Tag: bootleg

DEAD AIR BASS 32 (A WORLD WITHOUT BOWIE) ((MARCH 2015))

FOREWORD

In 2012, VICE MAGAZINE¬†published an article asking “What will you do when David Bowie dies”? Before then, it had never occurred to me that David Bowie COULD die, and I got worried. What will I do? There’s no other artist that has been a bigger influence on the direction I’ve gone…



TOP 10 of 2015

I’m not big on count downs. This is just about the only time you’ll see one on this blog. An ordered list of the 10 songs I gave the most support to over the past 365. It’s an annual tradition now running 6 years long.



DEAD AIR BASS 023 (#MCADAY2015: A BOOTLEG TRIBUTE TO THE BEASTIE BOYS) ((MAY 2015))

On May 4, 2012, Adam Yauch passed away, marking the end of a band that has been described as “our generation’s Beatles”. 3 years later, many of us have dedicated ourselves to keeping their music fresh in…



DEAD FRIDAYS: NYC BOOTLEGGIN’

My good buddy, ROCCO FERRER, once mentioned that some of his all-time favourite tracks are BOOTLEG REMIXES. I have to agree with him there. Some of the best music in the world gets made without permission from the original artists. A Bootleg is often the result of a good producer hearing something they…



CATurday!!

Your procrastination just got a whole lot better, cuz it’s CATURDAY on DKGL! Let’s get cutesy.

 

^ I don’t know if I’ve ever LOLed this hard. This is what really does it for me.

 



DEAD AIR BASS 016: !!!HAPPY 4TH BIRTHDAY DKGL!!!

After a brief hiatus, DAB is back just in time to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of DEADKIDSGETLIVELY.COM. The entire broadcast is made up of tunes available for free download EXCLUSIVELY from the blog….



DEAD AIR BASS 015 (THE FUNKY BEAT) ((JULY 2014))

This is gonna be an interesting theme. Modern urban sounds mixed with oldschool breakbeats. As usual, I’ll make sure it’s as ecclectic aspossible, but all centered around that FUNKY BEAT.



THROWBACK THURSDAYS: CUZ I’M A JUNGLE BROTHER

Normally, any REMIX relies, heavily, on the appeal of the original song, as far as it’s worth is concerned. It’s only on rare occasions that, through it’s re-imagining, a remix is able to insurmountably overshadow the original. In 1996, the DRUM N BASS world saw one such instance.

JUNGLE BROTHERS – JUNGLE BROTHER (TRUE…



THROWBACK THURSDAYS: THE YEAR EVERY RAVER WAS ARD N NASTY

I give you a killer 1996 HARDCORE bootleg of a ROCK anthem that I’m sure you know, even if you’ve never seen WAYNES WORLD.

ARD N NASTY VOL 1

DOWNLOAD: Ard N Nasty…



THROWBACK THURSDAYS: DON’T YOU WANT THE HUMAN LEAGUE

If you’ve seen the YEAR 4 RELAUNCH post, you know exactly how excited I am about this new weekly feature.

THE HUMAN LEAGUE – DON’T YOU WANT ME

The story of THE HUMAN LEAGUE’s most prominent hit song, DON’T YOU WANT ME, is an almost romantic tale of unsuspected success. The song is…