Columbus rap group Greenhouse Effect is putting out a new ep next week called “Electric Purgatory”. They have a release party next Saturday, November 28th at Skullys.
Greenhouse Effect’s new line-up is Blueprint and Illogic.
Print’s been video blogging about the process building towards the release.
This shows Blueprint scoping out spots for a video shoot. He visits Used Kids, the Dube, the Fairgrounds, the traintracks and the Daymon Day Wall.
previous video blog after the jump.
Wexner continues to truly reflect what’s good or what used to be good in out fair city. They’ve teamed up with Numero Group to bring a good deal of history to the Lincoln Theater. Numero Group is a soul and R+B reissue label out of Chicago. It’s Columbus-relevant because in the past few years they unearthed and put out collections of Columbus labels like Prix and Capsoul.
So on November 9th, local legends like the Four Mints, and Marion Black will share the bill with the Notations, Syl Johnson, Renaldo Domino.
I don’t really listen to soul like that so, if you are like me and want to educate yourself, check out this mixtape the Wex has put together.
Also, on November 7th, the Wex is sponsoring a Soul Brunch at Tip Top. It’s hosted by Envelope, and will have DJ Detox, and Wax Poetic senior editor/DJ Shadow BFF Dante Carfagna playing records while you eat sweet potato fries. Some proceeds of Soul Brunch benefit Arc of Ohio, a charity that helps special-needs people.
MP3: Marion Black – Who Knows
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Tagged Dante Carfagna, DJ Detox, eccentric soul, Envelope, lincoln theater, Marion Black, numero group, the four mints, the wexner center
A few weeks ago we celebrated the 4th annual Daymon Day here in Columbus. We had a basketball tourney, tribute mural, emcee battle, parade and a rowdy dance party. We got our Rucker park on and then brought it into the streets.
For those that aren’t familar with Daymon Day but like things perhaps reading this article before or after viewing the following videos and pictures might give you some background info.
This video shot by A.J.(i think) shows the parade.
Watch it if you think marching 300 plus people in the middle of the road to Black Sabbath, Dilla, Cam’ron, M.O.P. , DJ Przm, Camu Tao, Jim Jones,Pharoah Monche and Racist Joe instrumentals to honor their fallen loved ones on an OSU gameday sounds interesting.
Photos taken by Danielle Kline that show a different detail after the jump. Continue reading
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You know Donewaiting rides for rapper Envelope. He rides for us. Envelope played our Third and Sixth anniversaries.
Above is a video Jessica Morgan took of Envelope’s epic Comfest performance that was cut short because of some sort of noise rule that placates cowards in nearby townhouses.
Well Well…looks like Envelope has a shot being the highlight at another outdoor festival here in Columbus
CD101 is having this thing where you vote for on their website to pick who plays their Summerfest with fellow Monster House alums, Matt & Kim and some other groups. If Envelope is added to this festival then his music will end up in regular rotation on CD101.
Aside from him being a good dood, really no artist ,save maybe TNV or Blueprint, deserves radio more than Envelope when you account draw,record sales, and resonance with an audience.
So help Tony help this world be less mediocre. Click here to Vote
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Tagged bsa, CD101, cd101 summerfest, Comfest, DJ Detox, Envelope, jessica morgan, Johnny Cashola., keep columbus from falling the fuck off, ODOT, The Catalyst, thought set
Get Right Host DirtNap, The Catalyst & Weedsteeler doods.
Dj Detox, Johnny Cashola & co had their biggest night Friday. People were getting turned away at the door @ 1am.. .(unfortuantely) Continue reading
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Tagged bsa, club karma, Columbus Dance Parties, dirtnap, DJ Detox, Get Right, Johnny Cashola., Milkbar, pbj, The Catalyst
MP3:Matt & Kim-Yea Yeah (Flosstradamus Remix Final)
Flosstradamus are playing at the Venue(Club Karma/Redzone) Saturday, June 20th along with DJ Detox, and CJ Townsend..
Flosstradamus are a deejay/remix duo from Chicago that has been doing it big for couple years now. They exist in the weird hybrid Electro/Juke whatever the fuck you call it world that has you playing Lollapalooza one day, and a small club date the next.
I spoke to half of them, J2k aka Young Josh aka Kid Sister’s brother on the phone when I was hanging out at the MilkBar a couple days ago. (J2K is the one with the Slingshot) J2k talked about their worst show, working with De La Soul, the backpack vs. hipster dynamic, and his love for midwest crowd.
what’s good with you?
J2K:Just played Los Angeles last night.
How was it ?
It was cool. The crowd was like 1200 people. It was a blast. It was fun.
Is that your usual turn-out on the West Coast?
It varies. We are playing at a club that holds 600 people in San Diego tonight.
What was your wackest deejay experience?
I wouldn’t say it was the wackest…We were at DJ AM’s club LAX. The people were not into it at all. It was a jiggy crowd. After about Ten minutes some girl told us we sucked. We got booted off the tables. Everyone hated us.
Did you still get paid?
