Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Red Bull Big Tune

Ah yes, that time is once again upon us. 'Tis the season where producers come to showcase their skills, bitch about politics, do a little dance, and get clowned on by J Moore and Vitamin D. Red Bull Big Tune is always one of my favorite events of the year for all of these reasons and more.

If you like high drama, knockin' beats and fuckery...Neumos is the place to be this Thursday 9/2.

Aloe Blacc Live at KEXP

This was one of the coolest things I've been a part of since I started volunteering with El Mizell on Street Sounds at the beginning of the year. We went in to do a taping of Aloe Blacc and he had brought along members of the group Quetzal to play along for two of his four songs. I was sitting in on the performance and he asked me to film the last few songs. How could I say no?

This is the last song of the set entitled "Politician" and he went into a improvised whistling solo at the end that really brought it home nicely.

Saba & Grynch take Ballard.

The King Of Ballard from Sabzi (townfolkTV) on Vimeo.

This video had me rolling! Great idea and execution by Saba. Nice to see these guys taking on the 'remix' thing with a different spin. Peep the track below.

<a href="http://sabzi.bandcamp.com/album/my-volvo-bolbo-riddim-remix">My Volvo (Sabzi Remix) MAIN by Sabzi</a>

Danny Brown Videos

My awareness of Danny Brown has increased lately, largely because of Jeff Weiss love for him and constant posting. The dude is just another in a long line of incredibly talented individuals from Detroit. In his own words he is "crazy" and watching him in these videos doesn't make me think otherwise.

Peep out the dudes myspace and the assorted blogs you hit for a number of free projects and watch Weiss spot for an interview. Detroit stays killin it.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Eighty4Fly X Nipsey Hu$$tle - Until We Bleed

Man it makes me happy when I hear Seattle rap music that sounds nothing like "Seattle Rap Music". I know, I know, we at Members Only made our name off of the "hipster hop" or whatever the haters are calling it these days. Months ago I pegged 'Fly as the NBT in the Town and I'm starting to believe my own hype. This track is heat rocks, I don't know a lot about it other than its got 'Fly and my personal favorite CA rapper Nipsey Hu$$tle, and that it is called Until We Bleed. Enjoy.

Blunt Talk With... Tanya Morgan

Don Will and Von Pea can control a crowd. I walked into the Columbia City Theater late into their set to see a small crowd in the front of the stage going wild, enjoying the performance. I'm sure a couple heads in the building knew all the words to every song in the set. Seattle has some love for the crew known as Tanya Morgan but the internet is not where you make a living in this music industry.

Rocking a fresh Penn State snap back Don Will was pleasant and amicable to all who approached him. Von Pea was busy getting his drink on and seemed to enjoy the company of the couple ladies mingling after their set. While snapping some flicks with fans I took a stroll with their manager Alex who hipped me to their current schedule, having been on the road for the last week and a half they are now on their way back to the Bay - temporary home base for the team as it's where their label is based.

"I'm gonna hang out and drink coffee," said Don about how he will spend his time in San Francisco. Von is busy putting the final touches on his debut solo joint Pea's Gotta Have It which should continue to brand them as the every man rap group. They are just living life and spitting words to whoever will listen about those journeys.

It's not that their lives weren't like many of their peers growing up. Von still resides in Brooklyn, just a few blocks up from where Jay-Z grew up in the Marcy projects. A neighborhood that also raised Biggie. They'll admit that they've seen it all, partaken in some things.

"I sold that shit for a week, then tried passin off ora gel cause it was easier to get. The crack fiends can't fight you," says Don in a serious tone. It's obvious that these guys aren't interested in talking about drugs. Their music doesn't address these ills they have been surrounded by. Yet they see it speaking to a diverse range of people and that inspires them to try and relate to everyone from all walks of life.

"We see those dudes at the shows, like in Texas and stuff and I'm like what are they hearing. They are hearing it. Even though that's not the content of our raps, we come from that."

