November 23, 2014

Scam Artists

So there's a fat fuck named Nicolas Rolling in France, who goes by Calhoun, who's concocted a little scheme to rip me off. He placed an $80 order from me on discogs with 4 records in the order, and then wanted a $15 refund for a 4cm seem split on one of the record covers that was graded VG+. The record was priced at $25. When I refused and told him to return the records for a complete refund including the costs of return shipping, he decides to open a Paypal claim. Paypal tells him to return the records and submit the tracking number for the shipment.


The return package arrived today, and when I opened the box I find 4 empty record sleeves. This fat fuck wants to keep the records and rip me off for the entire purchase price. Apparently paypal will see that a package has been sent to me, confirm this with the tracking number, and then issue him a refund. Now I have to take all these steps to prove the claim on my end, and apparently there's no guarantee that the case will be decided in my favor.

In ten years of selling records online, I've never encountered such a scumbag tactic. I've never been someone to put anyone on blast, but this piece of shit is the lowest human being anyone could ever deal with. I've heard the term 'bork' thrown around on the Philaflava forums, and this word perfectly describes this bitch. You may know this fat fuck by DJ Calhoun, or Mac Dough on youtube. After doing research I see that he's active on the DWG forums, and he tries to sell his wack, bullshit mixes online. Any of my peoples in France that ride for Dirty Waters, Strasbourg to be specific, if you see this fat fuck, punch him in the face  for me. That's all, thank you.

November 16, 2014

M.O.P. - Breakin' The Rules (Laze E Laze Remix)


As dope as the original DJ Premier version of this song was, I always preferred this remix from Laze E Laze. Laze E Laze did the bulk of the production for M.O.P. over the years, along with Primo. This was a white label unreleased remix that was on the B-Side of  'Downtown Swinga '98.' I always dug the laughing hyenas he had going on the background.






M.O.P. - Breakin' The Rules (Remix)

November 5, 2014

Stretch & Bobbito 1996 (Hot 97)

I'm not sure if this a re-up or what. I have trouble remembering which shows I've posted after doing this blog for so long. This one has a good track list and a few exclusives here and there. Enjoy



October 24, 2014

October 21, 2014

Showbiz & AG - Stand Strong

I consider Showbiz & AG's 'Goodfellas' a top ten hip hop album. You never really hear this LP mentioned when people talk about favorites, but for me it is's definitely up there. The production sound Showbiz had during this time was so unique. It was a departure from the jazzy, funky stuff they were doing on 'Runaway Slave' to a more cryptic, grimy sound.

I picked up this 'Unreleased Shit' a while back for 'Under Pressure,' which was an incredible track I thought needed a spot on the LP. Going back to it recently, I forgot about this track 'Stand Strong,' which was equally as dope. You had AG at his best, Lord Finesse on the hook, and Showbiz with the gutter beats that matched the rest of the album. The way he throws the samples in and out at the end is pretty fresh too. 

Showbiz & AG - Stand Strong

October 20, 2014

20 years of DJing

It was around this time 20 years ago, in 1994, when I got my first DJ set-up. A pair of Technics 1210s and a Gemini Scratchmaster mixer. I don't often do editorial pieces on my blog, but seeing this year marks my 20th year of DJ'ing, I wanted to write up a little piece to mark this occasion.


October 1, 2014

Fuse Crate Diggers

Really diggin' these episodes.
This should be a show on the History channel.
Here are some of my favorites...


September 29, 2014

Platter World


Platter World in Garfield NJ will be closing this November after an incredible 40 year run. They are eager to get rid of all their stock and have dropped the prices down to $3 per record. Just wanted to give them some promotion to help out as it's been one of my favorite spots, and a staple in Garfield, for a very long time. Check them out if you get the chance.

September 14, 2014

Re-Up: Future Flavors 6-15-1996


Here's a Future Flavors show, with Pete Rock & Marley Marl on Father's Day, 1996. Ed Lover was in the studio. This one is courtesy of DJ Emskee from the Underground Railroad, so definitely big shouts.