This Sunday, queen of the Sissy Bounce sound direct from New Orleans it’s Big Freedia with DJ Rusty Lazer. Dre Skull will be down as well and the whole event is presented by Crossfaded Bacon and Emynd. Expect a raucous, sexually charged, call and response show from Big Freedia and Rusty Lazer. Cover is only $5 all night with tickets available at AKA Records or at the door. Previously we’ve featured a mix from Rusty Lazer,and way back in the archives, a history of bounce mix we posted in 2006. For more on the sound, check after the jump for the pilot episode of Diplo’s No One’s Safe where he goes to New Orleans to learn more about the city and NOLA Bounce.
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May 21st, 2010 · No Comments
April 8th, 2010 · No Comments
Treme is a brand new show from David Simon (The Wire, Corner, Homicide) and Eric Overmeyer (Law & Order) about musicians in New Orleans beginning months after Katrina. From the trailer above this looks amazing, seeing the Indians and the second lines and amazing music and the soul of the city. Finally got a chance to go last year and participate in a second line and get a personal guided tour of the Backstreet Cultural Museum and I fell in love. Treme starts this Sunday, April 11th at 10PM. Saw this on Becks Cajun Cafe facebook page, going to have to go back asap.
September 24th, 2009 · No Comments
Tonight, Spank Rock will be performing live on the last stop of the sissy bounce tour featuring New Orleans artists Big Freedia, Sissy Nobby and Rusty Lazer. Emynd opens things up at 10. Drinks are only $1 til 11 and cover is $5 all night.
Bounce music is an energetic style of New Orleans hip hop party music characterized by call and response style party and Mardi Gras Indian chants and dance call-outs that are frequently hypersexual. Like crunk, Miami bass and Baltimore club, bounce is a highly regional form of dance music that has influenced a variety of other rap subgenres and even emerged in the mainstream. Lil’ Jon and the Ying Yang Twins frequently incorporate bounce chants into their music (such as, “shake that thing like a salt shaker”) and slang (such as “twerk”) And there are even several mainstream Bounce records like Juvenile’s “Ha” and “Back That Azz Up” which many people do not realize are actually BOUNCE records. And, as unlikely as it may sound, there are also a lot of openly gay, overtly camp, cross-dressing male rappers in bounce who are part of a phenomenon affectionately known as “sissy rap”.
Check out this mix that Rusty Lazer did last year featuring both Big Freedia and Sissy Nobby.
December 4th, 2008 · 1 Comment
Dj Rusty Lazer just sent over a mix he did in Autumn. Shit is hype. Ex Dj for Japanther dude is on some shit now hangin down in NOLA and getting into all the different nooks and crannies of the music scene. He sent us this mix to check out and also hit up his blog. Got a great video about all the experimental stuff going down in post Katrina NOLA.
Da Blockburnaz – Back 2 New Orleans
Partners n Crime / Da Blockburnaz – Do It Baby
Choppa – Whooaa
DJ Jubilee – Hot Boy Hot Girl
Sissy Nobby – Break It Down/Move Ya Body Like a Snake
Big Freedia – Hit Me On My Next
Gotty Boi Chris – Blocka
Youngbleed (Feat. Choppa) – Shake Sump’n’ -
Da Block Burnaz – Work That Thang
Sissy Nobby – Consequences
April 24th, 2008 · No Comments
South Rakkas Crew get mad again with a brand new release on Mad Decent. Mad Decent head honchos picked up Mad Again from the Mix Up and offer up an all star mix treatment featuring remixes from Diplo, Drop the Lime, Boy 8-Bit, Emynd, JOTS, Fake Blood and more. Emynd’s Nola Bounce is my highlight, but the Boy 8-Bit goes in hard. Download it now
February 21st, 2007 · 1 Comment
Not one to wax on about Jay Z here, but its about NOLA. The rebuilding process is still going on.