We were recently given an opportunity to provide music for a friend of ours’ podcast called Carry the One Radio. Sama (founder and interviewer for the show) has monthly discussions on various topics, each one intended the bring scientific concepts to a larger audience. Cancer treatments, the motivational state of hunger, and many other topics are covered by the crew at Carry the One and we encourage you to check it out! They’re droppin’ science (literally) for you. Find out more here, we’re glad to provide funk to lead the show in and out!
If you have a ticket to Wizard World, us here at Big Pimp Jones and RecordBreakin Music have something for you! More details will be available shortly, keep an eye out for specific times – all performances will be at the in-convention stage (officially called the ‘Cosplay Stage’). Tentative schedule:
FRIDAY MAY 31
Junior (Recordbreakin Music) will be spinning two all-vinyl 30-minute sets
SATURDAY JUNE 1
Big Pimp Jones will play a 30-minute live funk set
SUNDAY JUNE 2
Big Pimp Jones will play two 30-minute live funk sets
TIMES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
If you don’t own a ticket, get yourself one! Tickets available here.
We’re working on a lot of things right now, but we always have time to upload another free break. This one’s much more on the mellow tip!
The second in our series of free breaks and tracks on YouTube from us in Big Pimp Jones - listen, sample, chop… whatever you like!
Last weekend Keith (Big Pimp Jones guitarist, far right) was given the chance to be a guest of the Kaijucast podcast as they watched, reviewed and discussed the classic film Rodan. You better believe he jumped at the opportunity! Click here to go to Kaijucast’s page and listen to the episode. And if you’re not subscribed to Kaijucast yet then do it already!
The first in a series of free breaks and tracks on YouTube, from Big Pimp Jones (don’t worry, we’ve recorded hours of music and can afford to give some of it away).
Just a little of what’s coming your way in 2013 from Big Pimp Jones.
For our gig at House of Blues (September 2012), some some people in the audience’s phone videos had decent audio so we figured we’d share! The quality isn’t high but our logic was the more funk videos in the world the better.
Want to get more of an idea what Kodoja: Terror Mountain Showdown sounds like? Check out this exclusive mix by Skeme Richards!