Money Shots

10.18.12, Fillmore – Detroit, MI –  (Michael Stein)

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James Casey – 10.18.12 (Michael Stein)

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Cyro Baptista – 10.18.12 (Michael Stein)

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1,443 Responses to “Money Shots”

  1. poopgoblin Says:

    He’s kanye if he can rap. I dig the kids perspective. Pretty good complete spin imo

    I dig pop music sometimes. I enjoyed his last mixtape though also

  2. Henry Says:

    Spinning TAB at the Landmark Theater in ’01 from my hometown, Richmond, VA

    Hot show.

    Stream here easily: http://stash.nugs.net/trey/010228_mp3.asp?artist=14&show=89&cmd=shows

  3. Henry Says:

    Spinning TAB at the Landmark Theater in ’01 from my hometown, Richmond, VA

    Hot show.

    Stream here easily: http://stash.nugs.net/trey/010228_mp3.asp?artist=14&show=89&cmd=shows

  4. cal Says:

    My fave recent hip-hop album by a mile is Open Mike Eagle’s 4NML HSPTL. Not at all hardcore, just sick rhymes about shit I can relate to, and truly unique beats. Kinda mopey sometimes, extremely geeky, but I can get into that.

  5. Calpain Says:

    2 full spins of Kenrick’s album and i can definitely see the hype. a complete album. i liked it. and has me wondering about this more underground hip-hop. rec’s?

    just realized Orchard Lounge is playing at the blockley friday, it should get nice and cozy on the dancefloor. never seen them live, but have many of their mixes.

  6. poopgoblin Says:

    Bitch dant kill my vibe is a banging track

  7. Selector J Says:

    Me and Trey are adult contemporary now.-joe

    Haha! 100% with ya, joe. Can’t get in to new hip hop. I’ve tried. Just not feeling it. Not saying it’s all terrible now. I personally just don’t get into it like I used to. With rare exceptions, I’d rather just listen to the classics. I’m that way with all music these days, I guess.

    Need to start jamming show tunes. Seems more my speed these days.

  8. joe Says:

    weekend for me. time to say peace

  9. bobby weird Says:

    No, I get the inner city angst and all, and I appreciate the freedom of expression, the impact on societal awareness and all the rest. I really do. But I have concluded its merit stops there. The music in an of itself is brillant on rare occasions but generally wanting in a major way. I want to be convinced otherwise but to date this has not transpired. Mad respect to hh lovers. No dissin intended.

  10. xpun Says:

    fuck yeah…….. just cracked my first beer of a 4 day weekend

    went for some local ipas in a can after the convo yesterday….picked up some dif teas as well to try in place of my many cups of coffee

  11. butter Says:

    In Jobs We Trust

    Listening to the SJobs bio on audio cd, very nice listen, about 3/4 way thru

  12. xpun Says:

    just realized it is my 16th anny of seeing phish – 10-25-96 hampton. vividly remember so much about that show, more than many other 1.0s despite being spun pretty damn bad

    hahaha opener, cant beat it.

  13. Mr.Miner Says:

    a lot of negativity and bickering on here today. I feel like the site needs a reset of a new post. Unfortunately, I don’t have one 😉

    carry on…

  14. MiA Says:

    Selector!

    http://www.kvrx.org/listen

    Everyone have a great day today. Off site meetings today and tomorrow.

    Great any of 10-25-95 St. Paul Civic Center.

  15. MiA Says:

    Anny.

  16. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    Happy bday, MiA!

  17. MiA Says:

    Thanks T3. Great day for an anniversary!

  18. Spasm Waiter Says:

    Hey folks. Hope everybody has a great selector thursday.
    Need 29s for my 28s. Peace. Derrbot gheemail

  19. Guyute711 Says:

    Selector, you have Jacob Miller Tenement Yard? Just yell at me if you have played it recently.

  20. Guyute711 Says:

    Ha ha, and you were playing Jacob Miller. No wonder it sounded familiar. My reggae knowledge is limited.

  21. SillyWilly Says:

    “The music in an of itself is brillant on rare occasions but generally wanting in a major way.”

    I agree. I agree that hip-hop for the most part is dead. But, I think for the most part most musics are dead, so I wouldn’t limit to just hip-hop.

    All art springs from it’s particular time and place. The social, political, and economic environment that produces a work/genre of art obviously can never be replicated again.

    But, mass production controls most genres. The problem with mass production is it does not exist to provide the people with hopeful expressions arising from a certain climate. It exists to make money.

    It’s easier to make money when you can control the form and content of a genre. You can tailor your production to churning our homogeneity. It’s more efficient. it’s easier to sell and distribute bud light, than your homebrew IPA.

    Kill Your Landlord isn’t possible in 2012. But, the industry wants you to think it is.

    Creativity, then, becomes a political act. Coming up with some that can’t be boxed and mass-marketed is a rejection of the culture industries.

    in my opinion, that’s what Phish does.

  22. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    funny

    from here

  23. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    first Liquid Time of tour last night…

    interested in hearing that Plasma->Liquid Time for sure

    where are Marco and SheDivides to fill us in?

  24. xpun Says:

    starting the day out with 2-10-93 tweezer>walk the line

    @silly realized the hobbit is a much quicker read at just over 300 pages, should be able to knock that out with the kids before movie launches. thanks for the inspiration

  25. Spasm Waiter Says:

    Selecta- Nice rid dims. I like this Donaldson tune (high pitched voice). New to me.

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