Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Tone Loc & Peaches for Free

URB Magazine 150th Issue Release
Delicious Vinyl 20 Year Anniversary PARTY

featuring a Live appearance by TONE LOC & PEACHES
performing "Wild Thing" and other hits

DJ Sets by: Peaches + Evans & Eagles + Phillipians

FREE with RSVP!!!


Monday, October 29, 2007

Hey Youtube...FACE!

NBC and News Corp teamed up to stick it to youtube...itunes...well basically all those other video content providers. Ouch. All that Fox content. All that NBC content. All that click through money. Greedy bastards. But what do I care it's just a commercial right? Hulu.com here I come.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Ringtone: I Get Money b/w Top Billin'

I couldn't help it. I couldn't resist. My cousin had I Get Money as his ringtone. I had to cut it up and make one too...but check Audio Two's original.

Ringtone: 50 Cent - I Get Money
Ringtone: Audio Two - Top Billin'

Free samples from Girl Talk and others at Illegal Art

A free sampling of music over at Illegal Art gets you bits from DJs Steinski (Voice Mail), Realistic (Music In The Round), Girl Talk (Lets Run This), and Oh Astro (Hello Fuji Boy). The link won't last long.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

PREVIEW: The Pack's debut album "BASED BOYS"

The Pack, who created one of the most original and infectious songs of last year with "Vans," are set to take it one step further with their debut full length album BASED BOYS. The Pack defy classification by creating the genre that they call "based music". Their influence can be felt throughout the hip hop landscape - from kids in every hood embracing skate fashions, to Swizz Beat's own twist on their signature sound with his hit "Money In The Bank".

BASED BOYS is 17 tracks of body moving rhythms produced mostly by in house production whiz - Young L. The album also features production from Mr. Collipark (Ying Yang Twins, Bubba Sparxx), DJ Speedy (Young Jeezy) and Pit (Shop Boys - "Party Like A Rockstar"). The first single "In My Car" picks up right where "Vans" left off.

Catch them on tour with Gym Class Heroes this fall.


TRACK 1: Rumble (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 2: I Look Good (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 3: In My Car (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 4: My Girl Gotta Girl Too (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 5: Gimme Racks (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 6: The Milky Way The Milky Way (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 7: Rock N Roll Rock N Roll (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 8: In The Club In The Club (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 9: Club Stuntin Club Stuntin' (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 10: At The Club (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 11: Booty Bounce Bopper (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 12: Fly (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 13: Backseat (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 14: The Milky Way remix ft. Kaya [BONUS] (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 15: Candy [BONUS] (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 16: I'm Shinin' [BONUS] (WM, Streaming, 96k)
TRACK 17: Vans [BONUS] (WM, Streaming, 96k)

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Taco Tuesday: NYLON mag vs. Itself

I'll tell you now who will win this NY battle for taco/style supremacy. EVERYone.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Heartfood Presents: Sorta Pimp, Kinda Gangsta

Heartfood Presents is some type of gangster I think.

Tracklist: 16:28
40 Cal - The Big Boys
Robin Thicke - Lost Without You Cool Kids Remix
Lil Wayne - Crank Dat Weezy Wee
M.I.A. - Paper Planes
The Fixxers f/ Rich Boy - So Good
Twista f/ T-Pain - Creep Fast
40 Cal - Neva Neva f/ A-Mafia & Ru Spits
Outkast - So Fresh So Clean
Jay-Z f/ Kanye West - Girls, Girls, Girls (Kanye West Refix)

Download: Heartfood Presents: Sorta Pimp, Kinda Gangsta

Friday, October 12, 2007

530medialab vs The Social Trust

530medialab served up some deliciousness last night—and by deliciousness I mean an uber impressive presentation of fine photography coupled with an alcoholic's serving of free booze. I hope this thing happens on the regular. Photos

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Heartfood Presents: Doo Doo Brown

Heartfood has some type of deathwish. I keep seeing these 20 minute travel mixes shooting down the pipe like.. well...doo doo.

This one's got:
Black Mags - Cool Kids
I'm Mikey - Cool Kids
Crank Dat Juke Jams Remix - Soulja Boy/Benzi
Gettin Some - Dj Nehpets Juke remix
Nann Ghost on tape Juke Remix
Ass & Titties
Diggin Me - Crime Mob
Shake That - Bangers & Cash
B.O.O.T.A.Y. - Bangers & Cash
Throw That D f/ Ludacris & Luke - Trick Daddy
I Wanna Rock [Doo Doo Brown] - Luke

Download: Heartfood Presents: Doo Doo Brown

Rangtones: The Nonce, Xscape, DMX, Above the Law & M.I.A.

The requests went old school today. I'm fine with that.
Mix Tapes - The Nonce
Just Kickin It - Xscape
Ruff Ryders Anthem - DMX
Ruff Ryders Anthem Instrumental - DMX
Black Superman - Above The Law
Black Superman Instrumental - Above The Law

Two for the new.
Bamboo Banga1 - M.I.A.
Bamboo Banga2 - M.I.A.

Friday, October 05, 2007

Cheapshot's on Sundays

The homie Cheapy's got this bar, see...and on Sundays he got this thing called "Dudical", see. It's hot shit, see.

Cool Kids - "Black Mags" Video & Ringtone

I didn't even know about Cool Kids until I heard my son bumping it through their myspace. He's pretty good at finding good shit.

Download: "Black Mags" Ringtone

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Fader's Hidden Detour Parties

They said "hidden" not "secret". So here you go.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Ringtones: Paper Planes & Baby Love

Download: M.I.A. - Paper Planes Gunshots
Download: M.I.A. - Paper Planes Chorus
Download: Nicole Schershershingeraraziyadayada - Baby Love

Random Invite...

RiceboyTV Private Launch Party
Saturday Sept 29, 2007
The old Paladar Restaurant
1651 Wilcox, Hollywood, CA

Normally when this many hot girls walk around and chat you up you end up digging through your wallet for $20 in hopes that the next two minutes are some of the best minutes you've ever had in the past $100. But alas, the select invitees of this private party came a long way to help celebrate the launch of RiceboyTV.com. The seasoned Hollywood crowd slowly mingled with the bigwigs as the night went on and it seemed that the the open bar (thank you RiceboyTV!) provided the right amount of lube. DJs Myster-E, Vise Versa (of Deux Process) & Sureshot kept the L.A. cool factor within limits—by that I mean the pop-40 songs that mothers love were left out of the mix thus preventing anyone in a wedding-type suit feeling the need to "dance like nobody was watching". Although now, in retrospect I'd loved to have seen a slacks vs. jeans battle simply because nerd comedy was about the only thing missing from this fest.