Speaker Creature (Pittsburgh Damage) Side B Mix

Once again, not to be confused with the  released in 2002, this is the Deadly Buda Mix-tape sold through the Turbo-Zen Record Store around 1993. More old school hardcore rave goodness. DJ Deadly Buda’s Speaker Creature (Pittsburgh Damage) Side B is stuffed with early Dance Ecstasy 2001, PCP, Structure, and Monotone. T-Bone Castro, Mescalinum United, Read More…

Speaker Creature (Pittsburgh Damage) Mix Side A

Not to be confused with the released in 2002, this is a Deadly Buda Mix-tape sold through the Turbo-Zen Record Store around 1993. Filled with early Hardcore such as PCP, Mescalinum United, Ace the Space, 303 Nation, Robert Armani and Aphex Twin. The tape was originally called “Pittsburgh Damage” because it had a bunch of Read More…

Universal Dynamo Mix

Text Link (may work for some mobile phones): —->>>>Universal Dynamo – DJ Deadly Buda – Hardcore Techno – Tekno – Breakcore – Rave – Gabber – Morph Beat by Dj Deadly Buda on Mixcloud Track List Below EBay Ad. [phpbay title=”Classic Rave Vinyl” keywords=”frenchcore” num=”40″ siteid=”1″ category=”176985″ customid=”Classic Rave Vinyl” sortorder=”PricePlusShippingHighest” templatename=”columns” columns=”4″ listingtype=”BIN” itemsperpage=”4″ Read More…

Graffiti: Bigger than the Renaissance

A critique and review of Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive Volume 3: TC5 Featuring Blade “The graffiti movement has become a greater thing than the Renaissance.” – Lady Pink In rare instances, an archive strengthens its subject’s history. This is the case with the third installment of Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive. In particular, graffiti artist Lady Read More…

Back To Burn! A review of City As Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection

February 3th 2014, the Museum of the City of New York launched graffiti once again into New York’s collective conscience. The art form half the city hates and most of the world loves once again reminds New Yorkers that “we may be through with the past, but the past may not be through with us.” Read More…

The Tale of the Blue Black Book.

On February 4th, 2014 the Museum of the City of New York will open “City As Canvas: Graffiti Art From the Martin Wong Collection” and I’m told my old graffiti black book is in the show. It won’t be the black book’s first time in a museum either. Previously it appeared at the Los Angeles Read More…

Rolling Thunder Writers

A review of Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive: New York City’s Subway Art and Artists Volume 2: RTW, SA “Rolling Thunder Writers” refers to a clique of graffiti artists that painted the New York City subway cars in the early and mid-1980s. Their fascinating history is recounted in volume two of “Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive: New Read More…

Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive: New York City’s Subway Art & Artists – a.k.a. “Big Subway Archive”

Last year, Apple’s iPad was bombed with the exclusive release of Henry Chalfant’s “Big Subway Archive Volume 1 – CYA & TVS” (later renamed Henry Chalfant’s Graffiti Archive: New York City’s Subway Art and Artists). The archival series will eventually comprise of photographs of over 800 New York City MTA Subway cars emblazoned with graffiti Read More…

Hallucinating the Future…Again.

Pain creates desire. Desire for alleviation of that pain in some way, and oftentimes desire manifests itself in our fantasies of the future. Unlike dreams, hallucinations are usually the result of some pain or discord in the body or mind and therefore can create elaborate fantasies, strategies, and madness… that can manifest in reality sometimes Read More…

Why Would I be Sickened by My Past?

Some might find it disappointing that I would be troubled by my past in any way. After all, it seems that we are constantly encouraged to “Just Do It!”, “Play Hard”, “No Regrets”, the list of clichés goes on… I’m naturally able to galvanize people into action. Not sure why, but I’ve just always been Read More…

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