Music

Kick Out The Jams

by Rome

http://www.turntablelab.com/vinyl/217/1061/28464.html

“The sixth release from the en fuego T&A Records comes courtesy of Baltimore’s own Dave Nada. If you don’t know Dave, he’s played in a bunch of hardcore bands around the Bmore/DC area, produced with one of the guys from Q & Not U under the name Rubber Bullets, and now holds it down as a resident at Taxlo with his DJ partner, Tittsworth. The six heavy Bmore remixes here not only feature some sick production from Mr. Nada, but also some original synth work(!) a la Blaqstarr or old Samir shit. A-side has the MC5 remix “Kick Out The Jams,” the Biggie-sampling “Where Brooklyn At” and the Queen / Ying Yang jumble “Fat Bottom Girl.” B-side wins, however, with remixes of Unk’s “Back It Up” and Screamin Jay Hawkins’ “Spell On You,” plus “Bonus Beats,” featuring crisp Bmore drums and some of that tasty synth.”

Dave Nada

COP THIS NOW PEOPLE AND SUPPORT A DOPE ARTIST, DJ, AND AWESOME PERSON FROM THE DC/MD/VA UREA


  • Will

    I’ll check it….BTW – Looking for a decent Friday night spot tonight in DC for old school hip-hop and maybe some break beats…Doesn’t have to fancy at all, just needs to be good bump and not the normal DC crap. Any suggestions???

  • http://thecouchsessions.com Stone

    Hmm….Friday? Fridays are usually bad in DC for anything underground. Tru Skool has some live MC events at Republic Gardens I believe (don’t quote me on that) I know DJ Eurok spins at Wonderland every first Friday or so. Good music, hipster crowd though. Thursday nights at LIV are good, now its run by DJ Scientific. All old skool hip-hop.

    Jerome has a bangin’ party on Sat night but you prob. know about that one already.

  • Will

    Appreciate the insight, I may actually check that Wonderland spot out so good look. I’ve been to Scientific joint on Thursday, but where is the Sat spot you are talking about?