Tuesday, November 17, 2009

dwreck - diddle daddle

a short little mix of hip hop instrumentals plus surprises

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


Check out the musica de casa bueno at www.milesmaedamixes.com.

Miles is legendary for his deep, weird, house music sounds from Chicago and beyond the galaxy. I've put up some mixes by him in the past and still rave about his Floating at 7am mix from the mid 1990s. I used to hear him live all the time when I lived in Chicago, and a few years ago I had the pleasure of learning yoga when he instructed a group of us at a Fitworks prior to his DJ gig at the now defunct Wish Nightclub in downtown Cleveland. He is a class act through and through!

Friday, May 08, 2009

flying high: sora sol

An interview with Heather Iriye by Derek Carney

When Heather 'Sora Sol' Iriye told her friends and family that she was running away to join the circus, they probably thought she was simply clowning around.

Iriye, 25, recently returned to Cleveland from a season-long, 26-city tour throughout the United Kingdom with Festival Circus. She was also fortunate enough to be cast in the Zippos Circus show, where Iriye's principle feats include acrobatic maneuvers on large draperies of silk, the duo trapeze, and the web rope.

It was two years ago in December when Iriye was sitting at her office job desk contemplating the negative affects of working her nine to five job. “This surely wasn't what I was supposed to be doing with the rest of my life,” said Iriye. “So I went online and typed in ‘circus school’ into Google. The rest is history.”

After submitting an inquiry to the circus school, she received her application. She filled out the form and sent it back. After news arrived of her acceptance, she took a plane to New York City for an audition. “Being an international school, there were applications coming in from all over the world. 15 of us were selected for the program,” said Iriye.

There are no training wheels at circus school. The students begin performing in a professional circus starting on the first day. They train from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. on days when the circus isn’t either moving from one city to another or setting up and pulling down the tent. Iriye and some of her classmates chose to practice their routines until midnight or later. “We would perform anywhere from 10 to 15 shows per weekend. It was intense. I received training in everything from hand-balancing to vaulting to aerial arts of all kinds to [working with] hula hoops,” said Iriye.

Iriye met plenty of interesting and unique people from all over the world while learning the circus arts. Two of Iriye’s instructors, Zorig and Zaya, are from Mongolia. Zorig worked with the males on their aerials and hand-balancing, while Zaya taught mostly contortion, but jumped in on hand-balancing occasionally.

“There was a lovely British woman, Steph, who taught me hula hoops while I kicked and screamed all the way. She also instructed me in silks,” said Iriye. “We had a dance teacher who was the picturesque 1940s pin-up girl and as bubbly as they come.”

She and her roommate collaborated on a duo trapeze act, eventually becoming the "Zimbi Sisters." Another close friend was Carola, a gorgeous Deaf Norwegian contortionist. “Some people just make you sick because they're so amazing,” said Iriya. “She's one of those people and I have so much love for her. There was also an angry Canadian juggler, two clown Scottsmen who drank much and were infectious in their laughter, and a flamboyant glittery male British aerialist.”

Iriye said she had a love-hate relationship with England. She disliked the constant absence of sunshine and the rain that seemed to never stop, but she loved the people and their accents. Iriye said, “I was horridly introduced to haggis and black pudding.”

Iriye was introduced to professional dancing after relocating from Arizona to Cleveland in 2005 for an internship with the United Church of Christ. A quarter-way through the internship, she decided to abandon organized religion completely to pursue her own spiritual quest.

It was during that transitional period that Iriye discovered the Sub-atomic Frequency Modulation Overdose Performance Ensemble: a collective of traditional, modern, and break-dancers, aerialists, stilt-walkers, graffiti artists, visual artists, and musicians. The ensemble performed at Ingenuity Festival, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Cleveland Public Theater among others. SAFMOD is currently on hiatus following the tragic loss of dancer and creative director Zoe Shultz to cancer in 2006.

