Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can hire or listen to Psykhomantus in the club or your speakers with this rating. The DJ under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Hard Beats are generally allowed, and strong Scratchin/Beat Juggling along with Body Tricks activity is also allowed. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if justified by a fly groupie.

Friday, 26 February 2010

Free Download: For Break Sakes... (B-Boy's Edition) by Psykhomantus

Inspired by last years B-Boy event "Battle Of The Year" in Germany, Jonzi D's Festival "Breakin Convention" and Rob Swift's Dust To Dust mixtape, I wanted to make a better Breakin mixtape than my last one (Butta Breaks, 2006). Paying due's to the realest art form in Hip-Hop, I present to you "For Break Sakes... (B-Boy's Edition)". Click on the Image and enjoy.

Where's Kenny?

If Anybody has seen this brother? His name is Kenny Dust. If so report to and locate else where for your safety. You have Been WARNED!

Thursday, 25 February 2010

R.I.P. Chilly B

Chilly B, MC in old school Hip-Hop group Newcleus ("Jam On It"), reportedly passed away today due to complications from a massive stroke that he suffered days ago. Sadly the stroke is said to have left him brain dead and in a coma. Chilly is survived by his wife Valerie and his sons Justin, Jason, Joshua and Isaiah.

The tweets are already talking about the news. Hit the jump to see some classic Newcleus videos and hear some music.

Newcleus-Jam On It

R.I.P Chilly B

Monday, 22 February 2010

Save Plastic People (London's Finest Club)


Plastic People, the most legendary underground club in London, with the most incredible DJs, and the best soundsystem (and let's face it pretty much our second home for many years), is having to appeal to the police to keep their license - they have until 11th March to make their case. I know PMOI friends & fam will do whatever we can to help.

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Join the Facebook group HERE to stay up to date on how to help keep it open.


Thursday, 18 February 2010



Hosted by Jonzi D, The Surgery is our regular showcase of new Hip Hop Theatre work.

The Surgery is a platform for emerging and established artists to present new Hip Hop theatre work in a professional theatre space. The unique aspect of the evening is the breaking down of the “fourth wall” where there is an opportunity after each piece to take questions and comments from the audience.

Time: March 6, 2010 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Location: The Albany
Street: Douglas Way, Deptford.
London SE8
Website or Map:
Phone: 020 8692 4446
Event Type: hip-hop, theatre
Organized By: Jonzi D

Specials @ Fabrika


Coming 5th March in Leicester...
Burntprogress presents Specials @ Fabrika.

check, or for more info

Check Out The CDR East Midlands Podcast's mixed by your Boy. Holla!

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The One- Red Rack'Em

TW- Cardiac

For Real- Christo

Untitled- Clyde

Roobars- Alex G

Untitled- Hot Coins

Del 2 Candy (Version 1)- Jimi Oh

Untitled- Devon

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Just A Dance- Devios

Something In Your Eyes feat Wreh-Asha- SDVH

A-L Music- Hannah Sharples

Untitled- Eddie Griffin

Fall Of The Brother- Jimi Oh

New Jazzo- Christo

Telra- Gentle D

I wan an 808- J Perkins

Swedish Blue- Clyde

I'm With You N****'s Instrumental- Psykhomantus

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Forget Me Not- Blackstar

Sexy Thing feat HWD- Psykhomantus

Diamond Girl- Premier Willams

Soul Flower- Deano Presto

Rider Of The Night- Runesilk

Inspire Me feat Kim Trusty- Ital Sounds

Feeling This- 80's Babies

MPHD Instrumental- Dirty Joe

Untitled- Offbeat Reperbates

Get Your Act Together (Remix)- Marcus James

Lost In You- Wreh-Asha

Untitled- Gabula

Wonder Woman- Justice

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Tuesday, 9 February 2010

News: DJ Rob Swift Remembers Fellow X-Ecutioner Roc Raida on New Album

Roc Raida, legendary DJ and member of the New York-based turntablist group the X-Ecutioners, passed away in September of last year, stemming from complications caused by a mixed martial arts injury. Rob Swift, a former member of the X-Ecutioners, along with Raida, testified to the impact his fellow DJ had on him in a recent Exclaim! interview.

“We lost an amazing person, number one. And an amazing DJ and artist,” Swift says. “Losing him was such a shock to everyone, especially the people who were close to him. The way he died as a result of an accident he suffered in a martial arts class. He wasn’t doing anything bad, he was doing stuff normal people do: working out.”

Swift goes on to say he had never lost someone close to him before, so the DJ knew he had to pay homage to Raida on his upcoming eighth studio album,
The Architect. Swift had already finished the album and was in the process of designing the artwork for the album around the time of Raida’s passing

“The artwork was done maybe about two weeks prior to Raida passing away,” he explains. “And when he died, I got in touch with my artist and told him, 'I want to rework some of the artwork to reflect my love for Raida.' We decided to dedicate the album to [him].”

Swift also wore a Roc Raida T-shirt in his first-ever music video, made for
Architect track “Rabia Movement 2” (see below).

Swift is determined to make his future work a testament to his fallen comrade: “I’m going to continue to remind people with this album about Raida and keep his memory alive. It’s good to know I’m in a position to keep his legacy alive. I’m always going to do that in my music, whether it's videos or in [my interviews]. I lost a brother. I’m excited about keeping him going, and continuing what he couldn’t finish.”

The Architect is due out on February 23 via Mike Patton’s Ipecac label.

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Free Mixtape: J Dilla's Fan-Tas-Tic Soul Gettin Head Remixes Mixed by Psykhomantus


As This is the month that the world has lost Jay Dee/J Dilla back in 2006, his music still lives on. As the late producer has left so many beats behind, many rappers and singers still continue to use his beats for future release making them still sound fresh. DJ's still push tribute mixtapes of Dilla's work, promoters doing tribute nights and the fashion wold even got in as you can buy J Dilla Watches, Tee's, Hat's to foot wear. I, myself made three Dilla mixtapes. Pay Jay Edition (2004) which I did before he died, that was focus on his heavy hitters for groups like A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Skillz, Phat Kat, Common to his crew Slum Village. After his passing I then did work on Just Rhymin With Dilla (J Dilla Edition) (2006), this was more aimed at his lyrical skills as an MC than a producer. J Dilla had rhymes for days and as a guest he even out shined the main artist on his own recording. My last tribute on Dilla and I most say my favorite mixtape of them all is J Dilla's Fan-Tas-Tic Soul Gettin Head Remixes. This to me was my way of really showing respect of the mans work and how deep and a fan of his many styles. I wanted to show his production skills but in a deferent way by using soul. Neo soul as most like to call it. Every DJ who was making J Dilla mixtapes just focus on the Hip-Hop side, no one ever put out a full mix of his productions for soul artistes like Cameo, Lucy Pearl, Dwele, Jamiroquai, Steve Spacek or even Macy Gray, so I went to work and put it out free on in 2007. I felt I've done my part and covered every thing that J-Dilla was about and that was beats rhymes and soul (for your life). Find it here (Click on the Picture) and enjoy, and see another side of Dilla.

Rest In Peace J Dilla.

Brazilian Groove- J Dilla
Without You (Jay Dee Remix)- Lucy Pearl
Black Capricorn Day (Unreleased)- Jamiroquai
People Make The World Go Round (J88 Remix)- Innerzone Orchestra
Bullshi*ttin (Remix)- N’Dea Devenport
Those Dreaming Eyes (Jay Dee Remix)- D’Angelo
Love Junkie (Jay Dee Remix)- DJ Cam ft Cameo
Let The Dollar Circulate- Steve Spacek
Think Twice- J Dilla
Obligetto (Jay Dee Remix)- Brother Jack McDuff
Dime Piece (Remix)- Dwele
Frantic (Dilla’s Remix)- Vivian Green
Got Till It’s Gone (Ummah’s Uptown Saturday Night Mix)- Janet Jackson
You Use To Love Me (Unreleased Ummah Remix)- Faith Evans
Whatever You Want (Remix)- N’Dea Devenport
Nothing But Love (Jay Dee Remix)- Toshi Kubota
Hate Or Love (Caffe Latte Remix)- LSK
Come Close (Remix Closer)- Common, Erykah Badu, Pharrell & Q-Tip
I Try (Jay Dee Remix)- Macy Gray
Didn’t Cha Know (Soulquarian Remix)- Erykah Badu