Max I Million feat. CL Smooth & Skyzoo – Perfect Timing (Remix / Instrumental) [Audio]

To celebrate the many phenomenal instrumentals that have landed on our projects over the years, Coalmine Records is pleased to release of our first instrumental compilation, “Beats, Mines and Life: An Instrumental Journey”. The 14 tracks on here capture the brilliance of several of the producers we’ve worked with in recent years. These include numerous living legends who have carved out a massive niche in the game, including the likes of Nottz, Ayatollah, M-Phazes, and Khrysis. Also featured are the underground stalwarts like DJ Concept, Max I Million, J57, Small Professor, and Thelonious Martin, all of whom are cementing their place in the Hip-Hop world. The 50 minute Journey highlights both serious bangers and low-key headnodders alike. For the trunk-rattlers, we have joints like M-Phazes’ shimmering beat for Blu’s 2012 single, “Kiss The Sky”, in addition to his creeping “Midnight Madness” instrumental from Heltah Skeltah’s 2011 EP of the same name. Elsewhere, you’re bound to break your neck to Nottz’ “Atlantis” (off his “Titans in the Flesh” EP with Blu), chill along to J57’s dusty “The Art of Sole” (off Aaron Rose’s 2016 EP, “Elixir”), and feel the soul of Thelonious Martin’s “They Don’t Know” (off his 2017 released “Molotov” LP with Saga). Like many of our releases, “Beats, Mines and Life” pays homage to the Hip-Hop greats who have come before us. Of course, the title is a callback to A Tribe Called Quest’s classic 1996 LP, “Beats, Rhymes & Life”, and a tribute to the life and art

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Gilles Peterson – Clyde Stubblefield Tribute Mix [Audio]

Clyde Stubblefield played drums for James Brown for 6 years but his legacy has lasted a lot longer than that. His rhythms have been extensively sampled and particularly his ‘Funky Drummer’ break helped lay the foundations of Hip Hop, and later jungle and a whole world of electronic music. RIP Clyde Stubblefield April 18, 1943 – February 18, 2017 Press play below. Peep the the tracklist after the jump.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 16.01.17

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Throwback time! Press play and enjoy. Record Of The Day: The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk – I Feel It Coming Playlist The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face **Record Of The Day** The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk – I Feel It Coming George Michael – The Strangest Things George Michael – Faith Prince – Kiss The Notortious B.I.G. feat. Lil Kim – Would You Die For Me Michael Jackson feat. The Notorious B.I.G. – This Time Around 112 feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Mase – Only You (Remix) Foxy Brown feat. Blackstreet – Get Me Home LL Cool J – Loungin’ (Who Do Ya Luv) Lost Boyz – Renee Mr. Cheeks feat. Stephen Marley – Till We Meet Again Mr. Cheeks feat. Pete Rock, Journalist & CL Smooth – Reminisce 2003 Pete Rock & Cl Smooth – They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.) 2Pac feat. The Notorious B.I.G. – Runnin’ (Dying To Live) Download here (right click and save as…)

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CL Smooth feat. Skyzoo & DJ Devastate – Perfect Timing (Max I Million Remix) [Audio]

Sweden’s Max I Million chefs up a smoothed out remix for Coalmine Records’ classic cut, “Perfect Timing,” which features both C.L. Smooth and Skyzoo. Adding to the remix, we find DJ Devastate contributing a soulful, yet razor sharp scratch chorus to replace the original hook. The single, which was first released in ’08, and originally produced by Australia’s M-Phazes, is now available on 45 in limited quantities, exclusive for Record Store Day. Please note that only the original version (main and instrumental) are featured on wax.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 23.03.16

Da Wednesday Underground Flava – Underground & Old School Tunes Non-Stop Host: DJ P.R. Throwback time! Record Of The Day: Back on Friday! Playlist Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg – Lil Ghetto Boy King Tee feat. Ice Cube & Breeze – Played Like A Piano Diamond D – Check One Two Pete Rock & CL Smooth feat. Grand Puba – Skinz Edo. G & Da Bulldogs – I Got Ta Have It De La Soul feat. Biz Markie – Lovely How I Let My Mind Float Downtown Science – Room To Breathe (Instrumental) A Tribe Called Quest – Clap Your Hands Show & AG feat. Diamond D & Lord Finesse – Diggin In The Crates Souls Of Mischief – Disseshowedo 3rd Bass – Green Eggs And Swine Positive K – Nighshift Grand Puba – Ya Know How It Goes (T Ray remix) Ice Cube – Steady Mobbin EPMD – Crossover (Trunk mix) Gang Starr – Flip The Script Armand Van Helden – A Deep Hip Hop Kinda Love Download here (right click and save as…)

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TrackBlasters Radio: 06.07.15

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Summertime is throwback time! Today, Jazzy Jeff and Mick Boogie take us on a trip down Memory Lane with their “Summertime 6” mix. Enjoy! Record Of The Day: Back on Wednesday! Full playlist, stream and download link after the break.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 04.02.15

