Sunday, 27 February 2011
After killing it at Droppin' Science with us back last June, were happy to welcome back First Word record's Producer/Dj extraordinaire KidKanevil.
Hailing from Tokyorkshire, DJ/Producer Kidkanevil first came to prominence with the release of his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Problems & Solutions’ back in 2007, and has since gone from strength to strength. His lively dj sets often span many genres, from hip hop to reggae to dubstep to old school jungle/dnb, with plenty of lazers thrown in for good measure!
Now three albums deep, his latest LP ‘Basho Basho’ was released earlier last year to great critical acclaim, & followed up by a remixed version featuring some of the most talented producers out there today.
Kidk is also an integral part of the group 'Stateless' who's critically acclaimed album has just dropped on Ninja Tune records!
Earlier this year he also dropped a free 7-track EP titled 'freebeeatsnbleeps' - we recommend you go download that now if you haven't already, get it at kidkanevil.bandcamp.com
“By far one of the UK’s most original producers.” – Hip Hop Connection
“5/5″ – DJ magazine
“Something truly memorable.” – URB
“Hip-hop genius.” – ATM
“A sonic visionary.” – iDJ
“Basho Basho deserves to put kidkanevil right up there with Flying Lotus.” – Knowledge Magazine
“Thunderous…a vivid display of dexterous beat construction and cultural experimentation. An incredible amount of character bubbles at the surface of evey track.” – okayplayer
“Sparse constellations of lethally-sharpened drum sounds flying around the listener act as a single structure of seemingly impossible strength.” – Wire Magazine
As always your Droppin’ Science heavyweight residents Matman, Nickname & Daredevil will also be on-hand to tear up the dance!
Don’t sleep on East London’s liveliest Hip Hop party, every first Saturday of the month @ Vibe Bar, 91-95 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
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Wednesday, 23 February 2011
The show is amazing & I'm proud to be a part of it, don't miss out! Book your tickets for the London show @ the Albany (2nd-4th March) here, or click here for shows at the Drum in Birmingham (March 11th-12th).
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
I made a quick video of me cutting up this 80s soul classic, as featured on my mixtape 'The Midas Touch' - grab the full mix here.
Monday, 14 February 2011
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01. The Midas Touch Ca$h Flow Intro
02. Cameo - Attack Me With Your Love
03. Five Star- Let Me Be The One
04. Lakeside - Your Love Is On The One
05. Lillo Thomas - Sexy Girl
06. Danté - Freak In Me
07. Fat Larry's Band - Act Like You Know
08. Club Nouveau - Why You Treat Me So Bad
09. One Way - Cutie Pie
10. Fatback - I Found Lovin'
11. Mac Band - Roses Are Red
12. Rene & Angela - I'll Be Good
13. Loose Ends - Gonna Make You Mine
14. Zapp & Roger - Heartbreaker
15. Mass Production - Come Get Some Of This
16. Dayton - Out Tonight (Frankie Rodriquez Nighty Club Mix)
17. Toshiki Kadomatsu - Step Into The Light
18. Cameo - Single Life
19. Midnight Star - Midas Touch
20. D-Train - Keep On
21. Unlimited Touch - Searching To Find The One
22. Aleem - Get Loose
23. Pebbles - Mercedes Boy
24. Loose Ends - Hangin' On A String
25. Cheryl Lynn - Encore
It's official! After hosting & mixing my podcast 'Fresh Cuts Radio' every month for close to 2 years, I've put the series on hold for the foreseeable future.
My reasons? well since last summer I've been putting out the monthly Droppin' Science Show with fellow Droppin' Science members Nickname & Daredevil. It seemed a bit silly curating enough good new hip hop releases for both shows, so now you can simply subscribe to the droppin' science show to hear the cream of the latest hip hop, check here for more info.
I've managed to clock over 4500 subscribers to the show since April '09, so it's been a good run, all the shows are archived for you to listen to or download on my podomatic page.
I now have more time on my hands to create mixtapes of more diverse genres, I have love for all good music & when I'm spinning in clubs I play a wide variety of styles, & want to reflect that in my output. I will now use my existing podcast to regularly drop the listeners a more varied selection of mixes of different genres & themes, which brings me neatly to my next post...
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Photos are now up from our last, particularly epic Droppin' Science party.
