Wednesday, September 26, 2007

THE WEDNESDAY B-SIDE number 15


A Touch of Class - 2003

The Scissor Sisters and Tiga, I love them both begrudgingly. Here, Tiga brought some much needed acid breaks ruckus to the chic-est track from 4 years ago.



Scissor Sisters - Comfortably Numb (Tiga Dub)(DVS)
Scissor Sisters - Comfortably Numb (Tiga Dub)(YSI)

Rad Shit From My Old Computer


(Basement of Cheetah 2000)
ALLNIGHTCLUBS.com was the dopest ghetto fab party pic website from back in the day.
You know you're feeling that goatee (r.i.p.)

Here's an old mix of most of the freestyles that were done for me. Some are from my WNYU college radio show, The Archivists Hall Of Radio with Mike B & Augie, which ran from 1998-2001. Others are from my mixtape series released in the same period.

The Mike B Freestyle Collection
Tracklist:
Mike B Intro
Sticky Fingaz
Mic Geronimo
Lord Sear
ft DJ Kid Swift on the kutz
Pretty Ugly aka Da Bol Papers
FT (Street Smartz)
Mr Eon (High & Mighty)
Ilacoin
Labba
Pretty Ugly
aka Da Bol Papers
13 aka Jackal (Mannish)
CJ Moore (Black By Demand)
Lord Sear
Labba, Mic Geronimo &
Matt Fingaz

Here are some more ALLNIGHTCLUBS classics:
Frank Jugga, myself & Funk Flex @ NV's circa 2001

Look closely. (I hope nobody knows this chick!) circa 2002

Killa Sha & Tragedy Khadafi. Thugism. circa 2001

Nemo & myself @ Cheetah's circa 2001.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

BOYZ NOISE TONIGHT

Boyz Noise will be doing a special set tonight at 9pm at LAX! Be there... should be pretty interesting.

We also have FREEFORM FIVE & Des Boobs BDay!



RSVP to the right>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Leave Britney Alone!

From the homie DJ Cobra comes some hilarious shit!

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

SOUNDSYSTEM in NYC begins TONIGHT

THE WEDNESDAY B-SIDE number 14


Epic - 2001

The B-Side to the original promo version of the track Flowers. Both tracks were amazing and neither ended up on the album due to sample clearance issues, leaving Bulletproof Wallets feeling a little flat, save for some Alchemist bangers. Ghost and Rae both demolish this track on some Cuban Linx caliber shit, unfortunately, very few people cared.


Ghostface Killah - The Watch ft Raekwon

The Rapture - Out Of The Races And Onto The Tracks (B's Dubble The Disco Edit)



The Rapture - Out Of The Races And Onto The Tracks (B's Dubble The Disco Edit)YSI
The Rapture - Out Of The Races And Onto The Tracks (B's Dubble The Disco Edit)DVS

Original version is from the EP of the same name.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Wow... MC Pat Riley



I totally know the kid in the red shirt!

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

THE WEDNESDAY B-SIDE number 13


Warlock - 1988

If you don't fucks wit Voodoo Ray your a sucker. Frankie Knuckles fucks wit it here. Fuck wit it.







A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray (12" Penthouse Mix)

"I saw you eating pig knuckles, with Frankie Knuckles, at a club called Chuckles, wearing name plate belt buckles."
-MC Serch
(not Chubb Rock)
(Sorry anonymous!)

Direct Link to TTL Radio


The Knish Hit Squad & Pase Rock on Turnatble Lab Radio with Blu Jemz

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

We are in konstant kontact with Jazzie B.

Mike B:
Hey Jazzie,
I've been a huge fan for many years and was wondering if you could clarify something for me.
The "Back To Reality" remix of George Michael's Freedom, was it actually produced by you? Or was it just a bite? I've heard some record collectors refer to it as the Jazzie B remix, but you're not credited, which happens all the time. So I was wondering if George produced it, or if it was you?
Thanks for your time.

Jazzie B:
Hey Mike
That mix is nothing to do with the S2S camp.
Hope that clears up that matter for ya.
Regards



Now, who's coming to Antigua with me?

Monday, September 10, 2007

George Michael - Freedom (Back To Reality Mix)


Columbia - 1990

Here's one for my homie Emz. Many summers back, while I was djing a party, he came up to me and said "play the Jazzie B. remix of Freedom." I was like "Jazzie B Mix?" He said "yeah, it's the a-side on the Freedom 12 inch!" I'd owned the record since 1990, but I'd always just played the original which was on the b-side.
Though Jazzie B and Caron Wheeler get writng credits (due to the interpolation of Back 2 Life), George himself is credited with being the producer and remixer. I sent a message to Jazzie on myspace, but have not heard back yet.(If anyone knows anymore about this, please leave a comment.) I didn't play it that night and Emz actually got really angry at me on some I thought we were friends type shit, so now I'm doing a whole post, I hope that makes up for it.
Also, this song is even better than a DMX video for hyping both gays guys and hip-hop kids.

George Michael - Freedom (Back To Reality Mix)


***for further Soul II Soul fun... DJ Soul ask's What You Know ABout Caron Wheeler?

Friday, September 7, 2007

None of my exes live in Texas...



On the plane ride to Dallas today, I did an edit of one of my favorite bass tracks. Wink D's - Get Busy (1989 - Insane Beat). It seemed like a good move seeing as she's from Texas. Maybe I'll play it tonight so people can throw oil and horse shoes at me. I dunno.

Wind D - Get Busy (MiKe B eDiT)

In other news ....

The Knish Hit Squad made an appearance on Blu Jemz's Turntable Lab Radio for Scion Broadband. We do a very random mix and interview and the other guest is Pase Rock!
Check It.
You just gotta scroll down the list of shows. It's all Flash so it's kinda hectic to navigate and there's no fast forwarding etc.

Also, I have a Moob.com interview up. It's kinda hard to tell where the questions end and where the answers start but thanks to my main mang Oliver for conducting the interview and showing a lot of support.

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

THE WEDNESDAY B-SIDE number 12


Heard - 1997

This was the B-Side to Catch The Break, which a huge anthem in 97, at least in the UK & LA breaks scene. The Jedi Knights was Tom Middleton (Global Communication, The Mod Wheel) and Mark Pritchard and this track was featured on several compilations including Derrick Carter's classic Cosmic Disco Mixmag mix.

Jedi Knights - Big Knockers

THE WEDNESDAY B-SIDE number 11


MCA - 1984

During a good dig session at a NY record spot, DJ Duane handed this to me and said "This is where all those french dudes got their whole shit from." I listened, and kinda saw what he meant. Though it's obvious that this isn't the ONLY source, one can easily see that everyone from Alan Braxe to Chromeo to Superfunk came across this record at some point.

Temper - No Favors (Dub Version)

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

On My Block



The Hundreds ALL WORK ALL PLAY Block Party was fun-tastic. Check The Hundreds and Switch's Everything You Love To Hate for extensive coverage.

Double Weds B-Side tommorow as well as more music coming soon! Pinky swear.