Based on the set lists and reviews I’ve read it sounds like Umphrey’s McGee tore it up this weekend. I found a recording of a debute mash-up “Mark On The Bus” mashing Rage Against The Machine’s “Bulls On Parade” with The Beastie Boys “Mark On The Bus”. Unfortunately I don’t have a recording of it but you can listen to it here. Its a really sick mash-up.
Here’s their set list from 10/30
I: All In Time > The Linear, Red Tape, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft (w/Chris Wood), Bulls on Mark (Bulls On Parade/Mark On the Bus mash-up) > Front Porch, Cemetery Walk II II: In Bloom > Booth Love, Rocker II > In the Kitchen, Miss Tinkle’s Overture > Andy’s Last Beer, Higgins > Miss Tinkle’s Overture E: Push the Pic > All In Time
Set list from 10/31
I: Ocean Billy > Conduit, Nothing Too Fancy > Hangover, November Walk [Guns N’ Roses/Cemetery Walk], Women Wine & Song > Ocean Billy, 1348 > The Way You Rule The World [Tears for Fears/ Michael Jackson] > 1348 II: The Triple Wide > Bitter Sweet Haji [The Verve/Hajimemashite], Bridgeless > Walletsworth, “Top 10 mash-up costumes,” Prowler > Bridgeless, SOciable Jimmy > Nothing Too Fancy, 1901 Jump You [Phoenix/Van Halen/Cee Lo Green], Bright Lights E: JaJunk > Don’t Stop the Spirit of the Radio [Journey/Rush] > JaJunk
You can buy the show from 10/30 and 10/31 on their website.
The BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes never cease to amaze me. One of my favorite EMs is Hudson Mohawke. His gltichy hip hop style is one of a kind. In this mix you’ll hear Hudson Mo’s spin on Lil Wayne, Ludacris, Twista, Pharell and much more.
Syncopated Strangers > Conduit [02:50] > Syncopated Strangers [06:54], Nothing Too Fancy [11:37] > Divisions [21:58], You Know What I Mean [43:50], Booth Love (with Bob Marley Get Up, Stand Up jam) [50:00], Got Your Milk (Right Here) [61:17] > Nothing Too Fancy [64:50]
Umphrey’s will be playing two nights Oct 30th and 31st in St. Louis, MO at Pageant. For all of you not fortunate enough to live in St. Louis, they will be streaming both show live at iClips.com (which is pretty freaking awesome right?) You do have to pay for it but its only $4.99 for the 30th and $6.99 for the 31st. Happy Halloween!
Spotted N e Tempo at The Brain Trust’s blog. The Brain Trust is a hip-hop and electronic event production company with ties in Boston and NYC. They have worked with many artists like Major Lazer, KiD CuDi, O.T.T, Talib Kweli, EOTO, Rusko, Telepath, Brothers Past. N e Tempo really stood out to me as a duo that could really tear up the dance floor. Their music runs through the electronic genres covering dub step, breakbeat, house and downtempo. They have opened for big acts in the electronic scene including EOTO, Big Gigantic and Orchard Lounge. I really dig this band so check them out on Facebook and enjoy.
Disco Biscuits-Konkrete (DJ Vous & N E tempo Remix)
Exciting news from the world of Umphrey’s McGee! Starting this fall, Umphrey’s will begin rolling out some new music for all of us to enjoy. To kick things off they have released a new studio single titled “Wellwishers”. Its a pretty chill track and it definitely has potential for some wicked live jams.