A collection of remix albums, as well as original music and remixes for other artists. Also listed is a documentary film about a legendary New York City video rental store, which will be available to stream soon.

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Champagne Jerry

For Real, You Guys is the debut album by rap phenomenon Champagne Jerry. We worked hand in hand to craft an album that will undoubtedly top most, if not all, year-end critic’s lists. (2013)

Mic Check 1234!

Mic Check 1234! is a remix album consisting of rap and punk music. Great rap and great punk both make you want to affect change, to rebel against the status quo, or to simply just get up and move. This project pairs my favorite emcees’ most socio-political material with some of the best punk bands ever. (2012)

Ghostfunk

Ghostfunk combines Wu-Tang artist Ghostface Killah with the sounds of vintage African funk, highlife, and psychedelic rock music. (2011)

Selene

Inspired by the 2009 sci-fi movie Moon written and directed by Duncan Jones, Selene is a five track hip-hop EP that samples the film’s original score written by Clint Mansell. A collaboration with rapper Richard Rich. (2011)

Dub KweliDub Kweli

Following in the footsteps of Mos Dub, Dub Kweli lets Talib Kweli rock the mic to some dubbed out beats. (2010)

Mos DubMos Dub

A reggae inspired remix album that marries hip-hop artist Mos Def with the sounds of dub reggae. (2010)

Doublecheck Your HeadDoublecheck Your Head

You may recognize what is inside the blender, it’s the Beastie Boys’ album Check Your Head! Here I combined the Beasties with themselves by sampling material from Check Your Head. (2009)

Jaydiohead - Jay-Z x RadioheadJaydiohead

Jaydiohead is a series of two remix albums that merge Jay-Z with Radiohead. (2009)

More musicMore music

An ongoing collection of songs, beats, and remixes.

There Were Always Dogs, Never KidsThere Were Always Dogs, Never Kids

A 23 minute documentary about Alan’s Alley, New York City’s legendary video store. Alan Sklar is a human movie database with 40,000 titles and a clientele spanning from movie stars to female prison inmates. This store isn’t just the last dinosaur standing at the edge of the tar pit. (2012)

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