Von Pea was certainly faded, sippin down a vodka seven in a matter of minutes after entering the room but he spoke with a passion and desire to have his thoughts heard. Perhaps it is this passion for his music that kept him out of the streets and inspired him to make beats.

Pea's introduction to the art of production took time but he was sold on being a producer after hearing just one song: "Mindpower" off the Tribe album Beats, Rhymes and Life.

"It was just a simple loop with some horns and drums. I was like I know where those sounds come from, I can do this. But back then the big thing to me was equipment, I didn't have a thousand bucks for an MPC - and that's what everyone was using at the time."

Pea wasn't alone in his quest to find cheaper production avenues and thanks to the Okayplayer message boards and an encounter with an emcee out of North Carolina named Phonte camps were united and friendships were made. Von developed a relationship with several of the producers running with the Little Brother emcee and claims he was the one who introduced the camp to Fruity Loops, the 100 dollar program that changed Hip Hop in the early 2000s.

Today they seem, to me, to be the closest group to what Little Brother represented in their prime. But they aren't following any precedencts, in fact the web campagin for their last album was so original that they managed to have fans believing Brooklynati was a real city.

"When we had a gril come up and ask where Brooklynati was, seriously, after we finished laughing at her we were like damn, we've gone to far."

The site still exists and via the soon to be launched Tanyamorgan.net you will still be able to become a citizen but it's existence was strictly for the album of the same name. A project that got them much praise and has taken them to Europe for the first time where they are planning to return to and will hopefully find just as many fans the second time around.

"All of the shows, with the exception of one - don't know what happened there, I could put my mic into the crowd and people could complete my verse," states Don about the love they recived over seas.

While they are on the tour hustle, spreading the brand they have begun work on the next record. They guess they have about ten demos done, but right now the focus is on Von's solo work. While they don't play individual rolls on each other's solo projects they do bounce ideas off each other and taste test tracks as they come.

Von and Don are easy going indviduals, at one point they joked about the cantolope racism going on in the green room as all the fruit was eaten except for the cantolope. "Cantolopes don't grow in Brooklyn man," said Von. This demeanor is what makes their music fun. They capture themselves in the music. They aren't faking the funk as some would say.

The Physics - I Just Wanna Beat

And the saga continues...

Seattle keeps bringing the HEAT on the music video tip. This time around it's my guys The Physics with Jon Jon in the directors chair. I'm not sure what I'm happier about, the fact that there are so many talented musicians, or talented directors in this town. I guess I should just be happy that everyone is stepping their creative game up and doing us all proud.

This vid brings me back to my days at the good old UW and passing time in the library oogling rather than googling. College women will always hold a special place in any mans heart. I might just have to go hit the registration office this week...

And special shouts to Justo for the Temptations twirl!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Brooklyn Beats from The Stuyvesants

The Stuyvesants Two young artists who reside in the Stuy wanted to pay homage to their home, the place that inspires their art. Producing a free album (take a listen via the above player, hit the link to their page to download) that harks back to soulful, lush samples and dusty, knocking drums they created something special for their neighborhood but also for the beat loving head who can't get enough Donuts. But really what they have created is a great beat tape that is in the ether for cats to do with what they would like.

Algorythm and D. Birks are The Stuyvesants. They make funky fresh beats for you to vibe with. They have designed one shirt for sale on their website and are totally open to people utilizing their musical creation free of charge only for credit. Not a bad deal. One film company decided to give the internets a Brooklyn history lesson neighborhood by neighborhood and include some of these beats as the background music. Organic art moving minds. I'm not gonna post all of the clips, you can find more if you would like but here are the guided tours of Bed Stuy and Fort Greene.

Bedford-Stuyvesant from MVMT on Vimeo.

Fort Greene from MVMT on Vimeo.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Tanya Morgan @ Columbia City Theater Tonight!!!!

Tanya Morgan is on the road to Seattle right now! If you are't at all familiar check out this great video giving you their story from meeting on the Okayplayer message board, to getting down with Phonte and Nicolay on the first Foreign Exchange album and on.

