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News: Random Bastards in “6X” DVD

Random Bastards from Sweden are about to release their sixth skateboard/snowboard-DVD called ‘6X’. The collective, consisting of music crews Trainspotters, Academics, SKETCH, UÅ and Goodfellas, just published a teaser for the new DVD.
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Videos: C2C turntablism

After posting ‘Ask Hocus Pocus’, I figured out some of you might be interested in related group C2C. The turntablism crew consits of 20syl, DJ Greem (both Hocus Pocus members as well), Pfel & Atom.
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Article: Non Hip Hop Albums You Should Check Out [Pt. 4]

As a music obsessed youth, I bring you some non hip hop albums that have stricken me as works of significant musical beauty. All of these artists are highly acclaimed; and deservedly so. I hope you might find some nice treats for your ears and minds.
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Free Download: Dorian Concept – Bipolar Friendship (Mar Variation)

We received something really fresh in our inbox today. You gotta love the original version of Dorian Concept’s track ‘Bipolar Friendship’, but this track is really smooth as well. Vocalist Mar from Amsterdam added some soulful vocals to the song, which results in this very good variation. Enjoy!
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Video: Eric Bobo & DJ Rhettmatic live @ The Rootdown

Another great performance live @ The Rootdown. This time it’s Eric Bobo on the percussions and Beat Junkies legend DJ Rhettmatic on the turntables. Watch how they’re going back and forth in this 50 minutes long video, very good funky stuff!
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Free Download: KMT – Waterproof London (Mashups)

Stumbled upon these mashups thanks to Doctrations. KMT mixes totally different songs into one mashups, which results in a collection of very interesting tracks. He offers his first album ‘Waterproof London’, a collection of his mashups, for free on his website. And because it definitely contains a few very good tracks, you can download it here on The Find Magazine as well. Enjoy!
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Video: J. Rawls & John Robinson – It’s Jay Are

This is a promotional video of J. Rawls’ & John Robinson’s track ‘It’s Jay ARE’, the first single of their collaboration called ‘Jay Are – The 1960’s Jazz Revolution Again’. We encourage you to check out the album, because it’s really good!