“First and foremost, Zoe taught me worlds on what it means to love unconditionally. The way she related to me and to those around her often brought me to tears of gratitude for her friendship,” said Iriye. “Performing with SAMFOD was an invaluable experience for me. It opened my eyes to making art as a collective and creating outside of the box. It made me grow on so many levels: spiritually, physically, professionally.”

When asked which discipline she prefers- aerial work or dance, Heather said, “When I'm in the air, I feel graceful and untouchable. That being said, I will always be a dancer at heart.” She added, “Optimally, I would like to make a positive impact on humanity using performing arts, mainly circus, as a means of widely spreading peace, love, and respect. Beyond that, the sky's the limit.”

Sora Sol promotional and performance videos:

SAFMOD: http://www.safmod.org/

Saturday, April 18, 2009

a twist in the fabric of space

quote for today

"Mathematics is a language of precision; it keeps undefined terms at a minimum; it makes common agreement about the meaning of certain terms (definitions) and the rules of its system (axioms). The discipline strives for both simplicity and for a well-defined domain where the rules operate without contradiction or ambiguity." - J. Allen Howard

Thursday, April 16, 2009

quote of the day

"Music makes time audible, and its form and continuity sensible."
- Susanne K. Langer

loop assassins - just visiting [2006] (2009 re-visit)

This is a live 95% vinyl mix. I played records for the first 20 or so minutes, then Boompsie spun the next 20 or so minutes, and then what follows is both of us playing simultaneously on four turntables plus a cd player all running through multiple effects processors of which we modified their parameters in real-time. I recently re-edited a new ending by adding a recording of Boompsie telling a story and then I mixed in a Loop Assassins demo track that I recently created from bits and pieces of loops and sounds that Sherry and I came up with while experimenting with some analog gear the last time we worked on music together before she moved to Wisconsin.


Tuesday, April 14, 2009

sub:merged | euclid tavern | 4.18.09

Stenchman (U.K.)






18+ to enter
21+ to drink

The Euclid Tavern
11625 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106


billy collins' introduction to poetry

Introduction to Poetry by Billy Collins

I ask them to take a poem
and hold it up to the light
like a color slide

or press an ear against its hive.

I say drop a mouse into a poem
and watch him probe his way out,

or walk inside the poem's room
and feel the walls for a light switch.

I want them to waterski
across the surface of a poem
waving at the author's name on the shore.

But all they want to do
is tie the poem to a chair with rope
and torture a confession out of it.

They begin beating it with a hose
to find out what it really means.

Monday, April 13, 2009

karl almaria | chicagohousefm | tonight!

Karl Almaria is DJing on Frankie J's Flapjack Radio Show tonight. Show starts at 10pm EST/9pm CST: www.chicagohousefm.com

Saturday, April 04, 2009

twitter and haikus

So I obviously joined the Twitter after reading a Rolling Stone article about some famous musicians who Twitter, and specifically found Yoko Ono's tweet inspiring:

“Every single person is incredible. Like an oasis. You can either irrigate the oasis or get very bad water, it’s just up to you.”


“I think it's better to dance than to march through life.”

Vinnie G.'s twitters were the first friend tweets that I read and they were in haiku form. Add to that the fact that Dionne has been writing haiku movie reviews on her blog... so being not-so-original, I decided to try my hand at the haiku form and thus I have found a channel for these through my Twitter account. Enjoy.

Now I am connecting with haiku afficianados and writers on Twitter. Found this one tonight and it is amazing:

A giant firefly:
that way, this way, that way, this
and it passes by.

- Kobayashi Issa

Monday, March 23, 2009

dwreck - dammit!

Putting this one back up for a limited time. This is a digital mix I did with Sony's Acid, piecing tracks together and making my own mash-ups and my own dub versions of songs. This one ranges from house to fidget house to techno to jackin' house and a tiny bit o' disco (and I threw in a Lauryn Hill mash-up that I did) to deep techy minimal-ish house to some breaks at the end.

70+ downloads so far. Thanks for listening!

barry fell - decades

70's disco and soul grooves mixed skillfully by the UK's Barry Fell.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

lars klein - february 2009 mix

The best of techno from the Swedish dj/producer Lars Klein.

