09 June 2009
28 May 2009
What's the goings ons?
Check out the new project The Repositioning from the production team The Aqua League. The project features a host of emcess including yours truly along with Sleepwalkas, Mojo from Dujeous, Prezzure, Niles, and Triboro just to name a few.
Download your free copy of The Repositioning
28 April 2009
What's up a couple of weeks ago we posted the single Big City from Ironhorse member DougSimpson. Today he releases his EP Sketches. The EP features production by the Aqua League with guest vocals from the Ironhorse fam, The Sistah, and yours truly. Also lending a helping hand is Triboro's Fresh Aire. Alright so if you don't know by now, this is a recommended listen.
You don't have to believe us, check it out yourself and let us know what you think.
Download DougSimpson - Sketches
14 April 2009
Check out the new track with us and the good folks known as Sleepwalkas, who we just rocked with last week at the Sapphire Lounge. We had a good turn out, with good vibes, if you missed it....you missed it. The song is called Sleeper Cell and is from the upcoming project The Repositioning produced by the Aqua League due out in May.
Check it out, and let us know what you're thinking.
Download Sleeper Cell
31 March 2009
What it is? Here's a new track from our Ironhorse fam Dougsimpon with guest vocals from a familiar friend from his upcoming EP Sketches. The song's been featured on the Owen Smith's Anonymous DVD and MTV's Real World Brooklyn. That's a super good look if you don't know, ya dig.
Download - Big City
28 March 2009
24 March 2009
15 March 2009
11 March 2009
Things are looking pretty bleak for music these days. If you aren’t aware Virgin is closes it’s megastores here in New York starting with the store at Times Square.
Just today I saw signs for 50% off, whereas two days ago those signs were 25% off. Understanding enough with the state of the economy, but there’s something else that people mainly in New York City may not be paying attention to. With Virgin closing their stores within the city by the summer, that will only leave J&R Music World and Best Buy as the only two major retailers to buy music from. Kind of scary being that Best Buy’s collection of music is very very thin. Personally I think J&R has a better selection, but then again that’s just my opinion.
Does that mean that it’s a prime time for Walmart to make it’s move into the city. Granted from the Walmarts I’ve been to outside of the city the music selection ain’t that great either, but at least we’d have more options.
A bit odd that in a major city of shopping, you may not be able to get music any longer. Hmm……
More after the jump: Virgin Megastore closings
18 February 2009
We're scheduled to go on at 9m.
See you there!