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Thursday, April 29, 2010


Disco Scratch Radio Interview with yours truly.


These interviews I’m doing are revealing some fantastic information about the roots of the UK Hip Hop scene. Scenes14 started in 1982/1983 and it wasn’t long before he was jumping fences at 3 in the morning with a sack of paint on his back. Combined with a love of B Boying and all the elements, Scenes soaked up as much of the fledgling UK Hip Hop sphere as possible. To this day he’s still rocking a dope custom graf Jacket & box fresh Puma kicks with the Suspekt crew baseball cap.

We spoke about the early jams and some of the pivotal events in the UK through the years that Scenes has attended. Racking up some 28 years of living Hip Hop, this guy knows his onions, hope you enjoy the show and apology for slightly too loud mics causing some slight distortion, what can you do, we were gonna do it through headphoes to start with!!! Enjoy & big respect to Scenes14, peep his site, The Underground Strikes Back.

Tracks used during the show:

1.Disco Scratch Intro
2.DuckAlert – Diamond Dust (Instrumental)
3.Kurtis Blow – The Breaks (Instrumental)
4.Mr Magic – Potential (Instrumental)
5.Kool DJ AJ – Ah That’s The Joint (Instrumental)
6.Scenes Choice – Twilight 22 – Electric Kingdom
7.Hashim – Al Naayfish (The Soul)
8.Africa Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Play At Your Own Risk (Instrumental)
9.Africa Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock
10.Warp 9 – Nunk
11.Scenes Choice – Big Apple Productions – Genius At Work
12.Ice T – Tibetan Jam (Instrumental)
13.Wreckin Cru – Surgery (Instrumental)
14.Scenes Choice – Steady B – Fly Shante (Def Mix)
15.3rd Bass – Steppin To The AM (Instrumental)
16.Brand Nubian – Brand Nubiam (Instrumental)
17.Scenes Choice – Bushkilla – 92 Salute
18.Craig G – Shootin The Gift (Remix Dub)
19.EPMD – So Watcha Sayin (Dub)
20.Gang Starr – Manifest (Instrumental)
21.Scenes Choice – Blue Eyes – Soul Tip
22.PE – Bring The Noise (No Noise Instrumental)
23.ce T – Lethal Weapon (Instrumental)
24.Scenes Choice – EPMD – So Watcha Sayin’
25.Big L – Devil’s Son (Instrumental)
26.Stezo – To The Max (Dub)
27.Main Source – Think (Instrumental)
28.Scenes Choice – Def Tex – Run
29.Nas – It Ain’t Hard To Tell (Large Pro Remix Instrumental)
30.Gang Starr – Dwyck (Instrumental)
31.Craig Mack – Flava In Ya Ear (Remix Instrumental)
32.Scenes Choice – Hijack – I Had To Serve You

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Artifacts-Thats them

One of my fave head nod lps from the mid 90s. This is the follow up to the 1994 album Between a Rock and a Hard Place. That was a classic album and so this LP had a lot to live up to. But it succeeds by bringing that classic hip hop style while making the transition in to an era that was dominated by everything "gangsta". El Da Sensei and Tame One come from a true hip hop background as they are both graf artists originally and they manage to keep that element running throughout their music. I never really understood why this album got so overlooked when it was released, as it had all the things you need for a classic, including tight production from Shawn J and Lord Finesse, as well as El and Tame's lyrical skills. If you've heard the 1st album, this won't disappoint and if you've never heard the Artifacts before, this is an excellent place to start.



Monday, April 26, 2010



The Budos Band

The Budos Band are an "Instrumental Staten-Island Afro-Soul" outfit recording on the Daptone Records label. The band has eleven members (up to thirteen members at times) who play instrumental music that is self-described as "Afro-Soul," a term and sound which - in a recent interview - baritone saxophone player Jared Tankel elucidates as, being drawn from Ethiopian music the band had been listening to that had a soul undercurrent to it, which the band then "sprinkled a little bit of sweet 60's stuff on top" of.

Jazz, deep funk, Afro-beat, and soul influences can be heard in the Budos Band albums, both of which are Daptone Records releases recorded at the label's own studio, Daptone's House of Soul, in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Probably the best intrumental lps I have got my hands on since the Quantic Orchestra, these rule.
Heres a taster

01. Up From The South
02. T.I.B.W.F
03. Budos Theme
04. Ghost Walk
05. Monkey See, Monkey Do
06. Sing a Simple Song
07. Eastbound
08. Aynotchesh Yererfu
09. King Charles
10. The Volcano Song
11. Across The Atlantic


1. Chicago Falcon
2. Budos Rising
3. Ride Or Die
4. Mas O Menos
5. Adeniji
6. King Cobra
7. His Girl
8. Origin Of Man
9. Scorpion
10. Deep In The Sand


Sunday, April 4, 2010

The Graffiti Fonts Alphabet collection

The Graffiti Fonts Alphabet collection which lets in not only fonts only fund pictures, templates, software package, clip-art and more started in 1999. Since then the collection has adopted the best graffiti style fonts and Graffiti Fonts Alphabet from around the world. New fonts are added on a regular basis keeping on this the most comprehensive collecting of graffiti fonts alphabets on the web.
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