Playing tracks by
One, Stop The Violence Movement, SIXTY THREE, Cypress Hill, Boogie Down Productions and more.
Treading an always dangerous line, with gangstas & gunplay on one side and peace & harmony on the flip, this is a mix that can't decide whether it wants to offer up some powerful social commentary to its listeners--or just force some involuntary head-nods out of them by unleashing a series of pounding beats that only grows bigger and more raw as the hour passes. It's indecisive, bass-heavy, and funky; for long memories and short attention spans alike. Ingredients include some stone cold hip hop classics, newer-school beats, Bmore/Baltimore club, fidget house, a little early dubstep, drum & bass, snippets of '90s alternative rock (yup) and a whole lot of work-intensive cut/paste/loop/recombine play.