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  • Birthday 03/14/1930

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  1. dailysession.com mix archive

    June 9 - 13, 2008 Monday: Zakka, NYC DJ Monchan Jesse Mann Tuesday: Nise Music Nise Music Wednesday: A1 Records Jeremie Thursday: Fat Beats The Fat Beats Review Friday: Halcyon Presents Nu Pschidt DJ Stress NYChavok Tune In Live Now: Itunes Windows Media Player
  2. If you missed the live broadcast on dailysession.com last night, the archive is available to stream or download here: DJ Vadim live from Halcyon 06.05.08. He played a pretty dope set of reggae, dub and hip hop which suited the hot summer vibe at Halcyon last night perfectly! A few pics of the night are posted here.
  3. Please join dailysession.com and Halcyon for a special event featuring BBE recording artist DJ Vadim tonight at 7PM! Join us live, in store (57 Pearl Street in Dumbo), or online at dailysession.com. Details are on the flyer below... www.dailysession.com www.halcyonline.com www.djvadim.com
  4. Live sets broadcast from NYC on dailysession.com: Transmissions from New York's Underground! Enjoy... Zakka 04.28.08 Hr.1 Mixed by DJ Monchan 01. Letta Mbulu – Pula Yetla 02. Tammi Terrell and Marvin Gaye – California Soul 03. Little Sister – You’re the One 04. Instant Funk – Scream and Shout 05. D Train – Keep On 06. Chas Jankel – Glad to Know You 07. Tangotejere Edit – Woman of the World 08. Reeno – Planet Funk 09. Chain Reaction – Dance Freak 10. Side Effect – Always There 11. Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – 100 Days, 100 Nights Zakka: 04.28.08 Hr.2 Mixed by Takaya Nagase 01. Konk – Your Life 02. The Earons – Land of Hunger 03. The Quick – Zulu 04. Tia Monae – Don’t Keep Me Waiting 05. Billy Frazier and Friends – Billy Who? 06. ISH – Don’t Stop 07. Ronny Jordan – On The Record 08. Doobie Brothers – How Do The Fools Survive? 09. Barrabas – Mellow Blow 10. John Lennon – Give Peace a Chance 11. John Lennon – Cold Turkey 12. Yoko Ono – Kiss Kiss Kiss Nise Music 04.29.08 Hr.1 Mixed by NISE 01. Echospace - CV313 [Dimensional Space] 02. Rob Salmon, Rob Rives - Running Towards A Dream [Rob Rives RMX] 03. Powder Beats 2 - Dirt Bag 04. G-man - Qo Vadis 05. Radio Slave - What Happened 06. Deepchord and Mike Huckaby - Sound of Thought 07. Robert Hood - Strobe Light Nise Music 04.29.08 Hr.2 Mixed by DJ Dex (Underground Resistance) 01. Steview Wonder - Race Babbling - Motown 02. Mad Mike - First Galactic Baptist Church - UR 03. Orlando Voorn - Boogie Knights - Ignitor 04. Suburban Knight - Moonrays - UR 05. Mad Mike - HiTech Dreams - UR 06. Gerald Mitchell and Fabrice Lig - Uncontrollable - Submerge 07. Z Track - UR 08. Dennis Ferrer - Black Man in Space - Objektivity 08. DJ Dex and Esteban Adame - Esfuerzamos - UR test 09. Oscar G - Pimpin - Nervous 10. Moodymann - Technologystolemyvinyl 11. Los Hermanos - Central Nervous System - Submerge 12. Victor Simonelli - Bateria - West Side 13. Gabriel Ananda - Egge - Karmarouge A-1 Records 04.30.08 Mixed by Mike 01. Pleasure – Joyous 02. Roy Ayres – Brother Green 03. Manzel – Space Funk 04. Shack Up 05. L.T.D – Cutting It Up 06. Brother Johnson – Aint We Funkin’ Now 07. C. Esposito – Coke 08. I Wouldn’t Change a Thing 09. Double Trouble – People are Changing 10. Grey and Hanks – Dancin 11. Vernon Burch – Get Up 12. Gino Soccio – Dancer 13. Eddie Grant – Time Warp 14. Connie Case – Get Down 15. Chaz Jankel – Glad to Know You 16. The Strikers – Body Music 17. The O’Jays – Put Our Heads Together 18. George Duke – I Want You For Myself 19. Tortured Soul – Why (DJ Spinna Remix) 20. Black Magic – Make it Funky 21. Erro – Change For Me 22. MAW – Ekabo 23. Manu Dibango – Big Blow The Fat Beats Review 05.01.08 01. Bash Bros feat. Sean Price and Big Pooh - Rock The Spot 02. LL Cool J, Jim Jones, Method Man, Krs-One, Lil Kim - The 5 Boroughs 03. Heliocentrics Feat. MF Doom and Percee P - Distant Star 04. Prodigy - The Dough 05. Pharoahe Monch - Broken Heart Halcyon Presents Nü Pschidt 05.02.08 Hr.1 Mixed by Bruce Tantum [Time Out New York] 01. Move D – Quit Quittin EP 02. Osborne – Fresh 03. Nick Cachona – Eagle City 04. Daso – Pars Tensa 05. Vincenzo – My Vibrations 06. Richard Villalobos – Unplug 07. Luna City Express – Seven 08. Dirt Crew – Mindforce 09. Ramirez – Hablando (Radio Slave Breakdown Mix) 10. Spirit Catcher – Voo Doo Knight Remixes (Wagon Cookin Deep Rmx) 11. Jesper Dahlback – No Boarding Halcyon Presents Nü Pschidt 05.02.08 Hr.2 Mixed by Place 42 01. Naibu – Unknown 02. Mathematics – Lullaby of Clubland 03. Funky Technicians – Airtight (Furney Remix) 04. Crix – I Don’t Want to Lose You (Nookie Rmx) 05. Alix Perez – This Is How 06. Unknown 07. Naibu – Pacific 08. Calibre – Don’t Go 09. Lanzman and Switch – No More Tears 10. Electrosoul System – List 11. Qumulus – Believe in You 12. Naibu – Unknown dailysession.com: Transmissions from New York's Underground!
  5. dailysession launch

