Tuesday, 23 October 2007

Horrors



Come join me have some halloween fun.

Saturday, 20 October 2007

Everybody loves an 808


DJ Rideon from the excellent Rio Baile Funk blog has just dropped a nice new mixtape with some exclusive new baile funk tunes and an accoustic folk cover of Straight Outta Compton.


Download Ghetto 808 vol.3

Tracklist:

DJ Rideon & MC Duda do Borel vs Gnarls Barkley: Crazy rmx
Edu K: Gatas Gatas Gatas (Scottie B Baltimore Club Remix)(DJ Rideon Edit)
MIA: Jimmy (DJ Rideon Remix)
Rayvon: We Love To Party (DJ Anonymous Blend)
Ciara: Like a Boy (DJ Phinesse Club Remix)
DJ Pushups & Sir Nenis: U Don Kno Meh
Herman Prime: Take Me Out
DJ Anonymous: Name Brand Party Break
DJ Mentalcut: Gasolina Haterz
Makossa & Megablast feat. Gaiola Das Popozudas: Late Que Eu Tô Passando
Top Billin / Good As Gold: Shake My Ass
Sinden & Count Of Monte Cristal feat MC Thiaguinho: Tamborzuda
James Braun: James Brown is Dead
Pipo’s DJs: Hot feeling
DJ Phabyo: Despaired
Herman Prime: Fyah!
Top Billin / Good As Gold: Money For Nothing
DJ Junk: That’s Fresh
Top Billin / Good As Gold: Dancefloor
Pipo’s DJs: Dance With Me
Os Hawaianos: Vai Que Vai
Sany Pitbull vs Red Hot Chili Peppers: Other Side
Nina Gordon: Straight Outta Compton

The House Of Stone


Estevao Silva da Conceicao has spent 20 years making his own incredible Gaudiesque house, The Casa De Pedra, in a favela in Sao Paulo.


Not many people can say this:

"When I arrived in the Parc Guell, it's then that I thought that the work was very similar to my house. And I thought, wow, how could I have built something so like his work without ever seeing it."

Pictures

Thursday, 18 October 2007

Northern Style




Some Bassline pressure for you from oop nirth. I love the evolution of UK B-line music since Jungle>Speed Garage>2 Step> Grime> And now Bassline 4x4 sickness.

The awesome TS7 Productions has a great EP out now called Summer Payback. Git it hurr

This cut was from his last killer EP called Suntan. He's got some titles.

TS7 - Bradford

and 1xtra's DJ Q comes in with some cold badman riddim.

DJ Q - Shottas

Tuesday, 16 October 2007

Oh Thats Nice



I've just returned from a short trip to NYC. Thats a fun town.

On TV I saw a commercial for the Samsung Juke phone. It features a lame juke 'style' song thats a bit like a crap version of Watch My Feet and some guy doing an ipod dance. I found it mildy depressing.

Luckily later that day I picked up this cracking new cd packed full of fresh unmixed juke licks. So sweet. Just another incredible Benzi mix.

I see you DJ Benzi

Buy it here




Souljah Boy- Crank Dat (Juke Jams Remix)

Also I picked up the incredible new record by South Rakkas Crew which I sincerely urge you to buy here. Get some at Mad Decent.

Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Vote Now



Take a second to vote for what music you want more of here at Ghetto Bassquake >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Tuesday, 9 October 2007

El Booty


Tito El Bambino returns with a nice flow over a Pharrell production.

Tito El Bambino ft. Pharrell - El Booty

Monday, 8 October 2007

Mento Is Not Calypso


I've just been getting into Mento music. Its generally brilliant from what i've heard by Dr.Auratheft. Lyrically it is hilarious and bizarre. Calypso comes from Trinidad but Mento is more like the bridge between Jamaican Folk and Rocksteady which became Reggae. But for some reason the bands still called themselves Calypsonians. The more I've listened to this stuff, the funnier it gets. I'm not kidding, it really sticks in your head.

Lots of the tunes are still used in dancehall like the much rinsed Bam Bam and Galang Gal by T.O.K; which you can hear cunningly spliced with Lord Composer's Mandeville Road on Wayne & Wax's Blogariddims mix.

Mento Madness has just been reissued and features loads of bangers all produced by a very talented bloke called Stanley Motta.

Lord Messan & His Calypsonians - Linstead Market

Mento is highly recommended listening if you've had a few drinks. Or even better here.

La Historia



I like to think Che and Sandino inspired some pretty badass revolutionary music like Kortatu here rocking the hell out of Managua.



Who I think were pretty inspired by The Clash and their Sandinista! album.



Who also went on to make sick musically revolutionary Hip Hop joints with Futura 2000.




So thanks to Che and Sandino for indirectly giving us Hip Hop, Graffiti and Punk! Well..sort of.

Kortatu - Nicaragua Sandinista
The Clash - Washington Bullets
Futura 2000 ft. The Clash - The Escapades Of Futura 2000 Dub