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“No two days are alike, except the first and fifteenth pretty much!!”
Not to be confused with Lupe Fiasco’s Production Company, Crossfaded Bacon is proud to present the triumphant return of the 1st & 15th Mix Series (now entitled the 1st & 15th Mixcast!) tomorrow March 1st with DJ Last Word’s fantastic new-rap-&-original-samples mixtape Somewhere Between Fast Food and Vegan Volume 2 (snippets of which can be heard here and here).
To prep for the mixtape and the return of the series, we’ve gone ahead and uploaded all 22 previous installments of the Mix Series on our Mixcloud page where you can stream each of the mixes in all their glory. If you’re not the streaming type, feel free to download any and all of the mixes RIGHT HERE as well. There’s literally something for everyone as you can see from the diverse discography below.
Thanks in advance for all the support and we’ll see you back on this page every 1st & 15th (but hopefully more often then that)!
Vol 01 – Bo Bliz – Best of TI (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 02 – Emynd – A Bunch of Rap (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 03 – Bo Bliz – Best of Project Pat (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 04 – Emynd – Best of Bmore Club Rap (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 05 – DJ Ayres – Best of Jeezy (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 06 – Bo Bliz – Best of Reef (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 07 – Emynd – A Bunch of R&B (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 08 – Kenny Fiesta – Flo-Ridas Side A (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 09 – Bo Bliz – Club Shit (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 10 – Bobby Analog – Outkast Party Mix (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 11 – Emynd – Best of Bleek (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 12 – DJ Eleven – 50 Minutes of Fresh (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 13 – Bo Bliz – Best of Schoolly D (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 14 – Sal Paradise – Sal’s Live Mixing (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 15 – DJ Apt One – Best of Philly Disco (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 16 – Emynd – Emynd in the Mix #1 (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 17 – Scottie B – Live in Philly (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 18 – Meistro – Crab Chips and Lake Trout (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 19 – Bo Bliz – Summer in Philly (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 20 – Pete Butta – Best of Gucci Mane (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 21 – JD – JD’s Bounce Mix (Stream)(MP3 Download)
Vol 22 – DJ Eleven – Best of MOP (Stream)(MP3 Download)
What’s good, party peoples? My name is Scott Matelic, a recent Brooklyn transplant from Indianapolis, Indiana. I’m a DJ/Producer/record collector who has decided to join the ranks of the CFB blogging crew. I figured I would hit you all off with a track of some sort, and so here it is–a quick and shortened revamp of M.O.P.’s classic “Ante Up.” Obviously, nothing tops the original version, but I like the idea of hip hop acappellas over UBB style breaks–and these are two of my favorites (Gaz “Sing Sing” and Banbarra “Shack Up”). Plus, the tempo adjustment allows you to slip it into sets that were formerly “non-M.O.P bpm friendly”.
Have at it.
A new mix of Dance music I made for the summer. Tons of CFB releases, corny shit, hard shit, fun shit, and whatever else I’m into. Lots of in-key mixing and fun little blends too. Hope y’all enjoy this as much as I do!
1. Emynd ft Roundhead “The Most High” (So Shifty Remix)
2. Emynd ft Roundhead “The Most High” (Original Mix)
3. SIS “Break Down” (Original Mix)
4. Raziek “Die” (Emynd Remix)
5. Boy 8 Bit “A City Under Seige” (Original Mix)
6. Mr. Goaty, Antonio Venuti “Fashion Flute” (Main Mix)
7. Scott Matelic “Sirens”
8. U-Tern “Style, Class Flair” (Emynd’s “Money To Blow” Blend)
9. Giulio LNT “Hello Chicago” (Original Mix)
10. So Shifty ft Ward 21 “Wine” (Them Jeans Remix)
11. So Shifty ft Ward 21 “Wine” (Original Mix)
12. Wolfgang Gartner “Undertaker” (Original Mix)
13. Dan Oh “Lysis” (Emynd Remix)
14. Zeppy Zep “Sierra”
15. Scott Matelic “Party People” (Emynd Remix)
16. Libex, Lrm “Liftered” (Original Mix)
17. Steve Smooth, Luvli “So High feat. Luvli” (Inphinity & Kalendr Remix)
18. Duck Sauce “The Motion”
19. Nelski “Body Pop” (Radio Slave Remix feat. Tom Gandey)
20. DJ Unk “In Yo Face” (Unruly’s Scottie B Remix)
21. Emynd “Don’t Stop”
22. Thommy Davis “Night Train” (Club Mix)
23. Groove, Lello Mascolo “I Dont Love You No More” (Jerry Ropero Remix, Robbie Groove Re-edit)
24. French Fries “Senta” (Emynd Mighty Quinn Piano Blend)
25. Them Jeans “Flying Rats” (Original Mix)
Today, December 22nd marks the release date of Crossfaded Bacon’s newest release, *THE DRAMA EP* by North-Carolinian-turned -LA-Transplants BROTHER READE. I’ve posted a promo youtube above with a snippet of each song (and click after the jump to peep full length Youtubes videos of each song) but this is the first of many Hip-Hop releases soon to come on CFB. As usual, genre-limitations are busted open on this release as the production infuses elements and influences as far reaching as Dub Step, traditional Southern Rap, Big Room House, and that True School Boom Bap Rap while vocalist Jams F. Kennedy weaves his way through each beat. Featuring remixes by Emynd, Scott Matelic, and new CFB signee Them Jeans, we’re all really excited about this EP.