Da Wednesday Underground Flava – Underground & Old School Hip Hop Non-Stop Host: DJ P.R. Today, DJ Shusta takes us back to the 90s with his dope “Golden Remix Era” mix. Enjoy! Record Of The Day: Back on Friday! Playlist Gravediggaz – Mommy Whats A Gravedigga (Uptight Cratedigga Mix) Kool G Rap – It’s A Shame (Da Butcher’s Mix) Ill Biskits – Hypnotic Blessings (God Bless Your Life Remix) Jeru The Damaja – Me, Not The Paper (Remix) Stieber Twins – Fenster zum Hof (Remix) Artifacts ft. Busta Rhymes – C’mon Wit Da Git Down (Buckwild Remix) Grand Puba – A Little Of This (Shuga Remix) Diamond D ft. Cru – The Hiatus (Remix) Rakim – When I Be Flowin (King Tech Remix) Lord Finesse ft. Big L – Yes You May (Remix) Lord Finesse ft. O.C. & KRS One – Brainstorm/P.S.K. (No Gimmicks Remix) LL Cool J ft. Keith Murray & Foxy Brown – I Shot Ya (Remix) The B.U.M.S. – Take A Look Around (Vinyl Reanimator Remix) The Nonce – Bus Stops (Token And A Transfer Remix) The Roots – Silent Treatment (Kelo’s Mix) Peanut Butter Wolf ft. Rasco – Run The Line (Lord Finesse Remix) Channel Live ft. KRS One – Mad Izm (Buckwild 95 Remix) Walkin’ Large – Do That (Lord Finesse Remix) Main Source – Just Hangin Out (Your Hood Remix) BuckShot Lefonque – No Pain, No Gain (Salaam Remi Remix) Hit the jump for the full playlist, stream and download link.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 03.10.14

Da Fat Friday Afternoon – The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend Host: DJ P.R. Today, the legendary DJ Jazzy Jeff takes over TB Radio with this dope mix he did for the SeratoCast series. Enjoy! Record Of The Day: Back on Monday! Playlist Pharrell – Happy Missy Elliott – Sock It 2 Me (Kaytranada Remix) Missy Elliott – The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) Big Sean – Dance (A$$;Edited) Lenny Kravitz – Fly Away Lloyd Banks feat. Juelz Santana – Beamer, Benz Or Bentley Diplo feat. Nicky Da B Gent & Jawns – Express Yourself (Remix) Logic – Making Love ScHoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar – Collard Greens Collie Buddz – Come Around Mims feat. Cham & Junior Reid – This Is Why I’m Hot (Blackout Remix) Sade – Your Love Is King DJ Babu – Super Duck Breaks Track 8 Stevie Wonder – Pastime Paradise UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN Shirley Ellis – The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap) (Single version) Jay-Z – Somewhereinamerica Drake – Started From The Bottom UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN Missy Elliott – Get Ur Freak On Rusko feat. Amber Coffman – Hold On (Sub Focus Remix) Ludacris – Move Bitch Tropkillaz feat. Craze – Fire Imnobodi – Home Hiatus UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN DJ Revolution – Next Episode The Procussions – Virginia Wolf Jackal feat. The Notorious B.I.G. – Power Move Patrice Rashen – Remind Me The Procussion – The Procussios Track 10 Toto – Africa UNKNOWN – UNKNOWN Biz Markie –

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DJ P.F. Cuttin – Danger: Classic N.Y. HipHop Anthems [Album Promo Mixtape]

»When the east is in the house, oh my god, danger!« Was 1995 als Schlachtruf aus jedem Jeep-Lautsprecher dröhnte, war die Hook des legendären Tracks »Danger« vom New Yorker Rap-Duo Blahzay Blahzay, bestehend aus MC Outloud und DJ P.F. Cuttin. Letzterer sollte auch nach Auflösung der Gruppe mit seinen Mixtapes die zweite Hälfte jenes mythischen Jahrzehnts von Wanderstiefeln und Daunenjacken, von Tarnuniformen und Baggy Jeans prägen. Die Dekade, in der HipHop seinen Siegeszug durch deutsche Jugendzimmer und Partykeller fortsetzte, der bereits Mitte der achtziger Jahre begonnen hatte. Eine Zeit, in der die allermeisten Augen strikt nach New York gerichtet waren, in die Geburtsstadt der Subkultur, wo mystische Helden wie The Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, Jay-Z, Gang Starr und der Wu-Tang Clan einen kantigen Soundtrack für den alltäglichen Kampf durch den Großstadtdschungel entwarfen: »Boom« machte die Bassdrum, »Bap« antwortete die Snare. Fast Forward ins Jahr 2012, und genau diese Ästhetik ist heute gefragter denn je: Dank Referenzen bei jungen, relevanten Rap-Künstlern wie Mac Miller und Joey Bada$$, die sich wieder auf die »Goldene Ära« beziehen und die überbordende Kreativität dieser Zeit an die Stelle der kommerziellen Stangenware des aktuellen Mainstreams setzen. Aber auch dank der zahlreichen 90s-Revival-Partys, die jedes Wochenende tausende von Jugendlichen in die entsprechenden Clubs der deutschen Großstädte locken. Die einfache Erklärung für dieses Phänomen: Jedes populäre Musikgenre hat seine Blütezeit. Die Sechziger im Jazz, die Siebziger im Rock, die Achtziger im Pop. In den neunziger Jahren war HipHop der rebellische, unangepasste Ausdruck eines urbanen Lebensgefühls. »Danger: Classic N.Y.

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