Glenn Brand a. Dj Technics is from Baltimore City and is one of the longest serving producers working in Baltimore Club with releases stretching back to the great days of Baltimore Club on Unrulys Hardhead.
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Tittsworth - Eyewhips Tittsworth - Reeses Pieces Frank Ski - Welcome to Baltimore medley pt 1 Frank Ski - Where's Ya Boyfriend medley pt 2 KW Griff - Tony's Back medley pt 4 Samir - Na Na Na Mark B - Feel The Beat Dukeyman - A Break Tittsworth - Georgia and more! Bamabounce - Wu-Tang Slide 3. Tittsworth - The Jeffersons 4. Tittsworth - On and On remix of Missy Elliot 5. Tittsworth - Some Cut remix of Trillville 7.
Tittsworth - Sardines remix of Junkyard Band 9. Ayres - Broke Ass Home remix of Ludacris Tittsworth - Milli Vanilli. This CD comemorates the boys' tour of duty - never forget. Amanda Blank Master P feat. It's the Motherfucking Remix Vol 2 sees the crew step their production game up heavily, running the gamut from simple two turntable blends to intricately multitracked and arranged original remixes. In keeping with the arc of The Rub party in Brooklyn, the boys genre-hop across a vast spectrum of music: disco, old school rap, dancehall, 80s pop, indy rock, soul, southern hip-hop, classic break beats, intimate crunk and booty bass.
MTV said "cop it - only if you're ready to dance" and Vapors called it "strictly hot shit. Houston compiles 27 classic Texas rap records from '88 to ' Download Snippets MP3 of Houston.
This is DJ Ayres stretching out with all types of fly shit: funk, disco, fast rap, baltimore club, smash-togethers, crunk, electro, house and booty music. Bee Gees - Night Fever 4.
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much 5. Salsoul Orchestra - Runaway 8. Chic - Good Times 9. First Choice - Love Thang Sister Sledge - He's the Greatest Dancer Roy Ayers - Runnin The Emotions - Best of My Love D-Train - Keep On Heat Wave - Boogie Nights Michael Jackson - Off The Wall There aren't any ironic mashups, scratch routines or silly skits, just classic dance music mixed smoothly the whole way through for optimal dance-ability.
The vibe is roller rinks, laser beams and pinball machines. Moments in Love - Art of Noise. That's right, it's the sequel! Intro Yarbrough and Peoples - Don't Stop the Music Kleer - Intimate Connection Cameo - Single Life Timex Social Club - Rumors Kinky Foxx - So Different Jocelyn Brown - Somebody Else's Guy Hi-Five - The Kissing Game Terence Trent Darby - Wishing Well Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance Nolan Thomas - Yo Little Brother Cheryl Lynn - Encore Odyssey - Inside Out Kid Creole - I'm Corrupt Evelyn King - I'm In Love Prince - Head The Jets - Crush On You Teena Marie - Lovergirl Sheila E - The Glamorous Life Johnny Kemp - Just Got Paid Dino - I Like It Al B Sure - Night and Day The System - Don't Disturb this Groove The first half of the mix is mostly classic west coast hip-hop joints run with the original funk and soul songs they sample.
The second half gets into uptempo funk, electro, house, mashup dancefloor fun. Ghostface Chamber Music 1. DJ Soul Intro 2. Ghostface "Cobra Clutch" 5. Ghostface "Live On Stage Freestyle" 9. Raekwon feat Ghostface "Rainy Dayz Remix" Ghostface "Beatles" Ghostface "Jealousy" Ghostface "Good Times" Omega One remix Jah Mason - Princess Gawn 3.
Bas Com X — Lonely Heart 6. Capleton — That Day Will Come 7. Chuck Fenda — I Swear 9. Richie Spice - Marijuana Sizzla — Pure Love VC — By His Deeds Dennis Brown — Problem Richie Spice - Operation Kingfish Sizzla — Show the Interest Seeed — Release Tanya Stephens — Need You Tonight Assasin - Step Pon Dem Bounty Killer - Warlord Walk Kiprich - Baby Song Assassin - Idiot Ting Dat Wayne Marshall — King Pin Vybez Cartel — Real Deal Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Why did it take so long to crack the code on rapping over club music?
There are earnest examples of club music with rapping though. Does that count? Baltimore club music ripped out of blown speakers while we grinded up against the prettiest-roundest-fastest girls from our neighborhood.
Following the decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the murder of Michael Brown in November of , club maximalist Schwarz, who is originally from St. You cannot stop the development that is taking over Baltimore. You can protest it and you should but it seems as though our representatives worship the neoliberal myth too much for even that to do much good.
You could though you should not blow up one of those new same-y looking buildings being constructed but, well, whatever out-of-town construction crew that got the gig would just collect insurance and start rebuilding.
What does this have to do with club music? Development is, in part, why the Paradox is going away it is also why Club Fantasy went away. Down the street is Club Choices, also closed. Club Hippo is now a CVS. Where can you dance your pain away when they demolish and then gentrify all the places for dancing? Intensifying noise also makes signal stronger and more intense. So, investments in challenges like dissonance, trangression, and noise are also investments in your own resilience.
But then Baltimore club producer Rip Knoxx cut the track up into a noisy, glitching, electro slur and made it even more absurd by just regurgitating its lyrics and making it all feel, well, a bit more off. And it was good to see righteous Muslims condemn the real bitch, cuz he is a disgrace to his religion and to humanity. We all need to support the LGBT community more than ever.
They deserve to have always been supported, and they have always supported everybody else.DJ Technics Uk Bookings: [email protected] North America Bookings: [email protected] Dj Technics is a Baltimore Club music pioneer who inspired the Jersey Club movement. Glenn Brand a.k.a. Dj Technics is from Baltimore City and is one of the longest serving producers working in Baltimore Club with releases stretching back to the great days of Baltimore Club .