I’ve been meaning to remix this for about 2 weeks now and finally decided to let it go! Features my Cut Camp brethren… Gritts, Ace One, Myself, and Skittz. DJ Spoolz with the cuts. The song was originally on J. Brookinz Gateway420 album that dropped last month.
Black Eddie’s new single “Battle of the Sevens” premiered over at Bringing Down The Band last Saturday actually. I did the re-remix on this. Check it
You saw the interview earlier this week that we did with Cut Camp’s Black Eddie (check here), and today you have the release of the Battle of the Sevens single. Not only is there one remix that features a verse and production from The Klinik (track number 2 “remix”), but there’s also one from Cut Camp’s remix-specialist/producer Lonegevity as well (track number 3 titled “re-remix”). Check all of these below at Bandcamp.
Just dropped! Get for free and vote please!
Brought to you in sound and support by the good folks at DJ Booth, as well as us here at BDTB, you have Indianapolis producer LONEgevity‘s 10-track album made up of songs he remixed from Chicago-based Grumpy Old Men‘s last two projects (#FreeLunch and Sunday Skool). This is a FREE project that you can listen and download at DJ Booth, but you also have the opportunity to grab the project plus five bonus tracks from iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify this evening.
Here’s the second single off of my upcoming Sunday Brunch with Grumpy Old Men!
We just recently shared the first single from the DJ Booth & BDTB sponsored project from Grumpy Old Men and producer LONEgevity, and here is the second track that just debuted over at DJ Booth entitled Where It Go. This track features Toronto’s Tona. 4/25/13!
Fresh off inviting rivals to Kick Rocks on the inaugural release off their forthcoming remix tape with beatsmith LONEgevity, Grumpy Old Men return to give their competition another kick in the shins on single number two. Whereas the aforementioned remix was on the grimy side, LONE imbues this cut with a more laid-back brand of swagger, swapping out Don Cannon and Mars’ abrasive synth arrangement for a funkier, sampled beat. His slick bassline and head-noddable percussion are a fitting accompaniment to the bold and arrogant bars delivered by Mike Schpitz and guest spitter Tona. Time for the big question: is this take on the record an improvement over the reader-approved original? If you think so, then don’t miss the rest of the fresh remixes to be found on Sunday Brunch, dropping via The DJBooth next Thursday, April 25.
This single dropped last week and has been featured on DJ Booth, BDTB, 2dopeboyz, and many others. Check! New single drops tomorrow featuring Tona.
Today we share the DJ Booth x BDTB debuted single from the upcoming remix-project between Chicago’s (by way of Kansas and Cincinnati) Grumpy Old Men and Indianapolis producer/emcee LONEgevity. Kick Rocks not only features Lone’s work on the production, but also as a rhymer with the first verse on the song. Be on the lookout for a couple more single’s in the next few weeks, and the project hit’s us on 4/25/13.
Click Here to head over to DJ Booth to check the debut and to download for free.
Not a fan of Grumpy Old Men? Then I have no idea how you ended up on this page—but in any case, you’re kindly invited to Kick Rocks. For those still here, I’m proud to present the world premiere of the duo’s latest effort, song release numéro uno off the duo’s DJBooth-hosted remix tape. Whereas LONEgevity‘s original boardwork was on the grimy side, this version’s bell-fortified bassline has a more laid-back, quirky vibe. As a result, Mike Schpitz and Pete Sayke‘s witty trash-talk comes across as more lighthearted than aggressive. Nonetheless, their punchlines hit home. For more dope reworkings of cuts off recent street album Free Lunch, check out Sunday Brunch when it hits our front page April 25, for free streaming and download.
So, I finished writing a verse for the new Hinx Jones project around 4:30 on Saturday Morning, and I decided to announce on twitter that I was going to finish a song from scratch in an hour. Well, it took a little longer because I had some recording issues, but I knocked this song out from the times of 4:45AM and 6:30AM. Sampled this Nora Jones song for a feel good song for that special relationship. Enjoy
After I was voted to have the top instrumental project from 2012, I was also featured in our BDTB magazine. We interviewed all of the winners…and I just happened to get the most votes in one of the categories. Neat-o. Anywho, I was also the publisher of this…but I’m in it too…so check it out!
Below you will find the debut of our Wrap Up magazine. The intended goal of this was to showcase some of the artists in Indianapolis and the midwest vigilantly pursuing their dreams and goals. Hopefully this will showcase into the lives of a few artists you weren’t familiar with before.
For our first issue, we decided to interview the winners from each category of our first ever yearly Wrap Up voting (which you can check out here). The winners of this years Wrap Up were EJAAZ, DJ MetroGnome, Sirius Blvck with Digital Rabbit, Blake Allee, The Pro Letarians, and Lonegevity. We also have an interview with Chicago reppers Slot-A, Mike Schpitz, Papi Jamon, and DJ Ves120. Check the full publication out below, and feel free to give us some feedback! Thank you for taking the time to check it out!
Publisher: Sean Stuart
Editor: Brendon McAvoy
Assistant Editor: Terrance Colemen
Photographer: Thomas “TR” Roberts
Layout & Design: Thomas “TR” Roberts
Additional Contributor: Kisha Stone
Also, sorry to Blake Allee for the misspelling of his name in the links portion. You can find Blake here: @BlakeAllee / Facebook / Website / email@example.com
Indianapolis to San Diego Cut Camp member Scoot Dubbs has finally wrapped up his full-length The Difference Between Night & Day, and below you can check out his 11-track project. The album features cuts throughout from DJ Spoolz, and has features and production from Yeti-One, Hinx Jones, Freddie Bunz, Skittz, Tony Styxx, Blake Allee, 90 Lbs, Ruse One, Lonegevity, and others. The project was executive produced by Lonegevity and Scoot Dubbs. You can grab a physical copy by clicking here. Stream and download below.
1. Intro (Produced by Joe Harvey)
2. Watchout (Produced by Chopzilla)
3. Scoot Dubbs ft. HinxJones – Enjoy The High (Produced by Ruse One)
4. Beggars (Produced by Lonegevity)
5. Sixteen (Produced by Lonegevity)
6. Scoot Dubbs ft. Yeti-One – Ain’t No Grave (Produced by Yeti One)
7. Scoot Dubbs ft. Freddie Bunz – Box (Produced by 90 lbs)
8. Fight & Resist (Produced by Ruse One)
9. Raise The Bar (Produced by Lonegevity)
10. Scoot Dubbs ft. Tony Styxx, Blake Allee, The Proforms, Hinx Jones – Scoot’s Place (Produced by Lonegevity & Beats and Breakfast)
11. Bang Bang (Produced by Chopzilla)
My tunes in the background of this ARCAMED promo video. Video by TR.