Monday, September 17, 2007

its been a long toime.

with all these orenthal thigns going on. i just wanted to reflect on a great moment in our lifetime.

Saturday, September 01, 2007


When was was just getting out of college. I came across this insane crew of dudes called the litterthugs. I think there were 9 of them. They were djing everywhere in st.louis, having radio shows on KWUR, doing art, and just plain ole inspiring everyone around. As far as production and creativityI feel as if these dudes should be on top of the planet right now, but i guess people will just never be ready.

Here are some mini jams and profiles of the 3 cats i am most familiar with out the crew:

MIKE 2600 Besides being one of the nicest dudes mike is dope at deejaying, producing, graphic design and probably like 30 other things he doesnt tell anyone about so everyone doesn't secretly hate him. Mike is currently in minneapolis. He has recently dropped some great mixtapes and is begginging work on another one soon. Those familiar with the band have heard this track many times before. We used it as our intro for a few tours. The song is called inspired by one of the best video games ever, Mike Tysons PunchOut.


Doug Surreal- Raw Talent. Why this dude isn't getting 10g's a beat is beyond me. Doug has a bulk of material and its all really dope. I'm still trying to figure out what to put up since he gave me 12 cd's of mixtapes + beats last time he was around. Dude is silly on sherms.

Bitch Ass Darius aka Kenny Kingston aka Cougar Shuttle- This boy used to and still does play every wednesday @ the dollar bin in st.louis. Go check it out if you have a chance. I'm sure hes probably sick of playing the same music every wednesday for the past 7 years, but people still go bananas to it. He holds down records from 85-95 only. When he puts on his bitch ass darius gear, its fine booty and ghetto tech. His productions have seen the light on diplos fabric 24 mix, and a new mix from french ttc crew memeber dj koyote. Here is a track with an ode to the hometown.


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