By Zach Sciacca 8th Aug, 2012
You wouldn't see The Black Keys start crowd-surfing in a live show while the music just keeps playing. In electronic music, though, there's a grey area, as Z-Trip writes in this exclusive Guest Editorial for inthemix.
By Piero Ruzzene 4th Jan, 2007
As far as hip hop mixes go you really can’t get better than this. One of the genre’s true mavericks, DJ Jazzy Jeff, puts together a peerless blend of gritty beats and furious wordplay that spans three decades of hip hop.
By Scott Jeffery 25th Jul, 2006
A beguiling and magnificent yet unassuming, Disc Jockey named Jeff Towns.
By Tim Hardaker 15th Jun, 2006
Tank have announced their lineup of extra special guests for July, with a long list of international superstars set to appear.
By Jon Cartledge 22nd Feb, 2005
Going into this review with mixed emotions and thoughts I was quickly silenced by the genius of Jazzy Jeff, his track selection, and ability to bring together classic artists like The Temptations, Booker T, Barry White and Soul Central.
By Tim Hardaker 11th Oct, 2004
Hip hop pioneer turned mullti-million selling pop star Jazzy Jeff chatted to Skrufff this week about his upcoming house compilation for Defected Records and revealed that his success almost caused his downfall.
By Sophie Doran 14th Apr, 2004
Any hip hop head is likely to agree, the mixing is first class throughout as is the immaculate beat juggling and dope as cuts, yet despite all this it is one of the least exciting releases we have been hit with this year and is now used in my stereo as di
By Terry Soo 20th Oct, 2003
"Hi, I'm Jazzy Jeff, founding board member to Ol Skool Corp. (subsidiary of DJ World pty ltd). I'm here today to give you a brief overview of our company's previous and current standings in the world of hiphop. I will also have help from a selection of
By Danielle Rizk 13th Oct, 2003
There was no Boom Shake room heard on this night....even though that's exactly what The magnificent Jazzy Jeff did with his side kicks Pauly Yams and V!
By Daddy Bodine 23rd Sep, 2003
Jazzy Jeff is notoriously underrated. Real heads know all about his turntablism before the Beastie Boys had heard of Mixmaster Mike, but to most he was the guy with the sunglasses backing up Bad Boy Will Smith in between being tossed out of the Bel Air ma