DJ D-Mac is returning to the Den of Thieves this Saturday night with Eric Hilton. Gonna dust off the funky 45 box and spin some real vinyl!
I would describe “Nyuli” by Mim Suleiman as Swahili Nu-Disco / Word House, clearly distinct from the Deep House popular in South Africa.
This Leftside Wobble edit of “Arcade Funk” is pretty hype; I like the way they flip the drums and then add that 303 squelch to the whole thing.
DJ D-Mac & special guest DJ Jayclue are united once again, dropping funk bombs at Dodge City. Ghetto funk, future go-go, and boogie all night long! Come get some with us.
DJ D-Mac & special guest DJ Jayclue are in like a lion, dropping funk bombs at Dodge City. Ghetto funk, future go-go, and boogie all night long! Come get some with us.
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.
I’m in D.C. mode today. M.V.P. Band’s “Feelin’ Free” is actually a demo that made some rounds years ago but by the way people respond when I pull it out, it’s evergreen as well as crankin’.
A Future Go-Go remix of the Kid ‘N Play classic courtesy our very own Rusty B. from All Good Funk Alliance and Jayclue from QDup Foundation. In a word: dope.
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.
“The Wobble” was the second single off Atlanta hip-hop sensation V.I.C.’s 2008 debut album, but only recently hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart (it debuted at #94 this past January)—talk about a slow burn!—and now it is a massive line dance hit.