Sunday, 25 December 2011


Wednesday, 21 December 2011


Due to PC crashing there is no recording of last saturdays show, there is however a copy of Saila's Big Bass 15 Minute mix.

He smashed it!!

Saila guest mix on knicker bocker coreys show newstyle radio by Saila-uk

Pioneer DDJ ERGO

Since the complete domination of the DJ deck market with the industry standard CDJ-1000 mk3. Its fair to say if you visit any club in the world you are likely to catch a glimpse of the back of a Pioneer CDJ deck from the DJ Booth. Pioneer CDJs are the most popular and reliable tool to mix with whether you are using CDs or DJ software which is all due to the robust and simplified design. As ironic as the question sounds has Pioneer jumped on the midi controller bandwagon with DDJ-ERGO-v? If so where would this gadget fit into the life of DJ who gigs on a regular basis?

Once you look past the blue and red flashing lights on the jog wheel you start to recognize many of the features from the CDJ range. Including play / cue buttons, looping facilities, hot cues, key lock and vinyl mode. The same goes for the built in mixer as it offers the standard Hi, Mid and Low frequency manipulation knobs, channel faders, a cross fader, and built in filters and effects. This is great as you don’t have to relearn where all the functions are. Although when it comes to actually gigging with the DDJ-ERGO you will have to plug the output of the built in sound card into a standalone mixer and 9 times out of 10 it will probably be a Pioneer one.

With the catchy tag line ‘play out anywhere’ it looks as though Pioneer have aimed the DDJ-ERGO-v at the bedroom DJ. Which is a great, as it is the vital beginning of any DJs career. This is evident as this considerably low priced midi controller is now in stores 2 months before christmas and comes bundled with a copy of Virtual DJ LE software. Which offers a wide range of samples and stuttering effects allowing you to re-edit the tracks in your set on the fly. The device also has software compatibility with Traktor and Serato DJ Intro which have a stronger reputation with professional laptop DJs and both are free to download.

Only on a rare occasion will you witness any established DJs setting up one of these devices in a club to do a DJ set. If you know how to use the Pioneer CDJs and DJM which will be already set up in the booth then stick to them. If you starting out as DJ and need some equipment to practice on this device is the most cost effective solution at £429.
Don’t worry if that price breaks the bank, if you give the video another look the DJ sitting on the floor at 1:12 is obviously busking. So if you don’t get many gigs take your laptop and your DDJ-ERGO down to Leicester Square and double drop to phat Dubstep wobblers I am sure people will put money in your cup.

Post courtesy of Urban Nerds

Monday, 5 December 2011


Check out this brand new mix from KP, my partner in grime. KP and I would smashed up raves at Gatecrasher a few years back. You can catch him in Birmingham and Nottingham dropping supporting mash up sets for The Big Dawg Tim Westwood.

He still killing it on the decks check his swag out, when I say swag I mean it in a dirty south way!

Rick Ross - BMF
Lex Luger - Grove St Party Instrumental
Tyga - BMF Freestlye
Wacka Flocka Flame - Grove St Party
Wiz Khalifa - Reefer Party
Ace Hood - Hustle Hard
Tyga - Bad Bitches
Wiz Khalifa - Taylor Gang
Tyga - T Raww
Rick Ross - MC Hammer
Wiz Khalifa - WTF
Future ft Drake - Tony Montana
Yung Joc - Yeaa
Wiz Khalifa - On My Level
Tyga ft Gudda Gudda - Money & Liquor
Rick Ross - Tupac Back
Tyga - Snapbacks Back
Lil Wayne - Tunechis Back
Wacka Flocka Flame - Hard in da Paint
Tyga - Hard inda Paint Freestlye
Wacka Flocka Flame - One Squad
DJ Drama - Oh My
Wiz Khalifa ft Big Sean - Gang Bang
Yung Joc - Goin Ham
Kid Ink - Party Everywhere
Tyga - Get Big
Tyga - Im Done
DJ Khaled ft Drake, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne - Im On One
Chris Brown ft Tyga - Deuces
Drake ft Trey Songz, Lil Wayne - Successful

Thursday, 24 November 2011

DJ YODA at The o2 Academy BIRMINGHAM - 24TH NOVEMBER 2011

Tonight I will be supporting act for DJ YODA. He is a massive inspiration for the unique style of mashing up loads of music genres.

Click HERE for tickets