One more from Marcus Shadden this weekend that’ll certainly help set off your weekend (and beyond) is his fresh new EP, The Back Burner.
Here, he produces 4 fresh, upbeat productions for 4 oldies but goodies. All hits, but in their own niche way at the time, and now creatively flipped for a mix of modern sounds and nostalgic feels. My favorite is a tie between Ashanti’s “Rock Wit U” and Pharrell & Gwen Stefani’s “Can I Have It Like That”. Can you guess the other 2 flips? Listen below.
And if you’re reading this at posting time and live in the L.A. area, this message is fate. You should go to The B-Side and see Marcus spin live from 3pm-8. Details are below for a guaranteed good time.
ICYMI: Marcus Shadden’s 39 minute end of summer mix “Summer’s Over The Party’s Not!”
The good folks at Social Con Clothing and designer Marcus Shadden (you know him from the fire mixes he DJs as well) just dropped a smooth recap video of their Fall Fashion Show here in Chicago. The fresh looks are donned by some sexy models and I can say from being there first-hand that the line turned some heads.
…Especially at the end… which makes this video NSFW….
Haha, ya boy also has a brief cameo at the beginning alongside our own Srirachana.
Social Con Clothing‘s ” Modern American Comfort ” collection featured cut n sew pieces made with organic and natural fabrics. The idea was to create a collection that can be dressed up or down while still being comfortable. The show was featured at NYCH gallery , art district in Chicago. Designer Marcus Shadden @MarcusTheArtist Styled by @TravelAnneStyle Shot by @George_Sol_ Hair and Make up by RefleKTion Salon.
The L.A. DJ by way of Chicago and Kansas City, Marcus Shadden, delivers on a new mix that’s a must-download for R&B fans.
Moonlight Exposure is a 50 minute live mix of Marcus’ picks of new jams, throwback gems, and even some reggae — all blended with the smoothness of the music itself. There’s a clear theme of feel-good uptempo R&B vibes that will have you (and your lady-filled party) grooving.
I was hooked from the very start… a hilarious soundbite from Aziz Ansari on Parks & Rec. With that, press play below…
DJ/producer Marcus Shadden has a great concept on his hands below… and Kanye fans, you should enjoy. Shadden flipped a few of his favorite Kanye beats with seamless transitions that west coast rapper Peoples took care of with no problem. Naturally, this one ends on “The People” — the Kanye produced Common/Dwele record you should recall.
If you like what you hear below, Marcus and Peoples have similar mixes for Alchemist and Just Blaze beats here. All off the new Boarding Pass mixtape, up for download here too.
Here’s a mix, perfect for your end of summer Labor Day Weekend vibes. Let sun and the summer set with Popsicle Vol. 3 courtesy of our friend and homie Marcus Shadden. He always has a knack for mixing in feel-good oldies but goodies with today’s new sounds and this is no different. Starting with “I’m Real” by J-Lo and Ja Rule, splicing in a 2006 guilty pleasure Nelly Furtado & Timbaland’s “Promiscuous” or the smooth new Disclosure remix of “Frontin'”, and filtering in a dash of hip hop in between, Marcus does his thing here. I especially love the close with PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “East Liberty”, given that first lyric. Enjoy this for the next hour below:
Fun sidenote: At the 30 minute mark or so, I sensed the mix had the vibe of Kiesza’s “Hideaway” and thought to myself, this mix needs this song. Sure enough, at the 39 minute mark…