Tons of goodies tonight. Enjoy, you crazy motherfuckers

1. Bart B More- Romane (Para One remix)

Brand new remix on Sound Pellegrino. Para One delivers a monster of a remix, as usual. He is releasing a few original songs under the name Jean-Baptiste de Laubier this year. Keep your ears open and your eyes peeled, 2010 will be a great year for him.

2. Rubix- Baiser sur la disco(Rubix refix)

This song has been getting heavy rotation from A-Trak, Teki Latex and other big djs. It's a somewhat catchy beat, with a dope groove.

3. Drop the Lime- Doomsday Device

Some blogs have called this the new summer anthem of the year, à la Pon de Floor or Riverside, but I'm not so sure. However, it is a monster of a tune, as we've come to expect from Luca, a.k.a Curses, a.k.a Drop the Lime. Trouble and Bass crew run all things bass culture in New York. It is described as a "post-apocalyptic death rave dance floor destroyer" on his myspace, which is as apt a description as you're gonna get. Not quite in the same vein as his other material, but you should definitely still check it out

4. Riva Starr- Black Mama (Bonus version)

Riva Starr once again appears on Avenge The Virgins. This is a bonus track on his album, and those horns get me every time. I cannot for the life of me remember where they are from, but something tells me its from an 80s ballad. Either way, an original and sexy take on this sample from the very versatile Riva Starr.

5. Mad Kids- La Danse des Maladroits

Local boys Mad Kids are extremely talented, maestros of tech house and weird tribal rhythms. I'm not sure how new this song is, but it has a very solid rhythm and groove. Their trademark sound is apparent in this song. These guys will be big in the next few years, mark my words.

a shitty post, I must admit. I am a few drinks deep, however. More quality tomorrow, I promise.


Back to Basics Pt. 1

Let's all hope that this concept will appear more often than the last one I did. I know most of you enjoy that good old hip hop, and I also know that not many of you actually have the good old hip hop.

X-Raided - Macaframalama
Macaframalama: someone who has mastered the art of communication, see also "to mac a bitch".

Memphis Bleek - I Get High
We sure do

Lupe Fiasco - Dumb It Down
Big hard bassline, I likey. Lupe talks about the industry's insistence on the same old themes.

Smiff 'N' Wessun - Bucktown (Remix)
Just woah! Some of us lucky mofos got to see them in show with Black Moon during a night of epicness. Let's all thank Cal once more for this!

Mobb Deep - Hell On Earth
Seriously what is there to say here, this duo from Queens are legends. If you don't have this song yet, be sure to add it to your collection.

And so ends the first Back to Basics. You can rest assured that when I can't find a decent idea for an electro post, I'll keep dropping this type of ish.



what now

Shit is happening right now at avengethevirgins, were having some legal problems and some domain name fuckups but hey well keep posting and hopefully the stupid domain name will be up again soon.
Today's post is on "Foreign Beggars" critically acclaimed British hip hop and Grime group based in London. The group consists of MCs Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis, DagNabbit and DJ Nonames. Im puttin' up the 3 songs from the Contact 12" EP featuring Noisia. You'll see, their beats hit hard. They're still Brits yaknow but i digg this EP.

1.Foreign Beggars - Shake It
2.Foreign Beggars - Contact
3. This remix rips the skin off your face, true story
Foreign Beggars - Contact (D&B remix)



on est mort?

Dustin Zahn- Stranger to Stability (Len Faki podium mix)

Punk's not dead, she's just gone to bed.