Today, we’re sharing Brother Reade’s original “Southern Boy” mix as well as Emynd’s “Southern Man Remix” and we invite you to blog and distribute these two songs freely.
Thanks so much for the support! Don’t forget to follow Crossfaded Bacon on Twitter!
Check after the jump for full Youtube videos.
Today marks the release date of another fantastic release on our lil’ ol’ label here at Crossfaded Bacon HQ. This time we’re taking it back to them Old School Disco Party Breaks with Mike 2600’s *READY TO ROCK EP*. Mike himself created the hilarious and fun Promo video above of the title track on the EP, and I think it gives you a great indication of what this EP is all about with its Old School party vibes and editing. As you’ll notice quickly, each of the original songs on *Ready To Rock* are very clearly inspired by the innovative cut & paste mixes of Double Dee & Steinski, the Disco Rap aesthetic embodied by labels like West End and Enjoy Records, the spaced-out disco sounds of Cloud One, and even the raw sounds of ’60s garage and psych rock. If you didn’t already know, Mike 2600 is already a well known figure amongst some of the world’s biggest DJs (organizing the annual DO IT TO IT party at SXSW and helps compile the accompanying vinyl EP featuring remixes from DJs like Tittsworth, Dave Nada from Nadastrom, Crossfaded Bacon’s Emynd, and Bird Peterson) this is his first official solo release. Accompanied by exclusive remixes from CFB boys Emynd and Scott Matelic, we’re really proud to introduce Mike 2600 to the rest of the world with another CFB release that will sound fresh whether played today, tomorrow, next year, or next decade. Oh and don’t forget to follow him on Twitter.
As a gift to y’all today, you can download Mike’s original *Gigolo Rhythm* and Scott Matelic’s Remix below. Feel free to blog these boys or hit us with comments!
And check after the jump for youtube clips of all the tracks on the EP!
Today, Crossfaded Bacon Digital is very proud to present Scott Matelic’s *Party People EP* featuring remixes by Emynd as well as a collaboratory effort between Baltimore legends Scottie B & King Tutt. You can purchase the release at Turntable Lab, Junodownload, Amazon and iTunes!
CFB is circulating one of the highlights of the EP “Hype” for free download. Feel free to blog the song as freely as y’all like!
And Scott was kind enough to bless us with a dope 40 minute promo mix of some cuts from this release:
“The “Party People Promo Mix” is a Bmore Club based mix that showcases all tracks featured on my Crossfaded Bacon release, “Party People EP.” Additionally, I threw in some recent remix work and a couple other joints, including songs by Armand Van Helden, the homey Emynd, KW Griff, and Indianapolis up-and-comers Night Riders. — Scott Matelic
Enjoy and thanks for all the support!
Scott Matelic “Party People Promo Mixtape” (Mediafire 192)
1. Scott Matelic “Party People”
2. Scott Matelic “Party People (Scottie B. & King Tutt’s Eastside Westside)
3. Scott Matelic “Party People (Emynd Remix)”
4. Scott Matelic/Paul Johnson/House of Gypsies “Get Get Down”
5. Scott Matelic “This Naptown”
6. Scott Matelic “Sirens”
7. Scott Matelic “Scottieottie”
8. Major Lazer “Pon De Floor (Scott Matelic Remix)”
9. Scott Matelic “Hype”
10. Scott Matelic “Ain’t Going Nowhere”
11. Scott Matelic “Grapevine”
12. Mike 2600 “Gigolo Rhythm (Scott Matelic Remix)”
13. Night Riders “Don’t Get Me Wrong”
14. Party People Fast Break
15. Armand Van Helden “Illin N Fillin It”
14. KW Griff “One More Chance”
16. Emynd “But It’s Alright”
Check after the jump for individual youtubes of each of the tracks from the EP.
Dropping Today, Crossfaded Bacon Digital is proud to present Scott Matelic’s *Party People EP* featuring remixes by Emynd as well as a collaboratory effort between Baltimore legends Scottie B & King Tutt. Posted above is a quick 10 minute mix of all the songs on the release. Purchase the release at Turntable Lab, Junodownload, Amazon and iTunes!
New Crossfaded Bacon Records signing Mike 2600 killing it with a couple of really dope tracks over on the Yeeeah Buddy blog. While Mike and I make wildly different stuff, I’m really into his un-trendy style. I like to think that a lot of the stuff I personally make is likable and useful without bending towards whatever trendy aesthetic is currently in season on the blogs, and Mike’s stuff has that exact same feel. I guess the word I’m looking for is “timeless.” This stuff doesn’t sound like it was made in 2009, 1999, or 1989. It just sounds right, and I’m a big fan of music that isn’t concerned with its timeliness (shout out to folks like Eli Escobar and the Nacho Lovers who I feel are a couple other prime examples of this same artistic ethos). Anyway, enjoy the tracks and check back here for more info on Mike 2600’s forthcoming release (with remixes by Emynd and Scott Matelic)!