Wow, this set is on fire. If you’re down with breaks, beats and old school funk check out what Reading’s DJ Binge does with it here..
Or head over to his mixcloud page:
So all the shows I record on Mixlr are stored in my showreel page. http://mixlr.com/shaolin-drunken-monk/showreel/ is the link and you can currently find 5 pages of mixes covering all sorts of music going back to 2012, all of which was done drunkenly! A Woo Ga.
I’ve got a gig on Reading on Saturday 5th April, playing some hip hop, glitch hop and funk up in the Milk Bar in reading alongside Lebrosk.
It’s free to get in and right near the train station in Reading so no excuses for not popping in to support!
Here’s the facebook group: join up, get involved, have a nice time.
Shit kicks off at 8pm..
Originally big in 1973 this quality cut of funk was on the lead single from their eponymous debut album, it was also the first release on GSF Records. Bad Tune.
Some absolutely wicked tunes tucked away in here. Enjoy…
This week in Jack of Newbury we have Jon Deviant, DJ Darkie and myself playing some heavy bass and beats from 8pm. Expect lots of ragga tinged badness etc as per normal!
Yep I’m gonna break out the old records and play some Funk & Soul this Friday
down in The Jack of Newbury in town.
Been a while since I played any James Brown round here…
The strength of the group’s bond and its music has allowed The Budos Band to accomplish feats rarely attained by instrumental groups. With collective sales of over 30,000 albums and tours that have spanned the US, Canada, and Europe, playing rock clubs and large festival stages, The Budos have developed a rabid fan base that spans genres and ages. At any given Budos show, one might see b-boys break dancing to the band’s funk and hip-hop beats; record junkies nodding their heads to the soul-infused melodies; metal heads thrashing to the dark and ominous guitar and bass riffs; and general music lovers who eagerly attend Budos shows and smile approvingly at the melting pot of music that takes place. Simply put, The Budos kill the live show and with each record, their ability to put the energy, sweat, and passion of the live experience to wax increases.
Islington Assembly Hall
Saturday 16 February 2013
Buy Tickets – here
I’m Sold! Is anyone out there ready to come along to this with me?
We all love Mr Thing’s mixes: The Strange Breaks and Mr Thing Series and Champion Nerd series in particular! Very happy to hear of a new one:
‘Nerd is Bond’, available to download here by clicking here.
Dropping some hefty tunes sampled by the likes of Roc Marciano, Pete Rock, Q Tip, Jay Electronica & Kanye, totally wicked.
And here he is having a little chat about Things: