Thursday, March 11, 2010


Dookie Platters


Every first Saturday at El Myr and every last Saturday at the Highland Inn.


I started off with rap and Southern hip-hop, but now I involve more diasporic African stuff that leads into hip-hop through traditional African music to Caribbean and dancehall. I'm also into Cumbia and South American music that takes its rhythmic cues from the traditional percussion of Africa. So hip-hop, dub step, Cumbia, reggae and Afrobeat are the main genres that I spin.

Complementary drugs:

Definitely a blunt. A fat blunt of some sticky weed and a couple of beers just to get you right. You don't want to go too far overboard.

Late Night Round Up.

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