Archive for April, 2009

Exclusive Mix For Kissy Sell Out

Friday, April 24th, 2009

Kissy Sell Out
I did an exclusive mix for Kissy Sell Out’s show on BBC Radio 1 that aired last night. You can listen to the mix on the streaming player that’s up for the next week. Check it for the debut rinse of a big remix of the next Dre Skull single “I Want You” that will be dropping in late May.

Tracklist and stream from here.

Eatskeet Mondays At Temporary Spaces

Friday, April 17th, 2009

Post-Coachella party with Ninjasonik, Bangers & Cash and more…

Monday April 20th 2009

5100 Fountain Ave. (Fountain/Normandie)
Hollywood, CA


Vybz Kartel Skull Riddim Dub

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009

Vybz Kartel
Chart topping Jamaican dancehall deejay Vybz Kartel has turned in a dub on the Skull Riddim. Give it a listen on myspace…

Vybz Kartel Skull Riddim Dub

Grindin Charts

Sunday, April 12th, 2009


The Buraka Som Sistema remix of “Gone Too Far” has been picked for the number four spot on the Grindin April charts. Respect to all my Grindin bloggers and shouts to my man Oliver $ for taking the top spot. “Whatcha Gonna Do?” is BIG!

Grindin Top 15 (April)

1. Oliver $ – Whatcha Gonna Do?
2. Crazy Cousins – Bongo Jam (L-Vis 1990 & Bok Bok Refix)
3. Renaissance Man – Spraycan
4. Dre Skull feat. Sizzla – Gone Too Far (Buraka Som Sistema Remix)
5. Curses! – The Deep End (Holy Ghost! Dub)
6. Kingdom feat. Syvonne – Mindreader
7. Chelley – Took the Night
8. Acid Girls – Numbers Song (Jokers of the Scene Taking Acid To Make Music To Talk To Girls To Remix)
9. Juan Maclean – One Day (Surkin Remix)
10. L-VIS 1990 – United Groove
11. Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone
12. Toddla T & Herve – Shake It (Donaeo remix)
13. AC Slater – Rock It Out
14. La Roux – In For the Kill (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix)
15. Kode9 – Black Sun
What is Grindin?

Studio Session With 77Klash

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

77Klash in the studio
So I’ve been slowly getting some dubs and new songs on the Skull Riddim which should be going out to the world soon…

Last night 77Klash came through and voiced a proper new anthem. If you don’t know, Klash is a Brooklyn-based deejay and producer who’s staying way out ahead of the game.

Check his video for “Mad Again.”

More after the jump