Archive for May, 2009

Beauty Bar Brooklyn Grand Opening

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Beauty Bar Brooklyn
I’m playing the grand opening of Beauty Bar’s newest location in Bushwick, Brooklyn this Friday, May 29th. RSVP at Green Shoelaces.

Sizzla T-Shirt Video Genre And Other Choice Bits

Friday, May 22nd, 2009


Just a few tidbits from around the web. The Sizzla T-Shirts are selling out..just a heads up, in case, you end up needing one for the conceptual Youtube genre that is taking shape. See above. Also, in recent DJ mix news, Laidback Luke dropped the Buraka Som Sistema remix of “Gone Too Far” in his mix for KISS FM last Saturday night. Funny thing is I spent last Saturday in the studio working on a remix of a certain upcoming Laidback Luke and Diplo track…hey! Catchdubs and Ayres did a joint promo mix “Just Kickin It…” for their upcoming Australian tour and Catchdubs snuck the Buraka remix in as well. Quality mix through and through. Grab it here and check the full tracklist at Catchdubs’ fine blog.

Also, I’m heading to New Orleans tonight for a ten year anniversary party for Katey Red’s “Melpomene Block Party” (her first album) and the line up is massive. Gonna be SERIOUS business. Posts to follow.

77Klash – Call Me

Monday, May 18th, 2009

77Klash
77Klash came through the studio last month to record on the Skull Riddim and the subsequent single “Call Me” is up for download at The Fader. Check for it…

77Klash – Call Me

Gone Too Far Review In IDJ Magazine

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

IDJ Magazine Gone Too Far Review
Nice review of the “Gone Too Far” release in IDJ Magazine.

Download: Dre Skull For Kissy Sell Out Mix

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Dre Skull Mix For Kissy Sell Out
The mix I did for Kissy Sell Out’s BBC Radio 1 show is now up for download on Discobelle. Grab it here and check the tracklist after the jump. (more…)

Skull Riddim Around The Web

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Skull Riddim Rhythm
(photo via)
The Fader has coverage of the recent Skull Riddim activity in Eddie Stats’ Ghetto Palms column – including a downloadable riddim blend of versions and dubs from Shifta, Crossovah, Lyrical, Natalie Storm and Vybz Kartel. Also, Stats’ turned in a great, live on two turntables mix for reggae blog Seen’s latest podcast. Be sure to grab that (and to check back every week).

Also, Skull Riddim has been showing up all over Youtube. Check a few of these blends.

I Want You

Monday, May 4th, 2009

Dre Skull I Want You Cover Art
New Dre Skull single dropping later this month…stay tuned.