I recently remixed the Jamaican dancehall artiste Busy Signal’s 2009 track “Picante”.
I participated in the Assembly 2011 music competition (had other plans first…) with it, but (as I assumed) it didn’t quite work out for me — 9th position. :D
Anyway, go on and give it a listen here:
Me and Fthr Productions did a Website for my Rastafarian friend Viking. :) He is renting several rooms in his beautiful house in Jamaica’s rural south coast, Treasure Beach. The site is called Viking’s Rasta Retreats. If you’re looking for a perfect place to spend a relaxed, stress-free Christmas this year, then book your flights to JA and head to Viking’s! ;)
I’m going there in January, me thinks…
Oh and btw, Viking is the same guy who is singing in this track of mine! ::
Actually, this is Viking’s song which I remixed. And that’s just a demo version, full versions of this song and several other JA-themed tracks are coming in the near future…
I could have blogged about Hitlantis already a year ago when I was involved in programming the first version of it. But better late than never!
For the past few months I’ve been working on the Flash client of Hitlantis again. Bug fixing, adding new features and slowly but surely optimizing the existing codebase. I admit it, the current version is still rather slow, but I feel confident that during the autumn we can sort out many of the performance issues.
So, what is Hitlantis? It’s a new Music Web Service, often dubbed “the Spotify of indie music”. You can use it as an end-user who’s looking for new, previously unreleased music or as an artist who’s promoting himself and selling his/hers/their songs on the Internet.
Do not hesitate to go check it out at Hitlantis.com! You can log in with Facebook connect if you don’t want to register yet, or even use the sneak peak mode, which is limited in features but gives you an overall idea of the service. Oh BTW: Flash Plug-in 10.1 recommended for smoothest operation!
I even created an artist page myself:
I recently participated in a remix competition of the biggest cult hit “Oi Beibi” of a legendary Finnish rap band Raptori, who were mainly active in 1990-1991 and make a comeback every 10 years (2010 being their second comeback). I was selected as one of the Top 5 finalists. If you are on Facebook, you can listen to and vote (i.e., “LIKE”) my remix right here! Thank You. \o/
Yay! Chilling Cuts Vol 4, the ambient / chill out compilation by Raiden from Sundial Aeon is finally out! It contains the classic 1999 Crankshaft vs. Brothomstates track “wekilldaenemy”. Order your copy here: http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/flr/flr1cd924.html
Long time since the last update… Just wanted to let you know that the 1999 classic by Crankshaft & Brothomstates, “wekilldaenemy”, will be released soon on an ambient compilation called Chilling Cuts Vol 4. Audio samples and complete tracklisting (and ordering!) here: http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/flr/flr1cd924.html