  6. dailysession launch

    New York’s Soul Survives: dailysession.com, a new online media source for New York’s underground music culture, helps reestablish the city’s collective soul. In recent years, New York City has undergone a physical change, losing many of the cultural institutions that helped provide its creative edge to high priced condos, velvet ropes and block after block of national corporate chains. Most of the enduring independents have fled Manhattan, leaving behind a heavily fragmented community. Not surprisingly, the artistic ethos that these places helped sustain has suffered a similar fate; drowned out by banks and bottle service, it has been forced into a disjointed existence. As a result, for the first time in its colorful history, New York City is without a cohesive underground culture. As the city concedes its remaining character to corporate America one question can be heard echoing throughout its streets, “Has New York Lost its Soul?†Listen carefully and you’ll hear a filtered 4/4 kick drum emanating from a storefront in the East Village. Look in the right place and you’ll find four manned 1200’s spinning Nü Pschidt down under the Manhattan Bridge. Guys in baggy jeans are still writing lyrics in a stairwell on 6th Avenue, just like they did a decade ago at the apex of New York City’s hip hop culture. And fresh paint is still drying at the 18th street ghost station on the 4/5 line. On the surface, Starbucks may be in control but, deep down - where it really matters - New York’s soul survives! Dailysession.com is bridging this gap in New York City, making it easy to stay connected despite the city’s changed landscape. Weekly radio, video and event transmissions from dailysession and partners Breakbeat Science, Halcyon, Fat Beats, Nise Music and Zakka collectively create an online representation of New York’s underground music culture and reestablish the cohesive voice quieted by Manhattan’s recent boom. Be a part of this voice at the live daily sessions, online at dailysession.com and at local events listed in the calendar. The Big Apple may have changed but, at its core, New York’s soul remains the same. Stay involved with dailysession.com: transmissions from New York’s underground.
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