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.

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

PE: In Full Effect (The Mess Age-n-Hour Muse Sick)

Psykhomantus, Chuck D, EMD, Big P, Flavor Flav

Inspired by Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet tour this month, myself and my crew went to see them in Birmingham and what a show it was. A powerful performance by one of rap’s greatest groups from the 80’s and still can out do any show of today if you ask me. Never a dull moment when Chuck D, Flavor Flav and the rest of the posse is on stage performing classic tracks from the 1989 album “Fear Of A Black Planet”, also joints from “Yo! Bum Rush The Show”, “It Take’s A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back” and others joints from some their albums, you just had to be there. I was so amped up by their show I had to do a mixtape, nothing but Public Enemy was rocking on my iPhone. Big Shout out to Flavor Flav who signed my book (Flavor Flav, The Icon: The Memoir) to me and my lady, also EMD, Big P (and Raise) of my crew A Few Good Men who was at the P.E. gig that night. Enjoy the mix.

Power To The People…

PE: In Full Effect (The Mess Age-n-Hour Muse Sick) mixed by Psykhomantus

Brothers Gonna Work It Out

Welcome To The Terrordome (Intro)

Welcome To The Terrordome (Refixed)- Pharoahe Monch

Welcome To The Terrordome

It’s My Thing (Inrto)- Marva Whitney

Bring The Noise

Night Train (Pete Rock Remix)

Shut’ Em Down (Pete Rock Remix)

Hyperbolicsyllabicsequedalymusic- Iassc Hayes

Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos


Ani-Nigger Machine

911 is A Joke


Public Enemy No.1

WBLS Rap Attack 107.5 (Mr. Magic)

Cold Lampin’ With Flavor

Just Kissed My Baby (Intro)- The Meters


Terminator X Specks With His Hands/Flash Theme- Queen

Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic

Buck Whylin’

Self Destruction- Stop The Violence All Stars

Do The Funky Pengun (Intro)- Rufus Thomus

Don’t Believe The Hype

Rebel Without A Pause

Incident At 66.6 Fm

Fight The Power

I just Killed Your F**king Radio (Skit)

Give It Up

Meet The G That Killed Me

Prophet of Rage

66.6 Strikes Again

Can’t Truss It

Do You Wanna Go Our Way

Angel Of Death (Intro)- Slyer

She Watch Channel Zero

The Grunt (Intro)- The J.B’s

Night Of The living Baseheads (P.E.T.V. Video Mix)

Night Of The living Baseheads

Burn Hollywood Burn

Burn Hollywood Burn- Rage Against The Machine

War At 33 1/3

B Side Wins Again

B Side Wins Again- DJ Spooky & Dave Lambrado

Power To The People

Can’t Do nuttin’ For Ya Man

What’s A Public Enemy? (Skit)


Miuzi Weights A Ton

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Monday, 26 September 2011

Ultimate Return Of The DJ's

Ultimate Return Of The DJ's is mix tape dedicated to The Bomb D.J.'s RETURN OF THE DJ albums from volume 1 (1995) to volume 5 (2003). Over 70 tracks Featuring cuts, scratches, beat juggling, flares, chirps, crabs, transformer scratch and many other styles from DJs that use the turntables as a musical instrument. Ultimate Return Of The DJ features Invisbl Skratch Piklz, Rob Swift(X-Men), Beat Junkies, Peanut Butter Wolf, Mixmaster Mike, Kool DJ E.Q., DJ Babu, Cut Chemist, Mr. Dibbs, Z-Trip, Radar, Kid Koala, Ruthless, Roc Raida(X-Men), DJ Faust, DJ Design, Eddie Def & Extrakd, Furious, Shortee, DJ Static, DJ Spinbad, T-Rock, 89 Skratch Gangstaz, Mr Thing, DJ Format and many more!

Psykhomantus Intro- DJ Psykhomantus

Brothers Grim Sideshow (Intro)- DJ Bombjack

Here 4 Years- DJ Storm

Ventilation- DJ JS1

The Old School Day Trip- DJ X-Rated

On Da Flex- DJ Godfather

Invasion Of The Octopus People- Invisible Skratch Picklz

All Points Bulletin- Mr. Dibbs

Shortee’s Return- Shortee

Scratch Monopoly ll- The Beat Junkies

The Chronicles- Peanut Butter Wolf

Cold Cutz- Cold Cutz Crew

Symphony 3000- Top Rawmen

X-Men Style Beatz- Roc Raida

1-8-7- DJ Marvel

Ghetto On The Cut- DJ Ghetto

The Positive Step- Beyond There

U.T.A:2- DJ Maniphest

U Can Get With Discs Or You Can Get With D.A.T- DJ Z Trip

Lesson 4: The Radio- Cut Chemist

Who’s On The Turntables- LF Peee

Babylon 5- DJ JS1

World Domination- Happe & Dinoh

The Track- ASAP Productions

Azzuro- Quattro Respirato

Return Of Scratching- DJ Talkback

Unorthodox Turntabular Angels- Manifest & Mr. Thing

Hide Your Wrecords When We Come Through- Kool DJ E.Q.

