I'd bet The Return Of The DJ is the longest running dj/scratch compilation out there. Volume 6 is coming your way towards the end of the year. Here is the upcoming track listing:
01. Business As Usual - Dr. Jones
02. Transmittin' - DJ JS-1
03. The Dude - Patch Lunch
04. Cheese Cuttin' - DJ Itchy Ron
05. HOTSIVO - 3FX Crew
06. Half Cut - Blendoffendaz
07. Hypnosis - DJ Wicked
08. Damn, The Beat - DJ T-Rock
09. The Ultimate - DJ Agent 86
10. Knuckelhead DJ's - DJ Irie
Be sure to swing by BombHipHop.com and see what else they've got cooking.
Here is an interview with the one, the only Dj Wicked. This interview is from NWWeekly.com. I've been a fan of Dj Wicked for some time now, his track Hypnosis was featured on the DayMakers Mix #1. The track was taken from a 12" him and Dj Void split. I highly recommend picking this up.(see the links at the bottom) Here is the interview:
my, my this DJ Wicked is rather confrontational. And violence-prone.
Self-reliant teetotaler Kirk Kirkpatrick moves past the posturing and
fills us in on all things Wicked. The full-time DJ has a packed
calendar with several dates outside of Portland on the horizon. We find
out why that’s important to him as well as how important a skill he
finds scratching in relation to mixing and what it will take to get
this hip-hop head to play some Britney Spears.
How did you decide on your DJ name?
If you’ve done your homework and you know your Portland HipHop history,
then you should certainly recognize the name “Wicked” as it was
spray-painted all across the city throughout the 90’s. That was my tag
(my graffiti moniker) long before I even got into DJing. Though I took
a Felony conviction for it in the late 90’s and was forced to pursue a
more legal/legitimate lifestyle, I hung onto the “Wicked” alias and ran
with it as my DJ nickname. Why “Wicked?” Because I’m the REAL evil one.
As the Rapture say, “People don’t dance no more, they just stand there like this” - how often do you encounter this?
Hot damn, i finally got it together, it's the tablist.net podcast. The 'DayMakers Mix', it features tablist, dj's, producers and whatever else you want to call them. Basically its people that are making good music with records. It's not all 'scratch' music but it is all good music. There is a full play list & links below. If you like the music you should support the people making it.
61:31 minutes (56.32 MB)