Their sophomore project, Brooklynati was released to high hopes and equal praise. It's a good record that should take Hip Hop fans back in time without making them feel as though they are listening to something old.

Almost all the beats are done by either official member Von Pea or unofficial crew producer Brick Beats and they are full of feel good samples, hard drums and enough funkiness to keep your head nodding.

If you are always complaining, wishing for the days of old for Hip Hop this is the group for you. They have a rep for a ridiculous live show, they are Dilla disciples to the end and they love this culture. Brooklynati will put a goofy happy smile on your face as you progress through the tracks and continue to be impressed and inspired by the feel good vibes that so few rap groups choose to convey with their music today.

The trio of Von Pea, Don Will & Ilyas comprise the group Tanya Morgan. They are a dope rap group that has always put their creativity to the test. Producing a new album wasn't enough, they also conceptualized what would have to be any Hip Hop lovers dream city - Brooklynati. Check out the site and get a peak in to the minds of some creative individuals.

Their music is readily available online and their official projects should be in stores in the town. Come out to Columbia City Theater to experience a show Seattle has never seen before from a crew no one is ready for.

If you aren't sold they do have a couple projects you can peep for free:

Tanya Morgan is A Rap Group mixed by DJ Soul

Sunlighting - the first project from the trio put together via trading sessions over the internet.

Free music from creative individuals who are here for one day to rock the town?! Whats not to like! Get these projects downloading and get yourself familiar before the show tonight!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Nosaj Thing "Coat of Arms" x Big K.R.I.T. "Somedayz"

Nosaj Thing - Coat of Arms from rovote on Vimeo.

Nosaj Thing makes cerebral tunes for your mind to get opened to. His 09 album on Alpha Pup, Drift, was an awesome journey through contorted electronics. "Coat of Arms" was one of my favorites upon first hearing it and now listening once again I can remember why Thing was getting so much praise towards the end of the year.

The visuals are a little creepy but I like their rhythmic movement with the song. I guess that would probably be the point if you aren't gonna have actors in your clip.

For what I believe is Big K.R.I.T.'s first video, we hear him rocking over the classic "93 Til'" sample. The calendar shots where each day turns into a different image of Krit rapping is pretty clever and everything about this video pushes the idea of the song forward. Complete ideas put into action.

OL' Small - Back To the Future

I want you to take a minute head over to www.myspace.com/olsmallmusic and check out his crazy new track "Back to tha Future" which was assisted by production marvel and longtime friend P Smoov. If you are only into True School hip hop this may not be for you, if you like to fucking party then give it a spin. This just proves the only thing coming out of the Norf End isn't gangsta rap (or Rippin It).

Thursday, August 26, 2010


So a couple of weeks back, SOTA had the opportunity to go live on air with Marco Collins during the mid day show on KEXP and perform the next day at Seattle Center for their Concerts at the Mural series. It was a pretty awesome experience. Performing live for thousands of listeners followed by an absolutely stunning day at the mural stage is going to go down as one of the highlights of my summer. We owe a lot to the station for helping make SeaCal as successful as its been and were ecstatic when they provided us with this opportunity to gain some new fans.


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Here are some pictures from the experience.

206 Summer Heat Mix by DJ Daps1

Summertime in Seattle is a special season. We don't see the sun but for a few months so when it hits it's time to live it up and have good time. Cracking brews on the beach, smoking blunts in the park, being out with the homies and generally just living life and causing a ruckus. If this sounds about right for you and yours download this funky Sea-Hop mix courtesy of DJ Daps1 and get a soundtrack for your antics.

Keeping things mellow this tape features a good variety of raps from the town. He includes one of my all time favorite summer jams in "Summertime" from Grynch and Geologic - me and my girl Caroline kept that in constant rotation when My Second Wind dropped. I had forgotten about The Physics and Khingz joining the Scholars for that "Town Talk" and how about the awesome "Summer's Here" featuring Ab Creole, Krispy & Nam - is this an early Hi-Life demo?

