September 30, 2009

Deejay Non-Chalant: Get Psyched Mix Tape

On the Beat resident spin master, Deejay Non-Chalant, just completed his the fourth installment of his "Meatballs" mix tape series with a straight-up electro head banga! Pretty heavy from minute one to minute 61. On it includes new tracks from Basement Jaxx, Wolfmother, Stanton Warriors and Simian Mobile Disco (shocker there) and some club flips of a few '90s hip-hop staples! Track listing is below. Enjoy!


Deejay Non-Chalant - Meatballs 4: My Own Personal Get Psyched

Mix Tape

Barney’s Get Psyched Intro

Franz & Shape – Lump (Joe & Will Ask Remix)

Basement Jaxx Feat. Yo! Majesty - Twerk

J-WOW Feat. Aloe Blacc – Off With Ya Head

Enur – Calabria (The Hot Pink Delorean Remix)

Notorious B.I.G. – Hypnotize (Cold Blank Remix)

WZRDZ – Smells Like Teen Spirit (WZRDZ Remix)

Proxy – Think First (Jaxxs & Soda Edit)

Acidkids – Mitch

The Toxic Avenger – Toxic Is Dead

AB/DC – This Feelin (Boy 8-Bit Grindhouse Mix)

Skeelo – I Wish (Audiostalkers Remix)

Dolby Anol – Heather, I’m Dry (AC Slater Remix)

Rico Tubbs – Boom Riddim (The Sharkslayer Remix)

Get Em Mommies – When You See Us (Thunderbird Juice Boxx B-More Remix)

Run DMC – My Adidas (direct Priest Remix)

Erol Alkan & Boys Noize – Death Suite Bobermann Remix)

Simian Mobile Disco (Feat. Young Fathers) – Turn Up The Dial

Jokers Of The Scene – Baggy Bottom Boys (DZ Remix)

Stanton Warriors – Precinct (Plump DJs Remix)

The Hives – Main Offender (Mustard Pimp Remix)

U2 – Get On Your Boots (Crookers Remix)

Franz Ferdinand – Watch You Came For (Drums of Death Remix)

Wolfmother – New Moon Rising (YACHT Remix)

The Specials – Message To You Rudy (Dunno’s Random Adventure)

On the Beat: Oct. 1-Oct. 7

The Gay Blades

The distortion-heavy trash-folk duo play Asbury Lanes (209 4th Ave., Asbury Park) tonight with Kid Is Quall, A Love Like Pi and Gabriel The Marine. Show starts at 8. Tickets cost $10. All-ages.


The brutal-lic Bay Area brain bruisers, who along with Machine Head have set the standard for left-coast, thrash-metal hell-raising since the early ’90s with traumatic throat gargles and anvil heavy guitars and drums, lead its trail of dead into Championships Sports Bar and Grill (931 Chambers St., Trenton) tomorrow night. Also for sickos into Sepultura, new-age zombies on speed and egging old ladies on Mischief Night. Show starts at 5 p.m. Sicker Than Most, Exhaling Decay, The Kill Gene and Amica round out the bill. Tickets cost $12 in advance, $15 at the door. All-ages.


The dildo-drumming racket-rock drill team’s “Light Show Part 1” invades The All Call Inn (214 Weber Ave., Ewing) tomorrow night. Show starts at 9 p.m. Madlights (Monique, CJ Young Mush and Bub Luv), Saylawoo, Reckless and Killa Kurt open. DJ Mo Black spins between sets. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus.


The Trenton prog-funksters – think King Crimson scoring a Dead-drubbing video game – get hippy head-y on the Mill Hill Basement (300 S. Broad St., Trenton) tomorrow night. Show starts at 10 p.m. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus.

Pistol Monk

Mock rapping and groove-metal-ing have this female-fronted band - playing McGuinn’s Place (1781 Brunswick Pike, Lawrence) tomorrow night with Too Much Too Fast Too Soon – lending a bit of its personality to the shape-shifting goofing of Shonen Knife. There’s a chick drummer here, too. Show starts at 9 p.m. Slutty Earth round out the bill. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus.

Paul Plumeri Blues Band

Trenton’s Bishop of Blues has two sets of your daddy’s favorite guitar-grooves on tap for tomorrow night’s headlining gig at The Record Collector (358 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown). The living legend hits the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10 in advance, $12 at the door. All-ages.

Hub City Stompers

City Garden’s sassiest skin-ska exports do their riotous hometown throw down at The Court Tavern (124 Church St., New Brunswick) tomorrow night. Show starts at 9 p.m. New York’s TRI STATE Conspiracy and Texas’s Channel One open. Tickets cost $10. 21-plus.

The Doughboys

The Plainfield garage-blues throwbacks hit up The Stone Pony (913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park) tomorrow night with Blue Highways, Resurrextion and Little Jimmy Larowski. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10. All-ages.

Tube Disasters

The South Jersey punk-core crew’s “Thrash Caravan” – a crass anti-authoritative melt of Murphy’s Law and Municipal Waste – slams into Championships Sports Bar and Grill (931 Chambers St., Trenton) Saturday afternoon. Show starts at noon. Octopussy headlines. Gravelight, Atrophia, Ashes of Mortality, Kill The Evidence, Breath Easy and Iodine play, too. Tickets cost $10. All-ages.

