Pos of De La Soul speaks with HipHopSite.Com’s DJ Pizzo @ Insert Coins Las Vegas “Hang The DJ” with DJ 88. Pos touches upon De La’s next LP, which may be called “You’re Welcome”, as well as other projects in the mix. They also speak on the fate of “Art Official Intelligence Part 3″ and, [cont.]
Two new tracks from Steve Aoki’s upcoming Wonderland LP, both set up for the club. Aoki’s been playing both cuts regularly during his sets at XS. That’s us dancing to Flux Pavillion in the above pic. Download Download
Been letting my DJ career get the best of me. Here’s the proof. Regular updates resume right nooooow.
Interview yours truly just did with Stereogrid, about HipHopSite.Com. For this week’s Blogger Q+A we talk to DJ Pizzo of HipHopSite. We discuss the history of HipHopSite, what catches his ear as a blogger/DJ & the advantages of being a genre specific blog. Stereogrid: Where, How & Why did you start HipHopSite? DJ Pizzo: I [cont.]
I’ll be opening for Lil Jizzle tonight at Tryst in Las Vegas. Hit me for guest list, HHS readers.
A client asked me throw together a mix of their favorite tracks from the likes of Deadmau5, Afrojack, Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, Kaskade, etc – pretty much everyone we play with at XS. Anyway, I’m kind of past playing a lot of these songs in the club at this point, so I’ll be releasing [cont.]
Here’s my set from Redy Set Radio w/ Bootleg Kev from earlier tonight. The above photo was taken at Supperclub L.A. last month – catch me there on Friday, October 14th, spinning music nothing like the set below. Tracklist: 1. Tower Heist – Nas / Rick Ross 2. Black Soul – Gilbere Forte w/ Big [cont.]
Yours truly speaks with The Andy Derer Show about the creation of HipHopSite.Com and the indie hip-hop movement of the late 90′s and early 2000′s. “The Independent hip-hop story of the late 90s was completely intense and brought from it many changes and trends that are still viable in hiphop music today. Hiphopsite.com was one [cont.]
Third volume in my mellow, chilled out bedroom mix series. The fact that this is 69 minutes long is by no means intentional.
Shoutout to Bootleg Kev, who had me up at RedySetRadio on Hot 97.5 KVEG last night. I can’t believe the shit I got away with playing on commercial radio…. Enjoy:
In Part One, Statik Selektah speaks with HipHopSite.Com’s DJ Pizzo about his new album “Population Control” on Showoff Records, as well as working with Mac Miller right before he blew up. In Part Two, Statik reveals the title of his new album with Termanology, 2012, due December 20th. He also speaks on a cut he [cont.]
Above is the cover for my upcoming Aural Sex 3 mix CD release, shot with three Las Vegas models at Living Penthouse. This is one of four shots included on the artwork. The mix is made up of mellow, chilled out trip-hop, soul, and beats, continuing in the tradition of the first two volumes, which [cont.]
Here is what your resident HHS founder does at night. Filmed at Spark 101 in Taipei and Filter Members Club in Singapore. I played some hip-hop too, heh.
Talib Kweli Speaks “Prisoner of Conscious” LP, Idle Warship LP, Liberation 2, and The Blackstar Reunion Album from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In part two of HipHopSite.Com’s interview with Talib Kweli, Kwel tells DJ Pizzo details about all of his upcoming projects, including the “Prisoner of Conscious” solo LP, his Idle Warship “Habits Of The Heart” [cont.]
DJ Spinna On The Greatest Accomplishment Of His Career from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In part two of HipHopSite.Com’s interview with DJ Spinna, DJ Pizzo asks Spinna about what he feels in his proudest moment throughout his legendary career as a producer.
Black Sheep On The Kia Commerical & “Be Faithful” from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In the final part of our interview with Black Sheep, DJ Pizzo asks Dres about his thoughts on “The Choice Is Yours” being used on KIA commercials and on Crooklyn Clan’s “Be Faithful”.
Coinciding with the release of 2010′s Celph Titled and Buckwild collaborative LP, Nineteen Ninety Now, comes Buck’s Wildest Beats, a collection of classic Buckwild productions and remixes from the 90′s, along with a few non-album tracks from the sessions with Celph Titled. Hosted by Celph Titled, mixed by DJ Pizzo. Download podcast version via Soundcloud [cont.]
I had the honor of spinning with A-Trak this past weekend at my regular residency, XS Las Vegas. I thought it might be a good idea to dig up this unreleased joint A-Trak did for HipHopSite.Com with his old group, Obscure Disorder, way back in 1997. We had planned to release some kind of mix [cont.]
Here’s your first look at the cover art for DJ Pizzo’s Buck’s Wildest Beats mix CD, which drops digitally next week, for free, right here. The mix is a collection of classic Buckwild produced tracks (pre-Biggie, pre-Whoa), as well as a few Celph & Buck gems not included on their Nineteen-Ninety Now LP. The mix [cont.]
Here’s the promo spot for Tryst and XS Memorial Day weekend. Along with Jermaine Dupri, Manufactured Superstars, DJ Spider, A-Trak, Afrojack, Deadmau5, Feed Me, of course the local residents DJ Pizzo, Warren Peace, Derrick Anthony will be holding it down. I’ll be playing with A-Trak.
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