Thursday, October 30, 2008

Dancefloor Dale

You're most likely wondering what the above picture is all about.

If you have a few minutes and are not at work I would highly suggest clicking the link below and watching a little video called Dancefloor Dale directed by Eric Wareheim of (Tim & Eric fame) with music by Flying Lotus.

Seriously. It's a must.

Dancefloor Dale

Quote of The Day: Bobcat Goldthwaite

"America's one of the finest countries anyone ever stole."

- Bobcat Goldthwaite

King Yellowman

So the "Can't Frighten" mix sapped my bandwidth for the entire month in about 6 hours thanks to The Fader readers. Not to fear though I have another account that has some albums for your listening pleasure.

I actually uploaded this Yellowman collection a while back, but lagged on posting it. I should really be writing a letter of apology to Greensleeves for basically freeing up their whole "Most Wanted" series over the last month.

Where should I start with Yellowman? Well for the uninitiated my dude here is an albino Jamaican that ruled dancehall for nearly a decade. His output of almost 5 albums per year in the 80's also cemented his legacy as one of the most prolific deejays to ever come from the island. This collection is pretty wicked and I'd pick it up for "Wreck A Pum Pum" alone. As with the other "Most Wanted" releases lots of disco/12 inch mixes and all that.

Rest In Peace Fat Head a.k.a The Wickedest Sidekick Ever


Track Listing:

Mr Chin
Morning Ride
Who Can Make The Dance Ram (12" Mix)
Yellowman & Fathead - Mr. Wong
Yellowman Getting Married
Zungguzungguguzungguzeng (12" Mix)
Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt
Yellowman & Fathead - Hold On To Your Woman (12" Mix)
Galong Galong Galong
Rub And Go Down (12" Mix)
Body Move
Yellowman & Fathead - Rub A Dub A Play (12" Mix)
Wreck A Pum Pum
Yellowman & Fathead - Rat (12" Mix)
Blueberry Hill
Yellowman & Mrs Yellowman - Where Is Santa Claus

Yellowman "Greensleeves Most Wanted"

Check dude at Sunsplash in 1982

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Heavy Manners in The Fader Mag Again

As promised "Can't Frighten" by Heavy Manners & Tribe of Kings mixed by Dash Eye featuring Demarco.

We chose to debut the mix exclusively through The Fader Magazine as they pretty much are the final word for all things dancehall as far as magazines go.

Just like last year's mix this one features exclusive dubs from dancehall's elite i.e Demarco, Michael Rose, Konshens, and Boom Steppa.

Getting these tunes is a huge pain and a very time consuming process which Dash Eye typically handles for us.

At any rate this one came out ramming and we're really proud of it.

Hopefully this one will hold you over until next year.

Special shouts to: Tribe of Kings, Lemon Red, Fader Mag, DJ Eleven, and Dustin of CDLC for all their help.

Click Here To View Article and Download The Mix

Monday, October 27, 2008

Friday, October 24, 2008

Til' Death

I forgot about posting flicks from my vacation to Vegas a while back. My friends Algot and Kristi a.k.a Krigot got married in what was hands down the most epic wedding I will most likely ever attend.

When most white folks get married you can expect a few things:

1.) At some point during the festivities the dj will play "Love Shack" by the
B 52's (cringe)
2.) Everyone will either complain or praise the food throughout the whole wedding
3.) Some fat chick will be way too dramatic about how pretty the bride looks and cause a total scene

None of these things happened thankfully and this wedding took about 5 minutes in total of ceremony leaving the rest of the night for throwing craze.

The view from the party at the MGM Grand suite 22 second floor

The lovely couple. Not pictured was the HUGE dick stick of margarita Kristi was slurping down. It was 11 a.m.

To all old people getting their fuck on: Gross! Sike. If you got some ass by the pool and want to pug on a cold aluminum Budweiser then by all means do you.

In an Algot stylee.
* That tee he's rocking is soon coming

Upon your arrival guests were greeted with the wedding poster that you were instructed to autograph. Keep in mind that all the relatives signed this thing. Talk about metal up your ass.

Guests were also treated with free locs that had custom K & A Surf Design logos on the side. True quality always stems from the little details.

¡Saul and his hiena whey!

The Fierce a.k.a Desert Winds

No boring ass tuxes around here.

I think I'm becoming way too much of a Seattlite lately. Flannel much?

You no run sound system like we. That's 8 o.g boom boxes connected to one i-pod if you're wondering.

Tim's mom taking shots of vodka.



Thursday, October 23, 2008


I have never wanted a table before in my life until now. Maybe not red though.

Snaked from Revok's blog HERE


Get awesome.

Seattle style.

This is pretty funny if you think about it. It was simply titled: Candy Trap. This dude bought a Green Beret camo suit so he could scare the living sh*t out of kids. Imagine getting all nervous cause you're about to ring the door bell and the bushes just reach out and grab your ass. So good.

Augustus Pablo "Original Rockers"

Someone asked me to post my favorite dub album. Granted I can't say that I listen to copious amounts of dub. I prefer dub versions that still use the vocals versus just straight instrumental only dub. It makes the song have that haunting vibe when they delay the vocal parts of the tune.

Also if you listen to a lot of dub you'll notice that sometimes you can hear a really low level track of vocals in the background. Now if you're hitting the chalice too much you might just think you're hearing things, but I think it is actually due to the fact that most Jamaican studios had only 4 tracks to mix with so if you were trying to use just the bass or drums track you could still hear the singer in the background because they were limited on the number of tracks.

Yeah, I'm that much of f*cking reggae nerd. Sad.

Now this pick may seem like a cop out because it's a no brainer for a dub album, but I think it's because it is simply just so good.


