All City Records does it again with their 7th installment of their 10 part 10″ series featuring the best talent from Los Angeles’s producer/beat community. A couple of weeks ago, we shared the track from Computer Jay for the song Phantom, and today it’s with great pleasure to share the song, 3012 Love Affair from Dam-Funk, who joins Computer Jay for the 7th 10″. Dam-Funk and Computer Jay make up 2/3rds of the group Mazter Blazter, so this is truly a family affair for this specific 10″ from All City Records.
Dublin’s All City Records continues with their impressive monthly Los Angeles 10″ series after the recent success of their 6th edition featuring Daedelus and Teebs. This month’s 10″ is their 7th edition and features two-thirds of the Master Blazter crew w/ Dam-Funk and Computer Jay.
Today, here’s one track from Computer Jay’s side for the song Phantom. As a special bonus, we are also including the remix Om Unit did for Computer Jay’s Phantom for free download as well.
“Tonight it’s Transmissions, and Dibia$e got a gig tonight. You should meet us up there, come through its going to be dope.” I’m being invited to Grand Star Jazz Club in Chinatown by man himself. I just ran into the famed multi-hyphenate (producer/dj/emcee) the night before in the Arts District. The front entrance isn’t packed like it is on the weekends, and the food trucks and vendors are nowhere to been seen. It’s still one of the rare examples of amazing venues in Los Angeles. …MORE
Download this mix from the collective known as Master Blazter, comprised of D-F (aka Dam-Funk), Computer Jay, and J1. Individually respected for their own music and affiliations, together as the group Master Blazter, expect to hear funk/boogie/electronic music taken to new levels. The group was initially formed organically thru impromptu jam sessions at the HVW8 Gallery/Store in Los Angeles, and now has grown into headlining shows throughout the US. This “Blazt Off” mix by Los Angeles’s own DJ Kutmah, serves to highlight Master Blazter as individual musicians, while holding folks over for their group material that will be ready soon for the masses. “Blazt Off” MP3…
Cubic Zirconia hit the Karmaloop stage at Beauty Bar under the back yard tent in the high sun. A couple hundred people filed in the space, managers, DJs, bands and friends from New York and LA sparsed through the crowd with a curious familiarity. They hit with energy, the set was fluid, calculated, and most importantly fun as could be. Sean Carasso of Falling Whistles asked me “can they keep this up for 6 days?” and I told him “they’ve already done six days.” It was a rabbit out of the hat, yet there’s always logic and the prestige with magic.