Posts Tagged ‘ghostly international’


ghostly picks stones throw / stones throw picks ghostly

September 5, 2010

I slept on this one . . .two of my favorite record labels picking their favorite songs from each others labels.  They are nice ones to have to complete the record collection and can be found for free or cheap on the internet if you look around.  Nothing really new in terms of songs, but a nice reminder of why these record labels are the best.

Official Album description: ‘To celebrate the unprecedented achievements of two of our favourite independent US labels we asked Peanut Butter Wolf who runs Stones Throw to pick his favourite tracks from Ghostly’s back catalogue; and in return asked Sam Valenti who runs Ghostly to pick his favourite tracks from Stones Throw’s back catalogue. The result is 20 tracks of some of the most innovative and fiercely independent US hip-hop, electronica, and jazz in the last 10 years.’

J Dilla – Make em NV

Charles Manier Bang Bang Lover(dance_mix)


alias collision

July 25, 2009

todd osborn = osborne = soundmurderer


Osborne – Ruling  (beautiful micro house)

Soundmurderer – Badman (ak47 furious jungle)



tadd mullinix = dabrye  = sk1


Tadd Mullinix – The Letter  (ambient blips)

dabrye – Gimme Lowlands  (go west young man)

dabrye – hyped up plus tax   (static metronome)



Soundmurderer & SK-1 – Call Da Police






(ckxu shesaid favourite)

cLOUDDEAD – Pop Song



January 9, 2009


just got back from a trip to the east coast where I was lucky enough to hear some really great music on NYE.  perfect way to spend the first 6 hours of 09!  this was the third time seeing drop the lime in the last year and he killed it again.  every performance gets better! other than the needles bouncing from too much bass he really brought it.  highlight for me was hearing ‘where’s my money’ on a big system (secretly I would start with this song if I dj’d new years eve).  drop the lime even backspun the track (for me I am sure. . . ) can’t forget Michna! seems to be a name we will see more and more of! MATTHEW DEAR! I got to see him live! I have been a huge fan for years, so this was icing on the cake.  to be honest, it was kind of weird going from drop the lime playing new drum and bass and singing and pumping his fists to matthew dear playing (really nice) housetechnominimal.  but the crowd started bumping and dancing right away nonetheless.


here are some messy vids and some music for you!

(if this vid works. . .it’s Drop the Lime comming on at 330am in NYC! YES!)



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