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June 29, 2009

Zoot Woman

Zoot Woman are a British electronic music group who in 2001 their album ‘Living in a Magazine’ established them on the music scene and gained them the recognition of many within the industry as one of the most important forerunners of electroclash. Two members Price and Blake also work under the alias Paper Faces for remixes and have reworked tracks for Zoot Woman songs as well as other established recording artists such as Madonna, Scissor Sisters and producers such as Felix Da Housecat and Pete Tong.

They have been taking their leisure to get their next album out. The tracks that have been available for listening have me looking forward to the full release of “Things Are What They Used To Be” which has been confirmed to be released on 21th August 2009. Here is the song “Saturation” which will be on that album.

Zoot Woman – Saturation

And “It’s Automatic” from one of their previous albums.
Zoot Woman – It\'s Automatic

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 29th, 2009 under BLOG
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June 26, 2009

Reflection Eternal

Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek back at it again. For years people have been asking when they would follow up to their classic Reflection Eternal album. They always said they were waiting for the timing to be right. I hope they get it right since it has been one of my favorite albums since day one and don’t want to be disappointed. It’s about ready to drop and they have released this video.

Talib Kweli + Hi Tek-Reflection Eternal -Back Again-Vid Premiere

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 26th, 2009 under BLOG
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June 25, 2009


As some of you may know or may not know, I have never posted on my very own blog.  We have a great team here that does all the hard work for me but today is different.  

You all must know by now The King of Pop, The man who changed music and probably the most musically inspirational man on this planet – Michael Jackson has left us.   What does this mean to me?  Let me tell you.  Do you know when I was 10  years old, My grandmother(who is no longer with us-RIP) bought my mother and I tickets for his concert at the Irvine Meadows(now Verizon) for his BAD TOUR for my birthday.  It was suppose to be a surprise so I didn’t know. The funny thing was that my Grandma forgot the date of the concert and told me 2 hours before the concert was going to start.  I remember getting home from school and my Grandma calling me all frantic and I thought someone just had died.  She tells me “Honey, You are going to see Michael Jackson tonight, Happy Birthday”. So my mom got home from work and off we went.  It was like nothing, I could have imagined.  FUCK Disneyland, this was the happiest place on earth.  I didn’t know what to expect but let me tell you, it was hands down the greatest show I have ever experienced.  The most memorable moment was when he did Thriller and came out dressed like a werewolf.  I almost peed my pants, I was so excited.  My mom tells me to this day, she has never seen me with such a huge smile on my face or being so happy.  

My point of all of this is to show you what an impact this individual had on me and everyone one else in this world.  Yea, maybe it would of been great if he stopped making albums at “BAD” cause we all know “Off The Wall” & “Thriller” were the 3 greatest albums of all time. Regardless of all the gossip, things that have happened in the past years and other things, he was a human being that changed the lives of trillions of people just with his music.  There is not one artist and countless songs that can be played at a club that can get the dance floor from 0-300 people in seconds.  The joke amongst my DJ friends is “When all else fails, play MJ”.  

There isn’t much else to say other than, Thank You Nana(my grandma) for letting me experience what many will never have the chance to.  MJ you will be greatly missed and always remembered and we love you.  RIP MJ.  Oh btw his middle name is Joseph and he is Virgo…Just sayin!!

I will end this with my favorite of all time.

Filed by Joseph Wilson at June 25th, 2009 under BLOG
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Shark Attack

Shark Attack of San Diego is releasing a CD “Shooting Judas” on June 27th. I’ve been listening to it since I got it forwarded to me and it’s full of heat. Big buildups, sexy voices, and smooth melodies while still keeping that harder party feel. I hope everyone gets behind this and Shark Attack gets the proper recognition for their efforts. They did a fine job with this.

For more music and info on when they will be playing visit their myspace here.

Here’s two tracks I liked.

Shark Attack – No, You Clap (feat Memo Rx)

Shark Attack – This is the Shark Attack (feat Aaron Blomberg)

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 25th, 2009 under BLOG
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Dance is a feeling

I wanted to share a recent mixtape that my boy Danny Dance out in Salt Lake City put together. Danny’s an up and coming house dj who is doing big things all over the place! In addition to countless clubs and day events, he also has a weekly radio show on every Tuesday night from 8pm – 11pm PT. If you’re like me and love/feel/need house music, then tune in and show support — you wont regret it!!!

With the debut of his first mixtape album, This Is Where I’m At, the Miami-bred, Salt Lake City-based DJ/dancer takes listeners and dancers through four 15-minute journeys to the deep (“Better”; “Mercyless”) and upbeat (“Darlin”); the classic (“Swimming Religion”; “Push The Feeling On”) and melodic (“Circles”; “Into My Life”); the underground (“I’ll Never Be The Same”) and club-friendly (“Cause I’m A Woman”; “Starting Over”), and his trademarks, the soulful (“Time and Time Again”; “Heaven”) and unapologetically funky (“Where Would You Be”).

Click here to download the full This Is Where I’m At mixtape album as separate tracks, with album artwork for your iTunes or iPod [64 min, 147 mb, 320 kbps]

Filed by chris santiago at June 25th, 2009 under BLOG
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June 22, 2009

What a busy week! Recap on PBNP, POB and BOYS & GIRLS!

We want to thank all of those who came out and partied with us this last week!

Thursday night Prim but not Proper was a huge hit. The dance floor was packed all night thanks to our girl Ch!bl and good friend Nicky Savage.

Check out our pics from last week by visiting VISUAL ADHESIVE

Friday was the official kick off for this year’s Posse on Broadway. A big thanks to Adam Salter and Marshall Barnes who made it another memorable night! Looking forward to the next one.

Check out our pics from last week by visiting NEIL SHARUM

The party didn’t end there. Saturday we took the party train down to San Diego to see our very own Steve Ryback tear up the dance floor at BOYS & GIRLS. A special thanks to Adam Salter for letting us join his night.

Check back here for pics from this night.

Filed by alex s at June 22nd, 2009 under BLOG
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Alchemist – Smile

Gotta keep a smile on my face. It’s Monday morning, as hard as it might be get your smile together. This is a video for Alchemist upcoming album “Chemical Warfare” which is due out in July. My favorite lyric on this track is “I am even smiling for me”.

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 22nd, 2009 under BLOG
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June 20, 2009


Two popular bands get together and create what is known as Discovery, the unlikely side project built from members of two bands: Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend and Wes Miles of Ra Ra Riot. Take it for what it is, a fun album that will be around all summer.

Discovery – So Insane
Discovery – Orange Shirt

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 20th, 2009 under BLOG
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June 19, 2009

Jokers of the Scene remix Burns

Here is a our main man Turbo being used for yet another video. Since it’s the end of your week more than likely it’s time to get ready for a full party weekend. This song gets me going in full party mode about half way through.

burns – turbo (jots remix)

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 19th, 2009 under BLOG
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June 16, 2009

Upper Playground Tour: Dave Choe, Retna, Saber, Alex Pardee

Juxtapoz Magazine and Upper Playground hosted a tour last summer across the U.S. with Dave Choe, Alex Pardee, Retna & Saber. Here is the footage they released.

Filed by Ralph Milan at June 16th, 2009 under BLOG
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