Akira Mizumoto / A Tribute to Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch of the Beastie Boys
Another tribute to MCA:
Tribute to Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch of the Beastie Boys - Good Times Gone But You Missed Them Mix - Mixed, Edited & Mastered by MIZUMOTO akira in May 2012
Beastie Boys - Triple Trouble (Acapella Version) Beastie Boys - Gratitude (Live At Budokan) Beastie Boys - Gratitude Beastie Boys - Shadrach (Peanut Butter Wolf Remix) Beastie Boys - Dis Yourself In ‘89 (Just Do It) Beastie Boys - And What You Give Is What You Get Beastie Boys - Hey Ladies (Single Video Composite) Beastie Boys - Root Down Beastie Boys - Sure Shot Beastie Boys - The Skills To Pay The Bills Beastie Boys - Dub The Mic (Instrumental) Beastie Boys - Mark On The Bus Beastie Boys - Boomin’ Granny Beastie Boys - Your Sister’s Def Beastie Boys - So What’cha Want (All The Way Live Freestyle Version) Beastie Boys - Too Many Rappers (Rich Riddim Remix) Beastie Boys - Body Movin’ Beastie Boys - The Negotiation Limerick File (Handsome Boy Modeling School Makeover) Beastie Boys - Shazam! Beastie Boys - Make Some Noise (Passion Pit Remix) Beastie Boys - Twenty Questions (Vocal by Miho Hatori & M.C.A.)
Two remix albums of Beastie Boys material, by Max Tannone and DJ A-1
Above is an embedded Soundcloud set of ‘Doublecheck Your Head’, remixing the “Check Your Head” album with other Beastie Boys material:
A remix album featuring the Beastie Boys over tracks sampling their own instrumental tracks - all coming from their 1992 record “Check Your Head.” Download for free: www.doublecheckyourhead.com - Produced by Max Tannone
Another remix mixtape is “Beastie Boys Gold Blend" by DJ A-1 from 2006, which is a straight up smart party mix. Via DSFL:
Although it’s entitled a “mix” mostly it’s not. However it is a great collection of Beastie Boys blends by Japan’s DJ A-1. Even though it’s very hard to make The Beastie’s sound bad many of blends are fantastic and for digital deejays yes these are 320kbps blends so add them to your digital crates.
DJ A -1 | Beastie Boys Gold Blend Mix (2006) |144 MB|
Triple Trouble (Mixmaster Mike Shout) Ch-Check It Out No Sleep Till Brooklyn Sure Shot Root Down Grasshopper Unit Shake Your Rump Negotiation Limerick File Body Movin’ Hey Ladys That’s It That’s All Super Disco Breakin’ Pass the Mic Hey Fuck You Time To Built Sabotage So What You Want An Open Letter To NYC Oh Word? Stop That Train Intergalactic All Life Styles Right Right Now Now Hold It Now, Hit It Unite B-Boy In The Cut The Move Electrify Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun Just a Test Rhyme the Rhyme Well Alive My Dj Name
The mix, unfortunately, is not embeddable, but DSFL has a link to a download source here
40 minute mix of classic Beastie Boys tracks - RIP MCA
Afrika Bambaataa - Jazzy Sensation (Drums & vocals used for “Shake your rump”) ROOT DOWN (1994 Ill Communication # Capitol) REMOTE CONTROL (1998 Hello Nasty # Capitol) SABOTAGE (1994 Ill Communication # Capitol) THREE MC’S AND ONE DJ (1998 Hello Nasty # Capitol) Alphonse Mouzon - Funky Snakefoot (Drums used for “Shake your rump”) SHAKE YOUR RUMP (1989 Paul’s Boutique # Capitol) LIGHTEN UP ( 1996 The in sound fromway out! # Capitol) SHE’S ON IT (1995 Original Motion Picture Krush Groove) RIGHT RIGHT NOW NOW (2004 To the 5 Burroughs # Capitol) ALIVE (2000 Anthology: The Sounds of Science # Grand Royal) HEY FUCK YOU (2004 To the 5 Burroughs # Capitol) FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (1986 Licenced to ill # Def Jam Records) THE BIZ vs. THE NUGE (1992 Check your Head # Capitol) SLEEP TILL BROOKLYN (1986 Licenced to ill # Def Jam Records) SURE SHOT (1994 Ill Communication # Capitol) THE MOVE (1998 Hello Nasty # Capitol) BODY MOVIN’ (1998 Hello Nasty # Capitol) INTERGALACTIC (1998 Hello Nasty # Capitol) OH WORLD? (2004 To the 5 Burroughs # Capitol) GIRLS (1986 Licenced to ill # Def Jam Records)
DJ Cam - Innervisions (Flytronic Mix) Hoax- Abracadabra Blame- 360 Clic Peshay- On the Nile Adam F- Mother Earth Lamb- Merge Roni Size- Let’s Get it on EZ Rollers- Tough at the Top Peshay- Miles From Home Roni Size- Brown Paper Bag (Photek remix) Grooverider- Starbase 23 Peshay- Pacific Elementz of Noise- Astral Adam F- Colours
A stroll through the jazzier end of the DnB Spectrum.
