Listen to “The Halftime Show w/DJ Eclipse, Stretch & Bobbito and DJ Homicide”, the latest DJ mix released by DJ Eclipse on MixCloud. This mix is 02:28:26 mins long. If you dig this mix, then check out more of DJ Eclipse’s mixes his mixcloud page.
To kick off their promotional campaign for their upcoming movie “Stretch & Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives”, the duo came by The Halftime Show to talk about the documentary and everything KCR related. As soon as the two of them were in the place together and we turned on the mics it was 1994 all over again (22:37). Jokes were flying, phone calls were taken and info was shared about the history of their come up. Even after Bobbito left, Stretch stayed and we had another discussion about his career as a DJ and the decline of his interest in the music that was being made in the late 90s, early 2000s (99:56). Additionally, I played all 90s Hip Hop on vinyl (3:46) (79:34) (126:31) and incorporated another WKCR alum, DJ Homicide aka Hungry Jack to help out with the instrumentals. The documentary is amazing and for information on it’s release as well as anything Stretch & Bob related you can go to www.stretchandbobbito.com
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About DJ Eclipse
DJ Eclipse, renowned indie Hip Hop tastemaker, first gained national notoriety while djing for 3rd Bass front man MC Serch in the early 90’s. His reputation grew in the mid 90’s by filling in for Stretch Armstrong on his weekly 89.9 radio show on WKCR and then later for Mayhem on 89.1 WNYU. He joined Wild Pitch Records in ’94 and became the National Director of Retail Promotion until their closing in ’95. Then, DJ Jab, the owner of a small basement record store called Fat Beats, brought Eclipse in to help out on weekends. It wasn’t long before Fat Beats became a worldwide company with Eclipse overseeing all of their retail operations. Around this time, NY also saw the birth of Eclipse’s seminal crew Non Phixion, which played a pivotal role in the indie renaissance of the mid 90’s. During these years, Eclipse established himself as the “go to” DJ for all the local Hip Hop events at Wetlands, S.O.B.’s, Vinyl and most notably, Tramps. In ’97, after spinning at many of the “Break Beats” parties at The Point in the Bronx, Crazy Legs put Eclipse down with the legendary Rock Steady Crew as one of the RSC DJs. By 1998, Eclipse started The Halftime Radio Show with DJ Riz and Lynn Gonzalez. Later on he could still be heard on on 89.1 WNYU with DJ Skizz on Wednesday nights from 10:30 PM – 1:00 AM (EST). As a producer, some of Eclipse’s notable credits include remixes for O.C. (“Time’s Up” & “Born 2 Live”), Nas, N-Tyce, the Modern Jazz Quartet (Rebop-The Savoy Remixes), a couple party joints for AV8 & Nervous Records and the Fractured Breaks battle records series just to name a few. In addition to running the Fat Beats NY store, operating Uncle Howie Records with partner ILL BILL and touring with La Coka Nostra, Eclipse joined DJ Premier on his “Live From HeadQCourterz” radio show as a “relief” DJ when Primo is on tour. The show aired on Sirius Satellite Radio on channel 40 Friday nights from midnight to 2 AM (EST).
Now he flexes on Rap Is Outta Control on (SiriusXM). Rap Is Outta Control is a weekly mix show hosted by DJ Eclipse and DJ Riz. The Sirius XM show airs every Sunday evening from 10pm-12am EST on Shade 45.
O.C. “Time’s Up”
Name of the track at 03:46? Thank you.
Peace to yall at halftime show…
Thanks for the memory lane.
Viewing the film at central park with yall n everybody else after them performances was mad dope! Word…Life
Yeah randy is real ol school!
Great to hear you three together.
Yo yo keep it coming underground freestyle hardcore rap HIP HOP 🙂 ONELOVE BROOKLYN$ FINE$T DREAM$
Haha, had to think about phila when that dude called with the poops song..
This my song here!! #RIP_Guru
LOL, they are terrible, LOLOLOL!!!!
Laughing laughing and more laughing all good. Still awesome show. Nice to hear all three of you Once again thank you for sharing. Peace.
Some cringeworthy phone calls