As mega-plexes buckle under an onslaught of over-branded superheroes this summer, there’s one heroic team-up that beats them all: Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark! Ever since his time as a founding member of The Pharcyde, Slimkid3 has stood out for his relationship raps, both warm-hearted and cooly observant. As an innovative member Jurassic 5, DJ Nu-Mark [cont.]
DJ Nu-Mark, Cut Chemist, Ben Blackwell, Z-Trip, Egon, Pete Rock, Just Blaze, Da Beatminerz, and more talk about some of their best finds for a special Record Store Day edition of Crate Diggers.
DJ Nu-Mark’s collection of over 30,000 records hails from New Orleans, Iran, Cuba, and even a Count Chocula cereal box. He shows off a rare edition of Common’s “The Bitch of Yoo” with an extra verse, and talks about his first gig DJing on an ironing board at a house party back in 1988. Crate [cont.]
Rolling Stone gets the drop on this new cut from DJ Nu-Mark’s album, Broken Sunlight, as seen offered above on the Get On Down USB/Turntable needle.
After more than three years of brainstorming, experimenting and collaborating, DJ Nu-Mark’s debut solo album Broken Sunlight is finally available. Featuring guests including Bumpy Knuckles, Large Professor, J-Live, Aloe Blacc, Charles Bradley, Quantic, A-Skillz and more, Broken Sunlight showcases DJ Nu-Mark’s love of hip-hop, funk and cumbia. Included with the release is “Nu-Conduit” a 50-minute [cont.]
Taken from the upcoming album, Broken Sunlight.
Taken from DJ Nu-Mark’s Broken Sunlight available from Hot Plate Records.
Recognized for his pioneering work with Jurassic 5, DJ Nu-Mark is best known for his production on the anthem “What’s Golden.” Nu is putting the finishing touches on his debut solo release Broken Sunlight to be released in early 2011. Here’s what Nu-Mark had to say about his “Take Me With You” mix. “When you’re [cont.]
One of the most consistent artists in hip-hop, Jurassic 5 returns with its latest effort, “Feedback”. I chat with the DJ Nu-Mark about the new album, their collaboration with the Mighty Mos Def, and the situation with Cut Chemist. Plus the debut of the “One Line Random Eleven”, eleven questions asked that you didn’t know [cont.]
Compilation/mix cd – no rating given. Although Jurassic 5 have been a staple of the West Coast scene for over a decade, touring incessantly, and Cut Chemist “rode the fader” into mix collaborations like the acclaimed Brainfreeze, the group’s co-producer, DJ Nu-Mark, has been more of a recluse. He’s obviously been busy though, as this [cont.]
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