Here’s a mix of our favorite new music to get you pumped for The Rub this weekend!
Run The Jewels – Down (ft. Joi)
Joey Badass – Devastated
Kingdom – Down 4 Whatever (ft. SZA)
Joe Goddard – Truth is Light
Sinjin Hawke – They Can’t Love You (ft. Kah-Lo, Mr Eazi, Davido)
Riton – Money (ft. Kah-Lo, Mr Eazi, Davido)
SoulClap – The Drums (Din Daa Daa) ft. George Kranz
Tuxedo – 2nd Time Around
The Weeknd – Rockin
1-O.A.K. – Dead Wrong
It’s Monday and you know what that means – new music! Miami’s Bruno Mali Kidd just dropped a new tape last week, M.A.D.E. His gruff, rapid-fire flow is complemented by features from Rick Ross, Raheem Devaughn and Ace Hood. Burial has a new EP coming out on 5/26. Both Subtemple and Beachfire are hypnotic ambient soundtracks to your next overdose. If this one is too deep for your tastes, try his remix of Goldie’s classic “Inner City Life” which dropped last month. Thes One and DJ Day have a new EP of groovy instrumental hip-hop and scratching recorded live, with the former on the MPC and the latter on the crossfader. It’s a free download, with vinyl to come. That about does it for today, but watch out for more new music on Rub Radio tomorrow!
Saturday, March 25
DJ Ayres, DJ Eleven & Cousin Cole in the big room
#FOMOPARTY (Tap.10, Darling Chuck & Durian Qing) in the Frontier room
Door by Rahnon
The Bell House, 149 7th Street, Brooklyn NY
$10 before 12, $15 after
Rub Radio is back with new music from 2 Chainz, Kingdom and Post Malone and more. Plus Ayres & Eleven play some classics featuring Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown’s drummer), Junie Morrison (keyboards for Ohio Players and Parliament) and David Axelrod, all of whom passed away in February.
Migos – Kelly Price ft. Travis Scott
Post Malone – Cold
2 Chainz – Here We Go Again
mOma + Guy – Rain Drop
Kingdom – Nothin ft. Syd
Lindstrøm – Closing Shot
Tensnake – Tazaar
Eli Escobar – Phreeky
Rihanna – Needed Me (B. Cause Instant Funk Mix)
James Brown – Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved / Funky Drummer
Ohio Players – Funky Worm
Childish Gambino – Redbone
David Axelrod – Holy Thursday
On Friday, February 3, Grits & Biscuits and The Rub threw a big party at Irving Plaza and raised $2000 for the ACLU! Photographers Stephen and ShoShots took some great photos:
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We’re very excited to announce that we’re throwing a huge party with the legendary Grits & Biscuits this Friday at Irving Plaza! If you’re feeling like we are, recent events in Washington have brought on a great deal of stress and anxiety. As we fight the good fight we also need a mental break for rejuvenation. Two of the best parties in NYC are joining forces to bring the village together on the dance floor, to escape through good music and good vibes with good people! It matters not your ethnicity, religion, sexuality, income, or race. Join Grits & Biscuits and The Rub as we clock out of the madness to celebrate ourselves and support those on the front lines! And to put our money where our mouth is, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the ACLU.
Who: All who need a mental break
What: CLOCK’N O.U.T (Over U Trump!)
When: Friday Feb 3rd – 10pm
Where: Irving Plaza – 17 Irving Place
Why: Turn on the news!
Tickets are $20 and are on sale here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/00005234E7909AED You must be 21+ with a valid ID for entry. All sales are general admission tickets and final.