Friday, March 20, 2009

learn ableton live | the room | sat 3.21.09

Learn the basics of the Ableton Live software FREE
The Room is now Wi-Fi so feel free to bring your laptops
Check out our thread at

The Closing Room
13813 Lorain Ave.
Cleveland, 44111


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

barry fell - swan soul beatdown

Thanks to Andre and Leidra for playing this in the car on the way to our hiking trip at Whipp's Ledges and the Icebox Cave. This mix shows a mastery of slowed down Detroit soul and house grooves layered and looped to create funky textures and moods perfect for driving a car or cutting a rug. It's official: Barry Fell has out-Moodyman-ed Mr. Kenny Dixon, Jr., in my opinion. The only other DJ that I know of that can mix house so sublimely at such a slowed down tempo is Miles Maeda when he's in one of his "Hovering at 7 a.m." moods. Brilliant.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

chelsea handler | state theatre | 4.18.09

The star of E's hilarious late night talk show "Chelsea Lately," Chelsea Handler has become one of America's funniest comedians thanks to her total inability to censor her twisted thoughts.

Sat, 04/18/09
8:00 p.m.
State Theatre - Playhouse Square
Cleveland, OH


neo chess a-go-go 2009 tournament

Northeast Ohio Chess Tournament

  • in four sections:
    K-5, 6-9, 10-12, Adult
  • 10 minute games
  • trophies for winners in each section
  • free entry
  • pre-registration required by calling by March 30, 2009
  • must bring your own chess sets and clocks
  • Saturday, April 4, 2009 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Cuyahoga County Public Library, Brecksville Branch
  • 9089 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville, OH 44141
  • (440) 526-1102 for sign-up
  • contact Jeffrey Buchman at brecksvilliechess@aol.com or
  • call (440) 717-9388 for info

evil dead: the musical | beck ctr | 5.08 - 6.14

"A bloody good time." - Entertainment Weekly

Survive the splatter zone as Sam Raimi's cult classic 1980's films come to life in this hilarious campy show combining college students, demons, and show tunes.

Coming to the Beck Center in May.

216.521.2540 ext. 10

Free parking.

Just minutes from downtown Cleveland.

The Beck Center for the Arts
17801 Detroit Avenue
Lakewood, Ohio
(216) 521-2540

The Beck Center for the Arts is a non-profit, performing arts and arts education organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life for Northeastern Ohioans. We combine professional theatrical productions with comprehensive curriculum-based arts education in Creative Arts Therapies, dance, music, theater, and visual arts, serving over 100,000 annually in Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, and Summit Counties.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

"...and highly recommended"

dj jedi - blowout breaks

A mixtape of the sample source material used by Digable Planets on their first two albums.


01. Hamilton Bohannon - Thoughts & Wishes
02. Lonnie Liston Smith - Devika (Goddess)
03. Kool & The Gang - Summer Madness
04. The Ohio Players - Funky Worm
05. Eddie Harris - Superfluous
06. The Crusaders - Mystique Blues
07. Herbie Hancock - Watermelon Man
08. The Last Poets - Black Is - Chant
09. The Crusaders - Lilies of the Nile
10. Bobbi Humphrey - Blacks and Blues
11. Herbie Mann - Push Push
12. Edwin Starr - Easin' In
13. Curtis Mayfield - Give Me Your Love (Love Song)
14. Tavares - Bad Times
15. Eddie Harris - Get On Up And Dance
16. KC & The Sunshine Band - Ain't Nothin' Wrong
17. The Crusaders - Listen And You'll See
18. Roy Ayers - We Live In Brooklyn, Baby
19. Digable Planets - May 4th Movement Intro
20. Motherlode - Soft Shell
21. The Meters - Here Comes the Meter Man
22. The Headhunters - God Made Me Funky
23. Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s - Blow Your Head
24. James Brown - Soul Pride (pt. 2)
25. Roy Ayers - Ebony Blaze
26. Shuggie Otis - Island Letter
27. Skull Snaps - It's A New Day
28. Bob James - Blue Lick
29. Bobbi Humphrey - Jasper Country Man
30. Herbie Hancock - Rain Dance
31. Sonny Rollins - Mambo Bounce
32. Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers - Stretchin'

Friday, February 20, 2009

notacon 6 | wyndam hotel | 4.16.09 - 4.19.09

The Wyndam Hotel in downtown Cleveland will host Notacon 6, the sixth annual computer “hacker” convention exploring technology and modern philosophy that runs from Thursday, April 16 through Sunday, April 19, 2009.