Daps keeps the mixing succinct and shows off his love for the 6, he pulls from all eras of Seattle Hip Hop proving that this towns current renaissance is no fluke.

Download DJ Daps1 206 Summer Heat Mix here!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Dice @ Jet Set, 5.17.10

The first local show I saw after getting back to Seattle last October featured Dice. It was at Chop and I don't have any recollection of who else performed. I'll leave it at Dice's set was not good. But between then and May she stepped her game up considerably. When Swerve told me he booked her I was skeptical. She made me a fan that night. Rocking over RJD2 was a brilliant move.

This track features an original beat produced by DJ Reign and Dice herself. No rapping this time around, just her pipes which she proves are not a gimmick. Enjoy the videos and come out next Monday for the always good tunes and cheap beers at Jet Set.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Skybourne Rangers

Curren$y has a good thing going right now. Weed rap has taken over the internet and legions of stoners are sitting behind their desk's geeking out over name brand strains and paper planes. Pilot Talk is still getting regular spins and Smoke DZA's filthy free tape George Kush the Button is in constant rotation.

Dame Dash brought together some talented individuals for his latest endeavor and it seems to be paying off. The internet has been hyped on the potential for Jay Electronica and Mos Def to be doing songs together and the inclusion of Curren$y in their team has some heads talking shit and some that much more amped. "The Day" is proof that they are in fact in the lab, but I'm skeptical of a full project ever seeing realization.

Mos Def's legendary status and artistic desires will him to create what he feels, they also allow him to indulge in whatever it is he sees fit. While he may be stoked on Jay and Spitta, at the end of the day he has nothing left to prove so why bother pairing with some younger cats that are only gonna put you to the test everyday. As fans we would love that shit. But is this old man really interested in working like that anymore? I think not.

Big K.R.I.T. is another new voice emerging from the South, the M - I crooked letter state to be exact. While he isn't in the same vein as DZA or Spitta, he does elevate your mind with his rhymes and dedicates little time to the weed talk, his deep voice and buttery flow are irresistible.

These three have appeared on 3 songs together that have been released. The first was from K.R.I.T. Wuz Here entitled "No Wheaties." The second was found on Pilot Talk called "Skybourne" and the most recent, and perhaps the smoothest, is "Etc, Etc" from DZA's latest offering.

Together these three are unfukwitable. Three up and comers all looking for their spot atop the thrown. Their drive to win has propelled them to the cusp of success. The question is what will push the over the top. Curren$y and DZA's love for the giggly bush will never suffice should they like to see real paper from the business. K.R.I.T. could probably do alright on the underground circuit, touring his ass off for the next decade and making a living.

Enter the Skybourne Rangers. Spitta, DZA & Krit unified for one mission: total domination of the rap game. Stop hoping and praying that Mos Def and Jay Elec are gonna get in the lab for a project with dude. How many records have they released in the last 5 years? How many has Curren$y got under his belt? Dude is driven and teaming with cats that have proven to be of the same mindset will only allow them to be inspired off each other - never stifled.

If you aren't hip to the biz on the Rangers I've compiled their three tracks into a nice little folder for your downloading pleasure. I've used a live recording of "Skybourne" so as to avoid any legal repercussions - it features a live band and certainly does nothing to take away from what these three can do together. Enjoy and download here!

Monday, August 23, 2010

Black Milk, Royce & Elzhi are... The Deadly Medley

DAMN... Black Milk has finally captured my attention. Popular Demand was never given a fair shake, Tronic had a few promising moments but this shit right here?! Album of the Year might just be a fair title. Bringing along the 2 best spitters the D has to offer is never a bad idea, you might have to watch this twice.

Saturday, August 21, 2010


Cee-Lo has been one of my favorite artists for well over 10-15 years now and this gem is sure to get him some new fans. He is one of the most slept on lyricists out there. Dude has tremendous range and his wordplay has always been so filthy to me.

I think I just might have to drop this at the club tonight!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

SOTA - KEXP's Concerts at the Mural

This was a really fun show on an absolutely gorgeous day in Seattle. Enjoy.

