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.

Thursday, 28 April 2011

Slum Village Coming to Birmingham in May.

Yep! As i said before, A Few good Men are moving onto bigger and better things. But am not getting too big headed here, Just letting you know that SV, that's right, Slum Village is coming to Birmingham on 27th May at The Drum, Birmingham. Slum Village is now T3 and J Dilla's brother Illa J. As you know that J Dilla & Baatin is no longer with us and Elzhi has left the group. Still you got four grown men that can rock the spot on six turntables supporting the main act. More info of this event to come.

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Photos: "20 Years & Still Grinding" & "Rest In Peace: Guru"

It's been awhile as i've been busy doing gig's, practicing with the crew and everything in between. So far Birmingham has been rocking it as myself and the crew are bringing back that missing link in Hip Hop, which is Peace, Unity, Love and having Fun. After the Rest In Power: J-Dilla/Baatin tribute, I already had plan to do Rest In Power: Guru which was suppose to be a tour but other venues didn't get back to us, oh well, their lost not ours. While the crew made time to get together, i also had my 20th Anniversary gig "20 Years & Still Grinding" (which was in Leicester) to think of and Miss C Brown's One's & Two's which was a week after. Both gig's March went well and made a major impact that we are now the DJ's not to be missed. Guru's tribute this month was fun and all the people who came down showed so much love you needed to be there to see and feel it. So far every month starting from feb we have rocked a venue and it's getting bigger and better. We've already been asked to support acts like Slum Village, J Rocc from the Beat Junlikes, Spec Boogie, Rob Swift, Cut Chemist, and more. Our next gig will be with Slum Village at The Drum, Birmingham on 27th May. Check the photo's below of our last two gigs "20 Years & Still Grinding" & "Rest In Peace: Guru" See you at our jam.

20 Years & Still Grinding @ Hub Bar, Leicester.

Rest In Power: Guru @ Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

See rest of photo's in FaceBook: Psykhomantus Music and A Few Good Men

Friday, 8 April 2011

Rest In Power Guru (Gang Starr) Birmingham UK

Psykhomantus presents Rest In Peace: Guru (Gang Starr) Tribute. A Night tribute to the life and work of Keith Edward Elam aka Guru of Gang Starr

Playing all the classic joints from Gang Starr, Gang Starr Foundation, to Jazzmazztazz and Boldhead Slick.

Also on the night, a Special DJ Premier production mix featuring
Afu-Ra , Bahamadia, Big Daddy Kane, Big L, Big Shug, Blaq Poet, Common, D.I.T.C, Das EFX, Dilated Peoples, Ed OG, Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knckles, Group Home, Heather B, Jeru The Damaja, KRS One, Lord Finesse, MOP, Mos Def, Nick Javas, NYGz, O.C., Pitch Black, Rah Digga, Rakim, Ras Kass, Royce da 5’9’’, and Show & AG

Music provided by the reunited crew A Few Good Men (Roc 1, Rhize,
Psykhomantus, E Double D) and featuring special guest Miss C Brown on six turntables.

Entry: £3/5
Bank Holiday Sunday, April 24
106 High Street
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Check out the Guru Forever mixtape by Psykhomantus