Monday, 25 October 2010

R.I.P Gregory Isaacs

Reggae singer Gregory Isaacs has died: The Jamaican singer best known for his 1982 track 'Night Nurse' has passed away (25.10.10) aged 59, after a battle with cancer... : Read more @ BBC News : R.I.P uncle Gregory!

Charlie Mac Presents M.A.B - Hungry

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Deeflux - Weapons Of Mass Disruption 2

The Fan Records & Millennium Jazz B-boy, Deeflux blesses us with his second installment of his ‘Weapons Of Mass Disruption’ mixtape series. 15 tracks of Dee on a solo tip can only be a good thing as he tears up various classic productions by Black Milk, Oddisee, Kev Brown, De La Soul, DJ Hi-Tek, The Fugees, 9th Wonder etc… nuff said, this one speaks for itself!

Download @mediashare

All tracks performed by Deeflux
Recorded by Brother Beatbox @ The chateau (
For collaborations or features contact Dee @

Coming soon…

Deeflux & Louis Unseen - ‘1984’ LP ft Dr Syntax, Gadget & Genesis Elijah - 2011
Natural Selection - Rhythm By Numbers ft Guilty Simpson, Wildchild, Dr Syntax, Sonny Jim, Mikey T, Tenchoo & many more - 2011
Millennium Jazz mixtape ft full MJM Squad - 2011
Weapons of Mass Disruption pt 3 - 2011
Uncut mixtape…


Sunday, 17 October 2010

Sirael - The Sorcerer EP Launch

A big show went down last night at Club 333, Old St, Shoreditch... big up to Sirael on the launch of 'The Sorcerer' EP!!

It was a packed out Jazz, Latin and Junlge DnB party which was kicked off by the ‘7Suns’ band opening up for Sirael, her band and seasoned guests including vocals from Sofia Rubina... (Estonia), Trumpet from Abraham Wilson, followed by a small beatboxing segment which progressed into more of Sirael’s yet to be released material as the crowd cheered and danced through the assortment of Jazz and DnB. After the band was introduced and each performed a flawless solo the crowd and band members interrupted the show momentarily to sing (and play) “Happy Birthday Sirael” before she closed the performance with the EP title track ‘The Sorcerer’, then mingling with her guests and fans. The party continued strong into the early hours and concluded with a bass heavy two hours of old skool Jungle DnB back to back set from DJ Smiley & Gadget.

Free copies of ‘The Sorcerer’ EP were available on entry and throughout the night. If you’d like a copy make contact at


Related Posts with Thumbnails