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Saturday, 05 March 2016 02:45

O-ii-shi featuring DJ Revolution

DJ REVOLUTION of the world famous WAKE UP SHOW! The King of the Decks returns to O-ii-shi with all types of turntable trickery; a musical, magical party rocking set! Also on supports are local jazzy cats like...DJs RUDY JACKSON, FRENZIE, NAIKI, KAVI-RDANCEKOOL, THE BADDIES, DANCE CENTRALO-ii-shi, a Hip Hop jam was established in 1997. We're about Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Dancehall & all types of goodness! Smiles, styles and rare kicks for miles....ABOUT DJ REVOLUTION: As one of the most well known and respected DJs across the globe, DJ Revolution still holds down the two Technics on the longest…
Saturday, 13 February 2016 02:37

The Genius Of J Dilla

J Dilla a.k.a Jay Dee, born James D. Yancey, was one of the few artists whose records were bought on sight, played until digested and then discussed among fans and critics. He kept Hip Hop relevant long after many of its greatest heroes had creatively left it for dead. Well respected musicians such as Questlove, Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest, Common & Janet Jackson have worked with, and been influenced by J Dilla’s talents and he is often described as “your favourite producers favourite producer”. There are many talented beat makers and producers, but there will only be one…
Saturday, 06 February 2016 11:41

Catch A Groove

Friday, 05 February 2016 00:32

Guilty Simpson & Katalyst

  Guilty Simpson and Katalyst launch their new album "Detroit's Son" at Goodgod with support from Sampa The Great and DJ's Mike Who, Frenzie & Krystel Diola.Guilty Simpson may have worked with hip-hop production luminaries from as far afield as California, New York and the UK, but his roots are forever in his hometown of Detroit.It was fellow Detroit native J Dilla who gave Guilty his debut, on "Strapped" from Jaylib's Champion Sound (2003), and "As Serious as Your Life," a Four Tet remix. At Dilla's request, Guilty joined the Stones Throw fold, releasing his debut solo album Ode To…
It's been a minute, but the podcast is back with a brand new episode. Kicking off with a selection of bass heavy jams before we go deep into some Latin and Jazz joints. Things heat up as I turn up the tempos and get into a mix that goes back and forth between Disco, Boogie, and House bombs.
On the eve of his first Australian tour, I go through Big Daddy Kane's huge discography. Expect a lot of the classics back to back with the original sample sources.