Paul Schneider, one of the co-creators and organizers of the convention, said in an email, “I think there are a couple good reasons students should attend Notacon. The first involves the central tenet of the event itself, that of discovery.” Schneider continued that the event, “is a great opportunity to network with new people with diverse backgrounds from our own city and from around the world.”

This year’s Notacon, one of the few remaining “hacker” conventions held in the Midwest, offers more than 40 presentations, contests, games, and giveaways throughout the weekend. The goal of the convention is not only to educate and enlighten attendees, but also to entertain them.

Schneider said in an email, “It's about us as a whole, not about one person lecturing and 200 listening. It's about everyone having conversations about the things that they are passionate about and wanting to share that passion with others.” Past presentations have included "DIY Green Energy," "Notageek: Technology and Everyone Else," "8 Dirty Secrets of the Security Industry," "The Great Failure of Wikipedia,” and "Your Moment of Audio Zen: A History of Podcasts."

What sets this convention apart from similar events is the addition of creative content that applies technology to graphics, art, and music, and the emphasis on social interaction. “A lot of people might think, ‘That really doesn't sound like it's for me,’ and I think they ought to check it out before discounting it so fast,” Schneider added.

Notacon offers two tiers of prepaid registration as well as a discounted prepaid rate for groups. The cost is $75 for basic registration while the $125 premier package includes a swag bag and a personalized badge. The price for tickets at the door increases to $100 each. During the evening of Thursday, April 16, 2009 a free preview event will be open to the public. For more information, visit http://www.notacon.org/

Monday, February 16, 2009

natural (noah d) | xippo [chi] | tuesday 2.16.09

Noah D. is one of the special guests this week on the live broadcast at housegasm.com Tuesday, February 17, 2009 sometime between 7:30 p.m. - 2:30 a.m. (between 8:30 p.m. - 3:30 a.m. EST because of the whole time zone thing)

or, if you're in wild 'n windy Chitown, check it out in person:

Xippo Tuesdays presents NATURAL:

MR P (South of Roosevelt)

3759 N. Damen (cross street is Grace)
7:30 p.m. – 2 a.m.

en 'til ~10 p.m.
$3 Coron
as & $5 quesadillas

Sunday, February 15, 2009

how to blog a hyperlink poem

how to and how to not write a poem
lawn jarts! I used to throw 'em
bonzai trees and how to grow 'em
your rights: you should know 'em
your own pajama pants: how to sew 'em

how to edit videos for free
home alarm should shout 'sooey?'
how to make nigiri sushi
I used to love to watch me some Hong Kong Phooey
but what the hell is blue tea?
you ever wonder what the blind see?

learn how to read people's minds
and what to do with orange rinds
what's in the New York Times headlines?
how can I make wind chimes?
where to look up rhymes
how many kinds of venetian blinds can you find?

how to impossible
who can fix my bicycle?
what is impassible?
who the heck's the Icicle?
learn about classical
wait, Usher sings "Nice & Slow?"
I think it's mean to midget throw
and I didn't like that movie "Blow"
but I really LOL @ Sarah Silverman's show

how can you spot periwinkle from navy blue or teal?
is the Lock Ness Monster real?
when they're walkin' into church, why do people kneel?
what happens if you steal?
you kept together by love like Captain & Tennille?
who ya think covers it better: Lauryn Hill or Seal?
yeah, right! this is how to get a record deal?
can Janice Dickinson's face show an even keel?