Rob Get’s Busy- Rob Swift

Suckas (Sucka DJ Dis)- DJ Babu

Change The Scratch- DJ Jeff

The Boys Dope- Mista Ed

Call Me Goldfinger- Pepe Deluxe

We Are The One’s- The Wristerons

Private Parts- Radar & Z Trip

Mood Swing- Furious

The Detonator- Ales One & DJ Teeko

ROTDJ Radio- DJ Shortfuse

Deedz In Da Mix- Innernational

Return Of The DJ- DJ Faust

Rockstar- Z Trip

Rockstar ll- Z Trip

I’m The Mutha F In Man- DJ T Rock

X Marks The Skratch- Slate

Jimmie’s Jam- DJ Jimmie Jam

Terrorwrist- Mixmaster Mike

Hate me- DJ Astro

Aych 2 Oh- H.O.P

Buenos Dias Bitch- DJ Prolifix

Directors Cut- 89 Scratch Gangtaz

Dangerous- DJ JS1 & DJ Spinbad

Catch Wreck- Jazz Addixx

Science Friction- DJ Shiro

Panic- Timestretch DJ Nerve & Trouble B

Disc Duel- DJ Hype & The Phaderheadz

Vinyl Overdose- DJ Format

Never Be The Same- DJ Design

Lesson 89- 89 Scratch Gangstaz

Scroll of The Wrist Beam- Q Bert

My Definition- DJ Static

Broccoli Wars- Noisy Stylus

B-Boys Revenge 96 Porkopolis Turntable Jazz- Mr. Dibbs

Doo Doo On Yourself- DJ T Rock

Music Evolution- E Jay & Rocky Rock

Brain Confusion- Extrakd & Eddie Def

Destroy- Alien Army

Aerosoul- Tommy Tee

Death Of Hip-Hop- Kool DJ E.Q.

Unpleasant Thoughts- DJ Shortfuse

Static’s Waltz- Kid Koala

Girlz Didn’t Give Me None- DJ T Rock

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Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Free Download: Tron Urban Legacy 2

Two years I put the first part of Tron Uban Legacy mixtape out on web page before it got closed down, then the next year (Last year) I re uploaded it onto The first mixtape was just my version of what it would be like in the sci-fi world with soul. I am a big fan of sci-fi movies and a big fan of Tron. Tron 2 didn't get too much hype but I still liked the film even so it was way overated. As for the mixtape It was over 500 downloads with in two months then Megaupload took it off. I was pissed, didn't know That mixtape was gonna go wild like that but am sure people must of thought it had something to do with the movie, Oh! Well. Anyway! I enjoyed making it as I am known and surrounded by Funk, Soul and Hip Hop, I don't get much time to hear Broken Beat or Electronica which am a big fan of. Something about Electronic Soul music that sends a buzz to me like when i first heard rap music as a kid, it's the new funk for me, sci-fi funk. Tunes like "Everybody Touch It" by J Davey, "Souls Brother" and "Dust & Kisses" by Sa-Ra Creative Partnership, "Black Sun" by The Politik and Hollywood by Joy Jones hits me in the same way as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane and EPMD did. My good friend Sure Shot downloaded Tron Uban Legacy onto CD and played it every time we got into his car. He kept buggin me to do another one but I never got round to it as I had way to many projects and gigs to do, I just never had the time and also not putting my ear to the street as much to know what was out and bangin' in the world of that type of music, It was out of my circle as I was more focus on my Breaks for B-Boy events back then. Well! fast fwd to now and I did get to manage to peep whats out there and kept some of the songs that I'm diggin in the Electronica world on file. This second version remains me of the first, hearing something new, creative and funky but most important, futuristic. Enjoy this one, who know's, another one might come out. Time will tell.

Nobody- @Peace
The One (Another WAAJEED Remix)- Onra feat T3
What Ever- Dego feat LuvBugz
Wings- Union feat Elzhi
Real People- Black Einstein
You Got- Andrea Clarke & Daz-I-Kue
Yellow Sound- Funkineven & Fatima
Astral Love Affair- Bug
Hoodligan- Mark de Clive-Lowe feat Nia Andrews
Poison Candy- Reggie B
2Life- Stacy Epps
Waves- Freddie Joachim
What The Funk- Prof Logik
Cushion- Samiyam
Remember- Sotu The Traveller
Angel (She's Like Magic)- I,Ced
Obtaining- Soia
A Native Affair- Antithesis
Les Saisons- B.Lewis
Loungin'- Evil Needle

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Ones & Two's Revolution Night

As this was a part of the BASS Festival with Punch Records. One's & Two's open deck night took this event to Rainbow in Digbeth, Birmingham in June. With Usual resident DJ's Mega Stress, Miss C Brown and Host Psykhomantus (A Few Good Men) supporting the open deck session. Special acts Juice Aleem (Big Dada), Malik (MD7) and VJ E Double D (A Few Good Men) and others made the night go well. Thanks to all those that came down and supported the event.

Monday, 5 September 2011

B-Better Presents... Everyday People: The Trailer

The hotly anticipated introduction to our Everyday People Project.

Everyday People is a year-long apprenticeship in one of the hip-hop elements; DJing, Graffiti, Beatbox, BBoy (breakdance), MCing. Our 12 apprentices are 'regular folks' from around the UK and they are all assigned their own 'hip-hop mentor' including
Psykhomantus, DJ Illout and DJ Melody Kane.

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Another peek at Slum Village gig in Birmingham feat Psykhomantus