Monday, December 27, 2010


A collaboration of Art and Sounds. Chris Bishop and Edward the Librarian have teamed up to bring you a dizzying array of sight and sound pleasures.

Chris Bishop, master painter and pop illustration icon has teamed up with Jungle DJ Edward the Librarian, owner of 312a Studio and one of Virginia's recent up and coming sound providers. Together they will take you on a cosmic journey of sight, sound color and bass.

I hope you all will be in attendance.

Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011
Doors open at 7 - 10pm

410 GOODBUDDY Gallery
410 Florida Ave NW
Washington DC 20001

More details will be up shortly on

The Librarian

Friday, December 17, 2010

Randomness: Faust & Shortee on SSL with the Traktor Kontrol X1 controller

Jaw on the floor.

MUSIC: Freddy Wills: Social Lubrication V:015

The thought behind this episode of Social Lube was more a little therapy than anything else. As the past few weeks have been like a friggin roller coaster, I decided to do a format show versus just slapping on music. So conjuring up the Saturday morning theme of my youth, I started with a little funk and just went from there.

Big ups to Edward the Librarian for tossing me the therapeutic keys to the Annex airwaves. It’s a little different driving solo and a very different perspective when you’re doing this at 8a sans morning starter fluids. Hope you enjoy.
Thanks for listening.

Freddy Wills

Freddy Wills


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001) Tour Guide – A Tribe Called Quest
002) PT’s (High Steppin’) – Pimps of Joytime
003) Small Talk - Sly & the Family Stone
004) Daddy Rich - Rose Royce
005) Pull Up Roots - Talking Heads
006) Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder
007) Chameleons - Eddie Jefferson
008) Freddie's Dead - Cecil Holmes
009) New York City - Gil Scott Heron & Brian Jackson
010) Never Gonna Give You Up - Barry White
011) Brown Sugar - Rolling Stones
012) Rockit - Herbie Hancock
013) Workin' Day and Night - Michael Jackson
014) Funky Football - Harvey Scales and Seven Sounds
015) Corazon (feat. Natalia Clavier) (Ursula 1000 Rmx) - Federico Aubele
016) Eu E Voce (feat. Astrud Gilberto) - The New Stan Getz Quartet
017) Bosa Per Due (Thievery Corporation Rmx) - Nicola Conte
018) Favela - Brazil '65
019) Spy Bossa - Kid Gusto
020) Unsquare Dance - David Brubeck
021) The Heart's a Lonely Hunter (feat. David Byrne) - Thievery Corporation
022) Echo Chamber (feat Zeebo) Thomas Blondet
023) Heart of the Hustle - Thunderball
024) Believe (Ghostrider Rmx) - Believe
025) Demons (feat. Macy Gray) - Fatboy Slim

PS - Please, send in your favorite tunes of the 2010. I think we need a highlight show!!!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Randomness: 11.29.2010: Fighting Trousers - Professor Elemental

Fighting Trousers - Professor Elemental

Cup Of Brown Joy - Elemental

11.29.10: AudioQuest K2 terminated speaker cable - UST plugs 8' (2.44m) pair

If this is not enough to make you snicker read the reviews: HERE

"This review is from: AudioQuest K2 terminated speaker cable - UST plugs 8' (2.44m) pair (Electronics)
When I bought 3 of these 2 months ago I had no idea they were capable of so much, I only wanted them to listen to my jazz music in SuperMegaUltra High Definition

I noticed to my surprise when I hooked them into my Mole-Richardson 4-Phase Warp-Drive power amp (hand built by a guy in india called Gandhi) The "gain" knob directly modified the temperature of the sun, which was very impressive.

If I used these cables in conjunction with a 15-watt Marshall practice amp, My Guitar and a wah-wah pedal I managed to control how many revolutions the Earth makes a second. i didn't feel like i had to play with this too much as that might ruin people's lives

Suggested use : Flux Capacitor interfaced to a Mr Fusion(tm) to handle the 1.21 gigawatts required for time travel

Also useful for : Power conduit-cabling for a Stargate (commonly used to bend space time creating a stable wormhole and cross the galaxy instantaneously)

Highly Recommended!"
- Mr. Kyle G. Savage-lowden (Inverness, Scotland)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:014

