OthermusiC Episode 57: Playlist 10/28/14

Artist – Song Title (* indicates new release)

Linden Jay – Be Like You*

Gustavs Strazdins – Love Ya*

SHIFT K3Y x Linden Jay – Crazy*

Jade Blue and Frequency – Lately

Cavalier Beats – Dream Sequence (Dirty Chocolate x Cavalier)*

Zhu – Faded (Vices & Jalio Remix)*

Jengi Beats – I Got It*

Habstrakt – Sunday*

LUCA LUSH x Deffie – Tell Me*

Brandy x Tails – Baby (Tails Redo)*

PYRMDPLAZA – Ventilate*

Arkist – 23 Summers
Ginger & The Ghost – One Type of Dark (Ta-Ku Remix)

XXY – Bash (French Fries Remix)
K-Wash – Aint A Thing*


LDRU – The Tropics (Ta-Ku Remix)*

Mysteries – Newly Thrown
Dropout – So Long ft. ZADA*

Flume – That Look
Sweater Beats – Cloud City*

Kode9 & The Spaceape – Pictures On The Wall
Kyli – Afterglow (ft. Charli Brix)*

ASC – Sonic Assault

OthermusiC Episode 56: Playlist 10/21/14

Artist – Song Title (* indicates new release)

Jim-E Stack – Run* (from KUCI library)

Ollygon – Sunny Shores*

Hirokazu Tanaka – ディジー姫のテーマ Evil Needle Remix*

Caribou – Silver* (from KUCI library)
YUNG BAE – Still*

Jerome LOL – Always (Bondax Remix)
Sam Gellaitry – Powder (Ramzoid Flip)*

Spiller – Groover Jet Ghosts of Venice Edit
Box of Wolves – Gold Feet
The Subs – Cling to Love (Blende Remix)
Hnny – For the Very First Time
Branchez – Millionaire (Tony Quatro Remix)

Ness – Introlove2u

Tokyo Hands – Letters
Korallreven – Loved Up (LOL Boys Remix)
Yume – Admire

Polar Youth – Bae (Ollygon Flip)*

Ultrademon – Choo Choo*

PUSHER x Polar Youth – YAY*

Mirror Kisses – Runaways (Spazzkid Remix)

Skream – Under the City Lights feat. Sam Frank (DJ PAYPAL Remix)
Paveun – I Don’t Know
Sir Glassy Eye – Love Is Cold
Cloaka – Moonrise the Genre
Krampthaft – Medicine

OthermusiC Episode 55: Playlist 10/14/14

Artist – Song Title (* indicates new release)

Redinho – Jacuzzi* (from KUCI library)

Rustie – Raptor* (from KUCI library)
Silva – January (Teen Daze Remix)
Sam Gelaitry – Powder (Ramzoid Flip)*
Renz – Always*

Salute – Gold Rush*
P A T H – F a u l t

Stink Floyd – Briethe*

K1K0 & Vices – C’mon Bae
Cavalier – Tokyo Drift
Dream Beach – Missing Peace*

ETC!ETC! – High*

Grant Walker – Lies ft. Alexa*

Flukes – Wifey Riddim (HRLY Remix)
Basenji – Heirloom*

Chiefs & CRNKN – Glow*

Flume & Chet Faker – Drop the Game (Sweater Beats Remix)*

ShemQuestionMark x Fortune – Deal With It*

GEOTHEORY – What What*

Stanton Warriors – Cut Me Up (Cause & Affect Remix)

L’ homme aux 4 letres – Bounce Beaucoup*

Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo – None of Them

Da-P – dabeatX – Ouhhh
Love & Light – Making Waves ft. Zeb Early
Weazley Collab
Branx – Sauce*
Future Islands – Seasons (DJ Dodger Stadium Remix)*

OthermusiC Episode 54: Playlist 10/7/14

Artist – Song Title (* indicates new release)

Moire Shelter – Dali House ft. Bones from KUCI Library

Taquwami – Cinderella*

Dream Beach – Missing Peace*

Raury – God’s Whisper (Flosstradamus Remix)*

Captain Planet – Cicada*

Mr. Carmack – Rappers*

Nyolfen – City Lights Reflection (Mikeneko Homeless Remix)*

Asa & Stumbleine – Without You (ZES Remix)*

Caribou – Silver*
Djemba Djemba – Core (Djemba’s Selassie Bootleg)*

DJ Cable, Dusty Ohms – Mmm…
$yrup – Arcto*

Champagne Drip – Love In*
The Geek x Vrv – Do Me A Favor*

ATIK – California*

MO – Walk This Way (Lido Remix)*

KRNE & Luca Lush – With Me Bae

Dramatic – Getting Stronger
Omni Trio – Renegade Snares (High Contrast Remix)
Babylon Timewarp – Durban Poison (Bladerunner Remix)
Teknian, Disprove & Ordure – Lockhead*

Kero Kero Bonito – Flamingo*

(Show Review) Renegades of Rhythm: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist

Ms. Indigo Jones attended the Renegades of Rhythm tour with DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist.  Here is her review!

See all pictures here!

Renegades of Rhythm TourOn October 3rd, DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist honored Afrika Bambaataa’s legacy as a pioneer in Hip-Hop culture. The two artists performed at the Hollywood Palladium as a part of their Renegades of Rhythm tour. They emphasized Bambaataa’s impact in developing and spreading Hip-Hop worldwide.

