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Classics Party #2: No Jacket Required Mix

(Artwork: Kenji Enos) In preparation for Classics Party #2 No Jacket Required by Phil Collins I put together a mix. The mix takes us from Collins prog/pop transition with Genesis to perfecting his sound to a chorus of hundreds of … Continue reading

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Something/Anything?: Thoughts on Rundgren’s classic and the progressive class

Something/Anything?  By Todd Rundgren (1972) Todd Rundgren is a pop music genius. Todd Rundgren was also bored with pop music during his artistic prime. Most of his releases during his prime (70-78) skew towards the bored end. By bored this … Continue reading

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Classics Party #1 – Pimp Trick Gangster Click Mixtape

With Classics Party #1: Aquemini quickly approaching our DJ for the event, DJ Ayres has put together a magnificent mixtape inspired by the sounds of “Aquemini” era Outkast and their crew The Dungeon Family. This mix is a perfect example … Continue reading

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Classics Party #1: Aquemini

Classics Party Presents: A Celebration of Aquemini by Outkast With DJ Ayres 9/30/10 | Thursday | 8pm – 11pm No Malice Palace 197 East 3rd Street (Btwn Avenue A & Avenue B) New York,  NY Featuring all of the songs … Continue reading

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One and done, The Grays

The Grays – Ro Sham Bo (1994) An album can mean much more to me for numerous inane reasons than the average music listener. The album of course must be good and resonate on some level, but there’s sometimes a … Continue reading

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Welcome to Classics Party

Workingman’s Dead, The Wall, Funeral, Jewelz, Clube De Esquina, Tupelo Honey, One in a Million, Moon Safari, Something/Anything, Aquemini, Something To Write Home About, Let It Die, Since I Left You, I’m Still In Love With You, The Hour of … Continue reading

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