Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Droppin' Science ft. Mr Thing this Saturday June 4th @ Vibe Bar

Droppin' Science back this June with another heavyweight line-up including extra special guest, and extended family member DJ MR THING.


...This man needs no introduction... he's guaranteed to completely smash it in a way that only he can with his profound ability to select the perfect party bangers.

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Thursday, 19 May 2011

This Friday - catch me spinning at Deathwish Disco @ 93 feet east, London

Calling all my London peeps! If you're around then come down to 93 Feet East (Brick Lane, Shoreditch) for a FREE night out this Friday! I'll be headlining the 2nd room around 11.30pm-1am - music policy is wide open so expect an eclectic party set.

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Thursday, 12 May 2011

Droppin’ Science Show May 2011

Posted by Matman

On this month's show I dropped a whole heap of ultra-fresh hip hop & beats for your listening pleasure! 2 whole hours of freshness, enjoy!

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Recorded on SenseiFM 07.05.11, listen & watch us LIVE on the first Saturday of every month, 4pm-6pm


01. Ta-ku – Great Start
02. Elzhi – Halftime
03. Jehst – Starting Over
04. J Rawls ft. Diamond D, Oh No, & Kev Brown – Best Producer On The Mic
05. Boaz – Do It For Ya
06. DJ JS-1 Feat. KRS-One & Rahzel – Boom Slap
07. Willie Evans Jr. – Forced Grin
08. Frank Nitt Featuring Problem – Go Girl
09. Fresh Daily – Good Dude feat. Cocoa Sarai
10. Edo G – Fastlane (prod. by DJ Premier)
11. MED & J-rocc – Superman
12. Mobb Deep – Must Go Hard
13. Ray West & A.G feat. Roc Marciano – Move Back
14. Stac – All Or Nothing (Kidkanevil Remix)
15. Camp Lo – Boogie Kids
16. Brother Ali & Jake One – What I Do to You
17. Sir Michael Rocks – Bring It Back
18. Beastie Boys – Make Some Noise
19. Duke Dumont – Hipgnosis
20. Jack Flash & Wizard – SteamRolling
21. Random Axe (Sean Price, Black Milk & Guilty Simpson) – The Hex
22. MED ft. Blu – This Is Your Life
23. Action Bronson – Consensual Rape
24. Termanology ft. Sean Price & Ghetto – Another_Level
25. Ta-ku – Nine To Five
26. Curren$y & Alchemist – Full Metal
27. Tabi Bonney x Ski Beatz
28. Elzhi – Detroit State Of Mind
29. Oddisee & Dunc DTMD – Different Now
30. OC – Who Run It(Damu The Fudgemunk RUFF REMIX)
31. The Boulevard Connection – Haagen Daz (Instrumental)
32. Clear Soul Forces – We Got You Open
33. Catch Lungs feat. eLZhi and Guilty Simpson – Hello Neighbors (Moving In)
34. Dr Syntax – FUCK YOU MAN!
35. Fresh Daily – Say Yes
36. Madlib & Frank Nitt ft. MED – What Can U Tell Me
37. Nesby Phips (feat. Curren$y & Stalley) – Magic
38. Kazi – Tha Unstoppable
39. Proof & J Dilla- The Fizzo
40. Jakk Frost & Tony Touch – HipHop Iz Bakk
41. Focus feat. Phonte – UH!
42. Raekwon – Butter Knives
43. MONO x MONKEY feat. Guilty Simpson – Got That (Bounce)
44. Young Montana? – Sacre Cool

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Monday, 9 May 2011

Prose (Steady & Efeks) - 'For The Love/ What's Love?' (Official Music Video HD)

Check out my peeps Prose aka Steady & Efeks in their new double a-side video 'For the love/What's Love' taken from the future classic album 'Force of Habit' - There's also a couple of tracks on there featuring myself on the cuts, check out 'More Than Before' below featuring Philadelphia's Killer Rellik & Side Effect, I'm pretty happy with how my all-scratched chorus turned out!

Double A side single'For the Love/What's Love' available on iTunes & bandcamp

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Produced by Steady for BBP/ Monomania Music

Graphics by BigTim for MDTD/ BBP

Video by Rob Bradley for Bradley Drawn Pictures

Boom Bap Professionals (BBPF03)


Thursday, 5 May 2011

Droppin' Science w/ Chris Read - This Saturday @ Vibe Bar, 8-3!

Droppin' Science is back this May 7th & this time we've been granted a late license, so we'll be rockin' with you til 3am! Expect a block party style mix of hip-hop, funk & disco breaks & a few surprises. This time around residents Matman, Nickname & Daredevil will be joined by our special guest dj Chris Read (Music of Substance/BBE), who returns after smashing it for us back in April last year.

Chris, a collector of hip hop, funk, soul boogie and related beats and jazz based music since the late eighties came to prominence as a club DJ through his involvement in Substance (one of the UK's largest and longest running hip hop and funk nights) and his 2 year spell as mix DJ on BBC Radio 1Xtra. In recent years his steady output of high profile mix albums has allowed Chris to DJ around the globe. However, it is Chris's broad musical taste and knowledge and ability to throw the unexpected into the mis that have sealed his reputation as a popular club DJ. A resident at london's popular clubnights Classic Material & So Much Soul, Chris has recently joined acclaimed record label BBE's roster as a compiler & mix DJ.

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'Everywhere + Nowhere' Film Review

It's not often you see a film in which the main character is a dj, one of my favourite hiphop-related movies Juice comes to mind, but that was way back in '92!

Everywhere & Nowhere is a new british film from 'Kidulthood' director Menhaj Huda starring relative newcomer James Floyd. Before shooting the movie James did his research by hanging out with myself & the Droppin' Science crew, joining us on our podcast, taking notes at our night at vibe bar & getting a few dj lessons at our homes. We attended the premier this week & can report that he did a great job in the lead role, as did the rest of the excellent cast!

The verdict? an entertaining film with a dope soundtrack that deals with the pressures of a young British-Asian torn between his family traditions, his friends and his love for djing - we recommend you go check it out asap, it opens in cinemas this friday, check www.everywhereandnowheremovie.com to watch the trailer.