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join AddStone, Cousin Peaches, Mr Jones, Freddy Wills & Edward the Librarian on a musical conversation. What will happen when 5 DJ's play add on? Will it be a smooth ride or will it be one filled with hooks, laughs and merriment. Who knows. All this however is in honor of one special lady Mrs. Eiler. Who life has take a momentary pause as she recovers for knee replacement surgery. We here at Studio 312a wish her the best.
AddStone, Cousin Peaches, Mr Jones, Freddy Wills & Edward the Librarian
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001) Jonsi - Animal Arthimetic
002) White Rabbits - Percussion Gun
003) Greg Dulli - Cigarettes
004) Rem - Stand
005) James Gang - Funk#49
006) Otis Redding - Satisfaction
007) Diana Ross & The Supremes - Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart
008) Ike and Tina - Shake A Tail Feather
009) The McCoys - Hang on Sloopy
010) Everybody Plays the Foo - Main Ingredient
011) KC and the Sunshine Band - Get Down Tonight
012) Barry White - You’re The First, The Last, My Everything
013) Blue Wave - Koalas From Outer Space
014) Monty Python - I Bet You They Won’t Play This Song On The Radio
015) Tom Petty And the Heart Breakers - Don’t Do Me That Way
016) The Beatles - Taxman
017) Muse - Feeling Good
018) Little Walter - Mellow Down Easy
019) Leadbelly - C.C. Rider
020) Mi Rio Cali - Fruko
021) Steve Kekana - Color Me Black
022) Buena Vista Social Club - Chan Chan
023) Paul Simon - That Was Your Mother
024) Bruce Springsteen - Dancing In The Dark
025) Sir Elton John - Crocodile Rock
026) Pantera - I’m Broken (Live)
027) Hair - Good Morning Starshine
028) The White Rabbits - Reprise
029) Spearhead - Hey World
030) Galactic - I Got It
031) Maytals - Pressure Drop
032) Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse
033) Cat Stevens - Moonshadow
034) The Secret Police - I Shall Be Released

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:013b

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join Edward & Freddy Wills take a successful relap of the now famed Social Lubrication show volume 13. Dum dum dumb. Listen to the musical and spoken antics of 2 friends and 6 beers.
Edward The Librarian & Freddy Wills
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a) Here That Rainy Day - The New Stangetz Quartet
b) 6'Oclock DJ (Let's Rock) - Car Wash Sound Track

001) While We Go Dancing - White Rabbits
002) Burning Down the House - Talking Heads
003) Big Time - Peter Gabriel
004) I Believe - Nicole Black man VS Throw Up You Hands - Elephant Man
005) Let's Dance - David Bowie
006) Wait Son Long - Trampled by Turtles
007) Cocaine Blues - Johnny Cash
008) Late Night Radio - John Denver
009) Hummin - Quincy Jones
010) Pirate Radio Station - Top Cat & Serial Killer
011) Querida Beatha - Brawn Tempo
012) Sonic Soul - Purveyors of Fine Funk
013) The Bottle - Gill Scott Heron
014) Rainy Day Woman - Bob Dylan
015) Little T&A - Rolling Stones
016) Something Girls - Adam Ant
017) Peace, Love & Understanding - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
018) Master Mind - Deltron 3030
019) Uncle Sam God Damn - Brother Ali
020) In The Ruff - Diamond District
021) I Love Being a B-Boy - Crown City Rockers
022) Rumble in the Jungle - Fugees
023) Push - Phargahe Monch
024) Fixed Up Look Sharp - Dizzee Rascel
025) Baby - The Roots Feat. John John
026) We Live in Kansas - Deep Thinkers
027) Invocation - Common
028) I Lost My Cookie at the Disco - Sesame Disco
029) Lights - Journey

Thursday, November 11, 2010


Capital J has something hot in the cooker for the DC Junglist massive (probably unintentionally... but who care). Hot off his Sound Cloud page he released a dub plate remix of DJ Kool - Let Me Clear My throat. I've got the itch trigger fingers to get my paws of this track. Give a listen
Source: DJ Capital J's Blog
Photo Source:DJ Capital J's Blog

11.11.2010: Triple Decker Record. What is that Evil Shit?

"One of the many mind games..."

Source:Junglist Manifesto

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


DJ CAPITAL J: FREE CHOONS!: "Just cuz we couldnt ship free candy all over the world to everyone on Halloween we're doin the next best thing, free digital crack. Get hoo..."

