Paul E. Lopes, Selector – Earth, Wind & More Fiyah!!! Part 4

October 7th, 2013 by invisible · CR8APES

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Paul E. Lopes, Selector – Earth, Wind & More Fiyah!!! Part 4

Tracklist:

1. Johnny Osbourne – Right, Right Time
2. Creator – Such Is Life
3. Sylford Walker – Burn Babylon
4. Gregory Isaacs – Babylon Too Rough
5. Tristan Palmer – Cus Cus
6. Buju Banton – Hills & Valleys
7. Burning Spear -Tradition
8. Warrior King – Never Go Where Pagans Go
9. Bushman – Fire Bun A Weak Heart
10. Garnet Silk – Kingly Character
11. Freddie McGregor – We Need More Love
12. Chronixx, Sizzla Kalonji, Protoje, Kabaka Pyramid – Selassie Souljahz
13. Chezidek – Call Pon Dem
14. Jah Dan – Mountains To Climb
15. Richie Spice – Youths Dem Cold
16. King Kong – I Feel Joy
17. Johnny Osbourne – Truths and Rights
18. Al Campbell – Take a Ride
19. The Congos – Ark Of The Covenant
20. W. Brown – To Survive
21. Alton Ellis – If I Could Rule The World
22. Phyllis Dillon – Woman Of The Ghetto
23. Lennie Hibbert – More Creation
24. Karl Masters & Joe Higgs – Freedom Journey

 

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In Retrospect – Hayles Art Show

August 31st, 2013 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles, Behind the Front, Events

Norman Felix Gallery invites you to:
IN RETROSPECT
A solo show by Adrian Hayles opening Reception:
Wednesday, September 4th, 7-9pm
Norman Felix Gallery, 627 Queen Street West
Exhibition open to the public September 4 – 11, 2013
Norman Felix Gallery is pleased to present In Retrospect, a solo show by Adrian Hayles, and the first curatorial project featuring Window 8’s Fresh Paint virtual paint application accompanied by beautiful limited edition prints. This exhibition also introduces Hayles’ Stud Horse – Foldable Artist Bench. A trailblazing design cushioned workbench, which easily transforms from easel to standing table to studio bench. Hayles will showcase his stunning Plywood Collective series of 6 pieces celebrating his 1st year anniversary within the SPiN Toronto-based collective.

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DJ Sawtay–Bad Influence

May 29th, 2013 by sawtay · CR8APES, DJ Sawtay

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Bad-Influence

Sawtay writes:
It has been a hot minute since my last mix was posted so I gave a little extra to this mix. It’s definitely not for the kiddies, but the beats will bring out the juvenile in you. Big shout-out to the Emmet Ray @ 924 College St. You can catch me Deejaying At the Emmet Ray on the first Saturday of the month.

Tracklist:

Bad Influence Intro
Switch Up – Big Sean Feat. Common
The Day – Curren$y Feat. Mos Def and Jay Electronica
Holy Water – Game
Hiiipower – Kendrick Lamar
Do It Right – Mike Schipitz Feat. Slot-A
Mamas Boyfriend – Kanye West
Murder – Game Feat. Scarface and Kendrick Lamar
Lines – Big Boi Feat. A$AP Rocky and Phantogram
I Got Em – Danny Brown Feat. Rapper Pooh
Raid – Pusha T Feat. 50 Cent and Pharrell
Rise Above – Wiz Khalife Feat. Pharrell, tuki Carter, and Amber Rose
Juno – Danny Brown
All Tan Everything – Das Racist Feat. Jay Z
Mr. Me Too – Clipse Feat. Pharrell
Mornin’ – Star Slinger
All Tha Time – Defenders of the Faith
Chain Heavy – Kanye West
Special – Median Feat. Phonte, YahZarah, Bahamadia
Meteor Hammer – Ghostface Killah Feat. Action Bronson and Termanology
Blast That – Nottz
To the Music – Talib Kweli Feat. Maino

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Liem Bui – rockandsoulbabies

May 8th, 2013 by sawtay · CR8APES

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rockandsoulbabies

Liem writes:
“Time flies when you’re having babies and stuff. After such positive feedback from my last mix, “rockandsoulbaby”, I thought I’d put together a Part 2. The lines between musical genres can be so blurry and this mix exemplifies that to me. Hope you all enjoy this mix as much as I did making it.

