Rim my Bass Ep

by djsharpe on March 19, 2011

Just got the new EP coming out from Wreck. I’m talking straight Miami Bass from the Bottom. The EP is called “Rim my Bass”. Google it and purchase it from anywhere you can find it. If you are into that boys from the bottom Bass you will not be disappointed, Trust me! Pure Fire & Bass heavy!

Get some!


The Game ft. Lil Wayne – Red Nation

by djsharpe on March 16, 2011

New track from The Game ft. Lil Wayne called “Red Nation“. Usually I don’t post stuff like this but found the Kernkraft “Zombie Nation” kind of interesting especially after that Akon song featuring Ludacris that samples the Blade techno song that came out not to long ago. I’m wondering if things are starting to head this way a bit?

What do you think?

Game (ft. Lil Wayne)-Red Nation [prod. by Cool & Dre]


A Remixer’s Manifesto

by djsharpe on March 4, 2011

1. Culture Always Builds On The Past.

2. The Past Always Tries To Control The Future.

3. Our Future Is Becoming Less Free.

4. To Build Free Societies You Must Limit The Control Of The Past.

* I highly recommend you see the independent film “A Remixer’s Manifesto“. Great film!


You heard that right! Looks like I switched just in time since that was one of the features I enjoyed on the Blackberry. From what I’ve heard, RIM has not yet finalized details surrounding timing or pricing, but we have heard that the company might make the software free to all users.

So in closing we have heard that Android is definitely a go. But again, not sure on timing, though we’re confident that it will launch some time this year. RIM chose Android first because of the fact that it could develop and integrate something like this much easier with an open platform, but the plan is to build and deploy an iOS version at some point as well.

So, my personal congrats to RIM for making what I feel could be a very smart business move and keep them around in the competitive smart phone market. 

Thanks to BGR for the info.


All your Facebook are belong to us or Mark?

by djsharpe on March 1, 2011


So, if you haven’t heard yet Facebook has announced in a letter to Congress that they’ll be going forward with plans to give third parties access to your info, specifically, your phone numbers and home addresses. However, Facebook continues to say that they’ll let users decide what personal info is available to the public via — you guessed it — privacy settings.

They have not yet announced how or when this will happen but via Yahoo:

“We have not yet decided when or in what manner we will redeploy the permission for mobile numbers and addresses,” the letter states. “We are evaluating whether and how we can increase the visibility of applications’ request for permission to access user contact information. We are also considering whether additional user education would be helpful.”

This is a warning…. Be prepared again! And as always keep an eye on your privacy settings.


And the winner is…

by djsharpe on February 27, 2011

The Android Inspire 4G. I’ve been in limbo about which phone I wanted and after lots of research I went with newest Android that AT&T offered. So far I am very happy with the decision. Having the ability to do whatever I want on the phone is a huge plus and the apps rock! I’ll expand more on all the features as I dig into them more. Below is the features & specs from the manufacturer’s site:

Voice & Calling
  • Dual microphones with noise cancellation
  • Voice dialing
  • Speakerphone
  • POP3/IMAP: Support for web-based email from Yahoo! Mail, Gmail(TM), AOL® Mail, Hotmail®, etc.
  • Corporate email: Support for Exchange.
  • Open and view Microsoft® Office and PDF documents.
  • Text messaging: Send and receive short text-only messages on your phone.*
  • Multimedia messaging: Add photos, videos, and more to your text messages.*
  • Instant messaging: Exchanges messages in real time using Google Talk.
  • Social networking: Stay connected with access to Facebook® and Twitter.
  • *AT&T service required.
Software & Connectivity
  • 4G: HSPA+ Speeds
  • Bluetooth® 2.1: Connect with electronic devices to talk hands-free, listen to music wirelessly, and more.
  • Get unlimited usage on the entire AT&T national Wi-Fi network at no additional charge.**
  • Tethering: User your device as a wireless modem to connect laptops to the AT&T wireless data network.*
  • USB connectivity and charging: Transfer media files to and from your PC.
  • Wi-Fi support: 802.11 b/g/n
  • DLNA(TM)-certified (for photos and music): Stream music and photos over Wi-Fi to other DLNA(TM)-capable devices in your home.
  • **Wi-Fi-enabled device required. Other restrictions apply. See attwifi.com for details and locations.
  • *AT&T service required.
Camera & Video
  • 8-megapixel camera
  • Dual LED flash and auto focus
  • 720p HD video recording
  • Face detection capability
  • Built-in effects include depth of field, vignette, and more
  • Geotagging
  • 4G speeds*
  • 4.3-inch super LCD display
  • Android 2.2 with access to Android Market
Personalization & Entertainment
  • Android Market: Browse and download apps to stay productive, connected, and entertained.
  • Enjoy instant access to premium Hollywood movies anywhere, anytime.
  • Access nearly 2 million eBooks, newspapers. and magazines.
  • HTCSense.com: – Sense 2.0 adds new web-based enhancements through www.htcsense.com including the ability to pinpoint the location of a lost phone on a map, send a command to make the phone sound an alert and remotely wipe all of the phone’s data with a single command in addition to forwarding calls and text messages to a different number
  • aGPS
  • Alarm clock
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • PDF and Microsoft® Office document-reader
  • Sound recorder
  • AT&T myWireless: Manage your AT&T wireless account from your phone
  • Blocked callers
  • News and stocks
  • Weather widget


