the Wheat and the Chaff

Mix: Oneman for Diplo & Friends


Following on from his recent excellent Solitaire Vol. 1 mix, DJ Oneman has uploaded his guest session for Diplo’s BBC Radio 1xtra show, Diplo & Friends. Like Ryan Hemsworth’s mix for the show, it’s jampacked with bangers, but this one lasts for two whole hours and lacks any irritating BBC watermarks. It’s absolutely awesome, too – relentlessly energetic and unashamedly fun. Just check that tracklist for proof.



Sinjin Hawke – Prom Nite
Loefah – Veal
GoldFFinch – Rodeo
Elgato – Dunkel Jam
Bonobo – Emkay
Dom Kennedy – My Type Of Party [Brenmar Remix]
George Fitzgerald – Thinking Of You
Boddika & Joy O – Mercy [Boddika VIP]
Cashmere Cat – Kiss Kiss [Canblaster Remix]
Mak & Pasteman – Dither
Soulja Boy – Ferrari
Strip Steve – Money Trouble Funk [Bambounou Remix]
Chrissy Murderbot – Friendship [Legowelt Remix]
D Malice vs Kowton – Gabreyllisous
Samaritan – Don’t Try Love
Gucci Vump – Sha! Shtil! [L-Vis1990 Remix]
Funkystepz – Warrior
Destinys Child – Bills, Bills, Bills [Phuturistix Remix]
Drake – Real Her
Loefah – Western [did a skank] ft. Trigga
Fis-T – Rhi Rhi
Breach & Midland – 101
Katie Got Bandz – Pop Out ft. King L
Desto – 4am
Kingdom – Fogs
Kink – E79
Quartz – Bloom
Kingdom – Sippin Choral
Samename – Mishima Curse
Desto – Chamber 7
INC. – Heart Crimes
Helix – Drum Track
Rihanna – Love Song ft. Future [Brenmar Remix]
Mele – Metal Gear
Africa Uptown – Keep Up
Dizzee Rascal – I Luv U [Instrumental]
P Jam ft Big Narstie – Gas
Darqwan – Said The Spider VIP
French Fries – Champagne
SBTRKT – Living Like I Do
5 Mob – Panic Stations
French Montana ft. Rick Ross & Drake – Pop That
Digital Mystikz – Anti War Dub
TNGHT – Bugg’n
Terror Danjah ft. Riko – Dark Crawler
Joker – My Trance Girl
Zomby – Ice Lake
Roll Deep – Morgue Freestyle
Mr. B – Boteca Booty Hoppin Out The Porsche
PX$HGXD – Hyper Soda
Jeremih – Rated R
Morri$ – White Hood
Sibian & Faun – I’m Sorry
PX$HGXD – Highly Ruthless
Chrissy Murderbot – Bionic Penguins
DJ Rashad – Kush Ain’t Loud
Desto – Global Stops
DJ Clent – Bounce
Desto – Healing
DJ Spinn – Dey Comin
DJ Manny – Halftime
Zomby – Ice Lake [DJ Rashad, DJ NA & Traxman Remix]
Desto – Ink Pit

Google Street View shows man killed and stuffed down toilet at ad agency


Google Business Photos is an interesting service through which companies can pay to add interior shots of their offices to Google Street View. The temptation to abuse the service by posting goofy or shocking photos would seem to be irresistible to creative agencies—and indeed, many of them have apparently been uploading prank images.

The most curious so far have come from Ideas by Music, which staged a gruesome shower-stall murder for one photo—and then showed the body stuffed unceremoniously into a toilet stall a few doors down. The same agency also staged a Shining tribute by putting a red tricycle in the middle of a hallway, and a mysterious girl standing nearby.


Ideas by Music doesn’t mind if you stumble across these disconcerting images—on the contrary, the agency’s website is the Google Street View of its interior.

(Via The Atlantic.)

60 thoughts about turning 60

Ian Martin at 60

It’s a landmark birthday, the perfect time to take stock of one’s life so far. So what has The Thick Of It writer Ian Martin discovered now he has entered his seventh decade? He told The Guardian.

Pointless product innovation of the week: Huggies Tweetpee


Today in useless marketing-driven product innovations, we have Huggies TweetPee, a little sensor dreamed up by Ogilvy Brazil that affixes to your baby’s nappy, syncs with an app and tweets at you whenever it detects pee (in the form of a higher humidity level). This will work great for people whose parenting consists of the occasional diaper change in between marathon Twitter sessions.

Evidently (it’s somewhat hard to tell from the case-study video) the app also keeps track of the number of nappies you go through, and alerts you when you’re running low. That may be the whole idea here—getting you to blow through nappies quicker by prompting you to change them every time the kid pees a little bit. In that regard, TweetPoo might be more useful than TweetPee—getting the kid out of a pooey nappy faster has its benefits. The problem, of course, is you don’t need a fancy sensor to detect that.

(Via Adverblog)