If you were there, then bigup yourself, if you weren't, then you missed what must have been our busiest most lively party yet, featuring a killer beats set from Paul White.
A couple of shots from the night are below, and you can check the whole set & tag yourselves on Facebook here.
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Me & Nickname hit the decks once again for our show recorded live on www.sensei.fm, bringing you close to 2 hours of fresh hip hop, breaks, lost classics, new beats & a dose of Dilla. Click the widget above to stream or check below for links to download or subscribe via itunes.
01. Freddie Joachim - Saturn
02. Pharoahe Monch feat. Showtyme & Dj Boogieblind - Clap
03. Talib Kweli - Gutter Rainbows
04. Sonnyjim & Sleaze - What Up Now
05. Bilal - The Dollar (Black Milk Remix)
06. Slaughterhouse - Sun Doobie
07. Kidz In The Hall - So Amzin'
08. Reks & DJ Premier - 25th Hour
09. Bishop Lamont ft. Nate Dogg & SonReal - I'm Faded
10. Jaylib - Louder (Blast Your Radio Theme)
11. Johnny Thunder - I'm Alive
12. Ghostface Killah Ft. Black Thought - In Tha Park
13. D.J. Quik ft. Gift Reynolds - Luv of My Life
14. Taku - Rap to People
15. Homeboy Sandman - 72 Bars for Chosenberg
16. Kyle Rapps - Hard Knock Children Feat. Joell Ortiz
17. Dumhi - The Knife Remix w/ Sean P, Burke the Jurke, Reef the Lost Cauze
18. Malcolm & Martin - Ka$h
19. Das Racist - Swate
20. Rah Digga - Solidified (rmx)
21. Andrea Triana - Tea Leaf Dancers (Eliphino Remix)
22. Halo - 2Ways (Not A Damn Thing)
23. Rewds Adams - Hurt
24. Consequence - Money Talk
25. Taku - Dime Piece
26. Blackrock - Yeah, Yeah
27. Black Milk - Deadly Medley (Clean) (feat. Royce Da 5'9 & Elzhi)
28. Churchill - Here We Are
29. Statik Selektah and Termanology - Thugathon 2010 Ft. M.O.P.
30. Camp Lo - Coolie high paradise remix
31. Phife Dog - If Men Are Dogs
32. De La Soul - The Bizness (Vinyl Reanimators Remix)
33. Big L - School Daze
34. Das EFX - Microphone Master (Sewa / 41 St. Side Remix) (ft. Mobb Deep)
35. Camp Lo ft. Jungle Brown - Luchini (Brinks Remix)
36. DJ Format feat. Sureshot - Dope Pusher
37. Little Indian - One Little Indian (Jaydee's Hit Remix)
38. Eastern Conference Allstars - Fuck Soundcheck
39. Que-D - Kilo
40. J Sands - From Da North to Da East
41. Jaydee - Pause
42. The Roots - Make Em NV
43. Guilty Simpson - What To Do (Oh No Remix)
44. J Dilla feat. Dwele- Dime Piece (Remix)
45. Slum Village - The Look Of Love (9th Wonder Remix)
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Recorded on SenseiFM 05.02.11, listen & watch us LIVE on the first Saturday of every month, 4pm-6pm
Monday, 7 February 2011
I randomly stumbled across this video, it seems to have very few hits but is a nice job, I love this track.
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Here’s a real dope documentary on the late Dilla by Brian “B.Kyle” Atkins, much of which was shot on the day of his funeral back in ’06. Still Shining features commentary from Ma Dukes Yancey and a whole string of Dilla friends, and collaborators on the man, his music and his legacy.
Here’s a breakdown of the various segments:
(2:55) – Work Ethic Starts In The Basement
(7:35) – What To Listen For in A Dilla Beat
(9:10) – J.Dilla’s Range As A Producer. The King of Reinvention
(12:16) – Going Beyond His Influences
(14:39) – The Dilla Approach To Production
(20:21) – Jay The Producer vs Jay The MC
(26:08) – The Personal Side of J.Dilla
(29:04) – A Soldier Unstoppable!
(32:05) – Venturing Out. (as explained by Phat Kat)
(33:59) – Heading Home… Job Well Done.
(34:48) – We Salute You.