May 172011
 

Brown Bag AllStars & DJ Brace CD Release Show / Torae / DJ Evil Dee / DJ Ready Cee

Sat, May 21, 2011, 8:00pm Doors, 9:00pm Show – 92YTribeca Mainstage

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“The Brown Bag AllStars (BBAS) consist of The Audible Doctor, J57, Koncept, Soul Khan, DJ’s: E Holla, DeeJay Element & DJ Goo. BBAS met while working at the hiphop mecca, Fat Beats NY. Co-signed by DJ Premier, DJ Eclipse, Peter Rosenberg and many more, BBAS is the group to look out for in 2011.”
—HipHopGame.com

Brooklyn hip hop rising stars Brown Bag AllStars take the stage at 92YTribeca to celebrate a brand new double CD of unreleased material, Brown Bag Season, Vol. 1 which is dropping on the indie Canadian label owned by Juno Award-winning producer/DMC Champion DJ Brace.

The night will feature special guests throughout, including DJ Brace, a Canadian DMC Champion DJ that came in #8 in the World DMC DJ Championships. He also won a Juno Award last year for Instrumental Album of the Year.

Mar 252011
 


[Thursday March 31 - Southpaw // Brooklyn]
Doors at 8pm – $10 – 18+
**Bring a receipt of your purchase of the King Of Kings 7? from **UndergroundHipHop.com and get in free

WERD PLAY recording early, open to all MCs and Producers!
(To get familiar with the format and the series, head to our releases on http://actlivemusic.com/)
Starts promptly at 8pm.

::Line Up::
Kev Brown, Hassaan Mackey, Moses Rockwell, SMD, Harvey Who?, DJ Tim Tones, DJ Ready Cee, K.O.S. (Kids Of The Sypher)
::Beat Toss::
J57, J Monopoly, Kev Brown, Jah La Eer

Mar 242011
 

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Its been like three years since Prodigy got canned but he’s home now and back behind the Mobb Deep controls trying to get those gears turning one more time along with his homie, Havoc. Mobb Deep wasn’t on the best terms with some fans at the time The P got bagged because of whatever reason you want to pick. But we all keep that slim hope alive that we’ll get a core sound out of the crew on the next run. Whatever the outcome of the new album is we don’t have to worry ourselves about the outcome of this upcoming concert. You can rest assured that they will be meticulously paging through a well arranged timeline of the Mobb classics that made them who they are today. Ghostface & Raekwon along with many of thier Wu-Tang brothers will be the razor sharp darts they always are, both with new albums under their wings to accompany the mind bending list of classics to catalog through. Tickets are now on sale so make sure you grab yours immediately because this concert is guaranteed to sell out.
. . . And stay tuned for the brand new WLND Radio that will be dropping leading up to the show featuring the intergalactic promoter himself, Peter Oasis.

Aug 062010
 

This some some serious ad copy: “Six hours of contemporary history edited to the essence of human entertainment”.

The Wattstax lineup was stellar and I wish I could go back in time to be there.  Who can forget Rufus Thomas’s loud suit, Isaac Hayes rockin a chain shirt, and the Bar Kays putting in work on “Son of Shaft”.  I haven’t watched or listened to Wattstax in a long time, but I’m definitely due for a refresher viewing…even if it’s just to see the mega infield dancing that resembles the world’s biggest Soul Train line.  It’s not the absolute greatest shit of all time, but def worth your time if you’re not in the know.  Also, If you listen close to the record, you’re going to hear a few famous vocal samples.

For those of you on phones and garbage monitors, the album lineup is: Issac Hayes, The Staple Singers, Rufus Thomas, Albert King, Eddie Floyd, The Bar-Kays, Carla Thomas, & The Soul Children

Richard Pryor narrated trailer: