Video Vault

02 12 14

DJ Cheeba on ‘The Source’ (Made In Bristol TV)

I was recently invited to talk with local magazine TV show ‘The Source’ about the premier of my Plan 9 From Outer Space project. Below you can see and hear what i had to say including an exclusive clip from the show itself.

21 10 14

3 Way Mix interview DJ Cheeba, DJ Moneyshot & DJ Food

Scratch Pro Audio catches up with the kings of cut paste…. DJ Cheeba, DJ Moneyshot and DJ Food for a chat about all things music after they performed a live, one take section of their 4 deck “Caught in the Middle of a 3 Way Mix” routine. A rework of The Beastie Boys’ ‘Paul’s Boutique’ album for the innoFADER Sessions.

See the innoFADER Sessions video here:

http://youtu.be/h7_ita0B2Zo

Filmed on location at Floating Harbour Studios Bristol:
http://www.floatingharbourstudios.co.uk

Credits:

The Interviewer

Adam Hussam Murray

Filmed and Edited by: Adam Bell (Lionpaw Cinema)
http://www.twitter.com/lionpawcinema

Second Camera: Louis Gane
http://www.twitter.com/louisganefilm

Links:

http://www.scratchproaudio.co.uk
http://www.innofader.com
http://www.universalmagnetic.co.uk

21 10 14

Spur1 Radioshow Oktober 2014 Rec Session DJ Cheeba

Live footage and interview from my recent show in Dresden, Germnany.

11 10 14

‘Back To Biba’ (Swinging London) VJ Mix

“In celebration of our exclusive Biba archive collection, audio visual artist DJ Cheeba has created a 15 minute VJ set inspired by the Biba brand and its prominent place in swinging 60’s London.

The piece combines music from the era, mixed to archive film footage of Biba and the culture that surrounded the brand, its founder Barbara Hulanicki, scenes from London and the infamous Carnaby Street at that time. It’s a multi-media playlist to get you in the mood for Biba’s 50th Anniversary, and an opportunity for those who experienced it first hand, as well as new fans to take a nostalgic trip ‘Back to Biba’.

DJ Cheeba is hailed as one of the most progressive audio visual artists around today, having produced a catalogue of highly acclaimed audio mix-tapes and groundbreaking video projects that have gone viral worldwide and topped iTunes download charts. Cheeba also regularly tours some of the most prestigious venues and festivals globally with his technically advanced video shows, and is known for his cut and paste style of turntablism. Audiences can expect a high paced trip through styles made to make you dance, think and smile.

On his ‘Back to Biba’ set for Farfetch, he says: ‘London in the 1960’s was a pivotal time for music, culture and fashion and I’ve tried to encapsulate all of this into the mix. The project progresses with many reference points crossing the audio and visual samples with various artists and an edit style inspired by the movie ‘Woodstock’, which will hopefully reach a fresh audience in 2014.’

Cheeba is more than a DJ, he’s an audio visual experience not to be missed! So click the play button and enjoy this exclusive music and fashion collaboration.”

*Words by Ashlie Dixon @Farfetch

http://www.farfetch.com/uk/editorial/back-to-biba-vj-mix-by-dj-cheeba.aspx


trailer:

Playlist:

LAURIE JOHNSON
THE THEME FROM THE AVENGERS

SWINGING LONDON RADIO
INTRO JINGLE

STATUS QUO
PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN

THE ROLLING STONES
FADE TO BLACK

THE ALLERGIES
GATHER ROUND

THE YARDBIRDS
FOR YOUR LOVE

THE SMALL FACES
HEY GIRL

THE WHO
MY GENERATION (BUILDER REMIX)

THE WHO
MY GENERATION

THE SMALL FACES
ROLLIN’ OVER

WILSON PICKET
MINI SKIRT MINNIE

FUNKI PORCINI
THE DEVIL DRIVES

LULU
LOVE LOVES TO LOVE

DONOVAN
MELLOW YELLOW

THE MONKS
BOYS ARE BOYS AND GIRLS ARE GIRLS

THE MAGIC MIXTURE
NEW MAN

THE BLACKBIRDS
GIRL IM WONDERING

THE SMALL FACES
THAT’S THE LIFE

HAZY OSTERWALD JET SET
SWINGING LONDON

FIRST IMPRESSION
SWINGIN’ LONDON SCENE

THE BEATLES
SGT PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CUB BAND (REPRISE)

THE BEATLES
THE END

THE KINKS
DEDICATED FOLLOWER OF FASHION

10 05 14

3 Way mix interview (Video)

Interview we did with the guys from Hardcore Classic to support the 3 Way Mix tour when it reached Sydney, Australia. Includes some fun footage of the show. Apologies for the clearly hungover and sweaty cheeba.

