Wednesday, October 03, 2007


Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Double Trouble

New weekly!

Thursday, July 12, 2007

I contributed to this piece. for more info

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

WaxTheTip, Friday June 8th

Diaspora SF presents: Wax the Tip

Friday, June 8th @ Otis, and every second Friday

DJ’s:Diversify (Rays Vast Basement/Beatsauce)

Brown Majic (Diaspora SF)

Jonthecorner ( Om :Hip-Hop)

C.R.E.A.M. (Analog Memory)

Isiah Flores (Analog Memory)




sponsored liquor 9:30 -10 & Peak time

Giveaways for the new Matthew Dear album, "Asa Breed" courtesy of Ghostly records & Girlie Action

Second Fridays


Otis::: 25 Maiden Ln. @ Kearny in Union Square ,


Monday, May 21, 2007

Rescue Internet Radio
Internet radio in danger
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Monday, May 14, 2007

RATM coachella footage courtesy of MusicPlusTV and Blastyojaw

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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Amon Tobin + Change the beat DJ's + BM

Friday, April 13, 2007

Refried Beats

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Diaspora SF at Poleng

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Om:Hip Hop Feb 24th

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Extra Medium

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

to the 07

Monday, December 18, 2006

Back in Chi for the hollerdays

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

que pasa


Mezzanine San Francisco
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MEZZANINE presents

Kid Koala


The Gray Kid

Plus DJ set by
brown majic

Doors at 9:00 pm
$12 Advance Tickets

Kid Koala gained notoriety for his innovative style, jazzy hip-hop layered with whimsical samples and abstract soundscapes blended with rock guitar. He toured with Radiohead, Money Mark, and Detron 3030.

"Whether croonin’ or rappin’, Gray Kid’s ironic wit shines through the infectious grooves and sticky melodies. His debut album, …5,6,7,8, equal parts indie rock and hip-hop, a bit smart as well as smart-ass, has been garnering rave reviews."

Presale tickets @

Sunday, November 05, 2006

The Knife and Numark

The Knife at Mezzanine, and a Numark toy drum machine solo at SBC in San francisco. 11/03/06

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

damn these ghouls

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Slam Arnold

Come check out a slam poetry session against California's meathead governor.
Brown Majic plays records alongside some of San Fran's local poets and MC's.
All goes down Weds. Sept. 27th from 6pm-11pm @ Balazo Gallery off of 18th and Mission.
Brought to you by

Zion I and the Grouch

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

two tantastic thursday throwdowns

Brown Majic plays records at White Label alongside Toph One (Xlr8r magazine) for an after-work/after-school special. Goes down from 5pm-9pm @ BOCA

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Then head over to 222 hyde for a Spinnerty bugged-out, avante-garde, treat. Goes down from 8pm-12am.

Sunday, August 27, 2006

We're lame

Damn were lame! All we've been doing is posting footage of live music....
This one comes from Herberts live big band.
His live show is bonkers. The theme of the night was pajama jam. No joke.
Mezzanine, San Fran, CA, USA, North America, Earth

Monday, August 21, 2006


matli at Stern groove getting the crowd buck wild.
Video and image courtesy of David

New monthly

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Hotter than July

Diaspora SF folks chillin' with the fresh prince of Piedmont

Sunday, July 23, 2006

Random shots taken with the camera phone

And thats the randomness that occurs in everyday life...captured by the camera phone

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

tasty audio

Monday, July 03, 2006

brown majic buttons are made

Thanks to JP (the logo and brand billionaire boy) and Sam (aka Blastyojaw; taylor making button dood) for cranking out Brown Majic buttons.
Hit up HERE for some free buttons to flash out your gear.
Diaspora SF buttons coming soon!

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Saul vs. Henry

So the landed a interview with Henry Rollins, and they chose none other than Saul Williams to conduct it. Thats a pretty tight match-up. The interview is somewhat long, so you'll need some time and patience, and you probably can't read it at work if your boss constantly breathes on top of your dome. It gets good about halfway through, and some of the first questions eventually start to make more sense.
Overall, they touch upon some of the cliche questions, such as politics, bush, pop culture and having a love life, but they get introspective about topics like humanity, poetry, manhood, moshing, civilization, the youth, music sub-cultures and subconcious uprise, or something like that......
We definitely recommend checking it out!
Heres a quote from it:

"Americans suffer from that lack of discussion. I don't know if you watch much UK television. They put Tony Blair in a classroom sized environment and people just fire questions at him. The twenty-two year old black youth stands up and goes, "Ya know what? I think you are a liar."

Click HERE, or the photo above for a link to the interview.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Save the Internet video

Save the Net Now

Monday, June 26, 2006

Vinroc does Anykine

The Anykine kine boys went to Vinroc's studio this past weekend to hang out and record a podcast on location from his pad.
Check out some exclusive tracks produced by Vinroc himself, mixes, mashes, beat juggles, scratchin.....laughin' about Hawaiin spots.....heavy fast pidgin speak..... and lots of Blastojaw cracks........
AKK-037_20060625: Vinroc does Anykine - 37.44MB
(Be patient, the podcast may take several seconds to load on a new page)

Sunday, June 25, 2006


hahaha. Wacky radiohead content above. This isn't our clip, but it is from the Friday night show Radiohead did in Berkeley at the Greek Theater on 6/23/06.

Some of us Diaspora folks saw the show the next night from the top of the hill. Nice chill vibes goin' on up there. Drop an email to the diaspora addy for more information on this hilltop location....(smirk)

OH, and HERE is a fresh-takeyoursandlesoff-anddanceinyourliving-room (in my opinion) remix of Radiohead's "Everything in its right place" by Osunlade and Erro. I know this track has been remixed so many times now, but this exceeds all by far.....

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Playing on the east coast

NYC subway b-boys dancing for a living

Jess & Serg meditating at the Washington monument

Center of the globe?

UI reunion in MD for Klotz-en-jags wedding

Priceless photo of the priest and rabbi kickin' it