Boiler Room

Watch Just Blaze’s Throwback Set for Boiler Room

Two weeks ago, the Boiler Room threw a party in London to explore the intersections between soul, hip-hop and house. One of the highlights of the night was a set by Just Blaze, who has produced classics like Cam’ron’s “Oh Boy,” Jay Z’s “Public Service Announcement,” and Fabolous’ “Breathe.”
Though Blaze is best known for his work in hip-hop, the New Jersey native grew up on house and has even released some of his own house productions. Considering his diverse background and in-depth knowledge of various musical styles, it only makes sense that the Boiler Room would enlist him for such an event.
Thankfully, like all Boiler Room sets, Blaze’s entire performance is now available to stream on YouTube. Watch his hour-long set above, which covers various eras and genres, including soul, house, and hip-hop.
Related: Just Blaze Interview with DJcityTV

Teeko Performs on Boiler Room

Last month, San Francisco’s Teeko threw down an impressive set for Boiler Room packed with originals, collaborations, and live remixes. The 45 minute performance was further proof that his controllerist skills are on the level of masters such as Enferno and Shiftee.
For those who don’t know, Teeko was a co-designer of Vestax’s Controller One turntable. He was also featured in DJcityTV’s San Francisco episode of the “Cutting Room” last October.

Teeko – Leads The Way
Teeko & J-1 – Green Smoke
Teeko – King S#it
Teeko – Radical Mind
Teeko – Dawg
Ohio Players – Funky Worm
Salva & Ruckazoid & Teeko – Funky Worm Flip
Ruckazoid – You a Hoe – PSK – Instrumental
Salva & Ruckazoid & Teeko & B.Bravo – GhettoBlasta
Baauer – Baddest – Teeko Live ReFreak
Salva – Say Hey
Starship Connection (Teeko & B.Bravo) – Sweat – Instrumental
Teeko – Tell The DJ – Instrumental
Teeko & B. Lewis – $ on Tha Flow
Teeko – Rock 1x
Ruckazoid – Workin Up a Sweat
Teeko – Always The Little Things
Teeko & Salva & B.Bravo – Freakin U

Related: DJ Woody x Vestax Controller One

45 King Performs on Boiler Room

45 King
Today at DJcity we’re celebrating Throwback Thursday with a recent Boiler Room set by legendary hip-hop producer and 7″ encyclopedia, 45 King.
While known for producing his classic breakbeat “The 900 Number” and remixes for Gang Starr, Eric B. & Rakim, and Digital Underground, 45 King has also produced modern hits such as JAY Z’s “Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)” and Eminem’s “Stan.”
The New Jersey native’s hour-long set features a variety of hip-hop, soul, and funk classics, some of which contain famous samples.

Download the audio here
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