Representing NYC is back at it, now kicking it every Friday on 8-Ball Community Radio. The D-Lo Radio crew, made of Joey Desktop, Diamond Terrifier, and DJ Flacko, spins all vinyl while the Great Marley G freestyles with influences from his home neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn. (more…)
We’re back for our fifth installment of the producers project, featuring music made by participants of RepresentingNYC community programming using music production software for the iPad. (more…)
WE BACK AT IT. Volume Four features work by some of our resident artists in the Producers Project. Be on the lookout soon for official remixes and more media from our producers! (more…)
The #RNYC Producers Project is back with Volume 3, this time featuring the solo production works of DJ Natalie. This is a first for DJ Natalie, this being her premiere release since she began producing last year. We’re stoked about how it came out. Most definitely check it out. (more…)
Representing NYC is back with a double whammy. Diamond Terrifier (Sam Hillmer) was just on Clocktower Radio talking about #RNYC and all of our past and present projects. So damn cool.
We also got a new freestyle and live spin from JF and Alpdog that must be checked out. Keeping it realer. Actual, not artisanal.
YO! The #RNYC Producers Project returns, with new original electronic compositions from our participants. This stuff is so next level, all composed and produced on iPad software. THE FUTURE IS AMAZING! (more…)
Here’s a new tape by Marley G of Zulu-P. Recorded in one take at Queens avant garde and electronic music hub Trans Pecos, this mixtape features original beats by the Dutty Artz roster, spun by Diamond Terrifier, with original sound collages and vocal processing by Max Alper (Alpdog). Stay posted to the Dutty Artz blog for more premieres from the #RNYC team! (more…)
YO! Alpdog here with a double set of Representing NYC premieres. (more…)
Alpdog here again with another premiere from the REPRESENTING NYC crew. (more…)
Sam Hillmer’s RepresentNYC is back with an update!
Aspiring jazz musicians are brought up to believe that DJs are the enemies of ‘real’ musicians. The logic being that people who play real instruments are loosing all their gigs to these interlopers that just play their favorite tunes all night.