Tuesday, July 20, 2010

DJ Hype on Kiss 100 with special guest Gridlok








Back in June the one and only
DJ Hype
invited Project Fifty-One
label boss Gridlokto rinse out
the 2nd half of his show on Kiss 100.



Gridlok is hands down one of America’s hardest working producers and DJs. Gridlok has charted a steady, methodical path into the vanguard of drum and bass. His tracks enjoy the support of drum and bass’ finest, from Andy C to Bailey. His work ethic and tireless efforts to advance the sonic breadth of the music have yielded tremendous dividends for drum and bass fans worldwide. Recent tracks such as “Heatwave” on Violence have become staples of countless major league DJs worldwide, and they are huge crowd favorites.



Hype in the Mix

Fresh – Acid Rain

Jayden – Rudeboy

Bladerunner – Back to the Jungle

Shimon – The Smoker

Dillinja – Back to Detroit

Phil Tangent – Billies Smile

Crystal Clear – Rock the Kasbah




Gridlok in the Mix

Hive and Gridlok – Standing Room Only (featuring D-Bridge, Break, and Silent Witness)

Gridlok and the Upbeats – The Jitters

Calyx – Are You Ready (Hive and Gridlok Remix)

Gridlok – Heatwave

Gridlok – Los Angeles

Gridlok – Steady

Hive, Keaton, Echo, and Gridlok – Violent Sound

Keaton and Gridlok – Move On

Gridlok – 5th Dimension

Gridlok – Radar


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Check out Gridlok August 1st at DEEP, San Diego's Premiere DnB/Jungle Night.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The Purple one hits the big 5 0!

Space Invader Invades San Diego


If you’re in San Diego for Comic-Con this month, be sure to watch the skies — or rather, the rooftops — for signs of an extraterrestrial invasion.

French street artist Invader has installed 21 ceramic tile recreations of the iconic Space Invaders alien all around San Diego.

The project is part of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s upcoming exhibition Viva la Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape. The show, including works from renowned street artists such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey, opens July 18th.









Full story @ (excerpt taken from)
www.wired.com