Triggered Impulse

All it takes is four words to get these local speed freaks – headlining the Mill Hill Basement (300 S. Broad St., Trenton) Saturday night - going completely loco: “Peanut Butter Jelly Time!” The tatted Trenton tough guy’s vicious retelling of The Buckwheat Boyz ring-tone hit wallops you across the forehead at million miles a minute, but somehow is still easy to shake you ass too. Classic! Show starts at 10 p.m. Michigan’s Guesters, Philly’s Apocry Fiend and Atlantic City’s Jump Ship are the special guests. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus.

Lion Of Ido

The New Yorker’s cutesy piano pop – showing off its spirit fingers at the All Call Inn (214 Weber Ave., Ewing) Saturday night – sparkles with Ben Folds poetic playfulness for fans of high school musicals. Show starts at 9 p.m. 15 Keys play, too. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus.

Kim Richey

The Nashville songbird’s sweet vocal tones – on display at The Record Collector (358 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown) Saturday night - give off a Sarah McLaughlin vibe. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Will Kimbrough opens. Tickets cost $15 in advance, $18 at the door. All-ages.

The Cretins

The Hamilton teen’s nu-metal makeover – that combo of The Used and Senses Fail – would make for the perfect zombie waltz around Six Flag Great Adventure’s (1 Six Flags Blvd., Jackson) Live & Local stage this Fright Fest season, had the boys been booked after dark on Saturday. They’ll get their chance – among smoke and pyrotechnics – at 10 p.m. Oct. 23. This week they play at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Free with admission to the park. All-ages.

Dan Zanes

The Grammy-winning kid-rock connoisseur puts on a happy face at the Paramount Theatre (1300 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park) Saturday afternoon. Show starts at 1. Tickets cost between $25 and $55. All-ages.


Zombies take to the streets during day in Asbury Park all day Saturday. And when all the brains are all munched up and the sun sets, nothing screams dance of the dead like a metallic Bee Gees cover band - like these New Yorkers headlining Asbury Lanes (209 4th Ave., Asbury Park) at 8 p.m. Johnny Headband, Dead Elvi and Johnny B. Morbid open. Tickets cost $10 for zombies, $12 for humans. All-ages.

Christine Martucci

The Flemington fem-rock fly-girl flexes her X chromosomes in a man-hating Melissa Etheridge sort of way at Saturday’s “Ladies of Rock and Roll Show” at The Stone Pony (913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park). Show starts at 7:30 p.m. CC Coletti and Melissa Cahill open. Cathouse plays a late set, too. Tickets cost $10 in advance, $12 at the door. All-ages.

Primordial Gore

Killer name and a lust for blood-splattering death metal like Goatwhore? Doesn’t get any better than that, right? The Cherry Hill bunch open for FLUWID at Championships Sports Bar and Grill (931 Chambers St., Trenton) Sunday afternoon. Show starts at noon. The club’s regular cast of characters, The Walking Alley, Total Ruination, NoN-STOP! and Triggered Impulse thrash along, too. Tickets cost $10. All-ages.

King DJango

Earning rudi royalty status through the New York City ska collective Stubborn All Stars and his tireless work keeping the island rhythms beating in New Jersey with his New Brunswick-based Stubborn Records and Version City studios, Jeff Baker usually covers his roots while jazzing it up at his solo performances – including Sunday’s show at Asbury Lanes (209 4th Ave., Asbury Park) with Hub City Stompers. Show starts at 4 p.m. Channel One, Void Union and The Heavy Beat play, too. Tickets cost $8 in advance, $10 at the door. All-ages.

Strike Anywhere

The Virginia hardcore hot-steppers are all hopped-up on the melody-heavy thunder off their buzz-worthy new disc “Iron Front” (Bridge Nine Records) – dropping Tuesday, the same night of their Asbury Lanes (209 4th Ave., Asbury Park) concert. Vocalist Thomas Barnett tells On The Beat, the new material is, “the most bombastic, live-feeling, devastating songs we’ve ever recorded.” For fans of the thinking-man’s punk, Avail and latter Circle Jerks. Show starts at 6 p.m. Polar Bear Club, Crime In Stereo and Ruiner open. Tickets cost $12. All-ages.

Scott Frost’s On The Beat concert listing appears in The Trentonian every Thursday. If your band is playing around town, email the On the Beat webline at

DJ Spooky: Subliminal Thinking

Trip-Hop spinster DJ Spooky hits up Philly's Northstar Bar on Oct. 8. His new album, "The Secret Song," drops two days earlier.
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Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, is an innovative chap. Last time he hit the Philly area, Spooky did a live reconstruction of KKK propaganda film, "Birth of a Nation." That was pretty sick stuff - a crazy multi-media extravaganza where Spooky spun his own brand of electro madness, while manipulating clips from the century-old movie and adding computer-generated special effects.
On Oct. 6, Spooky will release his new record, "The Secret Song." The sound of it so far, sees Spooky mixes all brands of electronic music for fans of jungle, avant garde urban rhythms, world beat and turntablism. The disc also features wordplay from The Jungle Brothers and The Coup, Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and scratch battling from The X-Ecutioner Rob Swift.