1. DeDeDeDeDeDeDaaaaaane- Attack Of The Hands
2. Yoshi – Bass & Hands (Maniac Final)
3. Schwarz- Wild Out
4. Yea Dat Monster-Wild Out! Flocka!
5. DJ Jizz-Future Whats
6. DJ Agressive-Crazy Whats!!!(Wussup Bitch)!!!
7. DJ Push- KILL DROP
8. DJ Purp- Last Shakeoff (Catch It)
9. (Unknown)- Let Me Clear
10. Rip Knoxx- Scary Mixx
11. DJ_Skittles!-BL0W1N UP QU1CK!
12. G6- Bows in Action
13. DJ G6 & DJ Exclusive- High Hornz
14. DJ KiddBlaze 4th- Warm Em Up (Nothinq Serious)
15. DJ Dizzy- Lost Life
16. Schwarz-Luv Dem Gun Soundz
17. DJ Who Dat- ARDJAWN2
18. DJ Dizzy- 600 Benz ft Los
19. Matic- Hustle Hard
20. Matic- Whole Lotta Money
21. Millz & Roc2Eazy- They Shootin REMIX
22. Matic- Rollin
23. Rip Knoxx- Dead Years 4
24. G6 PKE & HAM- Can Yu Hear Me [HBPkEHaM]
25. Shakeoff J – Took The Blue Pill part 3
The Baltimore Sun compiled a simple, alphabetical list of reasons why our city can compete with the best of ‘em, musically, at least. Rockin’ right in the mix of a lot of solid musical acts are some of our favorite Baltimore Club DJs and artists like James Nasty, Rye Rye, the Get Em Mamis, Unruly Records’ Schwarz and DJ Quicksilva, and the late K-Swift. Check em out here!! Just another reminder that we’ve still got a lot to be proud of…
Named Best Club Music Producer in 2007 by the City Paper’s annual Best of Baltimore competition, DJ King Tutt has been on the up and up ever since. Constantly pushing the boundaries of club music, electro-house music, and a fusion of the two, Tutt strives to never let his talents become stale. A strong believer in quality of output, you can only expect the absolute best from his mixes and live performances.
If you’ve been into the Baltimore music scene for a while, you’ve at least gotta know Tutt for his tracks like “Shake My Ass”, “African Chant”, and “The Roof Is On Fire”. Tutt’s been producing tracks since I was twelve years old and playin’ kickball at recess. Okay, so I might be young, but he’s really been in the game so long that he’s become a respected Baltimore institution. After “Shake My Ass” gained the approval of Baltimore club king Scottie B, Tutt became his go-to guy for productions. Scottie B and Tutt quickly formed a dynamic duo and became an untouchable force as prominent DJs and producers for the events and releases of Unruly Records.
Tutt is all about testing his limits in the realm of music. To hear a perfect example of his house/club music hybrid, check out his Evolution EP, released in 2008. There are seven tracks on this EP, but two of them specifically stand out to me: “The Future” and “Black Democrat”. “The Future” touts this, well…, futuristic house music appeal while “Black Democrat” sounds like this epic, Baltimore club march. Juxtaposing these two totally different vibes onEvolution says a lot about Tutt’s confidence in his skills as a DJ and producer.
Last month, he released his latest electro-house mix, Say Hello to the Bad Guy. Nineteen tracks deep, Bad Guy quickly whisks you away to the sunniest of days with its upbeat melodies and steady grooves. One listen to this mix and you’ll quickly find yourself in the right mindset for your evening outing or just coolin’ out at the crib. Check my review of it here, but more importantly,download the mix and listen for yourself! Trust me, you might need the energy for your weekend jumpoff.
If you wanna hear more of Tutt’s house mixes, why don’t you go catch him live and in action this weekend? He’ll be playin’ some records at the Deep Sugarparty on Saturday at the Paradox in Baltimore. Dude’s mad busy so don’t sleep on this chance to see him play!
But, I wanted to get to know Tutt a little better so I hit him up with a few questions for Cool Breezy. I’m sharin’ the wealth! Here he talks about Say Hello to the Bad Guy, the state of music in Baltimore, and what it takes to be a good producer.