Tracklist:

Help Me Girl – The Animals
Knock on Wood – Eddie Floyd
Good Times – The Rolling Stones
Just Plain Beautiful – Delaney & Bonnie and Friends
I’ll Be Good to You – Al Green
Got Myself a Good Man – Gladys Knight & The Pips
Sorry Bout Dat – Syl Johnson
In the Basement (Part 1) – Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto
Eleanor Rigby – Aretha Franklin
Backfield in Motion – Mel and Tim
Sunshine of Your Love – The 5th Dimension
To Be Alone with You – Bob Dylan
A Change is Gonna Come – Brenton Wood
Harlem – Bill Withers
California Dreamin’ – Bobby Womack
You’ve Made Me So Very Happy – Blood, Sweat & Tears
When I Die – Motherlode
Country Road – Merry Clayton
Soulful Strut – The Young-Holt Unlimited
Down Home Girl – Alvin Robinson
Hey Pocky A-Way – The Meters
A Beautiful Morning – The Rascals
I Had A Talk With My Man Last Night – Mitty Collier
Jealous Guy – Donny Hathaway

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Paul E. Lopes, Selector – Nuff Love Vol.1

February 14th, 2013 by invisible · CR8APES

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Paul E. Lopes, Selector – Nuff Love Vol.1

Tracklist:

Sugar Minott – Lover’s Rock (Intro)
Frankie Paul – Need You By My Side
Freddie McGregor – Stop Loving You
Johnny Clarke – Give Me Love
Gregory Isaacs – Oh What A Feeling
Jackie Edwards – In The Mood For Love
Johnny Osbourne – In Your Eyes
Jah Cure – That Girl
Junior Tucker – Love Of A Life Time
Pat Kelly – I’m In The Mood For Love
John Holt – Satisfaction
Cornell Campbell – Girl Of My Dreams
Cornell Campbell – Stars
Shinehead – Golden Touch
Half Pint – Just Be Good
Frankie Paul – I Know The Score
Beres Hammond – Angel Eyes
Delroy Wilson – Don’t Know Why
Bob Andy & Marcia Griffiths – Always Together
Slim Smith & The Uniques – My Conversation
John Holt – For The Love Of You
Freddie McGregor – Loving Pauper
Barrington Levy – She’s Mine
Yami Bolo – Love My Woman

 

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Fresh TV Graffiti (pandamonium)

June 18th, 2012 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles, Behind the Front

After completing the Bamboo Forest mural, our friend Tom asked that the garage door be painted in a similar fashion. Adrian took the following factors into consideration; the Kensington Community School children who will be the primary viewers , the bamboo elements, and his desire to contribute to Toronto’s graffiti community by creating ground breaking art at street level. This is what Adrian came up with.

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Kensington Market Garden Car

June 18th, 2012 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles, Behind the Front

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After six years of active service, the Kensington Market Garden Car has been put to pasture. Its recent retirement has given way to the new generation Garden Car. Painted by Adrian Hayles (of adrianhaylesproductions.com) and Erin Zimerman, the new Garden Car is in fact an incarnation of the ol’ garden car. We would like to thank the Kensington Market BIA’s Yvonne Bambrick for her diligence and dedication. We’d like to thank Eric for his knowledge, creativity, and competence.

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Bass heavy

June 18th, 2012 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles, Behind the Front

This is a portrait of a friend’s significant other.  He’s the bass player from Pocket Dwellers. Good band!

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Bamboo Bike Studio, Toronto

June 18th, 2012 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles

Our friends at Bamboo Bike Studio in Kensington Market commissioned this piece that reads “Bamboo Bikes”. They Saw the other bamboo mural and thought it would be cool do a graffiti version or as they put it “something cool”. Adrian officially loves painting garage doors. There is nothing better than a canvas that moves up and down to suit your needs. Chuck Close has the right idea.

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Ryerson DMZ Chalk Art

June 18th, 2012 by sawtay · Adrian Hayles, Behind the Front

      

      

Adrian was recently contacted by Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone who was in need of an artist that could create some illustrations for their 23′x1.5′ chalk board that reflected the departments atmosphere. The challenge presented was being able to apply Adrian’s illustrative style using chalk as the medium. The outcome was better than Adrian or the DMZ expected. Adrian later found out that the illustrations were commissioned in preparation for Prince Charles’ visit to the DMZ.

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