Track Listing:

1. Rockers Dub
2. Up Warrika Hill
3. Cassava Piece
4. Tubbys Dub Song
5. Jah Dread
6. Brace A Boy
7. Thunder Clap
8. Park Lane Special
9. New Style
10. AP Special
11. Tubby's Dub Song (Dub Version 2) *
12. Brace A Boy (Dub Version 2) *


Augustus Pablo "Original Rockers"

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


I'm am going to put you up on some movie shit right here.

JCVD who I practically thought was God incarnate when I was younger who in reality is a 47 year old washed up action hero slash coke head finally plays himself in a film that in a very clever way both validates how far he's fallen while simultaneously having you cheer for him and view him in a whole new light.

Keep in mind I haven't seen this movie yet, but I'll bet dollars to donuts that this flick is going to be good.

Watch The Trailer Here


For all the "Kick Boxer" SDTW heads you already know what you're about to watch below:

Kicked In The Dick

Don't ask what I was googling that made me come across this gem.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Metallica "Kill 'Em All"

As Hallow's Eve approaches us I thought I'd keep with the metal thing and post up some more face melting shit.

This album dropped when I was all of 3 years old. My older sister probably had it as she had all things metal. My first tape purchased was Guns N' Roses "Appetite For Destruction" mainly because of her influence over my tastes at the time.

This little gem was just a bonus image I found while searching for the album cover. Nice.

This is a pretty rad story about the original title and art work for what would become "Kill 'Em All."

Taken from Wikipedia:
The band initially planned to title the album Metal Up Your Ass, and it would boast a cover featuring a toilet bowl with a hand clutching a dagger emerging from it. However, Megaforce urged them to change it and they agreed, switching to Kill 'Em All. This time the cover featured the shadow of a hand letting go of a bloodied hammer. Cliff Burton is credited with coming up with the name Kill 'Em All (referring to timid record distributors) as a response to the whole situation.

This was the original title and cover that the band submitted.


Metallica "Kill Em' All"(Full Album) (Elektra Re-Issue)

Alex Pardee

Alex Pardee is getting into the spirit.


Monday, October 20, 2008

Amon Amarth

I don't know my dick from my hand when it comes to death metal. I am out of my element as Walter Sobchak would put it.

To be technical they are considered a "melodic death metal" group.

So I will save the b.s for another day.

Here's what I like about this record.

- the cover
- the fact that the band's name translates to "Mt. Doom" a la J.R.R Tolkien's L.O.T.R
- they talk about viking stuff
- it wails ass

That is pretty much all I need.

Track Listing:

1. "Twilight of the Thunder God" (feat. Roope Latvala) − 4:08
2. "Free Will Sacrifice" − 4:08
3. "Guardians of Asgaard" (feat. Lars Göran Petrov) − 4:23
4. "Where Is Your God?" − 3:11
5. "Varyags of Miklagaard" − 4:18
6. "Tattered Banners and Bloody Flags" − 4:30
7. "No Fear for the Setting Sun" − 3:54
8. "The Hero" − 4:04
9. "Live for the Kill" (feat. Apocalyptica) − 4:11
10. "Embrace the Endless Ocean" − 6:44


Amon Amarth "Twilight of The Thunder God"

Six One Nine

Just got back from San Diego again.

Good trip.

Lots of sun, rental car debauchery, mexican food, friends, sheep masks, swap meets, bbqs, painting, and such.


Let the mutha burn.

Algot only buys American champagne none of that pussy French shit around hurrrr.

Meeya gets around.

These boots are made for stylin.

Two words: Snake Eat

When zombie dogs attack.

I wish my wife would paint something this epic for me.

"Algot as King Diamond" by Kristi

Art print of an escaping alien with alien corpses strewn about.

Gratuitous dog wiener shot courtesy of Roscoe P. Howl

Algot explaining to us how he believes his dental retainer was in fact stolen out of his home and that he has a Nike Cortez footprint to prove his theory. As of yet no police reports have been filed.

Bar D with Niki G.

Booger Monsters painting by Persue in Niki's pad.

Bumsville women only allow the hunkiest dudes to visit on the weekends i.e myself, The Hulkster, and Tony Danza a.k.a The Boss.


I don't like getting jerked around by TS prostitutes just be honest with me and everything will go a lot smoother.

If you think this looks gay wait until you see the video of it. Way gayer. Is that a word "gayer"?

Sarah's family has gone through a lot over the last few years. It's a real shame cause they were a really good looking family.

Is it weird that I prefer Rusto?

When you're on a real good one, I'm mean like you're really tryin to give er' like Nick is you gots to get some water in ya.

Tookie however thinks water is for total pussies and would never drink that shit. Also hats off to the Tookster for managing to brown bag a 18 pack of Tecate.

My mind started playing tricks on me.

Never has a picture told so much. Best pic of the trip hands down.

San Diego X-Mas decorations. We get an early start on the holidays.

You'd be surprised to see who's body these grizzly looking things are attached to. I however am not.

Sheep Gang playa! We sleep in any weather.

Real talk. I used to work for City Pizza.

We all hate Pete's guts. Here that Pete? You fuckin' loser.

I never got this dude's name, but he seems like a good enough dude. You can tell cause he wears corduroy hats and that kind of thing is usually reserved for like really cool Uncles that teach you how to roll joints and let you sip off their drinks when your Mom isn't looking.

You think you're fashionable cause your tee matches your kicks? You're a loser. You couldn't hold this dude's jock strap b.

This is where we keep the dead suffocated children.

I took this photo for TJ.

You don't work EITHER!

I can't tell if this is supposed to be a Charlie Chaplin nesting doll or just some dude. Either way it is strictly the purest of the pure.

Diamonds in the rough.

Don't fear him.

Honey sign drips.