Qdup—the production/DJ moniker of our own Jayclue— returns with a funky collection of tunes featuring some amazing vocalists from Austin, Texas.
London-based producer, SOPHIE has been on the scene for nearly a year. The track “Hard” is very reminiscent of Aphex Twin’s early IDM work, but with bits of grime, future bass and even j-pop/k-pop elements.
Crazily talented producer/MC/DJ Stro Elliot recently posted this bit of fun on his SoundCloud, flipping some classic Nintendo themes into a banging track.
“Hard Times” is a prime example out of Griz’s catalogue of tunes to showcase his soulful, hard-hitting sound. Love this one!
Spring is just starting to show itself here in DC. Here’s a DJ Mix made March 2013 with the vibes of spring in the air. A bit of Glitch Hop, Ghetto Funk, Disco, Breaks and House music thats doing it for me on the dance floor.
DJ Rusty B. and Jayclue aka Jason Brown aka Q-Dup will be DJing at Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar this Thursday night. Come check us out as we get down on the one’s and two’s dropping all sorts of fun music.
Blazing hot right now after the release of their Jacks of All Trades album, the All Good Funk Alliance continue their monthly residency this Saturday at the legendary Eighteenth Street Lounge.
Ghetto Funk superstar WBBL comes correct once again with a fresh-out-the-oven glitch-hop reworking of Busta Rhymes’ 1996 classic “Woo Ha!!! (Got You All In Check).” Free download of both the bootleg and instrumental with a wbblmail sign up.