Sol - "Dear Friends"

The 206 continues to bring their A game on the music video circuit. This week, my guy Sol is dropping his video for the title track of this latest free EP "Dear Friends, Vol 2." This one is directed by Jon Augustavo - who has been steady on it producing some great work for Wizdom and J Pinder - and he captures a fitting vibe with the somber black and white scheme.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Get fitted at RPS this week on the cheap.

I'm dj100proof, and I approve this message...and design...cause I made it.

Keep Your Hood Pass Intact

My 2009 MVP, Dam-Funk, is back with the "Hood Pass Inact" 12 inch single and t shirt. If you are not familiar with the West Coast Boogie Funk Ambassador then this track will give you everything you need to know.

For best results: dust off chucks, throw up dub & walk ever so crippily down the street whilst listening.

Cop it HERE.

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Oddisee continues on his journey to become your favorite producer's favorite producer with his latest free offering "West Coast Beats."

This is my favorite track of the bunch for reasons obvious to those that know me.

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Jarv Dee is the future.


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

SOTA x Cloud Nice - Extrahelladope

...and here it is folks! SOTA's video for their first single off #seacal "Extrahelladope" ft. Cloud Nice. Huge props go to Stephan Gray for such an excellent product.

SOTA - "Extrahelladope" (Official Music Video) from Stephan Gray on Vimeo.

Ya Dig?

If you were somehow not in the building for their monumental performance at Neumo's a few years back, for shame! Digable Planets are back to give you another dose of that blowed out 90's golden age audible excellence Friday, August 21st.

I couldn't be happier about this show, for a few different reasons. One being that I wasn't sure how long their 'hiatus' would last...wondering if I would ever see one of my favorite groups ever perform again after such an amazing reunion tour was tough to swallow. Another reason for celebration is that Members Only's newest signee's Hi-Life Soundsystem (Khingz, B-Flat and Crispy) are going to open and bless y'all with some new classic material. Finally, I am djing the whole shebang, and that makes me a happy Stanley.

Get your advance tickets now.


So the first big announcement of the day comes in the form of world-famous DJ Mick Boogie. Members Only is teaming with HG Lodge and Steady to bring you the Brooklyn mixtape maestro on Saturday 8/21. If you are not hip to his musical stylings I suggest you start with the incredible summer mixtape he put together with DJ Jazzy Jeff. I will be opening alongside local legend DJ Soul One, and this promises to be one helluva party.

We hope to see all of your beautiful faces in the crowd!

Monday, August 9, 2010


MAD RAD - "My Friends" (2010 Capitol Hill Block Party) from Stephan Gray on Vimeo.

Stephen Gray is an absolute BEAST. Be on the lookout for something special tomorrow at noon.


Friday, August 6, 2010

Tanya Morgan @ CCT

This is gonna be an evening of that good ol' fashioned Boom Bap. If you aren't familiar with the Brooklynati, you should get so immediately. Good tunes. Classic vibe. Went with a Brooklyn themed poster on this one and I'm pretty stoked on it. Hope to see y'all there.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

SOTA Promo Vid and Presale

State of the Artist - Columbia City Theater - August 14 from Columbia City Theater on Vimeo.

Presale: Brown Paper Tickets

Khingz - Pho99

Khingz has always been one of my favorite emcees in the town, and we are proud to say that we are welcoming him into the M.O. fold with his next full length release with B Flat and Crispy, Hi-Life Soundsystem.

That said, here is a little something to whet your appetite...the title alone makes me hungry. It's his newest mixtape Pho99 - available for FREE on his bandcamp - and as usual, it's filled with clever wordplay, his signature polar bear toenail delivery and calm confidence that we expect from such a seasoned local vet.

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Can't wait to hear more from him...ahem.


So our 1 year anniversary was one for the ages. Not only did we have the rooftop of HG lodge packed for over 7 hours, we managed to wrangle 15 of the best Seattle area hip hop acts and 4 djs in one place and KEPT IT AHEAD OF SCHEDULE. I mean, anyone that has been to, worked at, or put on a hip hop show knows that this might be the first time in history that has ever happened.

