The Rub will be taking over the basement of Santos Party House for the Freedom Party on October 10th! Will be a night to remember. Come through and mention The Rub at the door!
We’ve got a brand new mix of classic soul to hold you down over the long weekend and ease the pain of the end of summer! Stream and download it over at BrooklynRadio. It goes like this:
The Drifters – Under the Boardwalk (1964)
The Shirelles – Will You Love Me Tomorrow (1960)
James Brown – Try Me (1959)
Dion – Runaround Sue (1961)
Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers – Why Do Fools Fall In Love (1955)
Franki Valli and the Four Seasons – Beggin (1967)
The Supremes – You Keep Me Hangin On (1966)
Fontella Bass – Rescue Me (1965)
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas – Jimmy Mack (1967)
The Del-Vikings – Come Go With Me (1961)
Brenton Wood – Gimme Little Sign (1967)
The Spinners – It’s A Shame (1964)
Sam & Dave – Hold On, I’m Coming (1966)
The Supremes – You Can’t Hurry Love (1966)
Gloria Jones – Tainted Love (1965)
The Contours – Do You Love Me (1962)
Jackie Wilson – Higher and Higher (1967)
Otis Redding – Dock of the Bay (1968)
We’ve got Toronto invading the house this Saturday, with special guests Skratch Bastid, Big Jacks & Royale. 10pm-4am, $10 before midnight / $15 after. As always, come EARLY to avoid what’s sure to be a crazy line.
OUT NOW! The Rub featuring Tatiana Owens “Bring On The Love”
Credits: All production and instrumentation by The Rub. Guitar on Disco Mix by Mark Tewarson. Photo by Kenny Rodriguez. Artwork by Vytis Gruzdys aka Boyfriend.
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The Rub will be 12 years old this Saturday! Come party with us before our voice starts to crack and we start growing weird hair down there. We’re going to have a big prom photo booth thing (for free!) and we’ll be joined by a couple of our oldest friends who have been with The Rub since the very beginning, Chances With Wolves, plus Prince Klassen!
Our friends at Serato asked us to rock volume 6 of their new Seratocast series. We kept it in the vein of our monthly Rub Radio mix, with new music from every corner of our crates, plus we debuted our new single, which comes out in August. Given all the twists and turns, we think it flows remarkably well. Big shout to Prince Rakeem for providing the intro material.
The Rub – We Invented Serato (feat. RZA)
Cam’ron & A-Trak – Dipshits
Grandtheft & Keys N Krates – Keep It 100
Popcaan – Hustle (feat. Pusha T)
T.I. – Turn It
Lstreetz – Informants
RL Grime & What So Not – Tell Me
Trippy Turtle – Trippy’s Theme
James Nasty feat. Pork Chop – Do It (Tittsworth Remix)
A-Trak + Milo & Otis feat. Rich Kidz – Out The Speakers (Caked Up Remix)
Sub Focus – Close (Grandtheft Remix)
Spankrock – Gully
Nadastrom – Fallen Down (Justin Martin Remix)
La Roux – Let Me Down Gently (Playless Remix)
The Rub feat. Tatiana Owens – Bring On The Love (Freestyle Mix)
Jim-E Stack – Reassuring
Smalltown DJs – See Thru (The Slow Waves Remix)
FKA twigs – Two Weeks
Lana Del Rey – Pretty When You Cry
Prince – Diamonds and Pearls
It might be a month old, but it’s still good!
The good folks at Do Androids Dance let us take over the turntables for the latest episode of their terrific mix series! Here are our favorite new house, disco, UK garage, trap and twerk records, bookended by a couple of classics by Frankie Knuckles (R.I.P.). Tracklist at Do Androids Dance or after the jump.
This is going to be another memorable night!