I haven’t posted a mix in awhile, but this is perfect for a Sunday.
45 minute mix of electronic hip-hop / LA beats, featuring many familiar favourites of this blog:
earFOOD Recordings have their first release ‘Mstblove/All Around She’ [EAR001] hitting digital stores on May 21st and to celebrate we managed to talk Error Operator into putting together a 45 minute mix for us.
Error has opted for a much more LA Electronic/Hip-Hop/Beats scene sound for this mix including such artists as Nosaj Thing, Shlohmo, TOKiMONSTA and Lapalux.
The ARTIST MIX SERIES will be a regular occurrence for us here at earFOOD, each newly signed artist will put together a 45 minute mix that we will release upon the world in the run up to their release.
Shigeto - So So Lovely [Ghostly International] Flying Lotus - Camel (Nosaj Thing Remix) [Warp Records] Nosaj Thing - Us [Alpha Pup] Teebs - While You Doooo [Brainfeeder] Samiyam - Bricks [Brainfeeder] Free The Robots - La Lune [Stones Throw Records] TOKiMONSTA - Doing It My Way [Ramp Recordings] Odd Future - Oldie [Odd Future LLC] Lapalux - Time Spike Jamz (devonwho Remix) [Unreleased] Shlohmo - Rained The Whole Time (Nicolas Jaar Remix) [Friends Of Friends] Shlohmo - wen uuu (Teebs Remix) [Unreleased] TOKiMONSTA - Fallen Arches [Brainfeeder] Young Montana? - Cassetteplay//Reprise [Unreleased] Low Limit - Trapperkeeper [Numbers]
A mixtape of glitchtronichop (IDM | Glitch | Hip-Hop) by Isit Washable:
Chilled glitchy hiphop beats crazy programed beats and general noise compiled with love. Done off the cuff on a bored thursday evening rebirth of the glitch drops some of the finest sounds in its genre in a continuos 40 min mix by ISIT WASHABLE .You can catch the isit washable show on www.future-music.co.uk once a month friday 8-10 gmt where i play all genres of electronic music…
You can download it from it’s Soundcloud page here
Spring Oscillations - Guest Mix by Random For Data Garden
An interesting, eclectic mix of electronic (not dance) music old and new, ranging from retro-synth, Krautrock and chip, put together for datagarden, which is ’ … a journal, record label and arts catalyst encouraging the discovery of electronic music through history, science and community … ‘:
A guest mix by Random for Data Garden, celebrating spring, oscillations and amplification.
- TRACKLIST - 00:00 Eric Peters - Heystone Capers 2 00:28 Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo - Hepatitis 04:41 Teddy Lasry - Krazy Kat 07:09 Strategy - Phantom Powered 13:23 Ray & The Prisms - War Photographer 15:03 Zeus B. Held - The Fool on the Hill 18:37 Guy Skornik - L’Homme Au Bois Dormant 23:15 Michael Bundt - Who’s Eye Is The Sun? 27:40 Bernard Fevre - Cosmic Rays 29:51 Sand Circles - Infinity Pool 33:18 Implog - Holland Tunnel Dive 40:20 Valerio Cosi - Proud (to be Kraut)/A Burning OM: Reprise 47:28 Blanck Mass - Land Disasters 54:32 B. Spoerri - Age of Cannons 2
Mix number two - a great hour long hip-hop / beats mix:
A live mix of some ill ass beats by some of my favorite beatsmiths… I put on a monthly party of the same name and this is some typical music of what you might hear (among other woofer blowing tunes). This mix is a little rough around the edges but the tracks themselves are a little rough around the edges so it works enough. I’m happy with it for now… Just hit record and go, chose records on the fly… Maybe I’ll go back and clean it up but that would take a long time so… C’est la vie…
If you like any of the songs, look the artist up, there’s lots more where this came from… only scratchin’ the surface…
1. Shabazz Palaces – Are You… Can You… Were you? (Felt) 2. Oddisee - Brixton 3. Waajeed – Get Live! 4. Phat Kat - Don’t Nobody Care About Us (Instrumental) 5. Steinski – Hit the Disco (MC Enuff mix) 6. Rich Boy – Drop (Instrumental) 7. Diplo – Way More 8. Lukid – Hair of the Dog 9. Matty G – Last B-boy 10. Bumps – Swingland Hit 11. J. Rocc – Stay Fresh 12. King Honey – Trinity (Instrumental) 13. Mophono – Cut Form Crush Jam 14. J Dilla – Workinonit 15. Flying Lotus – Spicy Sammich 16. Onra feat. Hazel – Super Genesis 17. Monkey-Ken & DJ Seto - Taiyou Ga Arukagiri 18. Orchestra & Choir of Bulgarian Radio – Polegnala E Pschenitza (Scratches: DJ Krush) 19. Dr. Who Dat? (Jneiro Jarel) – Follow 20. Lukid – Ski Fly 21. Dabrye – Making it Pay 22. Prefuse 73 – Detchibe 23. Flying Lotus – Sangria Spin Cycles 24. Eliot Lipp – Baby Tank 25. Portishead – Machine Gun 26. Thundercat – For Love I Come 27. Dauerfisch – Album Credits (Crime of the Century LP)
Gilles Peterson Worldwide Vol.5 No.4 // Pray/Play for Japan Mix by Toshio Matsuura
First of two mixes for different tastes - here is an hour and a quarter mix of jazz put together to commemorate a year since 3/11:
A year on from the devastating tsunami that hit Japan, our good friend Toshio Matsuura shares this mix, following on from Gilles’ ‘Ganbare Nippon’ mix a year ago. Much love to all crew in Japan!