how to make it in Hollywood
are bees attracted to mistletoes?
directions to Dollywood
how you can make Christmas bows
I wanna be more like that little engine that could
in Brooklyn I heard a tree grows
probably chop it down for wood
above the now Ground Zero
on a wire he once stood.

when the funky beats drop
Brobee dances on his tippy toes
what you search, Google knows

how to fight a bear
ADD's black box scare
you up for truth or dare?
"is there anybody out there?"
how to curl short hair
does anyone still dress like Sonny & Cher?
does anybody really care?
why mom told you to wear clean underwear

how to tie a bow tie
how to fly, make yourself cry,
how to get rid of a nasty sty
are you givin' it the good ol' college try?
false eyelashes: oh, ladies, why?
mmm...seafood: how much should I buy?
Don't Repeat Yourself: the acronym is DRY

bored yet? why? well, here's some bubble wrap
remember when ol' whats-her-name got in trouble? Slap!
keg tap phone tap tree tap ball cap
who makes you clap? who's the very best at rap?

"Carpe Do-om"
should be on his to-mb
some of the samples, I knew 'em:
the big bass n beats bo-om
wise words whiz by-- zo-om!
so tasty you can stew 'em
then big league chew 'em
I listen to him alone in my ro-om

makes me wanna sweep the sidewalk with a bro-om
like that dude in Breakin' or Breakin' 2

wow! this graffiti breaks in-- "too
many emcee's, not enough mics"

found some funky 70's shit by Crown Heights
but Eddie's song always seems to fill my nights
oh yeah... back to how to make kites
and how to put your name in lights
don't waste time in fights
just set your sights-- high
before life passes you right by

Thursday, January 29, 2009

clash of the titans | euclid tavern | 1.30.09

January 30th 2009
The Euclid Tavern
11625 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106



10:00-11:30 - Secret Sauce vs. Emplate
11:30-1:00 - Truck Stop Tourist
1:00-2:30 - Moose vs. Jason Burns
2:30-4:00 - DSurr vs. Mike B
4:00-5:00 - Atypical vs. StyluSoul
5:00-6:00 - The CMHA Boys: Dwreck vs. Stout XTC


10:00-11:30 - Funk Detective vs. Dan Moore
11:30-1:00 - Zeno vs. Brian Hyatt
1:00-2:30 - Nox vs. Encyclopedia Brown
2:30-4:00 - Randomseed vs. Bolus
4:00-5:00 - Evasion
5:00-6:00 - James Edward

Tuesday, January 20, 2009


"Free at last. Free at last. Thank God, Almighty. We are free at last." - MLK, Jr.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

mbm sample origin: vintage chanel ad

Electronic breakbeat/sample masters Meat Beat Manifesto incorporated the audio from this commercial in their 1990 LP "Satyricon." The album is one of my favorite albums ever, so it was really cool to find the actual commercial.

Friday, January 09, 2009

may the force be crispy, and topped with butter and stuff

I'm still in disbelief that I failed to find a box with one of these inside of it on Christmas morning. Damn, Santa, don't you remember how many of my childhood afternoons were spent creating ultra-violent soap operas using my bookcase as a giant space station for my Star Wars action figures? One of these days I hope to watch the computer animated Clone Wars series on Cartoon Network from the beginning. I keep catching bits and pieces of it, but it's a serial thing so I'll have to start from the beginning and hope to Yoda that it's not as bad as The Phantom Menace.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

stoutxtc - this. is house.

Check out this live mix by one of Cleveland's premiere house DJs.
(click the title link to download the mix)

Stout hosts the BeatMatrix on WRUW 91.1FM on Monday nights 9pm - 11pm EST. You can listen to the show online at http://www.wruw.org

warhol paints debbie harry on an amiga

Warhol: Yeah, it's great. It's such a great thing.

