Category Archives: Rants

DJ J. Rocc on Crate Diggers

Check out this video from Fuse‘s youtube channel, called “Crate Diggers,” featuring  DJ J. Rocc of the World Famous Beat Junkies.  Dude got mad vinyl.  Dope ish right here.

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Happy MLK Day

Today we celebrate the life of a man who has fought hard and died to change the lives of a generation during his time and after.  Let’s not taint his mission with today’s prejudice and bigotry.  Today, we honor you.  Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with love.

 

Low Leaf

Just heard about Low Leaf viewing KnockSteady‘s youtube channel.  Take a listen to her album and support:

For more info, click on the following links below:

http://lowleaf.tumblr.com/

http://lowleaf.bandcamp.com/

Nike Mag Shoes

I can’t believe Nike just dropped these shoes for 2011.  It’s a replica of the Nike shoes Marty McFly wore in Back To The Future II.  These mags will be sold exclusively on ebay and all proceeds will go to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure to end Parkinson’s disease.  So if you love the movie and the shoes, try to see if you can bid on these expensive shoes.

More commercials below:

More info below:

http://www.nike.com/nikeos/p/nike/en_US/?&ref=

http://www.michaeljfox.org/

http://nikemag.ebay.com/shoes

Beat Swap Meet 09/11/2011

(taken from http://beatswapmeet.com/)

I know it’s the 10th Anniversary of 09/11, but going down in downtown LA:

BEAT SWAP MEET #15
Downtown Los Angeles

12pm – 6pm
Sept 11, 2011
Entrance is Free w/ Canned Good, a billion dollars w/out.

Grandstar Jazz Club
943 N. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Every Beat Swap Meet,
we host our Producer Invite exclusively up-stairs.

Don’t miss out.  For more info:  http://beatswapmeet.com/

 

DJ Danny Diggz is “Rolling In The Deep”

Caught this blend of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” a cappella set on top of Afrojack’s instrumental of “Take Over Control.”  One word, swag.

Info on Danny Diggz:  http://soundcloud.com/dannydiggz

Art In The Street – M.O.C.A

(photo taken by me)

(image of ‘risk’ taken by me)

Going down in Downtown Los Angeles – LIttle Tokyo area – the Museum of Contemporary Art will be exhibiting well-known graffiti art work from the 1970’s to the present from notorious cities of New York City to Los Angeles.  Be sure to check it out from now, until the 8th of August.  LA is the first to feature such an exhibit (YES!  We beat out NYC first!).

More info:  http://www.moca.org/museum/exhibitiondetail.php?&id=443