Pray/Play for Japan Mix by Toshio Matsuura 01. Pat Metheny / Sea Song (ECM) 02. Lonnie Liston Smith / Meditations (Flying Dutchman) 03. Tony Scott / African Bird (Soul Note) 04. Murakami ‘Ponta” Shuichi / Song for Nabi (Toshiba) 05. The Louis Hayes Group / Little Sunflower (Gryphon) 06. Dave Liebman / Your Lady (ECM) 07. quasimode / 1000 days for spirit (Inpartmaint) 08. Mikio Masuda / Prayer (East Wind) 09. McCoy Tyner / For Tomorrow (Impulse!) 10. Takeo Moriyama / Watarase (Denon)
Quakers are a 35-member hip-hop collective centered around three producers - Fuzzface (Geoff Barrow of Portishead), Katalyst (Ashley Anderson), and 7-Stu-7 (Stuart Matthews). Their album drops on Stones Throw on March 27.
This is the “Hip-Hop Quake Mix” by Katalyst, a 40-minute set featuring some of the work that has inspired the project. No track list has been provided.
I’m looking forward to hearing the album … you can find out more about it here
another set of the random diverse & beautiful hip hop soul based music that inspires blackdaylight
andreya triana - far closer [tokimonsta remix] dabrye & mf doom - air [fLako & robot koch remix] bullion - caroline no bullion - i just wasn’t made for these times prefuse 73 - it never entered prefuse 73 - why i love you little dragon - after the rain [floating points remix] prefuse 73 - pastel assassins [feat. claudio & alejendra deheza] clara hill - silent distance [i-cube remix] take & dutch massive - dream suite samiyam - catch me riding dirty muhsinah - how great sbtrkt - hold on sbtrk - wildfire mndsgn - beons b. lewis - love latency blackdaylight - clandestine
Mix of electronica, downtempo beats, experimental and possibly trip hop.
metaform - heaven can wait darby - good birds fly home tycho - human condition son of a bricklayer - bloom dirty elegance - tranquility blockhead - the music scene blue states - theme from within freeform - don’t put me in kelpe - after gold forest swords - hoylake mist spylab - the call joe beats - fade tokimonsta - moveon clint mansell - supermarket sweep pink skull - u.g.uo.aaaahhhhh takagi masakatsu - ketle 3 soma - stygian vistas (nonplace urban field remix) bluetech - prophetic sines the glitch mob - starve the ego, feed the soul
An eclectic mixtape featuring something for everyone, old and new, to bring us into Spring:
…A collection of tracks that we at solesides and the people at the solesides.com messageboards have been listening to over the last period. Some old music, some new music. Consider this mixtape a nice transition from winter to an inspiring spring 2012
01. Helene Smith - True Love Don’t Grow in the Trees
02. Adrian Younge - Two Hearts Combine
03. Meshell Ndegeocello - Dirty World
04. Alan Wilkis - Shadow (feat Lyrics Born and White Hinterland)
Originally part of the Stones Throw music podcast to commemorate the passing of Hip-Hop producer J Dilla, the label posted this on their SoundCloud profile to celebrate what would have been his 38th birthday.
There are now four parts put together by J Rocc available free from their store:
Stones Throw Podcast #17: Thank You Jay Dee, Act 2, Mixed by J. Rocc.
A year after the passing of J Dilla, J. Rocc continued his Thank You Jay Dee series, with this one. It was planned this as a three part series. It became four, mixed and released via Stones Throw Podcast over the course of three years.