HIP HOP: The Game Australian Tour Cancelled | hip hop sydney melbourne


Just caught this news over at Hip Hop Australia 

I just received this info from a person affiliated with The Game management / The Black Wall Street Recordsregarding the up and coming The Game Australian & NZ Tour, read below:”It’s with regret that we announce that Game’s upcoming Australian Tour is cancelled. The promoter Hip Hop TV, has failed numerous times to deliver on simple contractual points including paying the artist his fees. Game’s Management have gone above and beyond to give the promoter many chances to fulfill his obligations, and adjusted Game’s schedule to try to make this tour happen, but Hip Hop TV have still failed to deliver. The promoter has shown extreme un-professionalism towards Management, and made many false promises he has not delivered on. Game has successfully performed in Australia numerous times and loves his Australian fans and is extremely disappointed the promoter has failed to deliver his obligations.”

 

NEW MUSIC: Spiritual Jazz 4: Americans in Europe Jazzman Records | ( Spiritual Jazz / Modal Jazz)


Jazz

Jazz (Photo credit: Rusty Darbonne)

 

 

LISTEN HERE

 

https://soundcloud.com/djfryer/sets/spiritual-jazz-4-americans-in

 

The brand new Spiritual Jazz compilation on Jazzman Records, coming out 25 March.

 

Various ArtistsSpiritual Jazz 4: Americans in Europe

 

Release: 2013-03-25
Genre: Jazz
Label: Jazzman
Format(s): CD/DIGI/LP
Cat #: JMANCD057

 

It’s well known that throughout the 20th century, fed up with poor working conditions and racism in their home country, many American jazz musicians chose to leave the US in order to live and work in Europe. What’s less well known is how their music developed and evolved during their time on the continent, and how the experience of being a musician in Europe was to shape their respective lives.

 

Over the years countless jazz concerts, festivals and recordings featuring American jazz musicians have taken place all over Europe, yet it’s remarkable how few of these musical artifacts have been evaluated by the jazz community. We seek to assess the European experiences of the American jazzmen, with a specific focus on the progressive sounds of modal jazz and the avant garde. We examine the recordings made by those who crossed the Atlantic just to take in a short tour, as well as those who made more frequent trips, and of course those for whom Europe ultimately became their permanent place of residence.

 

It’s well known that throughout the 20th century, fed up with poor working conditions and racism in their home country, many American jazz musicians chose to leave the US in order to live and work in Europe. What’s less well known is how their music developed and evolved during their time on the continent, and how the experience of being a musician in Europe was to shape their respective lives.

 

Over the years countless jazz concerts, festivals and recordings featuring American jazz musicians have taken place all over Europe, yet it’s remarkable how few of these musical artifacts have been evaluated by the jazz community. We seek to assess the European experiences of the American jazzman, with a specific focus on the progressive sounds of modal jazz and the avant garde. We examine the recordings made by those who crossed the Atlantic just to take in a short tour, as well as those who made more frequent trips, and of course those for whom Europe ultimately became their permanent place of residence.

 

Radical new jazz sounds created as renowned ex-pat American jazzmen mingled with the creme de la creme of their European counterparts. Early developments in world music inspired by trans-global cultural excursions to Asia, Africa and beyond. Exchanges of ideas and a cultural meeting of minds as revolutionary jazz festivals took place behind the Iron Curtain. Advances in rhythm and sound where modal jazz and the prophetic music of John Coltrane merged with European folk traditions. This is Spiritual Jazz – as played by Americans in Europe.

 

 

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Hip Hop: DJ Sarah Love ‘The Classics’ @ Ching A Lings + Local Support by Shan Frenzie, C-man, DJ Juzzlikedat (THIS Tue 17 July!)


HIP HOP; Sarah Love @ Ching A Lings + Local Support  by Shan Frenzie, C-man,  DJ Juzzlikedat (10.7.12)

Mynority Classics represents Miss DJ Sarah Love In Sydney for only one night at Ching A Ling. With local DJ support from Shan Frenzie, DJ Craig Cman Tarik Wilson and DJ Juzzlikedat.

Get there early Cuz Its a small club and kicking off early since its a mid week gig.

