This week (October 10th) marked the birthday of one of Jazz’s greatest figures, Theloniuos Sphere Monk, who would have been 94 had he not passed in 1982 from a stroke. […]
Here we are Monday again, and as I was digging through a pile of records, I realized I had this one on ice and hadn’t reviewed it. It’s kind of […]
I got a message from the good people over at Cultures of Soul yesterday. These guys really have it going on. Not only are they a fully functioning record label, […]
Dilla became the king of the short beat tape. No longer was it necessary to loop 5 minutes of “Impeach the President” or the Touissant version of “Get Out My […]
We start the week here in June with some Summer music. However, before we get into it, let me just give a huge shout out to all the folks that […]
Queens native DJ JS-1 of the Rock Steady Crew talks opening up for everyone, winning DJ Battles without his own records, making legendary concept mixes alongside DJ Spinbad, Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and more in the latest Big Ups interview.
T.T. Doc Nu talks digging in Alabama, Opening for Bruce Springsteen after 9/11, and why Vinyl still rules in today’s Big Ups feature.
If you have been a follower of FMF, you know I am a football fanatic. I love my LFC (nice thrashing of Newcastle yesterday btw), the Three Lions, NYRB and […]
I got an e mail from A guy called Frank the other day who told me about a pretty good record score in Richmond. This score of a 50 cent […]
1 million hits and still digging….. If you would have said four years ago that I would have one million hits on a blog about record digging, I might have […]