MC: What more can you say?


strictly for the househeads

Attention househeads. Go directly to the Strictly Rhythm website and join their mailing list. Once you join, you'll get exclusive access to their DJ mixes which currently include heavy hitters like Todd Terry, Osunlade, Quentin Harris, and 'Little' Louis Vega among others. Not a bad deal for a free membership! Thank me later. You can also purchase much if not all of the Strictly Rhythm back catalog (in digital download format or on vinyl(!!!)), as well as other merchandise. Strictly Rhythm if you were sleeping through the 1990's is the legendary power"house" and arguably the most important and most influential house music label in the U.S. if not the world. If anyone's interested in shopping for an early graduation/birthday gift for me (I mean, c'mon, May is really not that far away!) the grey t-shirt in the merchandise section would be the perfect gift idea. I'd probably never take it off.

Anyhow, you can't go wrong with a label boasting tracks from house heavy hitters such as Masters at Work, Roy Davis, Jr., Kings of Tomorrow, Maurice Joshua, George Morel, Armand Van Helden, Mood 2 Swing, Osunlade, DJ Sneak, DJ Pierre, Barbara Tucker, Crystal Waters, King Britt, Josh Wink, Roger Sanchez, Joey Negro, David Morales, and Todd Terry to name a few.

If you need a refresher of the Strictly Rhythm sound:

Aly-us - Follow Me
Harddrive - Deep Inside
Harddrive - Just Believe (Tony Humphries mix)
Essence - Moments in House
The Untouchables - Dance to the Rhythm
Sun, Sun, Sun - Curious
Tech Nine - Slam Jam
Circle Children - Zulu (Change mix)
Circle Children - Mamba Mamba
Hardhead - New York Express
CLS - Can You Feel It
George Morel - Let's Groove
DJ Pierre - Love Trax
DJ Pierre - Love Izz
DJ Sneak - Keep on Groovin' (Ian Pooley mix)
Wink - Higher State of Consciousness (Tweekin Acid Funk mix)
Endangered Species - Ping Pong
Lou^2 - Freaky (Bar Heads mix 1995)
Black Orchid - Baby Baby
Club Ultimate - Carnival '93
Afro Cube - Muevete Mama

this is the jam

I cannot get this out of heavy rotation, no matter what I try to do. I just keep going back to it. Roy Ayers and big phat breakbeats are a match made in heaven.
Methinks everybody must love Roy and sunshine and big phatty breakbeats, and so everybody must listen to this effin' brilliant track:

THC - Sunshine [Awesome Records, 1993]

and here's the original goodness:
Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves the Sunshine

audio deja vu

Tonight's action-packed Winter premiere of the FX network's plastic surgeon drama Nip/Tuck was great for many reasons, one being the hot tunes included in the episode. They featured The O'Jays' "Back Stabbers" as well as Mark Ronson's cover of The Smiths' "Stop Me If You Think You Heard This One Before." So, I was looking into cover versions of songs online and found a site dedicated to archiving a database of cover songs. Check out Secondhand Songs if you're interested in who covered a certain song or who did the original version.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

the way-back-when rave machine


Omni Trio - Renegade Snares (1993)

Njoi - Drumstruck ep (1993)

Krome and Time - The Slammer (1993)

DJ Solo - Darkage (1993)

DJ Solo - Axis (1993)

THC - Sunshine (1993)

The House Crew - Euphoria/Nino's Dream (1993)

Johnny Jungle - Flammable (Tango Mix) (1993)

D.U.B & Longsy D - Return of De Dread (1993)

Mother - All Funked Up (1993)

All Boxed In - ...Happen (1993)

Blunted Dummies - House 4 All (Definitive - 1993)

X-Press 2 - Music Express (Pierre's New York Garage Mix) (1993)

Mike Dunn (MD III) - The Pressure Cooker (1993)

Dajaé - U Got Me Up (Cajmere's Underground Goodies Mix) (1993)

Cajmere feat Dajaé - Brighter Days (Underground Goodie Mix) (1993)

Masters At Work - I Can't Get No Sleep (MK Dub) (1993)

Saint Etienne - Who Do You Think You Are (Aphex Twin remix) (1993)

X-Press 2 - London Express (1993)

Smooth Touch - House of Love (In My House) (1993)

CJ Bolland - Camargue (1993)

Harddrive - Deep Inside (1993)


