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RJD2 Remix Contest

RJD2 dropped the Inversions of the Colossus a few weeks ago. It has unreleased joints, as well as remixes, and instrumentals off of the Colossus.
RJD2 announced a remix contest for his song “the Glow”. The winner will be a b-side to a digital single alongside a Flosstradamus remix. You can get the stems and enter the contest at RJD2Remix.com.

Also RJD2 is giving away two remixss on his facebook page.
There is a Bassnectar remix of “A Son’s Cycle” feat The Catalyst, Illogic and NP
and a Candy Panther remix of “The Glow”
here is pretty good feature on RJ in Paste Magazine.

MP3: Kid Sister “Right Hand Hi”

MP3: Kid Sister: Right Hand Hi

Kid Sister is the younger women in this foto. I am told she is a total babe despite her self-proclaimed flatuence problem.

Whatever the case, the above MP3 “Right Hand Hi” is a continuation of the the Native Tongueish  Hip-House revival that these Chi-town people seem to drawn to.

This song is on her upcoming album Ultraviolet set for release October 6th on Downtown Records.

Interview With J2k of Flosstradamus

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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