Coffee Break for Heroes and Villains Vol. 29

Last episode of this podcast for awhile, from the infamous Noah Uman. Check for it while you still can!


1. Everybody feat. RM Nalm Myers – Custodian Of Records (2012)
2. A Word Of Advice feat. Doom – Fog (2002)
3. Coffee Break Theme – MC Esoteric (2011)
4. Deathless Fascination – Esoteric Vs. Gary Numan (2007)
5. Coffee Drop – Paul Nice
6. Most Hated In 1987 – Mr. Magic (1987)
7. The New Style – Beastie Boys (1987)
8. Miles & Trane – John Robinson & PVD (2012)
9. Chilling With Chuck Chillout – Ultramagnetic MC’s
10. I’m Large – DJ Chuck Chillout & Kool Chip (1989)
11. A Mess, The Booth Soaks In Palacian Musk (Live on KEXP) – Shabazz Palaces (2012)
12. Average – Madlib & Kazi (2001)
13. Coffee Drop – Schoolly D (2011)
14. It’s Gettin’ Hectic (Unreleased) – Boogie Down Productions
15. Keep It Lit – Shawn Lov & Rich Quick (2012)
16. Remember faet. Freddie Gibbs – Sean Price (2012)
17. Severed Heads Of State feat. El-P – ILL BILL (2012)
18. Sound Bwoy Bureill – Smif-N-Wessun (1995)
19. Scooby Doo – Cypress Hill (1993)
20. Radio feat. Greg Mack of KDAY – Eazy-E (1988)
21. Zen Meditation – Super DJ BrownBum
22. WBLS Marley Marl Promo – MC Lyte
23. Long Live The Kane – Big Daddy Kane (1988)
24. Einstein Effect (prod. by The Custodian Of Records) – S. Habib
25. Jimbrowski feat. Kool DJ Red Alert – Jungle Brothers (1988)
26. Heroes And Villains Part 2 – Will C. (2011)


Noah Uman’s Record Collection (Dust and Grooves)

The infamous Dust and Grooves blog got it in with Noah Uman down at his new digs in Nashville. Noah used to live above a friend of mine in Jersey City, and was always super humble and down-to-earth whenever I ran into him, an all-around nice guy and music lover. Not to mention he supported a lot of my music and even had me on his WFMU radio show once, which was pretty kind considering much of my internet-distributed music was virtually unknown to anyone listening. Noah is not unknown however – besides continuing to host his radio show Coffee Break for Heroes and Villians he’s spreadheaded some amazing hip-hop reissues, from the Beatnuts to Siah and Yeshua Dapo Ed’s EP. And Dust and Grooves comes with some great photos per usual.

(Noah if you’re reading this I know I still owe you some music…)