Obscure FM - Michael Jackson Is In Heaven Now (1992)

The Prodigy - Out of Space (1992)

Age of Love - Age of Love (1992)

Messiah - Temple of Dreams (1992)

Westbam - Mayday (1992)

Messiah - There Is No Law (1992)

Gypsy - I Trance You (1992)

Jam & Spoon - Stella (1992)

Eskimo & Egypt - Welcome to the Future (1992)

Interactive - Elevator Up and Down (1992)

Utah Saints - Something Good (1992)

4 Hero - Cookin' Up Yah Brain (1992)

DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - Ganja Man (1992)

Sonz of a Loop Da Loop Era - Peace and Lovism (1992)

Krome and Time - Manic Stampede (1992)

Krome and Time - This Sound is for the Underground (1992)

DJ Nex - Fluid (1992)

Acen - Life and Crimes of a Ruffneck (1992)

DJ Red Alert & Pepsi - Slammer ep (1992)

Phuture Assassins - Future Sound (2 Bad Mice remix) (1992)

SL2 - On A Ragga Tip (1992)

Urban Shakedown - Do It Now (1992)

Acen - Trip to the Moon (pt 1) (1992)

Acen - Trip to the Moon (pt 2) (1992)

Acen - Trip to the Moon (pt 3) (1992)

Acen - Close Your Eyes (remix one) (1992)

Altern8 - Brutal-8-E (1992)

Altern8 - E-vapor-8 (1992)

Ohm - Tribal Tone (1992)

Jambo! - Drumattack (1992)

Fix - Flash (1992)

X-Press 2 - Muzik Xpress (1992)

Lectroluv - Dream Drums (All Over Sound Factory Mix) (1992)

Latour - Blue (1992)

Liberty City - Some Lovin' (1992)

Speedy J - Something for Your Mind (1992)

N.R.G. -The Real Hardcore (I Need Your Lovin' Like the Sunshine) (1992)

Jonny L - Hurt You So (1992)

2 Fabiola - The Milky Way (1992)

Golden Girls - Kinetic (1992)

The Nightcrawlers - Push The Feeling On (1992)

The Nighttripper - Tone Exploitation (1992)

Opus III - It's a Fine Day (1992)

Urban Hype - Trip to Trumpton (1992)

Misteria - Who Killed JFK? (1992)

Sound Factory - Understand This Groove (1992)

Smart E's - Sesame's Treet (1992)


Apotheosis - O Fortuna (1991)

Moby - Go (1991)

The Future Sound of London — Papua New Guinea (1991)

Altern8 - Activ 8 (Come With Me) (1991)

The Prodigy - Charly (1991)

The Prodigy - Everybody in the Place (1991)

Sonz of a Loop Da Loop Era - Far Out (1991)

2 Bad Mice - Bombscare (1991)

2 Bad Mice - Ware Mouse (1991)

2 Bad Mice - Hold It Down (1991)

Unity - Unity (Future Sound of London remix) (1991)

MI7 - Rockin Down The House (Chop Mix) (1991)

D-M-S - Love Overdose (The Haps mix) (1991)

Human Resource - Dominator (1991)

L.A. Style - James Brown Is Dead (1991)

Saint Etienne - Only Love Can Break Your Heart (MAW remix) (1991)

T99 - Anasthasia (Dub Mix) (1991)

Praga Khan ft Jade 4U - Injected With A Poison (1991)

Format - Solid Session (1991)

CLS - Can You Feel It (1991)

Those Guys aka Basement Boys - Tonite (1991)

Coco Steel and Lovebomb - Feel It (1991)

The Untouchables - Dance To The Rhythm (1991)

808 State - Lift (1991)

Altern 8 - Infiltrate 202 (1991)

Tranquility Bass - They Came in Peace (1991)

Radioactive Goldfish - LSD is the Bomb (1991)

Bizarre Inc. - Playing With Knives (1991)


4 Hero - Mr. Kirk's Nightmare (1990)

LFO - LFO (1990)

Quadrophonia - Quadrophonia (1990)

