The Unruly Remixes compilation has been a long time in the making – 20 years if you count Blunted Dummies’ seminal “House For All” as the starting point. Scottie B and Shawn Caesar launched Unruly Records in 1994, and the label came to define and ultimately dominate the genre of Baltimore Club music from the late 90s all the way up until present day. For the Unruly Remixes we grabbed four of the biggest, loudest, grimiest Baltimore Club hits and gave them to 16 of our favorite producers in virtually every genre of dance music. From Tittsworth’s dark techno, to DJ Sliink’s signature Jersey Club, to Sam Tiba & Myd (Club Cheval)’s space-age R&B, to Nadastrom’s vibey deep house, to LunyP’s tropical percussion jam, to Volta Bureau’s space disco, this is a collection of wildly creative and compelling electronic productions.
Please click here to make a donation and help bring TT’s Club Music Film to life. Any amount helps. Below catch some clips from a recent interview director TT The Artist had with StreetSmart Magazine. She speaks on why she is doing the film and names some of her favorite club tracks. Make sure to visit their site for the entire interview and more info on whats popping in the D.M.V. which is the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area.
On January 28th Murder Mark and TT The Artist along with James Nasty and Dj Pierre brought the Bmore Club experience down to Artistika Night Club and Greensboro College. The day after their show they were invited to speak on Baltimore Club Music and future projects with Adam Katzman on WQFS. During this interview Murder Mark and crew speak on alot of controversial subjects such as the recent popularity of “bmore club” influenced billboard hits and the futrue of Baltimore Club Music. This video gives Guilford college and people outside the streets of Baltimore a taste of what its really like!!! www.ayomurdermark.com www.tttheartist.com