Blame it on Miss_Peas | February 19, 2013 | Comments Off
In celebration of the musical legacy of James “J. Dilla” Yancey, Fuse takes you to Detroit to celebrate the life of J Dilla and people who have worked closely with him like Talib Kweli, House Shoes, his mom and more speak on his legacy.
This deserves a listen based off the artwork alone. Classic shit.
We had so much to say about the last podcast that we’ll keep it simple this time. Here’s a set of all new and original tracks MED & J Rocc are working on, coming straight from the lab in a mix they’re calling “Axel F.”
On June 30th, the legendary Beat Junkies crew (made up of J. Rocc, Rhettmatic, Babu, Mr. Choc and more) are celebrating 20 years at The Echoplex in Los Angeles. Check the teaser clip up top and head down bottom for the event’s flyer which details the rest of the info.
Blame it on Miss_Peas | October 06, 2011 | Comments Off
Soul Assassins is very pleased to announce a music collaboration with legendary Beat Junkies DJ J. Rocc. The team have just released a new mixtape entitled “Cold Rocc Stuff” mixed by J. Rocc. DJ Muggs commented on the project: “We wanted to get this mixtape out to our supporters and fans to celebrate the very successful release of our Soul Assassins Clothing Fall 2011 collection” The latest collection from Soul Assassins features tees, hoodies and accessories and can be found at select boutiques, Karmaloop and on thesoulassassins.com website.
Here’s the first offering off The Beat Junkies member’s upcoming debut solo project, Some Cold Rock Stuf brought to you by the dopest indie label ever, Stones Throw. Per norm, there will be a CD and vinyl release. To pre-order the CD and for more photos from the project, hit this link.
This is the debut album of original music from one of the original turntablists, the longtime DJ for Madlib and the late J Dilla, and our pick for world’s greatest hip-hop DJ.
But this is not a “DJ album”. Not a “beat album”. Not a mix tape. This is an original work of instrumental hip-hop … electronic music … dance music … smoke tracks … assorted cold rock stuff.
Some Cold Rock Stuf also contains a “mystery disc”, one of three mystery discs included in different copies of the album. No track list is provided for the “mystery disc” and the CD label does not distinguish one mystery disc from the other.
With V-Day right around the corner, Stones Throw‘s very own Peanut Butter Wolf, J.Rocc, Dam-Funk, Mayer Hawthorne and James Pants each provide a 10-minute mix of music. And speaking of Dam-Funk, hit the jump for a little unplugged action.