Posts tagged vinyl
Posts tagged vinyl
Bionic Boogie’s Cam Run is playing funk, soul, hip-hop & boogie tonight at Ore Bar in Brooklyn. Start your weekend right with some great drinks and quality music on vinyl!!
New Thursday monthly launching this Thursday night at Ferdydurke - Crate Invaders.
Resident djs Eddie Mac & MzRizk (DJ) will be joined by this month’s guests:Edd Fisher & DJ Keito ( Jazzy Sport/YKM Basement - JAPAN)
The night is a night for music lovers, where djs get to dig deep into their crates to pull out the vinyl nuggets. FREE ENTRY. 7pm-1am.
New York peoples! Join us on Wednesday July 16th for another Brooklyn edition of the Bionic Boogie Sessions.
Cam Run from the Bionic Boogie Radio Show will be spinning tracks from recent digs and slinging plenty of 45s that made the trip over from down under.
Kicking off at 10pm, the funk, soul, boogie, jazz, disco, hip-hop and good vibes will be happening right through until 4am at Daddy’s on Graham Ave - just a hop, skip and a two-step from the Graham L stop.
Hope to see you for a mid-week drink and boogie!
Bionic Boogie Brooklyn Sessions
10pm-4am - Wednesday 16th July - Free Entry
Bionic Boogie Radio Show
Cam Run throws together a little mix using some random jazz records that were scattered around the turntables.
The Bionic Boogie boys are joined by DJ MANCHILD this Saturday night. Be ready for some heavy funk and soul business!
Looking forward to Bionic Boogie Sessions #4 this Australia Day!
Bionic Boogie Samplification Show Episode 1
BIONIC BOOGIE PRESENTS ITS FIRST IN A SERIES OF SHOWS
— “SAMPLIFICATION” —
hosted by EDDIE MAC & CAM
In the early days of hip hop, when it was just two turntables and a microphone, having a ready collection of samples and drum breaks was mandatory. It was just how things were done.
But over the years, the introduction of sampling technology and the introduction of live instrumentation made using the same songs over and over less necessary.
Hungry SP1200’s and MPC’s were fed an endless supply of funky sounds to be looped and chopped into the hip hop classics that we know and love today.
As my man chuck d said, “this is a sampling sport!”
the floor of the studio during a bionic boogie show.