Regardless, the beers were cold, the cake was monsterous, the bbq was fired up and the party people came to...party.

We were fortunate enough to have these heavy hitters come through: Canary Sing, Grynch, Victor Shade, Spaceman, OC Notes, Cloud Nice, Katie Kate, Luck One, Hi-Life Soundsystem, Q Dot, Darktime Sunshine, XP, Dyme Def, Sol and J Pinder. As well as djs: Shorthand (of the Filejerks), Swervewon, Radjaw, Clint Westwood, Sosa and myself.

So a big thanks to everyone that came out and celebrated with us. Turns out that we kinda have this party throwing thing down at this point. It took a year of practice...

To see the rest of the pictures from the event check out my photostream on flickr.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Going Hard In the Paint

Definition: Serge Gainsbourg

The Greatest Living Musician

Don't agree? I will fight you.

I am so fortunate to have seen this man perform a couple summers back. Who knows if he'll ever come around this area again. What an inspiration.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Best of Quantic

If I were to stop my current stint of creative A.D.D. and focus soley on music production, I would want to emulate Quantic. He epitomizes everything I love about fusing genres, blurring the lines between vintage/retro and contemporary and incorporating live instrumentation...helping me discover a zen-like space between my ears that often washes away any stress or day to day nonsense. His music is theraputic and mellow on the surface, yet intricate and somewhat complex in terms of composition.

Here is a perfect example of Quantic's amazing work for your listening pleasure... A 'Best of' mix compiled and mixed by Jeremy Sole to prepare you for his latest release 'Flowering Inferno.'

Lo Mejor y Sabor de Quantic (by Jeremy Sole) by Tru Thoughts

Via: Wax Poetics

Monday, August 2, 2010

Rick Ross is actually a good rapper (And Kanye is still pretty amazing)!

So I had been hearing more and more about the new Rick Ross record "Teflon Don" so I ended up giving it a listen and I have got to say I am really impressed. I was afraid of another cornball Mafioso Rap retread as the last Rawse album I paid attention to was his much hyped debut "Port of Miami" which was just that. Since then he has released a couple more records and was exposed as a former Corrections Officer during the biggest Bodying ever, via "King of Beef" 50 Cent. At that point any notion that Rick Ross would ever be taken seriously was destroyed, or so I thought. "Teflon Don" is a huge step up from any previous material he has released, its like he took his lumps and learned from them, who knew?

Here's the song I play the most the Kanye produced/featured "Live Fast, Die Young" a song where Ross goes hard over a very "busy" Kanye beat.

Dam-Funk: Future Sound of Modern Funk Mix

Dam-Funk put together a 45 minute mix last week while on tour in Croatia called the Future Sound of Modern Funk. I don't suppose I need to tell you what it covers, and how good it is. Well...it's funky...and it's awesome.

Download the 45-minute Dam-Funk mix:
The Future of Modern Funk (MP3)

J1 – LiftOff [intro]
Devonwho – Slapshot
Reggie B – Khemitian Temple [Instrumental Version]
Teeko X. – BustAMOVE!GO!OFF
Chesca & Elliot York – Twilight Fades
B. Bravo – Two 2 Tango
AD Bourke – Cosmic Connection feat. Amalia
Distant Starr – Here We Go
Odidisee – Curl
Pudge – Jungle Funk [Jus Dance]
Subtitle x DâM-FunK – Experts
AD Bourke – One For Me
Grooveman Spot – Affection feat. Ahu
Teeko / Dibia$e / Devonwho – Young Funklords
Electric Wire Hustle – Unknown Instrumental aka Track 8
Computer Jay – Slipping!!
Fatima – Warm Eyes
Dam-Funk – The Funk Is 4 U/Outro [Unreleased]
Via: Stones Throw

Sunday, August 1, 2010

SOTA 'My Shine' @ the CHBP

This show was preeeeeeeeeetty sweet.