  • Dimensions: 4.84 x 2.68 x 0.46 inches
  • Weight: 5.78 ounces
  • Display: 4.3-inch (480 x 800) WVGA Super LCD screen
  • Operating System: Android 2.2
  • Battery: 1230 mAh
  • Talk Time: Up to 6 hours
  • Standby Time: Up to 15.5 days
  • Technology: GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA+
  • Frequency: UMTS/HSDPA/HSPA+: 850/1900MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • Data Transmission: 4G
  • Internal Memory: 4 GB
  • External Memory Card: 8 GB microSD card included, supports up to 32 GB microSD
  • 8 -megapixel camera with auto focus, dual LED flash and 720P HD video recording
  • Next generation HTC sense platform with htcsense.com support
  • 1 GHz Snapdragon(TM) processor for unprecedented computing performance
  • Mobile hotspot and tethering support with unlimited use on AT&T’s entire national Wi-Fi network
  • Enhanced browsing with built-in Adobe® Flash® 10.1 Player support
  • TTY Compatible
  • Hearing Aid Compatible



This is a quick run down of some Blackberry clients to try while Ubertwitter is suspended….

And a special thanks to Rimarkable for the info:

  1. Twitter for BlackBerry — This is the official BlackBerry Twitter client and I recommend installing it no matter what third party Twitter client you use.  It can definitely get you by in times like these.
  2. SocialScope — I believe that SocialScope is in infinite closed beta, but, if you can get an invite, you may never even go back to UberTwitter.
  3. Seesmic for BlackBerry — We’ve only talked about Seesmic for BlackBerry a few times, but, Mac users seem to swear by it.
  4. HootSuite for BlackBerry — HootSuite is kind of cool because, like SocialScope, it connects to your Twitter and Facebook accounts.
  5. TweetGenius — Haven’t really heard anything bad about TweetGenius other than it cost $8.
  6. TwiXtreme –  We talked about TwiXtreme when it first came out, but, not since.  Maybe we should go back and check it out again.
  7. OpeanBeak — I honestly haven’t messed around with OpeanBeak since they changed the name from TwitterBerry.

I personally I’ve not tried all these YET, but I will;) Hope the suggestions help you at this time of need?


You can find the new Ubertwitter here with all the features you’ve come to expect: http://www.uber-social.com/


Jay-Z “Big Pimpin” (SUBshockers Dubstep Remix)

by djsharpe on January 26, 2011

For those with open minds and understand the whole dub step movement check it:


Open your mind, The rest will follow;)


Rane SL 4 powered by Serato Scratch Live at Namm?

by djsharpe on January 12, 2011

Rane Corporation and Serato Audio Research Launch the Rane SL 4

Rane Corporation and Serato Audio Research Launch the Rane SL 4

Mukilteo, WA, USA – January 13, 2011 – Rane and Serato are pleased to present the Rane SL 4, a revolutionary new five-channel DJ interface, designed for the discerning DJ.

The Rane SL 4 is the first standalone DJ interface with two high-speed USB 2.0 ports, for seamless DJ changeover and back-to-back performances, as featured in the award winning Rane Sixty-Eight mixer.

“The performance and flexibility of the new SL 4 once again raises the bar for DJ interfaces. We’re excited about the creative possibilities now available with this new device” says Dean Standing, Rane Sales Director.

“Serato Scratch Live is used by many of the world’s top DJs, playing on incredible sound systems. These DJs demand the best of the best from their equipment. Fortunately, Rane’s engineers are amongst the finest in the world, and when they were asked to design the best possible interface, they certainly rose to the challenge” explains Sam Gribben, Serato General Manager.

DJs now have the freedom to perform with the mixer of their choice with four switchable phono/line inputs allowing for simultaneous control of up to four decks with either one or two computers, and a combination of turntable or CD control. An auxiliary input and output add the flexibility to record sets and create more output options for the SP-6 Sample Player and The Bridge.

Superior sound is delivered by a 96 kHz sample rate and high quality 24-bit digital audio processing, plus built-in galvanic isolation eliminates computer noise and interference, for the purest audio signal available in a digital DJ system.

Teamed with low-latency ASIO and Core Audio drivers, the Rane SL 4 can also be used as a high-grade studio production tool with multiple third party software applications.
All of this is in one powerful package, masterfully crafted by Rane.

The Rane SL 4 powered by Serato Scratch Live is the ultimate high-end solution for professional DJs. Ships April, 2011. US MAP $899.00
• Supports four turntables or CD decks switchable in any combination.
• Two high-speed USB 2.0 ports for two DJs for uninterrupted performances.
• Aux Input for session recording or LiveFeed.
• Aux Output assignable to the SP-6 Sample Player and The Bridge.
• Four software-switchable analog Thru connections for regular vinyl or CD.
• 48 kHz and 96 kHz sample rate switch on the SL 4 rear.
• 10-in 10-out USB sound card with any software supporting ASIO or Core Audio.
• Bus power from either USB port or the included external power supply.

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Yesterday Serato and Pioneer introduced the DDJ-S1, a new DJ controller for Serato ITCH software. It combines Pioneer’s renowned DJ hardware design with world leading software development by Serato, the DDJ-S1 offers innovation and pure controllerism in one inspired package.

It’s no secret that controllers are gaining popularity among DJs but how will it affect the art of turntablism in the future?