Tag Archives: Buscrates

BusCrates & G-Nof – We Don’t Give A F…


New music from BusCrates and G-Nof on the boogie funk instrumental “We Don’t Give A F…


Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble – K-Jee (Buscrates Philly Love Mix)


Buscrates delivers some beaming synth funk energy via his newly dropped cover single “K-Jee” (HERE). 

[su_highlight background=”#fff799″][This is] my take on the classic Nite-Liters tune (later covered by philly’s own MFSB, which is the source of inspiration on this version[/su_highlight]).



LIVE45’s | Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble- Electric Butter

.Beats/Instrumental Hip-Hop 

Future-funk maestro Buscrates composes a swirling bit of cosmic funk for the late great Malik “Phife Di-Dawg” Taylor on the new instrumental cut  “Electric Butter”

BLEND | Modern Class Radio- Modern Class Radio: Buscrates Guest Mix

 Boogie-Funk/ Modern-Funk 

Courtesy of Modern Class/Mixcloud:

“Ahead of the MOdERN CLASS presents the official “DC Record Fair After Party” at Marvin (2007 14th St. NW) w/ guest DJ Buscrates (East Liberty Quarters, Omega Supreme Records) we got him to hook us up with an exclusive mix for MOdERN CLASS Radio. Banger after boogie banger.”

INTERVIEW | Southern Vangard Radio- Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble (Interview Sessions)



BANG! Southern Vangard Radio presents the Buscrates interview session! This beatsmith, DJ, digger and overall renaissance man stopped by for an in-studio interview this week and also dropped a live mix for Episode 039 as well! We get into Boogie Bus’ early days of coming up in Pittsburgh, having a very musical household and the origin of his nom de plume. As we dig in a bit more, we hear about Bus’ local hip-hop influences from a DJ and production standpoint, and how he did some early tracks with Mac Miller.

BLEND | Southern Vangard Radio- Episode 39



BANG! Southern Vangard Radio Episode 39! Well this weeks mix show was certainly a treat – we had fellow ATLien (by way of Pittsburgh) Buscrates, stop through for an interview as well as our VERY FIRST in-studio DJ guest! After setting the football field on fire at the Steelers/Ram game on Sunday, Boogie Bus hopped on his private jet and flew back to Atlanta in time for a nice chat and to lay down a burner of a 30-minute mix at the end of the show, while DJ Jon Doe kicked things off in regular fashion with the latest hip-hop joints.