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Fete de la Musique

June 19, 2011
Media | Fête de la Musique

Berlin ein Herz für Musik Musik


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my saturday pick for this weekend Onyx

June 4, 2011
Necessity is the mother of invention!
check my man out Onyx he is lighting the streets of Berlin up!!!!!

The Main ingredient (Cuba Gooding SR.)

June 3, 2011
Here 's a blast from the past for those of you who remember and those that remember the music your mom and dad played
on the stereo when you where a kid,
this is the perfect TGIF story for you .
like father like son is the moral of this story ...

TGIF people

Stevy Mahy

June 3, 2011
A project i was and still am proud to be apart of.
enjoy your weekend and gett ready for the summer people.....
mon gwadadada!!!

New Reniassance (the next wave)

May 31, 2011

Definitely this young New Orleans group deserves a listen they really caught my ear  and it's a breath of fresh air to  hear these type of lyrics coming from the youth.
also big up to the director of the video
keep it coming fellas nice 1!!

Gil Scott-Heron 1949 2011 RIP

May 28, 2011

Gil Scott-Heron (April 1, 1949 – May 27, 2011)[2] was an American poet, musician, and author known primarily for his work as a spoken word performer in the 1970s and 80s, and for his collaborative soul works with musician Brian Jackson. His collaborative efforts with Jackson featured a musical fusion of jazz, blues and soul music, as well as lyrical content concerning social and political issues of the time, delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles by Scott-Heron. The music of these albums, most notably Pieces of a Man and Winter in America in the early 1970s, influenced and helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop and neo soul. Scott-Heron's recording work is often associated with black militant activism and has received much critical acclaim for one of his most well-known compositions "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". His poetic style has been influential upon every generation of hip hop since his popularity began.[3] In addition to being widely considered an influence in today's music, Scott-Heron remained active until his death, and in 2010 released his first new album in 16 years, entitled I'm New Here.

I'm glad i had the opportunity to share the stage with a legend...RIP UNCLE G.......

Aloe Blacc

May 27, 2011
This brother is bringing a breath of fresh air to the soul and hiphop world check him out jamming with this fridays pick Miguel Atwood.
Aloe is currently touring the US and Europe.

Portland Portland, Oregon, United States
27 May Portland Dante's
29 May Vancouver, Canada fortune sound club.
29 May Vancouver, Canada Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1 Jun Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel
1 Jun Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel
2 Jun Philadelphia World Cafe Live
3 Jun New York City Highline Ballroom
4 Jun Montreal, Canada Le Belmont
5 Jun Toronto, Canada Wrongbar
6 Jun Chicago Lincoln Hall
3 Jul Montreux, France MILES DAVIS HALL
3 Jul Montreux, Switzerland Montreux Jazz Festival
3 Jul Montreux, Switzerland Auditorium Stravinski
6 Jul Cognac, France Blues Passions Festival


Miguel Atwood Ferguson(friday pick)

May 27, 2011

Still on
e of my favorite modern classical conductors and musicians, what he does with his orchestra on this concert series was unreal!!
Be on the look out for his new works.
get the dvd set
'Suite for ma dukes" on stones throw records

V's pick for monday............(Esperanza Spalding)

May 25, 2011

The perfect solution for the Monday morning blues with a cup of java....

scenario  1
 Esperanza + Dwele + Miguel Attwater + Regina Carter + Herbie + Christian Mcbride + Karreim Riggens =?

all comments welcome


May 24, 2011
With over 30 releases on some of electronic music’s most celebrated and innovative labels such as Bpitch, Warp, Ghostly International and Shitkatapult and most recently Touchin' Bass as well as his own critically acclaimed Detroit Underground Records and Kerohand records which he does with legendary detroit producer Kelli Hand Kero (nee Sohail Azad) has established a reputation for his unrepentantly brash, yet cultivated compositions and unforgettable live performances, most recently, alongside notables such as Speedy J, Ken Ishii and Funkstorung. Furthermore, he has established himself as a leader within the growing pack of electronic music producers successfully infiltrating contemporary art circles world wide.

His innovative approach to music, graphic design and video production feeds on the detritus of popular electronic culture, creating a montage of fleeting musical and visual experiences that are paradoxically critical and enamored with contemporary culture.

Drawing on his experiences as a dual citizen of both Canada and the United States, Kero conducts visual and aural investigations that are concerned with ideas of the diametric and intermediary. Subsequently, the ephemeral nature of electronic culture, the “rave” experience and aesthetics offers a microcosm to explore similar elements in popular culture. The result is music that blurs genres from hip-hop to the most rarified of techno experiments, video art which stirs faint recollections of print and televised media, and a design language that has ingrained itself upon the most celebrated electro-cultural market in the world.

 ( hooked me up  with my first logic in Detroit)
enjoy people..


Sadiq Bey

Originally from Detroit, Sadiq Bey is a performance poet, percussionist, essayist and recording artist living and working in New York and Berlin. Over the past four years residing in Europe, Sadiq has published two books in Germany: SLOW THE EAR, a hand made, limited edition book/box, with the hand silk screened images of Detlef Guenther and Martin Knuesel (Two Suns Productions, Berlin) and Albert Ayler Is Blowing the Horn That Signals the End (Editions Raute, Dresden) in German and English.