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20 04 14

After School Special (Drug Education – Remixed)

After years of planning, research, cataloging and editing, Im happy to say my new video project After School Special is now live.

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A sample based look at a century of drug culture across a huge spectrum of film and music. Aiming to educate, interest and amuse all who have and have not experimented with “party drugs”.

The concept is inspired by ABC’s After School Specials. A series of ‘made for TV’ films designed to educate teenagers on socially relevant and often controversial subjects, originally broadcast by The American Broadcast Company from 1972 – 1997.

18 04 14

ElectroChoc 9 : Quotidienne 6 – SOIR 3

“La soirée Hip Hop du Festival Electrochoc. Incroyables live de PHARCYDE et DELTRON 3030 et REEDBONG, performance unique de Dj food, Dj Cheeba & Dj Money shot… d’ores et déjà Mythique !”

15 04 14

DJ Cheeba’s After School Special (Chapter 1) – Preview

Preview for the upcoming 60min audio visual montage ‘After School Special’. To be released on April 20th.

‘After School Special’ focuses on a century of drug culture across film and music with an aim to educate, enlighten and amuse. Expect a spectacular collection of samples and wordplay that has taken years to compile and is presented across 5 chapters.

The title ‘After School Special’ is taken from a series of short films designed to educate teenagers on socially relevant and often controversial subjects, originally broadcast by The American Broadcast Company from 1972 – 1997.

Web: WWW.DJCHEEBA.COM
Bookings: Ben@elasticartists.net

Chapter 1 – THC

Music:

Linval Thompson – I Love Marijuana
Cab Calloway – Reefer Man
Black Uhuru – Sinsemilla
Rat pack – Searching For My Rizla
Peter Tosh – Legalize It (Secret Circuit’s Ecodelic Shockblast Mix)
Easy Star Allstars – Money
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Tom Petty – You Don’t Know How It Feels
Black Sabbath – Sweet Leaf
The Fraternity of Man – Don’t Bogart Me
Ray Charles – Let’s go get stoned
Three 6 Mafia – Smokin On Da Dro (Video edit by Lindsay Scoggins)
Afroman – Because I Got High
The Pharcyde – Pack The Pipe
Devin The Dude – Reefer and Beer
Steve Miller Band – The Joker
Bloodstone – Natural High
Treva Whateva – Breakfast Of Champions (Skit)
Dusty Springfield – Son of a Preacher Man
Redman – How To Roll A Blunt
Louis Armstrong – Muggles
Rick James – Mary Jane
Method Man & Redman – How High Part II (acapella)
Method Man & Redman – How High (acapella)
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Kaya
Cypress Hill & Funkdoobiest – Stoned Is The Way Of The Walk
Donovan – Mellow Yellow
Harlem Underground Band – Smokin’ Cheeba Cheeba
Eddy Cheba – Looking Good
Tom Lehrer – The Old Dope Peddler

Videos:

Cab Calloway – Reefer man
Anti Marijuana PSA by American Medical
Attack The Block
Make it with Rizla (1970’s cinema advert)
Anti Cannabis advert (UK Frank)
Human Traffic ‘Spliff Politics’
Amsterdam by night (C4 Pot Night documentary)
Grass
Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
Extract ‘Bong Scene’
Friday
Cheech and Chong ‘Up In Smoke’
Easy Rider
Caddyshack
The Great Pot Debate
Half Baked
Anti Marijuana cartoon advert
Alice in Wonderland (Disney)
Wonderland Mafia – Edited by Lindsay Scoggins
Cheech and Chong ‘Next movie’
Trailer Park Boys ‘A shit river runs through it’
Afroman ‘Because i got high’
Pulp Fiction
How High
Reefer Madness
‘The Blunt Truth’ PSA
All In The Family
Pineapple Express
Rick James ‘Mary Jane’
Revenge of The Nerds
How high pt 2
How High pt 1
Puff The Magic Dragon
Donovan ‘mellow yellow’ live
Arnold smokes weed
Trailer Park Boys ‘The Green Bastard’
Jay and Silent Bob

(Video sampling and edits by DJ Cheeba unless otherwise stated)

27 02 14

Traffic Jams Part1

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Traffic Jams Pt1 (the questionable pilot)

How do you kill time on a long car journey from Bristol to Norwich? Plug in a QFO turntable with Serato and cut up some songs and samples about cars.

Please note if you’re planning to do this kind of thing for more than 2 minutes you’ll need a decent power source as it turns out you can’t run multiple devices off one cigarette lighter socket without the the adaptor blowing up.

Part 2 will be recorded once i have a new power convertor. I have some songs in mind but am open to suggestions.

Song used in this episode: Gary Numan – Cars

07 08 13

Nantes, France 2011

An oversized white tee and videos from the ‘Reels of Solid Steel’ era, recently uploaded by French Ninja Fred AKA Oof.