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A couple of the Dirt Cheap team spent the last week working at the Odd Future pop-up store in London – which coincided with the crews UK tour. It was a pretty crazy (tiring!) week working the shop in the day and partying with the band on a night.
Here’s a cool little video on Odd Future’s channel
Much more to come when we have sorted our own media/heads out..
OK weak title but here’s a couple of new bits from our boy Savvy..
BEATNIK MIX ONE
Rapper and producer Asaviour, aka Savvy, is the next to offer this exclusive mix as part of our guest producer series.
A mixture of feel good hip hop, reggae, retro-pop and electronic selections, the infectious tracklist provides a unique insight into the talented musician’s musical inspirations.
To listen and download head over to Beatnik
BBC RADIO 1 – MAIDA VALE SESSION
Savvy aka Asaviour performs the following tracks from a series of sessions at the world-renowned Maida Vale Studios
So Northern ( from Asaviour’s album The Borrowed Ladder )
Kaleidoscopes & Tightropes ( from the BrainFood album by DJ IQ)
Beefy (from Asaviour & DJ IQ’s album The A Loop Theory)
Mark Ronson – Mix-master, music-maker, all-around style-setter.
Check out the latest issue of ‘The Creators Project’ with pop-superstar-DJ-producer Mark Ronson. A good ‘behind the scenes’ look at Ronson, his work, ideas and background. It actually changed my mind about him; Sure he has done some stuff not to my taste, but I guess it is because pop is not to my taste! He has worked with quite an impressive array of artists, it’s also clear he has a talent for and loves doing his thing. This is one of the few interviews there are floating about that give such a look at the man behind the music.
Interesting to see his usage of virals with oldskool graphics that take me back and just the general ‘doing it on the cheap’ (relatively!). Also his comments on the future of the music business, with the current changes it is good to see a popular artist speak openly about their uneasiness! However as he says “There will always people that are going to want to have great music, so we all need to figure out the way to let people access it in a way that’s not going leave artists and musicians starving on the street.”