Saturday Session : HORSE FORCE

Every Saturday night here on 88NINE, we invite a MKE DJ to come into the studio and give us 2 hours of his or her choice.  This helps us provide our listeners with new and unique music that you will not find anywhere else, and it help us reach out further to the Milwaukee music scene.

On Saturday August 7th, we invited up and coming Dubstep producer / Deejay HORSE FORCE into the studio.

Milwaukee native Horse Force, is rapidly becoming one of the stars of Milwaukee’s growing dubstep scene. As a DJ, he is giving this city some of the heaviest bass sounds this side of the Mississippi. As a producer, his original work is catching the ears of record labels and fellow DJs across the globe. He had some great things to say about this city’s dubstep scene, and his hopes for the future of DJ culture here in the Brew City.

Take a listen…

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Freebie: Yo MKE Raps! A Milwaukee Hip Hop Mixtape

I said it before on the air. 2010 will be year of Milwaukee music especially hip hop.  To show that, Milwaukee’s JC Poppe and HipHopDX got together an release a very diverse set of Milwaukee hip hop today for a free download.  The mixtape even includes the track Koolness from Frankie Flowers, which you can hear on 88Nine RadioMilwaukee.  So go ahead grab the free download and support Milwaukee Hip Hop, and remember Hip Hop is not a crime!

The mixtape includes music from Fresh Cut Collective, Prophetic, Dana Coppafeel, KHB, Scott Knoxx and more.

Haz Solo & Dylan Thomas – “Crills”

Freebie: The World’s Greatest Christmas Mixtape

It is the season of giving, and Chris Read and Marc Hype are giving us an amazing mixtape entitled The World’s Greatest Christmas Mixtape. Actually there are two mixes in this free download – one from Chris Read and the otherne from Marc Hype. If you sick of the corny music that you hear in the malls or the holiday office party, you should bring this to the next party you go to or use at your own.  Check out the tracklisting:

TRACKLIST
PART 1: Chris Read – Merry Chrismixx!
1 – Chris Read – Merry Chrismixx Intro (Featuring Nat King Cole, Mike Epps,
Dolemite, Ghostface, Disco 4, Derek B & Sweet Tee)
2 – Lionel Hampton & Sonny Parker – Boogie Woogie Santa Claus
3 – Jackson 5 – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
4 – Petula Clark – Where Did My Snowman Go?
5 – Barry Gordon – Nuttin’ For Christmas (DJ Unite Refix)
6 – Elvis Presley – Here Comes Santa Claus
7 – Eddie Murphy – Doo Doo Christmas Gifts
8 – Mike Epps – Bad Santa Skit
9 – De La Soul – Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa
10 – Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmastime
11 – De La Soul – Simply
12 – Danimal & Lakim – Big Pooh Vs. Santa Claus
13 – King Sun D Moet – Christmas In The City
14 – Margaret Whiting – Misteltoe Kiss Polka
15 – Scoopy – Scoopy Rap
16 – Diana Ross & The Supremes – Born Of Mary
17 – Sweet Tee – Let The Jingle Bells Rock
18 – Ryuichi Sakamoto – Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence
19 – Jackson 5 – Up On The House Top
20 – Run DMC – Christmas In Hollis
21 – Clarence Carter – Back Door Santa
22 – Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin’
23 – Super J – Santa’s Rap Party
24 – James Brown – Signs Of Christmas
25 – James Brown – Soulful Christmas
26 – Bootsy Collins – Winterfunkyland (Excerpt)
27 – Bobby Helems – Jingle Bell Rock
28 – INT – That Magic Of Christmas
29 – Stevie Wonder – What Christmas Means To Me