Catch this Sarah Love mix she did last time she was in town live on Stolen Records

SARAH LOVE LIVE ON STOLEN RECORDS (FBI RADIO)
Listen HERE

Sarah Love ExclusiveBy Jehst 1
Exhibit CBy Jay Electronica 2
Motown25 Ft Royce Da 5’9″By Elzhi 3
Barry Bonds Ft Lil WayneBy Kanye West 4
Blood Sport Ft Lil Fame Of M.O.P.By J Dilla 5
Final DestinationBy Scorzayzee 6
Back In My WorldBy Ben Grymm & Shawn Jackson 7
Dillagence Ft Dj Spinna And PhonteBy Busta Rhymes 8
8 Bars Of Fire (Allstars Part 2)By Dj Iq 9
The Matrix Ft Sean Price & Pharaohe MoncheBy Black Milk 10
Gazzilion EarBy Mf Doom 11
Call Me Senor Ft Senor KaosBy Dj Spinna 12
Melody Ft Shabaam SahdeeqBy Dj Spinna 13
Sarah Love Tribute Ft Mystro & LoudmouthBy Black The Ripper 14
Rap Up 2011By Mystro Uk 15

Listen HERE

LINKS

 

AUDIO: BOOTLEG ALBUM: Max Tannone – Mic Check 1234! (HIP HOP / PUNK )


AUDIO: BOOTLEGS: Max Tannone Mic Check 1234! | HIP HOP VS PUNK BOOTLEGS!

Mic Check 1234! is a remix album consisting of rap and punk music. Despite their initial musical differences, the two genres also share many traits. Great rap and great punk both make you want to affect change, to rebel against the status quo, or to simply just get up and move. The music often stemmed from a place of social and economic inequality while exhibiting a fierce do-it-yourself attitude in the process; inspiring kids all over the world to strap on guitars, scream into microphones, ruin turntables, and mash drum machines. My aim was to take my favorite emcees’ more socio-political material and pair it with some of the best punk bands ever. This is the result. Download the full project at http://miccheck1234.com

Release date: Jun 12, 2012

AUDIO: BOOTLEGS: Max Tannone Mic Check 1234! | HIP HOP VS PUNK BOOTLEGS!

AUDIO: DEEP HOUSE – Havana Candy – The Black Keys EP (Paper Recordings)


AUDIO: DEEP HOUSE - Havana Candy - The Black Keys EP (Paper Recordings)

PAPD37

Havana Candy – The Black Keys EP

1. All Night
2. Tera
3. Last Train
4. Tera (Flash Atkins Mix)

Havana Candy is Joe Lucas who lives in Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire and is part of a growing collective of artists that includes Flash Atkins and Jamie L.

He has had releases under various guises over the years on labels that include 20:20 Vision and Fat City and more recently on his own Havana Candy Records; next up is Tusk Wax Records. His sound is deep and hypnotic with an analogue sensibility that mixes up balearic, disco and house as the three original tracks here demonstrate.

All Night builds round an elastic bass and skipping drums before bringing in the Havana Candy trademark filtered synths. It stays deep and swinging, working the groove with drops and fills that provide an ever changing dynamic.

Next up, Tera is on the one and builds a groove around analogue riffs, distorted guitars and stabs perfect for those early hours dance floors.

Last Train is deep balearica with vintage synths leading the way. It’s slow, melancholy and electronic, showing off Havana Candy’s skill at making timeless dance music that mixes up different influences to create something original.

Finally, Flash Atkins steps up to remix Tera with some old school acid. Using a 909 kit and 808 line, it builds to a break when the Rhodes is introduced. It’s a dance floor bubbler that will keep heads nodding and feet moving.

EARLY REACTIONS

James Holroyd – Nice carp. Last train is superb.

Billy Scurry – Wow, this grabbed me from the off, lovin that groove on All Night. Very infectious, top support

Dicky Trisco – All Night is the one for me. Wicked night time boogie sounds.

Scope – both mixes of Tera are hot!

Severino Panzetta – Flash Atkins in BIG form at the mo
VERY GOOD

Released by: Paper Recordings
Release/catalogue number: PAPD37
Release date: Jun 11, 2012