Obviously I’m going to post stuff from him and his side projects all week. To start things off, I present to you the music video for one of my fav songs “Moustache Love” Here’s what NICKY DIGITAL has to say about it.
The upper lips in RCMP‘s new video have us in a tizzy!
The track itself is some solid disco with a few funky curve balls thrown in there to spice it up.
The Philly based group will be releasing their self-titled debut EP, which includes, ”Mustache Love,” digitally on the newly formed Young Robots Records on March 9th, 2010.
Now, if that’s Whitney fightin’ the bad guys i think RCMP just gave her crack ‘stache a whole new meaning….
Without further ado, here is the video
Also don’t forget to RSVP for BOMP so that you can get in for less.
BOMP amazes us again. What a night. Thanks to everyone for coming out. I think my favorite part was that awkward interlude between DJ sets that transformed into an awesome 15 minute clap along freak out to blues/oldies/original party jams. Gets me thinking of setting up a night like that…I actually thought that’s what Transmission was.
I end up making a lot of edits and transitions to use in my DJ sets. I don’t really give many of them out and I don’t have a good reason for that. I have been using this one for a little while now and people have been asking about it so I thought I would go ahead and give it to you.
This first one is a transition track, meaning that it goes from one tempo to another. This one goes from 100-115.
And this one is just a straight track that stays at 110 the entire time
We’ve been given a tasty new edit by London’s ZNTN Who is turning into the man of the moment. His tracks have been everywhere including the always awesome Beats In Space. He also has an upcoming release on Astrolab (with an awesome Shit Robot remix). You all should def. keep on eye on him and keep checking his myspace because he does a really good job of putting up his new stuff.
There must be a hundred records with voice-overs asking, “What is house?” The answer is always some greeting card bullshit about “life, love, happiness….” … House is not universal. House is hyper-specific … The contexts from which the deep house sound emerged are forgotten: sexual and gender crises, transgendered sex work, black market hormones, drug and alcohol addiction, loneliness, racism, HIV, ACT-UP, Tompkins Square Park, police brutality, queer-bashing, underpayment, unemployment and censorship—all at 120 beats per minute.
DJ Sprinkle’s Midtown 120 Blues put out on Mule Musiq explores the deepest of the deep house. As the intro (excerpt above) implies, it’s kind of one of those fundemental, pallette cleansing releases. But I like it because I like bass and black women.