Tuesday, October 28, 2008


I am sure that this is blowing up all over the blogosphere but peep this. Music by FlyLo, directed by Eric Wareheim of Adult Swim's Tim and Eric. Shout out to Dr. Steve Brule!!! More info below.

This video below contains some explicit cartoon scenes, flashing lights and is FOR OVER 18's ONLY.

Directed by Eric Wareheim (Tim & Eric) in association with Warp Records and Warp Films. Music by Flying Lotus. Co Directed/ Animation by Devin Flynn. Co Directed/ Edited by Eric Fensler. More info at dancefloordale.com

Reason #674 to never sell your Rhodes...

Michel Sardaby's "Welcome New Warmth"

From his very rare 1974 LP "Gail"

Welcome New Warmth - Michel Sardaby

Peep the full track here.


Sunday, October 26, 2008

Afreaka! this Wednesday night at The Attic.

This Wednesday I'll be presenting a night called Afreaka! at The Attic. I'll be spinning psychedelia from all over the globe including rare shit from India, Turkey, Brazil, Africa, Jamaica, and right here in the US of A. Don't miss out on the weird cuts I'll be dropping for ya all evening long. Plus, it's free because I love you.

Mophono Record Release Party

Okay, I'm about to make a really bold statement but. . . Mophono aka DJ Centipede could be the illest DJ in SF. If you don't know, homey slays it every Tuesday night at Madrone with Citizen Ten at their night called Change the Beat. Do yourself a favor and check it, I promise you won't be disappointed.

So last night at Space gallery he had his record release party for his skip on beat edit of the classic David Axelrod cut "The Edge". Guest DJs include E Da Boss, The Gaslamp Killer, B. Cause and Guillermo. Dopeness ensued.

Deejay OM and Samiyam.

E Da Boss spinning a set of 45s at 33 1/3 rpm.

Centipede made the night fun with encouraging people to fuck with the table while he was spinning his Axelrod edit. It was cool because no matter how much people were fucking with the needle, the beat stayed strong. True skip on beat shit.

Later I stopped by a warehouse party in SOMA with Lazer Sword that was interesting . I also ran into my old friend Bryan Wiseman from back in the day who lives in Chicago now. Dude is the shit. People were getting down late as hell. I didn't take many photos though.

I love this city.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Pleasuremaker Birthday Getdown.

The newly engaged lovebirds. I love them!!!

I know what you're thinking, "Gee MAKossa do you ever change your fucking clothes?"

Yeah well I'm working on that, Imma broke azz these dayz so chill.

Me and my friends love ourselves some Fela. (Hand drawn Fela birthday card by D~Lux. Hella Props grrrl!)

Three words: suave.motha.fuckas.

Yes ladies, Marcus dresses this well all the time, so you might wanna take a number!

Benicio is the sheeeeeit. Homie hooked me up with one a these and an hour later I was toast!

Great night indeed. We celebrated Pleasuremaker's birthday properly. We hit some great Indian food, then Revolution Cafe, Elbo and finally Bruno's. Tuesday is the new Friday!

Now I'm headed down to my new favorite dive in the Mission, the Attic, to peep some tunes at Deep Listen hosted by my man Izzy.

And one more thing...

GO B-ROCK!!! Things are looking up America. Stay strong.

Palin wants your vote, then your blood.

Saw this down in the Mission last night amidst celebrating Pleasuremaker's birthday. Pretty dope. More photos on their way.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Fo Sho! Friday with DJ Quickie Mart 10.10.08

Our homey Gavin grabbed the mic and destroyed it.

We rock this party every second Friday of the month at Madrone!!!

Don't miss out on this!!!

Catchin' up.

For the past couple weeks I have not posted many photos of what I've been up to, so without further ado, here are some random photos from my life the past couple of weeks.

Here are some from Lovefest.

The DJ booth in the cockpit was a nice touch.

JonH of Fort Knox Five and Drop the Lime chattin' at the Supper Club float.

There were a rediculous amount of extremely young ladies loving the attention they were getting from wearing close to nothing.

This dude was thrilled about it.

The festival was a good time but 95% of the music was crap. It is extremely cool that a festival like this can still go down every year for free however. Only in SF.

These are all from a couple weeks back at various locations around SF (Revolution Cafe, Obama fundraiser parties, Afrolicious, late nights, etc.)

There is a lot of love in the city this time of year. Beautiful people sharing beautiful times together. Spread the love.