Part 2: Marc Hype – Jingle Bells ‘09

1 – Blondie ft. Fab 5 Freddie – Yuletide Throwdown (Excerpt)
2 – Mirror Image – Deck The Halls
3 – Dan The Automator – Jingle Bells Remixed
4 – Bing Crosby – Happy Holiday (Beef Wellington Remix)
5 – Cheech & Chong – Santa Claus And His Old Lady
6 – The Soul Saints Orchestra – Santa’s Got A Bag Of Soul
7 – Harvey Averne Band – Let’s Get It Together This Christmas
8 – Electric Jungle – Funky Funky Christmas
9 – Billy Jackson – Have A Happy Christmas
10 – Cold Crew – Rappin’ Christmas (Platurn Edit)
11 – Thurl Ravenscroft – You’re a Mean One, Mr Grinch
12 – Elf Elf & Dok-Im – My Christmas Bells
13 – Derek B – Chillin’ With Santa
14 – Jewel T – Bring On The Sleigh Bells
15 – Fiona Apple – Frosty the Snowman
16 – Martin Mull with The Sondra Baskin Glee Club – Santafly
17 – Funk Machine – Soul Santa
18 – J.D. McDonald – Boogaloo Santa Claus
19 – Pee Pee Dynamite – Groovy Christmas & New Year
20 – Al Hirt – Nutty Jingle Bells
21 – Mirror Image – O Tannenbaum
22 – Billy May Orchestra – Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
23 – James Brown – Merry Christmas I Love You
24 – Martin Mull – Santa Doesn’t Cop Out On Dope
25 – Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby
26 – Tom Waits – Silent Night / A Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis

Freebie: J.Period Presents…The [Abstract] Best, Vol 1

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One of my favorite mixtape DJ J.Period just put out a mixtape which gives tribute to Kamaal The Abstract better known as Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest. The mixtape arrives on the heels of Q-Tips’ amazing release The Renaissance. The mixtape has all-star list of guest appearances including Kid Cudi, Pharoahe Monch, Talib Kweli, ZionI, Black Sheep, ?uestlove and more. You can download the mixtape at J. Period’s website

Q-Tip ft. Stevie Wonder – “What the Fuss (Shook Remix)”

Freebie: A Funkadelic Christmas

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You can’t say I never gave you anything for Christmas.  Check out this holiday inspired mixtape called Funkadelic Christmas from Funkadelic Freestyles, DC to BC, and THATREALISH.

A Funkadelic Christmas is a compilation of timeless Christmas music & clips from various movies, made for the sole purposes of getting yo’ ish real funkadelic on Christmas. Simple isn’t it?

Sufjan Stevens – “The Winter Solstice”

 

Click the read more to for the tracklisting and download link.

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Freebie: Mick Boogie Presents: Adele 1988

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We mentioned the other day that DJ Mick Boogie best known for his Viva La Hova mixtape which combines Jay-Z with Colplay’s Viva La Vida is dropping Adele 1988.  Well it is out and you can grab it here.

Mick Boogie & Adele – “Chasing 1988: The Intro(download)

Mick Boogie & Adele – “Right As Rain(nVMe  Remix)” (download)

Tracklisting:
1) Chasing 1988: The Intro (f/ 6th Sense)
2) Day Dreams (nVMe Remix)
3) Tired (6th Sense Remix)
4) First Love (Remot Remix f/ Naledge)
5) My Same (Garbs Infinite Remix)
6) Melt My Heart To Stone (Kickdrums Remix f/ Big Pooh)
7) Cold Shoulder (Garbs Infinite Remix)
8) Right As Rain (nVMe Remix)
9) Make You Feel My Love (Remot Remix)

Mick Boogie Presents: Adele 1988

From the DJ that brought you mixtapes such as Viva La Hova (Coldplay+Jay-Z), comes Adele 1988 presented by Mick Boogie.  The mixtape will be available for a free download on Decemeber 17th.

Adele’s album 19 set trends and created influence in the pop, rock and international worlds. But what would happen if the vocals and instruments of 19 were combined with the hip-hop sensibilities of the late 1980s, considered by many hip-hop’s golden age?

The result is the new release from Mick Boogie… Adele: 1988.

More than a mashup, it’s a complete reinterpretation of Adele’s album as only Mick Boogie and friends can do.

Executive produced by Mick Boogie and co-starring producers 6th Sense, The Kickdrums, Garbs Infinite, Remot, and nVMe as well as guest vocalists Big Pooh of Little Brother, Naledge of Kidz In The Hall and more!

Available for free download Wednesday, December 17 exclusively at mickboogie.com and pressplayfashionforward.com.