The Shamen - Move Any Mountain (1990)

Tricky Disco - Tricky Disco (1990)

Pyschotropic - Hypnosis (SL2 remix) (1990)

Orbital - Chime (12") (1990)

Robert Armani - Circus Bells (DanceMania original 1990)

Njoi - Anthem (1990)

The Scientist - The Bee (1990)

Psychic TV - Alien Be-In (1990)

DHS - The House of God (1990)

A Homeboy, A Hippie & A Funky Dredd - Freedom (Rough Mix) (1990)


Black Box - Ride On Time (1989)

Greater Than One - I Don't Need God (1989)

Steve Poindexter - Work That Motherfucker (1989)

808 State - Pacific State (1989)

808 State - Cubik (Ex:el LP version) (original version - 1989)

Reese - Rock to the Beat (KMS Records 1989)

Lil Louis - French Kiss (Vocal Mix) (1989)


Lil Louis - The Original Video Clash (1988)

Maurice - This is Acid (Original Mix) (1988)

Maurice Joshua - This is Acid (1988)

Mike Dunn - Magic Feet (1988)

Lords of Acid - I Sit on Acid (1988)

Ecstasy Club - Jesus Loves The Acid (1988)

S-Express - Theme from S-Express (1988)

Bomb the Bass - Beat Dis (1988)

Armando - Confusion's Revenge (1988)

Hithouse - Jack to the Sound of the Underground (Acid mix) (1988)

Jungle Brothers - I'll House You (1988)

Inner City - Big Fun (1988)

Inner City - Good Life (1988)

L.N.R - Work it to the Bone (House Jam/Indigo - 1988)

Fast Eddie - Acid Thunder (1988)

Phuture - Acid Trax (1988)

Phuture - We Are Phuture (1988)

Chip E - Time To Jack (The Acid) (1988)

Armando - 100% of Dissin' You (1988)

Armando - Land of Confusion (1988)

Adonis - H.O.U.S.E. (Acid Mix) (1988)

Phuture Pfantasy Club - Spank Spank (1988)

Lidell Townsell - As Acid Turns (1988)

Raze - Break 4 Love (1988)


M|A|R|R|S - Pump Up the Volume (1987)

Blaze - If You Should Need A Friend (1987)

Ragtyme Featuring Byron Stingily - I Can't Stay Away (1987)


Steve "Silk" Hurley - Jack Your Body (1986)

The House Master Boyz & The Rude Boy Of House - House Nation (1986)

Adonis - No Way Back (1986)

Sleezy D - I've lost Control (1986)


JM Silk - Music Is The Key (1985)

Model 500 - No UFO's (1985)


Jesse Saunders - Funk You Up (1984)


Kraftwerk - Tour De France (1983)

Cybotron - Clear (1983)


Kraftwerk - Numbers (1981)

Monday, January 05, 2009

lost returns

Because You Left is the first episode of season 5 of Lost coming Wednesday January 21st, 2009 at 8PM EST on ABC. Click the title link for a sneak peek.

If you haven't watched Lost, or are not caught up to season 5 yet... you can watch all the episodes for free online here. So what are you waiting for?! This is the best show ever ever ever times a million.

Further your Lost knowledge acquisition at Lostpedia.

You can catch up on seasons one through three in 8 minutes and 15 seconds here. This is the official recap, but beware, it's all spoilers!

eff you, penguin!

Stiffy found this pure evil blog that cracks me up so much. It's extreme mean to the point of hilarity. So, if you're in the mood for non-stop, relentless dissing of cute creatures of nature, then check out Eff You, Penguin!

(Shout out to Lala, because I know you think this blog is the funniest thing since Drinking Out of Cups, too.)

storytime with fluffee

FLuffee's stories are entertaining. He's got lots of crazy stories along the lines of News of the Weird. Click the title link to watch FLuffee tell a good story or two (or thousand) via YouTube.

Also check out:

You're Killing Yourself Wrong!

Pilot Falls Asleep While Flying Plane

Alien Attacked by Wife