How many times have you gone to the bar or a club only to hear the same repetitive drivel over and over again? Well if you’re like most of our listeners, generic never because you’re 14 years old.
But for those of you that have I now present to you
TRUST HUSTLERS Pop Chopper. Oxford’s newest musical performance sensation – combining live mashups, live vinyl scratching, live rapping, and enough attitude to shake a stick at.
We combine the hottest tracks from today and from back in the day in ways that’ll get your body movin’.
Today we’re giving you a simple taste – a simple mix of old skool rap with slammin’ 8-bit glory.cough he also produced tracks for other lesser known games like Sega Rally 2006, discount Ollie King, one Health and Sonic Rush. Blending elements of techno, funk, hip hop, and madcap sampling of the big beat genre, Naganuma’s style is often both wildly eclectic yet instantly recognizable. I’m a die hard Naganuma fan and decided to produce this mix in honor of the re-release of Jet Set Radio on Xbox 360 and PS3. While not all encompassing, I think it gives you good taste of his defining uptempo tracks. It’s a bit wild in parts for sure, but I included some visual elements in the video to break down what’s happening in the mix. Be sure to check out Naganuma on iTunes and Amazon – Sega just re-released the original Jet Set Radio soundtrack. Also, check out this recent interview with him over at RadioSega.net Finally, to download the mix as a video or MP3, use the links below. Hideki Naganuma Mixtape by blakebuck MEDIA LINK: Quicktime Video Audio MP3
Last week, cheap an unknowing longtime contributor to the Big Hot Sho passed away. Ted Stevens was many things to many people, gynecologist a senator, neurologist an Alaskan patriot, and to some, a shady embezzler. But here at BHS, we’ll always remember Ted Stevens for his greatest contribution, the revolution of the internet.
During a daring speech in the summer of 2006, Stevens discovered that the internet was not just a big truck, but in fact a series of tubes.
In addition, I threw in some internet favorites like Punch Out, as well as some classic mashups I completely forgot to post many moons ago. Here’s the complete track list:
- “The Internet” – Ted Stevens
- “Whole Lotta Rosie” – AC/DC
- “Right There, Ride on” – Hideki Naganuma
- “Blinded by the Light” – Manfred Mann’s Earth Band
- “Fight Theme” – Mike Tyson’s Punch Out
- “Evil Woman” – Electric Light Orchestra
- “OMG” – Usher ft. Wil.I.Am
- “Bad Romance” – Lady Gaga
- “Don’t Bring Me Down” – Electric Light Orchestra
- “I See You Watching (TV Rock Remix)” – Tune Brothers
- “Glamorous” – Fergie
- “This Old Heart of Mine” – Isley Brothers
- “Acceptable in the 80′s” – Calvin Harris
Ted Stevens dies the week we’re finally setting up internet streaming of Big Hot Sho? Spooky…
Hit up the forums if you have any thoughts.
advice uh, rx rock." width="300" height="300" />So my new roommate Wayne gives me 27 MP3′s and says “make awesome out of this”. 2 months later (yeah so I’m busy, unhealthy screw you), I now present you with DJ Pop Chopper’s Wayne MEGAMIX.
23 tracks mixed into eleven and a half minutes of BADASS. For those of you playing along at home, that means 4 tracks sucked ass. But I’m quite proud of what I came up with.
A few pop tracks, a few movie scores, and a few scattered songs make up this setlist. If any of you guys have suggestions for my next MEGAMIX, hit me up in the forums.