Yeah. Of course. We went back 6 months later and killed it.
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Tagged cj townsend, club karma, DJ Detox, flosstradamus, Fool's Gold, Get Right, j2k, kid sister, matt & kim, Milk Bar, redzone, the venue
Introduction from Wes Flexner:
The first time I hung out with Jessica Morgan she was giving me a ride to Dirtnap and Johnny Cashola’s from Club Carma. She pulled up the corner, turned down the random Gucci Mane song and yelled to a group of black doods, “Oh no, the blue-eyed white devil has me. I can’t help it. They eat pussy. That’s their tricknology. Damn devils.” Then she peeled out. After I turned rouge from the embarrassment, I decided girl could be Sarah Silvermen x 9 ether. Makes sense.
She is Thought Set (The Catalyst, Meta4c,Envelope etc). Almost a year later Jessica approached me at Dipset Night at Spice and told me she followed my blog when she was away at school at NYU, and told me I should put her on. She was already goof-balling on the Get Right Blog as Jessica the Gawd. When she approached that night, Jessica was rocking a Barbara Kruger shirt she copped at the Pictures Generation show at the Met with my homegirl Caitlin, something about all that made me be like, ‘ www.donewaiting.com understands you babygirl’ and then we pinky swore to be besties. This Get Right review is her first blog but believe me she will around town for the next few weeks. Jessica Morgan is the person in this picture that isn’t me.
When I think of the Spice Bar certain things come to mind; douche bag guys in bad clothes and their annoying cokehead girlfriends standing around being pretentious or drunkenly dancing to shitty Flow-Rida songs and spilling my drink. Those assholes were in for a rude awakening when the Milk Bar’s Get Right took the place over for its 2 year anniversary party; Get Right shut shit down providing three rooms of DJs playing a variety of music. Continue reading
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This is family. I am so proud of them. Get Rights 2 Year-Anniversary @ Spice tonight.
Get Right Promoter DCKareem sez:
We are 2 years old . Oh my god i want to cry. Just want to say think you too all the people that have been there since the beginning.You know who you are!
so we have the whole clube
Yours truly Detox and Cashola in the Main room
DJ Gay Bar in the middle room
Cj Townsend and Mister Shifter on the Pation
but before you got to “Get Right” stop by Soveriegn Collective
for a FREE TATTOOS AND BOOZE for “the Savage Life Party”
choose from 3 designs For FREE “SAVAGE” TATTOO
Tattoos will be limited so show up early to get yours
1042 North High Street
Mp3:DJ Detox-Joy Division Mix
DJ Detox of Get Right,and Channing/Carley/Raina’s house party fame created a mix of the Manchester Post-Punk group’s music for today’s Joy Divisions Art Show .
The art show is in the front the Columbus Metropolitian today from 2-7:30 pm. (Downtown)
Joy Divisions curated by Eva Ball is inspired by pretty much any angle you can take on Joy Division. From Nazi sex slave camps to song interptations to abstracted word associations.
(Ask yourself, Whats a Joy Division? The 2010 pick-up line)
It’s a pretty thought provoking vechile.
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This is most interesting art show in a minute.
Lifted from the OSU Urban Art Space Website.
Thursday, June 4th 2009 | 2 to 7:30pm
Columbus Metropolitan Library
96 S. Grant Street
Downtown Columbus Ohio
Curated by Eva Ball, this exhibition and outdoor listening party explores the band Joy Division and the Nazi forced sex slave camps of the same name.
Joy Division, the band, is an English post-punk outfit, who changed their name from Warsaw to Joy Division in 1977, borrowing their new moniker from the sex slave wing of a Nazi concentration camp described in the 1955 novel, The House of Dolls. The group played their first show as Joy Division on January 25th, 1978.
The House of Dolls describes Joy Divisions as groups of Jewish women in WWII concentration camps who were forced into slavery for the sexual pleasure of Nazi soldiers. The book is currently part of Israeli high school curriculum.
Evidence suggests that between 1942 and 1945, Auschwitz and at least nine other Nazi concentration camps contained sex slave camps, called ‘Freudenabteilung’ or ‘Joy Divisions’, used by the government to reward both Nazi soldiers and cooperative non-Jewish inmates. This kind of slavery is not an uncommon war crime.
While bassist Peter Hook and keyboardist/guitarist Bernard Sumner of the band Joy Division later admitted to being intrigued by fascism at the time, Morris (drums) insisted that the band’s interest with Nazi imagery came from a desire to keep memories of the sacrifices of their parents and grandparents during World War II alive. He argued that accusations of neo-Nazi sympathies merely provoked the band “to keep on doing it, because that’s the kind of people we are.”
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Tagged "turtle", anna ranger, art shows, board museum, columbus metropolitian library, DJ Detox, eva ball, fascism, Get Right, jam dvision, joy division, levdon rubbing his hands together, mark van fleet, martin wieland, moral tales, nazis, pain brings joy division, sexual slavery, silt palace, suicide sickness, Sword Heaven, temperol lobe epilepsy, the bld, the homeless, weed steeler