Friday, October 29, 2010

10.29.10 Behind the Mask & Behind the Booth

Deadmau5, Daft Punk, & Bloody Beatroots to name a few are an interesting phenomena to watch unfold. What is it about the mystery of not knowing an artist face that is so compelling?

Graffiti writers have been leaving in the shadows for years in hopes that they don't get caught and secretly enjoying their underground fame. But here we have "public figure" of the dance community that like to hide from the spotlight. Its some what understandable because with the mask they can have a "life" that is separate from their careers...


In fact that could easily be the best reason for the mask. A tangible way of "unplugging" from their job and the public they entertain.

Its funny cause after wearing face paint to my last to gigs (it was my Halloween costume), I was ready more then ecstatic to wash it all off and move on. That ecstatic need to be myself was how I got on this topic. Originally setting out to rail on these DJs and ask why the gimmic as their music can stand up without this flash and flair.

However while writing this all out I can process and justify their reasoning possibly beyond the obvious marketing hook.

10.29.10 PBS MASSIVE!

Photo Credit: Karen Jue

Thanks PBS for listening, dancing, drinking and rollerskating. You all were awesome. Almost as awesome as your new web site you just launched. Side note I hart the new Sherlock Homes

"Support Public Media!!!! Lighter crew where are the lighters inside! Tune out the haters and do your part to help PBS raise it up, higher, higher, BOOM!"

Monday, October 25, 2010

10.16.2010: WRIR 97.3FM in Richmond Virginia: Two Hour live set

Going a little back to the future.

On the 16th of October I finally got to meet up with the now infamous Joanna O from Turnstyle. I say "finally" because I've been talking with her now for a little over 6 months about tunes and playing in Richmond. Then a week prior the stars aligned, my tea leaves looked like a 45 adapter, and I got sent to Richmond for work. Joanna O was pumped and told me to bring some records because their was a slot opening up on WRIR 97.3FM on Saturday night.

Needless to say I packed a fine smattering of Ragga, Old School Amen and Classic Jump-Up.

After a few hours hanging out with Joanna O and her friends at Turnstyle, we walked over to see Jessie playing for a WRIR fundraiser. There I got to know Chris, Norman & Eric, who I instantly felt at home with, talking social politics, music and life.

Then it was time to get on the airwaves. Can I comment that playing and hearing Jungle music on the radio if totally freaking awesome.

Chris, who was my mic man for most of the night was an amazing wealth of Jungle Knowledge. The 2 hour set was spent playing old school tunes and the two of us singing the hook lines to these songs booming out of the monitors. It was totally freaking brilliant.

Then they gave me this sweet write up on

"Man for those of you who got to hear this set on the night you know and for those of you who for some reason didn’t you need to find out. This guy who hails from DC got this name for one very obvious reason. His deep crates are full of volumes of classic Jump Up Jungle tracks. You should also check out his awesome blog called From The Annex for all sorts of musical tid-bits"

As I left for DC that night the Fringe (from Fredvegas) guided my car back home. Again Jungle or in that case Drum & Bass on the FM dial is fucking amazing. America we need more independent community radio stations, so we can get some true music variety to the masses.

Huge props to the WRIR family, Chris, Norman, Eric and Mad hype, hype, hype to Turnstyle (Joanna O & Jesse). You all made me feel so at home. I totally look forward to visiting the Concrete Jungle Capitol more often.

Edward the Librarian Live on WRIR 97.3FM: Download

DJ Masta Mic shows off his sick DnB beatboxing skills

10.25.2010: Big Thanks to all those that came out

Caption: "Look mom no Serato."
Photo: Addison H

So for those of you that missed this evening. Yea you missed it. LOL. Huge thanks to Kyle at Mid City Caffe for having me out. LA Johnson your work is freaking crazy! Jeanna and Lionel you both made my night. JC & Anca seeing you two out their was a delight. Carter thanks for stopping off at my house and picking up some additional records and feeding the cat. Granite I'm sure was highly appreciative of your valor.

Have not cracked into the the recording of that night but if I made a good bootleg I will post it up later on this week.

Again Mad Props to Mid City Caffe, and lets keep taking about that "Records in the Attic" Idea.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Edward the Librarian @ Mid City Cafe TOMMROW! Saturday Oct 23rd

Who's ready for a party? 8pm-Midnight I will be rocking the decks with the finest Mashup, Electro & House beats. Don't for get your costumes! BYOB.

