Some J.Rocc Stuff
05/10/2011, 1:33 AM
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I spoke with the Beat Junkies’ founder for a quick piece in this month’s DJ Times Magazine, which can be read HERE. His first solo joint, Some Cold Rock Stuf, came out just last month; original production and turntablism, a mix of Latin, Funk, Jazz, Disco filled with hip-hop variants.

Peep a snippet of ‘Chasing The Sun’ from Some Cold Rock Stuf. [Stones Throw, 2011]

The J. Rocc print (below) is an exclusive done by Dion Bello (dNA), a Bay Area artist and illustrator whose work can be found on the Illuskrate site. Thanks D!


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bout the album last week. J Rocc is sick! did u check out the recent breaks mix he did with stussy?


Comment by dj chee

killer site! will definitely be coming back :)


Comment by beatsmithereans

Lady Gaga featuring on the cover of May 2011 issue of V magazine, get your digital copy from Other Edition Newsstand.


Comment by VMagazine

[…] Tru Thoughts sent over this Quantic mix full of career highlights all carefully strewn together by J-Rocc of the Beat Junkies. Highly recommended if you’re a fan of both or either artists. […]


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Re-twit you post: to my @niuuaoui twitter


Comment by Erurnidebub

Posted on I’d must test with you here, which isn’t something I usllauy do! I get pleasure from reading a post that will make folks think. Thanks for permitting me to remark!


Comment by Michitoshi

[…] **Here’s a ‘Best Of Quantic’ mix from a few years back by none other than J-Rocc of the Beat Junkies. […]


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