John Sinclair – Sitarrtha
 Jair-Rohm Parker Wells – True Words
 Garaj Mahal Feat. Zakir Hussain – Semos (Live)
 Garaj Mahal faet. Reggie Watts – No Spect’ (CLIP Live 2005)
 Sandhya Sanjana – Shiva
 Fibonacci Project – Snare Circle Movement 1
 Fibonacci Project – Snare Circle Movement 2
 Fibonacci Project – Ganga Puja
 John Sinclair / Kai Eckhardt / Steve Fly – Straight No Chaser (Unreleased)
The band formed in Amsterdam 2007 and played at local venues and festivals, including The Nieuwe Anita, Cafe’ Batavia, The Buurvrouw, Magneet Festival, Queens Day, Pacific Parc West, The Pick Up Club, CCC, The Oki, Cafe Zen, Eddie The Eagle Museum, Blijburg.
Vicente Pino has played guitar since a young age coming up in Venezuela playing everything from thrash to Django Reinhardt. Since moving to settle in the Netherlands, Pino has played in dozens of bands, performing many hundreds of shows. As the co-founder of the beloved band ‘Supercity’, he has helped write and produce 2 albums, and remains the central axis of energy for the band. Another project, ‘Pino and the Bluebirds’ is well worth tracking down, and playing at high volume.
Steve Fly Pratt is a drummer and DJ, who met up with Vicente after moving to Amsterdam in 2007, thanks to a mutual friend. Fly wrote the lyrics to all the songs on this album, while the music was teased out between both of them, together with the priceless feedback from Tim Egmond at the controls.
Vicente and Steve Fly have worked together with their friend and poet John Sinclair, and initiated into the prestigious open ended ‘Blues Scholars’ an international collective of musicians who play together with John. The Amsterdam Blues Scholars recorded an album together in 2010. And they both joined with New Orleans pianist and composer Tom Worrel, and virtuoso bassist and composer Leslie Lopez to record ‘Let’s Go Get Em’ in 2011. In 2011 and 2012 The Blues Scholars performed as a part of the 24th and 25th High Times Cannabis Cup celebrations. All of which can be found on youtube.
Occupy is the first studio album by Steve Fly and Vicente Pino a.k.a Dr Marshmallow Cubicle. In 2009 DMC joined with vocalist Miss Marshmallow for live shows, and this Occupy album. She can be heard singing on Stop The Cuts, Bluezero and Thoughts.
The DMC duo follow an improvisational framework, always inventing and moving the music in perpetually new directions. Polyrhythmic drums kick out a scatter shot across the layers of analogue feedback, loops and roughneck guitar playing. A species of experimental breakbeat punk, DMC explore many tempos and harmonic environments on the fly.
Occupy captures the various influences in the band, noticeably drum and bass, funk metal, blues and jazz. Plus the name of the album captures the brief period in 2011 when for just a moment, seemingly, global citizens united under a movement to stand up the the big bully banks, major corporations and corrupt government. “Occupy your mind” encourages you to owning your own thoughts.
Special thanks: Vicente Pino, Tim Egmond, Mark Sampson, Miss Marshmallow, John Sinclair, Creature, Kasper, Chu, Saskia Smitt, Ivo Sprey, Leah Blits, Prop Anon, William Sutton, Daniel Bruggman, Dan Dewitte, Janne Svensson, Pim, Oscar Jan, Simon Reeves at Framework Studios.
released November 9, 2017
All songs written and composed by Dr Marshmallow Cubicle (Pino and Pratt) lyrics by Steve Fly. All music recorded by Kasper at Kasper Studios 2010. Additional vocals, scratches and overdubs recorded and mixed by Tim Egmond at Ei-Complex studios, 2011/2012. Mastered by Simon Reeves at Framework Studios, Birmingham, March, 2016.
Vicente Pino – Guitars, Bass and Vocals
Steve Fly Pratt – Drums, Scratches
Miss Marshmallow – Vocals
Creature of Rebelmatic – Vocals (Let’s Go Get Em’)
Mark Sampson – Executive Producer
All Rights Reversed – Iron Man Records 2016.
 Jair-Rohm Parker Wells – John 4th Part 2
 John Sinclair And Steve Fly – A New Order Of Being
 New Flesh For Old – Amrs House (Fly Remix 2007)
 Dr Marshmallow Cubicle Feat. Creature Of Rebelmatic – Let’s Go Get Em’
 Creature Of Rebelmatic – Untitled (Unreleased)
 Juice Aleem feat. Ebu Blackitude & H. Prizm – Moor Master’s
 T4QS feat. Lord Beefington – Turn Your Shit Down (Aries Refix)
 T4QS Feat. Daddy Freddy – Untitled (Unreleased)
 Daddy Freddy – Why Did You Do That
 Sun Ru Carter – Goddess So Fly
 John Sinclair And His International Blues Scholars – Let’s Go Get Em’
 DigiDogz Feat. Original Syna – Big Bud
 Aries And Kelvin 373 Feat. MC Navigator – Dubplate Massive V.I.P
 SAULT – Wildfires
HIGH PRIEST ELLIS FROM JAMAICA & RAS TARIQ FROM AMSTERDAM COLLABORATE ON A NEW SINGLE “CALL UPON JAH NAME”
The late Jamaican Reggae musician High Priest Ellis and Amsterdam Hip Hop artist Ras Tariq release a great musical collaboration entitled “Call upon Jah name”. The new record is a crossover combination of Ellis’ uplifting singing and Tariq’s conscious lyrics. Fusing musical elements of Reggae and Hip Hop, Call upon Jah name features lyrical themes concerning spirituality, culture and unity. The riddim is produced by Sinima Beats.
High Priest Ellis, born Pixley Ennis, died in a killer crash in the Westmoreland district in Jamaica at the end of last year. He started singing in the 80’s and throughout his life he linked-up with a lot of Rastafari brethrens and musicians like Sizzla, Capleton, Junior Reid and many more. He got a call from Rastafari in 1991 and went to Bobo camp in 9miles – Bullbay St. Andrew, Jamaica, where he served as Priest. But his mission never ended; so he continued on his musical journey to uplift the nations.
During 2014 together with Fyah Mama Productions he met with Ras Tariq in Amsterdam where they collaborated on the new song… more
High Priest Ellis & Ras Tariq
And by special request from Ras Tariq:
BuzzRock – Ah Picture Released 1st July 2020.