Mid City Caffe
1626 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009-4335
(202) 234-1515

Keep Smiling

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Edward the Librarian @ Mid City Caffe Saturday Oct 23rd

Alienation: La johnson Exhibition

Saturday Oct.23rd
8pm - Midnight
Mid City Caffe
1626 14th St NW, DC

Music selections provided by Edward the Librarian. He will be spinning finest MashUp, Electro and House tunes this side of the river.

& a Costume Contest. Serious what more could you ask for.

Come out and get your dance on.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Making a Mix Tape...

I'm stoked about this idea as their are many times where I was nearing the end of a 2 hour set and wish that I could fix a flub. But then again, the sigh of a true DJ is how you fixed that flub, or owned it. I've seen DJs use a skipping record as a loop, I've seen the wheel back, I'm see other just drop the next track with a hot sample. Or just train wreck. lol

As I find myself focusing more and more on records and less on MP3 it has defines me as a DJ not a Live PA act or a producer. I don't make beats I make other beat sound good.

the librarian

Thursday, September 30, 2010

J Bostron - Burial Inna Jungle

J Bostron - Burial Inna Jungle (Mix) by JBostron

If you don't know J Bostron check him out here. This guy is blowin my dome.

The Wicked Thursday Hottness

Divine Elements



Edward the Librarian: Rusty Junglist: V007

The Rusty Junglist Show. Edward the Librarian brings you a mix of fine old school Jungle tunes woven with deep new school Drum & Bass. Originally recorded for a friends wedding now reissued for your listening enjoyment.
Edward The Librarian
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001) Rock the Funnky Beat (Urban Takeover Remix) - Natural Born Chillers
002) Tuttifruiti - The Scarecrow
003) Saturday Night Roller - 45 Roller
004) Woman that Rolls - Aphrodite
005) Drop Top Caddy - Mickey Finn & Aphrodite
006) Sweet Harmony (Jungle Mix) - Danny Byrd Feat. Liquid
007) Can't Let Go - Cyantific
008) Hyper Hyer - NU:Tone
009) Plot Twist - Faust & Shortee
010) Blazin' (Shy FX & T Power Remix) - Tali
011) Portugai - E-Z Rollers
012) Stray Dogs - E-Z Rollers
013) Adult Robot Kung Fu - Terravita
014) Moshpit - Audio & Mackie
015) Voodoo People - The Prodigy
016) Dog Hill - Danny Byrd
017) LK (M.I.S.T remix) - DJ Marky & XRS
018) When the Morning Comes (Peshay remix) - Mickey Finn & L.Double
019) NRG 93 - Utah Jazz
020) 1up - Spor

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:012

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join Edward & Cousin Peaches on an explosion of dusty 45s, bad English accents & a miserably slow laptop.
Edward The Librarian & Cousin Peaches
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001) Soul Makassa - Manu Dibango
002) Do you Love Me - Rocket Fire Explosion
003) How does that grab you - Nancy Sinatra
004) Grassland - Black Blood
005) Catfish Boogie - Tennessee Ernie
006) Itch & Scratch - Rufus
007) Slap that Bass - Fred Astaire
008) Daddy Sang Bass - Johnny Cash
009) In the Ghetto - Elvis Presley
010) Jack the Ripper - Monster A Go-Go
011) Smoke Rings - The Overtones
012) Part 1 - Flying Saucer
013) Micro Chip -Tarrus Riley
014) Mary Jane - Rick James
015) That Old Black Magic - Louis Prima
016) Fire - Jah Mason
017) ("unknown") - Jazz Fat Nastey
018) Jackson - Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood
019) Santa Clause is Smoking Reefer - Squirrel Nut Zippers
020) Fallout Shelter - Dore Alpert

Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:011

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. This weeks main focus is outlaw country, folk rock, and a smattering of tracks inspired by my father.

Edward The Librarian
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001) Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall [Live] - Bob Dylan
002) Alabama High Test - Old Crow Medican Show
003) Are you From Dixie? - Grandpa Jones
004) Caroline - Old Crow Medican Show
005) Deep Pockets - Yonder Mountain String Band
006) Dooley - The Dilliards
007) Drifter's Escape - Bob Dylan
008) Going Across the Sea - Bill Monroe
009) Hansome Molly - Newfound Road
010) Hot Rod Lincoln - Johnny Bond
011) Humdinger - Old Crow Medican Show
012) If There's still a Ramblin' in the Rambler - Yonder Mountain String Band
013) Jessee James - Bruce Springsteen
014) Jimmy Brown the Newsboy - Mac Wiseman
015) John Henry - Bruce Springsteen
016) New Railroad - Crooked Still
017) Wabash Cannonball - Benny Martin
018) Land of the Navajo - Old & In the Way
019) Life in a Song - Newfound Road
020) Little Cabin Home on the Hills - Ricky Skaggs
021) Mountain Jumper - Crooked Still
022) Rocky Top - Osborne Bros.
023) Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms - Lester Flatt & The Nashville Grass
024) Polka on the Banjo - Bela Fleck
025) Whiskey, Momma - Hackensaws
026) The Drunk Scotsman - The Irish Rovers
027) Masters of War [live] - Bob Dylan

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Sept 15th 2010: Edward the Librarian @ Sportrock Alexandrian Va

Drum & Bass and Rock Climbing... I think its going to be a winning combination.

Directions or more information about Sportrock visit:


The Librarian

Friday, August 20, 2010

BEAT THE HEAT 5: August 21, 2010 Alexandria VA

If you like good beats that make you want to climb the walls, roll out to Beat the Heat 5 to see me shredding up the decks with the heaviest Jungle rhythms & a some booty shaking electro beats. This will be my 5th year at this annual event and I'm pretty stoked to be asked back.

Come on out and get your move on.

Press Release:
SPORTROCK’S BEAT THE HEAT 5 - August 21, 2010! Sportrock Alexandria!

It's back! Beat the Heat 5! Our goal in hosting this event is to honor our members and their guests and to increase the community of climbers in the D.C. Metro area. The day will be filled with climbing on new boulder problems by our stellar setting team, climbing competition, clinics, give-aways, food and music. Every year the event grows and we're expecting well over 500 members and guests.

We're also celebrating the completion of our expansion at the Alexandria facility. We have supersized our Alexandria facility, offering so much more!! More climbing (routes and bouldering!), new yoga studio, an area dedicated to weights and cardio, new locker rooms and bathrooms, a designated party area, and more space for everyone to do their thing!

Many of you receiving this email have already generously contributed to the event in past years. We would like to extend an invitation to you again and to our new “Friends of Sportrock” to participate this year and showcase your product. Whether it's setting up a booth or a donation of a few gift certificates or swag, we welcome your contribution. You can be certain that we will mention your establishment throughout the day. Additionally, any vendors who respond to us by July 16, 2010 will have their logos on all of our social and print media.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Roast DC Launch Party

Fellow Coffee Junkies!

I would like to invite you to celebrate the launch of DC's newest online resource for coffee enthusiasts: The Roast DC is a guide to the great, or not so great, independent coffee shops in our nation's capital. Come test drive the new, exacting approach we, The Roasters, take at grinding down coffee houses.

I will be helping the kick off by providing my own special blend of tracks. So come on out dance, try your hand at making latte art, and of course, food and adult beverages.

Mad Props to the kind peeps at Mid City Caffe for hosting this shindig,

-Edward The Librarian

The Roast DC Launch Party
Date:Thursday, July 22, 2010
Time:8:00pm - 11:00pm
Location: Mid City Caffe
1626 14th Street NW
Washington, DC

Friday, July 2, 2010

Edward the Librarian: Rusty Junglist: V006

Just old school Ragga Jungle Chooones for you to roll with. Mad respect to the Junglist DC massive.
Edward The Librarian
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001) Champion DeeJay (Shy FX Remix) - Rebel MC
002) Experience - ODG & Benjie
003) Smokers Anthem - Drumsound & Bassline Smith
004) Dub Plate Pressure Remix - Sniper Featuring MC GQ
005) A What A Bam Bam feat. Sister Nancy (Division One Junglist Remix) - Rcola
006) Poison Dart - Probe & Sylo
007) Junglist (Remix) - Krinjah
008) Heng Dem - General Malice
009) Junglist Bandelero (Pinchers Remix / 7" dub plate) - RCola, Jacky Murda
010) When We Coming - Mez, Tricky Dean
011) Under Mi Sensi - Earsut
012) Tribal Natty (Aphrodite Remix) - Rebel MC
013) 001) Take Head and Take Check - UK Apachi with Soundman
014) Murderation (Jungle Mix) - EBony-Dubs-Vol.3
015) Rudebwoy Shuffle - The Force
016) Code Red Remix - X-Project

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Proud Father Moment

The Gig:

(2) SL-1200M3D
Serto Scratch SL-1
Akia LPD-8
G4 Powerbook
Olympus LS-10
(2) Mackie SRM-450
Mackie SRS 1500

Rusty Junglist Pre-Release of V.6

Rusty Junglist V.6 Presented by Edward The Librarian by edward.the.librarian

pre,Pre,PRE! Advanced Copy of the next installment of the Rusty Junglist Show. No talking, not scratching, just old school Ragga Jungle Chooones for you to roll with. Mad respect to the Junglist DC massive. Enjoy the preview.
Edward The Librarian
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001) Champion DeeJay (Shy FX Remix) - Rebel MC
002) Experience - ODG & Benjie
003) Smokers Anthem - Drumsound & Bassline Smith
004) Dub Plate Pressure Remix - Sniper Featuring MC GQ
005) A What A Bam Bam feat. Sister Nancy (Division One Junglist Remix) - Rcola
006) Poison Dart - Probe & Sylo
007) Junglist (Remix) - Krinjah
008) Heng Dem - General Malice
009) Junglist Bandelero (Pinchers Remix / 7" dub plate) - RCola, Jacky Murda
010) When We Coming - Mez, Tricky Dean
011) Under Mi Sensi - Earsut
012) Tribal Natty (Aphrodite Remix) - Rebel MC
013) 001) Take Head and Take Check - UK Apachi with Soundman
014) Murderation (Jungle Mix) - EBony-Dubs-Vol.3
015) Rudebwoy Shuffle - The Force
016) Code Red Remix - X-Project

DJ HYPE Wednesday June 16th @ ULTRA BAR

OH SNAP! DC Junglist are you ready for the HYPE inside the place?

ULTRA HYPE presented by 3D Productions brings you the UK massive sounds of DJ HYPE!!!! With a supporting line up to local junglist! Can I get a lighter for the Local Junglist in side the place? Front and center MAGNETTE, DON VEGA, SERIAL, MYST, GOGO CRAIG & TRIXX.

Representing the Local Massive this Wednesday June 16th @ ULTRA BAR.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The C, The H, The E, E, B, A!

Audio by LL Cool J and DJ Zinc edited by Cheeba. The video is edited clips from the record shop scene in Human Traffic. No doubt… “Its going to be banned”

06.09.2010 Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:010

Description: Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. This weeks main focus is Mash-ups, a music form that I've enjoyed listening and dancing to but never tried to DJ... ITS FREAKING HARD! lol. So enjoy as I charter unknown territory and try new things.
Edward The Librarian 

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001) Paper Plane Cha-Cha - M.I.A va. Lemon
002) St. Jimmy The Prankster - Dean Gray
003) Rolling From Cash [The Rolling Stones & Mirwais vs. The Micronauts vs Zeron Cash] - Loo & Placido
004) Steve Miller vs. Evil 9 - Aggro1
005) Madonna Vs Pink - Get This Celebration Started - Dan Mei
006) Fake Disco Flex - Krazy Ben
007) Don't Stop Confusion [Frankmusik (russ Chimes Remix) vs Journey] - Macro Johnce
008) Welcome Back - The Kleptones
009) I Was Signed for Loving You (snoop Dogg Feat. C. Wilson & Justin Timberlake vs. Kiss) - Pheugoo
010) Rock This Night - The Eagles vs. Dimitri from Paris
011) Bucovina 69 [Ian Oliver feat. Shantel vs. Fatboy Slim vs. M.I.A.] - Dr.Waumiau
012) Goldern Peace Frog - dj BC brought to you by
013) Kung Fu Jump - DJ Schmolli
015) Good OI' Fashion Rump Shaker (Beastie Boys vs Matt & Kim) - The Hood Internet
016) Operation ABC - DJ Schmolli
017) Rollin' Theme [Major Lazer vs. Limo Bizkit vs. Dr.Dre & Snoop Dog vs. Panjabi MC vs. Pulp Fiction] - Mashup-Germany
018) Fire, Smoke, and Tone Loc - DJ Schmolli
019) Enjoy Jumping Around - DJ Schmolli
020) Drop Your Head Day and Night - DJ Schmolli
021) VertigoTripper - DJ Reno brought to you by
022) Callin' on Sunday (Remix) - Party Ben
023) Encoreblitz - Sweet VS Jay-z & Linkin Park
024) Shut Up Brooklyn Sandman - DJ Schmolli

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

6.8.2010 Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:009

Cross genre, All Vinyl, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join Edward the Librarian on a musical exploration dedicated to his mother. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Momma Librarian crafted Edward's love for music, by playing it often, and exposing him to a good barrage of tunes all that will make you think & dance.
Edward The Librarian

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001) You turn me on I'm a radio - Jodi Mitchel
002) To be alone with you - Bob Dylan
003) Surfing Safri - Beach Boys
004) On the Road Again - Willie Nelson
005) Where Do All the Good Times Go - David Rea
006) Hey mister that's me up on the juke box - James Taylor
007) I Feel Fine - The Beatles
008) Shout - Ronald Isley
009) Working Man Blues - Willie Nelson
010) Louie Louie - Richard Berry
011) Born to be Wild - Steppen Wolf
012) Graceland - Paul Simon
013) Ladies Night - Kool & the Gang

The Librarian Comments: Sorry to those that follow the blog this show is a little late in coming... wicked busy what can I say. Mad respect to Momma Librarian for exposing me to a lot of musical influences and being tolerant of my musical exploration. BIG BIG Love to the number one Mother in side the headphone space! Keep Smiling.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Armless DJ

Forget that this guy is DJing with his feet, this guy is smoking with his toes as well!!!! I want to light a lighter with my toes!!!!!

Flying Lotus On Structured Art, Future Music Trends

"I was in that class hearing Drum & Bass for the first time... it was a kid who played the tuba."

Flying Lotus - Interview Apollo Magazine from alex deforce on Vimeo.

Source: Crate Kings

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Edward The Librarian: Social Lubrication V:008

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join Edward & Freddy B on a journey to anywhere and everywhere.
Edward The Librarian & Freddy B
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001) Cleopatra Jones Theme - Joe Simon
002) Proudly Mary - Ike & Tina Turner
003) Country Side of Life - Alabama
004) Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
005) Boogie On the Beach - The Red Elvises
006) Honkey Tonk Blues - Hall & Dates
007) High Grade Forever (Kiki Remix) - Bounty Killer
008) DR. Lee PHD - Beastie Boys Feat. Lee Perry
009) Grab the Belt- Sinbad
010) Gotta Groove - Analogue
011) Dogg Starr - Lady Bug Mecca (From Digable Planets)
012) Turn it Up - Ugly Duckling
013) Summer Saver - Crown City Rockers
014) Matrix Remix - Apollo Fourforty
015) Everything is Going to be Alright - Jamie Meverson Feat Carol Trip
016) Say I Love You - HESOHI
017) Getting into it (Tek Q Remix) - Silk130
018) This is Real - Gorilla Pimp VS Goofy Shit - George Carlin (RIP)
019) "Trance White Label" VS Yoga Just for You - Sharon Warren & Exorcist - Richard Pryer
020) Paper Planes - M.I.A
021) Crooked - Evil Nine
022) I Know I got Soul - Eric B. & Rakim
023) Excursions - A Tribe Called Quest
024) Going Molie - The Who
025) Bring Down the House - Talking Heads
026) Goody to Shoes - Adam Ant
027) Sledge Hammer - Peter Gabriel

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Edward the Librarian: Rusty Junglist: V005

BRING THE SPRING!!! Just a little something to warm up those roots and melt your cares away. The forecast has nothing but sunshine massive. Rewind with me back to sunnier days.
Edward The Librarian
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001) RA - Ebony Dubstepers
002) Everyman has the Right - UK Apache & Mir Crew
003) Easysativa - Mickey Finn
004) VOODOO People (Pendulum Remix) - The Prodigy
005) Crime Spree - The Force
006) Grand Theft Auto 2 - Drumsound & Bassline Smith
007) Peace, Love & Unity (Remix) - DJ Hype
008) Poison Dart - Probe & Sylo

Keep Smiling Crew,
The Librarian

Friday, February 26, 2010

Edward The Librarian: Rusty Junglist: V:004

SNOWMAGEDEN has got me trapped in my house. My wife has my snowshoes & snowboarding boots in New England and I'm in Virginia getting historically dumped on. WTF. Well I'm well stocked with food, beer and my power is still on, so let play you some wicked Massive JUNGLE TECHNO TRACKS! Shell we, cause no matter where jungle goes HOT will be the only thing that follows.
Edward The Librarian
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001) A What a Bam Bam Feat. Sister Nancy (RCola Junglist Remisx) - RCola
002) Hearing is Believing - M.A.2
003) Adult Robot Kung Fu - Terravita
004) Crime Spree - The Force
005) Stick Up Kid - Mulder
006) Stray Dogs - E-Z Rollers
007) Incredible - M Beat Feat. General Levy
008) Experience - ODG & Benjie
009) Don't Give a Dam - Mulder
010) Dum Dem - Capeltion
011) Limb By Limb (Remix) -DJ SS
012) Rudebwoy Shuffle - The Force
014) The Rythm the Rythm - D.E.D
015) Poison Dart - Probe & Sylo

Friday, January 29, 2010

DJ Shiftee Interview & US DMC Finals Footage

DJ Shiftee I know virtually nothing about this kid. However what makes him so endearing is his humble attitude. He seems like the genuine real deal. Mind you this may just be a fluke interview but I look forward to seeing more of him.

Thursday, January 14, 2010



This is really nothing new in fact its been going on for ages. I've never really been interested in this prospect, however Dj Ravine has inspired me a bit to throw my hat in the ring. How? He was himself, a little ego driven but he kept putting out mixes and kept getting better. His drive has inspired me to push my DJing of Ragga Jungle.

What I've realized is a few bloody things:
1) Ten Minutes is really fucking short.
- I feel my ADD brain click over into hyper drive, and I now have mad respect to all the DJs that are tackling this project.

2) I'm a sucker for old school amen jungle tracks (long intros, heavy rollers and loads of talking)
- What this means is its hard as hell to dig down to the break when DJing with vinyl.

3) Did I mention its a really short time limit.
- I'm both really hating this limitation but its also making me listen to my tracks differently and hone my crates for only the biggest gnarlist jungle rhythms. Not to mention paying attention to the harmonic tension.

The first two stabs will never be released for public consumption. "The giggler" got to hear it and her comments were as followed. Nice track selection but I'm not sure if your style of music will allow you to rock a 10 minute set. She of coarse phrased it nicer then this, but it just makes me want to do it even more.


Drum & Bass ! At the table !!!!!!

Now if my sister in law would just get in to hand drumming...

Friday, January 8, 2010 New Release Drum & Bass Player.

Freaking Awesome Idea. To Bad the Code conflicts with Blogger. It looks fuggly but it works. lol

Monday, January 4, 2010

01.04.2010 Social Lubrication V:007 (Featuring "The Wife Who Remains Nameless")

Cross genre, Platform, Radio Show LIVE from the Annex Studio 312. Join Edward & "Remains Nameless" on a journey to anywhere and everywhere musically. These are the "B-sides" to our holiday mix CD. So kick back and bring in the new years with some fun tunes, while we try to say warm. (Honey can I buy a heater for the Annex?)
Edward The Librarian & "The Wife Who Remains Nameless"
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Track List:
001) Christians & The Pagans - Dar Williams
002) Highway Halo - Old Crow Medicine Show
003) Place to Be - Nick Drake
004) Yes I will - Michel Franti & Spearhead
005) No Regrets - Aesop Rock
006) Pola on the Banjo - Bela Fleck
007) In My Sleep - Newfound Road
008) I wanna to be Seduced - Leon Redbone
009) Songs We Sing (live) - Assembly of Dust
010) Almost Human - Deep Purple
011) Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie - John Hartford
012) Love Your Life - Ed Solo
013) All I Want is You - Michael Franti & Spearhead
014) Motel in Memphis - Old Crow Medicine Show
015) I miss You - Newfound Road
016) Mama, Come Home - Ella Fitzgerald
017) One Step Closer to You - Michael Franti & Spearhead
018) Wondering Star - Portishead
019) Dr. Who on Holiday - Dean Gray

The Librarian Comments:
So my wife is in need of a DJ name. Leave your suggestions in the comment field under this episode.