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Music for the A Game Part 2
May 13, 2008 06:39 PM PDT
A 50 minute dj mix of select underground tracks. Downtempo, Hip Hop, House, Reggae, Salsa.The follow-up to the original Music For the A Game Mix. Track Listing: 1. Intro 2. BoBo Break - Rebel Crew 3. Don Goyo - Rebel Crew 4. Coro Miraye - Fania All-Stars 5. The Go Off! - Le Scratch Funk 6. Further Explorations into the Black Hole - DJ Z-Trip 7. Faust and Shortee 8. Beastie Boys - Body Movin' 9. Budy Bye - Johnny Osbourne 10. Dirt off your shoulder - Jay-Z vs Marc Mac 11. Allure - Jay-Z vs Marc Mac 12. Street Sounds - Turntables on the Hudson 13. Intenso Azul - Quasamodo
November 03, 2006 10:07 PM PST
Hip Hop goodness Track Listing: 1. Can I have it like that - Gwen Stefani/Pharrell 2. Missy Elliott - Workit 3. K-OS - Superstar Part Zero 4. Common 5. Biggie Smalls - Big Poppa 6. MF Doom - Super 7. Hate it or Love it - 50 Cent 8. Gimme Some More - Bust Rhymes 9. Digable Planets/Jeru - Graffiti 10. C.R.E.A.M - Wu-Tang Clan 11. Biggie Smalls - ? 12. Cock the Hammer - Cypress Hill 13. Paul Wall - Sittin' Sideways 14. J-Love/Wu-Tang 15. ?
Another Night Out
November 01, 2006 05:16 PM PST
Mix I did about 5 years ago. Groove-oriented mellow tracks on the Buddha Bar / Deep Forest tip.
Music for the A Game
October 21, 2006 07:58 PM PDT
The sounds of the underground downtempo/hip hop scene....1 hour continuous mix influenced from my trips to the San Francisco Bay area. Think Future Primitive..Think Stones Throw
Join me as I dig the crates for the finest song selections you won't hear on the radio.
Marco S. began spinning electronic music in the mid 90's. Having been influenced by the new wave/industrial sound of the time as well as the bass and freestyle scene going on in Miami, he started collecting records and soon after bought his first turntables. After hosting his own radio show at Miami Dade Community College, he decided to put some more time into practice and started playing house parties and bars when he moved to Gainesville. Coming back from college to a totally different music scene, he continued to dj and do sound at Bayside/Hard Rock in Miami, SOHO Lounge in downtown, as well as various other clubs and one-off's. Fast forward to 2008, you can catch him at various gallery openings throughout the downtown Miami area.
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