Dubspot Podcast #17 Mixed By OP! (of I Love Vinyl) by Op! on Mixcloud Track List: 1. Olivier Daysoul (Oddisee Original) by In The Now 2. Olivier Daysoul (Duke Hugh Remix) by In The Now 3. Zed Bias feat. Jenna G by Show Some Appreciation 4. Donaeo by Party Hard 5. Culoe De Song feat.
Dream Circle and Unemployable Music want YOU to remix “So Many Things” We are extremely appreciative for our fans which is why we want YOU to remix our song. The contest is also featured on Remixcomps.com! We will listen to all of your remixes and select a WINNER. The Winner will receive: – A featured
Beyoncé’s surprise release is not only generating lots of buzz, but also lots of controversy. Amazon and Target have refused to sell the new album, perhaps as retaliation for giving iTunes exclusive download rights for its first week of sales. Nonetheless, the album was iTune’s fastest-selling record ever, with 828,773 records sold over the weekend,
Did you ever wake up in the middle of the night with the desire to turn your site into a radio station? Hey, anything is possible on the internet right? Thanks to some geeks in Amsterdam, you can now make this happen via your website feed. For WordPress users its very simple just claim your
In October of 2012 Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast causing more than $50 billion in damage. To commemorate Sandy and to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and living sustainably, Dream Circle, also wrote and produced the song and video to highlight the connection between Hurricane Sandy and how nature “fights back” so to
Track Listing: One Blood – Junior Reid Original – Dream Circle Get Up Stand Up (Thievery Corporation Remix) – Bob Marley Chase the Devil (Max Romeo) – N.A.S.A. Calvert Street Rock – Ancient Astronauts After the Fall (David Sitek Remix) – Norah Jones Jah Army feat. Damian Marley and Buju Banton – Stephen Marley Pray
Unemployable Music is looking for new music to add to our catalog. We have licensed tracks for use in Future Car on Discovery Channel, Austrian Reality TV shows & snowboarding videos, a Samsung commercial, BOMB IT / a graffiti documentary & other docs and film projects. In partnership with I NEED VID, a video production
Shrine NYC is one of the more eccentric and fun places to perform. The Harlem venue is named after Fela Kuti’s club and performance space in Nigeria during the 70’s. Shrine curates unique bands and DJs, charges no cover and has a fantastic sound system. They are “dedicated to art and culture in all mediums: