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Tune in today!! As my partner in crime @dorianmissick (aka #TailwindTurnerwith the burners!!) and yours truly stop by @vnsradio to talk about our latest projects and a guest set!! #VibesandStuffRadio #StoneGrooveRadio#Ustream #DJlife #Radio #Unique74
Alright folks..the day is getting super close..the anticipation is high!! Feels good to jam with the Extra Mild Sauce family once again!! Understand, when I do play out..its with only the best of setting and vibe! This Saturday, we encourage you to join us in exploration of dance, sound & vibe as celebrating the birthday of my homeslice Derrick Wize and the zodiac of the mighty mighty PISCES!! I will be jamming with my STONE GROOVE RADIO partner in crime TAILWIND TURNER!! We are also taping segments of my upcoming music video “Summer Touch” and parts of my mini docu. I will also have “Ski Tees” on deck, just hit me up and I make sure you are laced up with the fresh gear. Join us as we spill the wine THIS SATURDAY!! >http://extramildsauce.com/wine-kandy-march-2nd/
Check it out! Dorian Missick aka TAILWIND TURNER and myself are producing a new radio show that will debut today!! Tune In, Turn It Up & Tell a friend! Spread the word! >>STONE GROOVE RADIO 12pm PST/3pmEST on http://www.urbansoulradio.fm/
Unique74 Presents..AMIR (Kon & Amir, WaxPoetics | NYC) + friends |10.2 | SUNDAY | BLU MONKEY LOUNGE >Hollywood | FREE
MONALISA (Footlong Development | Strictly Social | LA)
ASLOW ONE (BeatCanvas | Sarkus Crew | JAPAN)
DARIUS aka DAUS (Digital iv, So.F.T. ,Headspace | LA)
JAHKOVA (Fast Fwd, The Goods | LA)
SELECTOR da’shon is (9th Temple , SKF Lounge, EDL | EARTH)
TAILWIND TURNER (CHOICE Tuesdays, CHERRY POPPIN’ | NYC)
A-SKI (Unique74 , CHOICE Tuesdays | LA)
The story of Kon and Amir begins in the record bins of Boston. A chance encounter at Biscuithead Records in 1996 would lead to one of the best-kept alliances in the beat digging world. Within a year of their meeting, the pair cut On Track Volume 1, the first in what would be a six part series of mix discs, infecting ears with seamless blends of unparalleled beats and breaks. Over a lifetime of collecting, they’ve unearthed records that define the word rare, pulling from the best in deep funk, soul, jazz, R&B, Latin, reggae, and of course, hip-hop. After the conclusion of the On Track series, the duo secured a five-record deal with BBE/Rapster, and have already released two entries the On Track companion series Off Track, with a third installment set for release in March 2010. No bin is too dirty for Kon and Amir; the DJs have scoured all manner of records spots in their day, braving seedy barrooms and rabid fanatics along the way. It’s all been a part of what is now a discography that goes eight albums deep, including The Kings of Diggin’ with their Japanese contemporary DJ Muro. Over the course of their twelve year career, Kon and Amir have gained legendary status oversees while achieving domestic recognition from some of the most beloved beat-diggers, DJs, and producers in the game. Lord Finesse has referred to the team as “two of the most extraordinary but underrated beat diggers in the game,” and turntable virtuoso A-Trak regards their compilations and mixtapes as underground DJ classics. Like the vinyl they collect, Kon and Amir are of a rare breed. They consistently shake up dancefloors the world over, and their popularity is so high that fans actually offer up their own dusty singles and LPs as a gift to these beloved collectors. Their working command of music history makes them breathing tomes of wax knowledge; to that effect, Shady Records, Dr. Dre, Pete Rock, Diamond D, and Capitol Records (to name but a few) have called upon their expertise. – http://www.bbemusic.com
“Since its inception in 2001, the bi-monthly Wax Poetics magazine has become a bible for seekers of rarefied grooves, message-laden hip-hop, and ephemera from bygone soul and funk eras. It is to publishing what Soul Jazz is to the crate-digging community–not just a distiller of the finest lost sounds in funk, reggae, and jazz but a griot-like teller of their histories. Last year, with the help of Amir Abdullah (of Kon and Amir fame), the magazine expanded to include a label of the same name…” – http://www.xlr8r.com
($4 beer | $2 off all cocktails | drinks specials) + more TBA
Sunday, April 24 at 9:00pm – April 25 at 2:00am
2nd Street Jazz
366 E.2nd St
Every 4th Sunday of the month.
2nd Street Jazz
Come join us at 2nd Street Jazz on Sunday Apr 24th!
We welcome our special guest:
Resident DJs Kuro, Eri(SpinCycle LA), and Wax spin Old School Hip Hop, Jazzy Hip Hop, Underground Hip Hop, 90’s R&B, Soul, Breaks and more.
Good music, great people and no cover all night!!
SATURDAYS | HARLEM PLACE ALLEY >124 w 4th | 11a-2p | DTLA
breakfast.brunch.beats | sangria.soul.saturdays
from the Unique74 family..we present …ASLOW ONE
a weekly Saturday MORNING-AFTERNOON soiree in DTLA..
Eclectic/Soulful Selections & Progressions:
Sangria | Wine | Beer
Breaksfast + Lunch
HARLEM PLACE CAFE (formerly known as LOST SOULS CAFE..ENTER THROUGH ALLEY BEHIND GATES..CORNER IN FAR RIGHT)
124 W. 4th St | DTLA
3/10/11-Writer’s Row (Artwalk Event)| w/ Dj A-Ski @HARLEM PLACE CAFE For the first time at the downtown Art Walk Writers have a place to be showcased! Join us at Harlem Place Cafe.
Enjoy listening to the Written Art. Featuring Writers of all genres. Stick around to meet the Writers.
Occurs each 2nd Thursday of the month, alongside the downtown Art Walk. Free event.
Open Mic portion open to all interested.
3/19/11- A Weekly Brunch Called… SATURDAYS w/ Dj’s A-Ski & TAILWIND TURNER | Special Guest Vocalist: ILHAME PARIS | @HARLEM PLACE CAFE More TBA
MORE TBA…PLEASE RSVP BIRTHDAYS + RESERVATIONS: