I spun this on Saturday during the Underground Railroad show… now the video is out too, I figured it’d be cool to throw it up.
Saw this over at TSS, and had to repost it here, just to widen its audience (by three or four.)
The track is dope, but the video is even more spectacular. Why?
“Somebody please put this on Youtube.”
(Sidenote: look at all those WHITE people!)
Props to AlwaysHustle.
Moi, back in the Blazin’ studio with Stess, Vestax power supply issues resolved, and happily ignoring all requests for Plies and Lil Wayne for an hour and half or so. You know how things go on Sunday nights at 8pm. (Tracklist after the jump.)
DJ A to the L
Diggin’ In The Crates, live on Blazin’ 102.3 (04/19/09)
Lions in the den. Lions in the den. Lions in the den. A 3 hour, 2 part mix with a little bit of chat in between on some microphones that really need to be turned up. That is all. (Tracklist after the jump.)
DJ A to the L
The Underground Railroad, live on WVFS 89.7 (04/11/09) PART 1
…John Brown aka that guy from that White Rapper show aka that show where Serch finally rid himself of the little shreds of dignity and credibility he had left. The email was promoting his new mixtape ‘Suburban Empire’ which I will not be providing a link for.
The email also carried this interesting blurb…
Unfortunately my super-duper-mixer-fixer job on my power supply was a one-shot deal, which meant that the next day, Sunday, I held down Diggin’ In The Crates with E-Zone on Blazin’ 102.3 using the Rane Serato mixer instead of my trusty Vestax. Despite the minor handicap, I had a blast (as always) and ran a complete shitload of tracks. (Tracklist after the jump.)
Saturday, once again, meant an appearance on the wheels during V89’s Underground Railroad show. Everything went pretty much perfectly, considering that I walked a fine line between success and disaster due to Vestax’s shitty power supplies. One false move and my expertly-bent-back-on-itself-to-achieve-power rewiring technique would have came loose resulting in dead air. Unless I’m playing Common records, that’s usually never a good thing. (Tracklist after the jump.)