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.

Sunday, 5 June 2011


Yes, Yes, Y’all. We are already entering into the middle of the year and the party is just getting started. First, let me thank those that came to the Rest In Power: J Dilla/Baatin tribute and A Few Good Men’s reunion we set off at Birmingham’s Hare & Hounds in February. In March I had a lot of support at my DJ 20th Anniversary gig “20 Year’s & Still Grinding” at Leicester’s The Hub. Tablist With Soul has come to an end at Turkey Café as it’s had a good four years run so thanks for the support from the DJ’s and side projects that tagged alone with the weekly gig as it was fun. Tablist With Soul will now be a monthly gig at Sumo bar, every first Friday of the Month. Birmingham’s One’s & Two’s has been great as it featured many rap talent from the UK and big support from the community. In April, Rest In Power: Guru (Gang Starr/Jazzmatazz) Tribute featuring A Few Good Men and Miss C Brown at The Hare & Hound was a great night, Guru is still with us. One of the greatest MC’s to touch a mic.

What’s to come you say? Well! June is Birmingham’s Bass Festival month and it’s going to be ill as we’ll giving you that brand new funk flav in your ear like Craig Mack. June 11th Bed Stuy’s Spec Boogie is making the trip across the globe to Birmingham very own Custard Factory (In partnership with Bass Festival). DJ’s supporting the night will be A Few Good Men (Psykhomantus, Roc 1, Rhize & E Double D), Miss C Brown & Mike Bigz. One’s & Two’s (Open Deck Night) returns on 17th June at Birmingham’s Rainbow (In partnership with Bass Festival). Special guests Juice Aleem and Mailk from Moorish Delta 7, host DJ’s Miss C Brown & Mega Stress, Special VJ set from E Double D and main host, ya boy Psykhomantus. On 23rd Birmingham City Council presents Third World Girl featuring Jean Binta Breeze at Library Theatre (In partnership with Bass Festival). This is a poetry event, which also features special guests Kiberley Trusty, Adisa and Michael Brome aka Sureshot. Music by DJ Psykhomantus. Last weekend of June will be a special night in Leicester as we’ll be doing a tribute night to the king of pop. That’s right, on June 25th the day he passed away, myself and Roc 1 will be going back to back of the life and work of Michael Jackson at The Exchange Bar.

Also in June I’m looking to open up shop as I’ll be selling Psykhomantus T-Shirts, Look out for some more mixtapes and find out what’s what on twitter. Let’s go!

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