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Loosies 03/01/09 by sirminus

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I know its been a while since Ive posted anything, so here are some Loosies to pop in the iPod.

I found a few LunyP tracks the other day that put a smile on my face. Homeboy has a evolved his style not from just bmore, but now dropping some Miami Bass and Baile Funk action.

Smooth Operator(LunyP Baile Funk Refix)
Return Of The Mack (LunyP Macking In Bmore Mix)
Scrub Da Ground (LunyP Miami Bass 2009 Mix)

I just got an email from Tyler of Something Wrong/NONEWYORK with his new remix. I was expecting a little heavier of bass, but nonetheless it still sounds dope.

Robin S “Show Me Love”

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Some Extras:

Diplo – Way More (DJ Jonny Blaze Remix)
(The Baltimore Club King also has a new digi-ep at Turntable Lab, DO MY LADIES RUN THIS MF)

Yuksek – Extra Ball
Yuksek’s Myspace

Paper Planes (DFA Remix)
(DFA’s Myspace)

Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (Rehearsal)
(remix anyone??)
(Justice Myspace)

Gravel Pit (The Disco Villains Remix)
(Disco Villains Myspace)

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DJ Minus…Fondling beats and Molesting ear drums by sirminus

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So I figured Id post a new mix of mine to kick off our adventure through the blogosphere so to speak. I put together a plethora of different jams to keep the booty clapping. Holla Holla Holla.

DJ Minus – The Boxer Rub

Tracklist:

UNKLE- Restless (Fake Blood Remix)
DJ Tameil- Throw some Deez
Flosstradamus- Baile on Me
The Touch- Maximaization Nation (Trevor Loveys Remix)
Leonard de Leonard- Elephantizer (Facteur Remix)
Samim- Heater (Diplo Remix)
Boy 8-bit- The Suspense is Killing Me
Deadmau5- The Reward Is Cheese (Jon Kennedy Remix)
Bingo Players Get Up (Diplo Remix)
Scottie B- Niggaz Fightin (Exclusive Unruly Classic)
DamnArms- HomeWrecker (Passions Remix)
Jesse Rose,Herve,and Action Man- Take it to the club (original mix)
Crookers- Mad Kidz
Leo Canhoto e Robertinho- Buck Sarampo
Kill the Noise- Pull My Strings
Bangers & Cash- B.O.O.T.A.Y. (Krames Edit)
Grum- Go Back (Le Caste Vania Remix)
Thieves Like Us- Drugs in my Body (Just a Band Remix)
FAGGET FAIRYS- Samo Ti (AC Slater Remix)
Crookers- Sveglia (Original Edit)
DJ Technics- Pop Yo Pussyb (My Neck My Back)
Division Kent- Offshore (The Phantom’s Revenge Remix)
Evil Nine – They Live (Trevor Loveys Remix)
Ludachrist- MARTA Girl (Original Bmore Club Version)
The Futureheads – Worry About It Later (Switch Remix)
VNNR- Arigato
Dennis DJ- Rio Baile Funk: Jonathan II
Beatpunks- Laceration
Rico Tubbs- Bmore Dominator
Bloc Party- Mercury (Herve is in Disarray Remix)
Metronomy- Radio Ladio (Mac 3000 Remix)
Bizarre Inc.- Playin with Knives
Chromeo- Bonafied Lovin’ (Hatchmatik Remix ft. Teki Latex)
Dizzee Rascal Ft. Calvin Harris- Dance Wiv Me (The Aston Shuffle Remix)
DJ Tameil- Throw Some Deez



Diplo + MGMT by sirminus
January 11, 2009, 6:38 am
Filed under: crookers, diplo, MGMT, remix, rye rye

So, I was trolling through the blog world and stumbled across a post that had me laughing. I’m glad I wasn’t the only one thinking this. The good people at Philebrity posted their thoughts, and I couldn’t agree more; matter of fact, here is the post:

Diplo Remix Proves The Ineffable, Unquestionable Suckiness Of That MGMT Band

mgmtWe have been silent on this topic for far too long: That band MGMT annoys the living hell out of us. Why? Hard to say. Too Hot Topic, maybe. Too BlogRockBuster, perhaps — our age’s equivalent of the Blockbuster approach to music, like Boston in the 1970s, if Boston actually sucked and did not, as it turned out, rule. So yeah, we winced when we copped the mp3 of Diplo’s remix of the MGMT hit single, “Time To Pretend.” Which is arguably the only MGMT song we’ve ever heard that is worth a damn. And it’s here that we must give Diplodicus a kind of backhanded compliment: While it is usually the remixer’s job to take a single, boil it down to its basic ingredients and then rebuild — thereby proving the track’s unquestionable hook-i-ness — in this case, Diplo’s services reveal that, when boiled down, MGMT remixes prove the unquestionable suckiness of everything this band touches. And, so we are understood, this is not about Diplo’s remixing talents, which are well-established and totally bangin’. This is about MGMT becoming a totem for everything that is unfortunate and wrong about music right at this moment. You don’t believe me? Well, listen:

MGMT: Time to Pretend (Diplo Remix)

Now.. Since you had to hear that, here would be one of my personal favorites

Diplo: Wassup Wassup ft. Rye Rye (Crookers Happy Remix)