Posts Tagged ‘music’

Bounce Bounce

30May08

My 30 minute mix from May 11th’s edition of Revolutions on WERS 88.9 FM, Boston. 1. Alias “Hot Feet” 2. Egor Boss “Superfreak” (Miles Dyson Remix) 3. Beastie Boys “Sabotage” (DJ Kue’s OMG Remix) 4. Michael Jackson “Thriller” (Laidback Luke Bootleg) 5. Armand Van Helden “You Don’t Know Me” (GRUM Remix) Get it here.   […]


My 30 minute live mix from last night’s edition of Revolutions. Click here to take off! 1. House Music United “Yes We Can” 2. Kaskade “4 AM” (Adam K & Soha Mix) 3. Adam K & Soha “Long Distance” 4. Superbass & Tom Novy “Rocketman” (Paul Harris Mix) 5. Pryda “Pjanoo” (Robbie Nips and Boy Nunzi Mix)


I’m loving MTV’s new Buzzworthy/Artist of the Week promos featuring Portland’s The Gossip. Even though, the buzz has been “worthy” for over a year now. If you can, check out the video where lead singer Beth Ditto explains how those of us born between ’80-86 who are musically active are successful products of the Michael Jackson musical revolution. I […]


The Crystal Method (who you probably remember) and Filter (who you might remember). Think this was probably on the Spawn soundtrack. Yep, definitely was. And I probably stayed up “late” to watch it in my tweens (long before the days of streaming video).


Mini Mix

15Apr08

Will Save: Revolutions Live Mix / 4.12/08 / WERS 88.9 FM 1. Aston Shuffle “For Everyone” (Stupid Fresh Mix) 2. deadmau5 “The Reward Is Cheese” (Original Mix) 3. Alter Ego “Why Not?” (Tim Deluxe Remix) 4. DJ Die Young “In a Big Country” (Bootleg Remix) 5. Marc Romboy, Stephan Bodzin “Callisto” 6. Will Save “Zinga […]


Celebrities and musicians are blogged about daily, but rarely host their own blogs (unless they have a daring publicist to do it for them). One blog that I’ve been eyeing for quite awhile though, is Mr. West’s Kanye Univercity. He’s the rapper that has positioned himself as one of the greatest producers of our generation, […]


A few days ago, MySpace announced it was going head to head with iTunes with their long anticipated MySpace Music service. The site has already earned a reputation for being the online spot for A&R reps to seek out the next big thing, and now Tom is feeling confident enough to bump heads with Steve Jobs. […]