Category Archives: London

Nasty Cool

  This is just crazy. Brought to us by Mauritius-born, London living DJ Angel, one of the most prominent Sega DJs of today. If your looking for a good source to get a grasp on what’s been going on in … Continue reading

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DJ Rashad on Rinse FM

DOWNLOAD Rashad definitely tore down the walls at the infamous Rinse.fm the other day, with a continuous two-hour set comprised of new material and rehashed classics. Definitely a good day for the radio in England, now if only we had … Continue reading

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RIP Chris “Sleazy” Christopherson

1955-2010 I’m a bit late, but Throbbing Gristle meant a lot to me in high school. Maybe this is a sign that I have to finish my footwork remix of Hamburger Lady.

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WUT WUT WUT WUT WUT

For everyone still jamming their Youtube rip, this is finally out the 25th of this month. Sounds like Strawberry Letter 23 making fun of dubstep, but really serious about it. Pre-order now.

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DJ Mag # 490/Footwork 101

Just when I thought I was ready to move on and not be pigeonholed as the footwork reporter, my friend and excellent journalist Danna Hawley from the CHI-NYC-LDN dimension pens a great interview collage article on that feet music stuff … Continue reading

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Uhh…

Logobi Mafya – ???? 2010 “The small group of regulars at the leisure of young Bernardière discovered the phenomenon on the Internet this summer: “The guys from Paris have put videos online, we began to like them,” says Camille, 15 … Continue reading

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Unofficial Channels

I wrote the Unofficial Channels column for the Wire’s September issue, out now in the UK, soon in the U.S. As you might have guessed it, it’s about footwork. Where to find it, where you can’t find it, and why.

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