1. So cold, yet so amazing…

     
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  3. www.soundcloud.com/djalexsins

     
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  7. Broadway Bombing 2011

    The Boda Boda boys are known to dish out quality videos. From their Frigid Fury viddy I blogged about earlier this year to the MonsterTrack footage they captured so proper-like, it’s obvious these dudes know how to effortlessly document cycling in a unique way. Plus, they are well respected throughout New York’s cycling/messenger scene so the events and access they capture on film is always endlessly entertaining.

    Broadway Bombing is an annual alleycat race in NYC which course runs from uptown to downtown via Broadway. Last years event was quite the spectacle and this years race was even better…who else but Boda Boda to create this awesome edit. Watch as Crihs takes the cake…again!

     
  8. Jul 22nd, 2011     BikesBoda BodaCyclingNYC Alleycats
  9. Archival Thursdays: I-F - Fucking Consumer (1998)

    Dutch DJ and producer I-F knows what it takes to create pure dancefloor music. For several years he has been booked at several clubs in various countries to spin his records of quality electro goodness, plus perform his distinctive experimental electronic wizardry he’s been known for. His records are highly sought after, for instance, ‘Fucking Consumer’ is one of the most solid and well-formed examples of literally new-school electro. Released on the wonderful Disko B label, it has become a timeless classic within the electro-clash genre. “Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass" remains his number one hit and after listening to it once one can see why. His sound, formed mostly of alternately combined drum patterns and melodic and rhythmic textures, create a wall of noise with a relentless retro feel which puts listeners back in time. And the track "Disko Slique" is a pure analog orgasm…go ahead, see for yourself!

    I bought this at the now defunct Osiel record store on South Beach, Miami back in 2001.

     
  10. Jul 21st, 2011     Archival ThursdaysMusicElectroI-F