The event showcased select records from Bambaataa’s vinyl collection that has been archived by Cornell University. In an interview conducted by WOLFshoes of OthermusiC, Cut Chemist compared experiencing their Renegades of Rhythm set to a “touring museum,” in which the records are the historical artifacts. In this regard, one could consider DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist the curators of this historic music collection. It was for this very reason that WOLFshoes and I felt it was an absolute necessity to provide coverage on this significant event.

Renegades of Rhythm Tour

Renegades of Rhythm TourWhen DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist first took the stage, they began with a short introduction. They explained the importance of understanding the foundation of today’s music as well as the impact Afrika Bambaataa had on music culture. Light-up cutouts of a cityscape surrounded the artists during their show, while a video consisting of screen shots and visuals played as the backdrop to their set. Musical equipment and vinyl surrounded the duo. In front of the artists were six turntables and to their left stood a drum machine from 1967. Bambaataa’s immense vinyl collection filled crates on stage.

As the set began the crowd was filled with excitement, ready to embark upon this musical journey. Shadow and Chemist played sounds ranging from West African drums to Miami bass, and explored genres from disco to break beat. The audience witnessed outstanding scratching and beat juggling techniques that nicely blended the set, musical timeline, and flow.

Renegades of Rhythm TourAccording to the duo the crowd looked like Planet Rock. The audience reflected the wide array of people Bambaataa introduced to Hip-Hop throughout the world. The crowd consisted of all ages, races, and musical lifestyles. It was reassuring to see one event unite people from such diverse backgrounds. While some audience members enjoyed the music deep in the crowd, others listened off to the sides as they huddled around break dancing circles and watched b-boys and b-girls flip in the air. At one point both Shadow and Chemist dedicated a part of their set to the break-dancers since they play such a vital role in the Hip-Hop culture. The duo asked all the b-boys and b-girls to take the middle of the dance floor and display their exceptional dance skills as a spotlight shined down on them as the music continued to play.

Renegades of Rhythm TourAs seamlessly as the show began, it ended. It was midnight and the journey through Hip-Hop and Afrika Bambaataa’s historic vinyl collection was over. It seemed like the set ended too soon and all the audience longed for was a second night, a second show, a second journey through time. The historical significance, musical selection, visuals, and crowd made this show a once in a lifetime experience. If given the opportunity to attend the Renegades of Rhythm tour, it is strongly recommended that you do so. The experience will leave you with a better understanding of the development of Hip-Hop culture and your soul will be inspired.

In the words of Cut Chemist “if you are into music and you want to be a DJ, if you don’t want to be a DJ and you still listen to music and you like Hip-Hop, if you don’t like Hip-Hop, it’s still a great show.”

Click here to listen to the Cut Chemist interview.
Click here for more information regarding upcoming shows for the Renegades of Rhythm tour.

OthermusiC’s Interview with Cut Chemist!

WOLFshoes spoke with Cut Chemist about his current Renegades of Rhythm
tour with DJ Shadow. The tour is based entirely on Afrika Bambaataa’s
record collection. His music, based in funk and breakbeats, has greatly influenced hip hop as we know it today. He will be at the House of Blues in
Anaheim tonight 10/2 and the Hollywood Palladium tomorrow night 10/3. “I
suggest you come and see the show because it’s a once in a lifetime
opportunity for people to become a part of history… It’s almost like a
touring museum and we are performing with these artifacts [records].”
–Cut Chemist

OthermusiC Episode 53: Playlist 9/30/14

Artist – Song Title (* indicates new release)

Plaid – Nafovanny*  from KUCI Library
Blank Banshee – B:/Start Up

cln – Better Than
Seablaze – Hyperlight ’99

Branchez – Truth*

AWE – Trillingual Dance Sexperience (AWE Bootleg)*

TroyBoi & Evil Needle – Drive

Chu. – Sunday Morning
Odeza –  Say My Name*  from KUCI Library
Mala – Expected, Level 10*  from KUCI Library
Jessy Lanza – You and Me*  from KUCI Library
Silva – January (Cosmic Kids remix)*  from KUCI Library
Slow Magic – Girls*  from KUCI Library
Hippie Sabotage – Go To Work*  from KUCI Library
Claire – Breathless*  from KUCI Library
Claire – Red Between Green*  from KUCI Library
Nicole Moudaber -Roar

Dead Horse Beats and Thomas White – Love Somebody*

Modulaire – Seventeen

DGTO – Play Me

Alton McClain & Destiny – We’re Gonna Make It (Go Go Bizkitt! Remix)

Alesia – H.T*

Anna Lunoe – BDD*

Moire shelter – Dali House ft. Bones*  from KUCI Library
Martyn – GlassBeadGames *  from KUCI Library
Fhloston Paradigm – Portal 1*  from KUCI Library
Fhloston Paradigm – Race To The Moon *  from KUCI Library
Sorceress – Te Kano*  from KUCI Library
Xeno + Oaklander – Jasmine Nights*  from KUCI Library
Basement Jaxx – Unicorn*  from KUCI Library
Rustie – Attak ft. Danny Brown*  from KUCI Library
Bassnectar & Jansten – Lost in the Crowd ft. Fashawn & Zion I*  from KUCI Library

Orange Hill feat. Lady Saw – Champion Bubbler (Bump & Grind Again)
Barla – Shotta

More Strobelights – All Junglists

Machinedrum – On My Mind
Thundaklap – Never Gonna Ask Myself*

Kidlogic – Glissade*

UOMI – Dynamite feat. Rach*