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What is VisionBombing?

VisionBombing is a independent online music video show which aims to bring quality rap from the underground to the forefront. The show is a one-hour monthly web series on YouTube and Vimeo. The music videos are mixed lively in a mixtape style by DJ Psykhomantus (A Few Good Men). The show is hosted by beatboxer/rapper Madflow (Mad Prickly). The show also features special guest appearances from numerous Hip Hop artists.


Psykhomantus

Infomania: Psykhomantus bridges the gap and connects the dots between Hip Hop and other progressive music genres as well as showcasing the whole spectrum of Turntablism. Mantus is known for Playing Past (Motown, Soul, Funk), Present (Hip Hop, Soulful House) and Future (Broken Beat, Nu Jazz, Electronica) music in his set. From classic funk and soul joints by Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Prince, Roy Ayers, to the production works of J-Dilla, DJ Spinna, Kaytranada, Robert Glasper to inspired music by Dego (4Hero), Mark de Clive-Lowe, Eska and Gregory Porter.

Founder of the rap music video web series ‘VisionBombing’, DJ, turntablist, UK DMC Champion and former member of the DJ/Turntablist crew A Few Good Men, Psykhomanus has entertained at comedy clubs and spoken word events as well as festivals – DJ Psykhomantus is something of an anomaly when it comes to his mixes in music of multiple fields and takes his listeners on a musical journey. Inspired by DJ Cash Money, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Spinna and DJ Spinbad, his love of music shines through in everything he does on two turntables and a mixer. Psykhomantus has also been working as a musical director since 2003 and live on stage in theatre, including Kwesi Johnson’s 2006 Hip Hop theatre hit show ‘A Hiphopstory’ and Jonzi D’s Open Art Surgery’ and ‘Freesyle Funk Forum’ by Breakin’ Convention. Psykhomantus is passionate about taking turntablism into theatre and his 2013 project, ‘Drunken Juggles: The Eight Drunken Immortals Technique’ was performed at Birmingham’s Hippodrome Theatre. Psykhomantus has also collaborated on stage alongside contemporary luminaries: AKD, Amy True, AtJazz, Bizzi Dixon, B-Boy Mouse, Beane Noodler, Benji B, Boogie Blind, Carol Leeming, Carroll Thompson, Chima Anya, Colonel Red, Courtney Pine, Crazy Legs (Rock Steady Crew), David J, DJ Cash Money, DJ Pogo, Frsherz, Furious Five. Grandmaster Flash, Gee Bag, Gemma Weekes, Heidi Vogel, House Of Absolute, Illa J, Inspectah Deck (Wu-Tang Clan), Jazzre:freshed, Janet Kay, Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze, Jonzi D, Juice Aleem, Junia-T, Jehst, K’naan, K-Lash Nek-Off. Kingpin, Kurtis Blow, Kwake Bass, Lara Lee, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Lord Finesse, Logic, Lyric L, MadFlow, Marcus Joseph, Mark Ski, Maseo (De La Soul), MCM (Caveman), Mr. Thing, Mystro, Marv Radio, Natalie Oliveri, Omar, Otha Soul, Oneness Sankara, Platinum Pied Piper, Ray Estaire, Realitie, Red Rack’em, Rich Blk, K9, K.E.V (Nu Dakade), Shabba Doo (Breakdance), Shan Smile, shortMAN, Slum Village, Son Of Dan, Soul Mavericks, Soweto Kinch, Stick Man, Strange Fruit Project, Tim Westwood, The P Brothers, The Pharcyde, TrueMendous, Tony Minvielle, Tony Nwachukwu (CDR), Ty, Union Blak, VVV, Vaitea, Vels Trio, Victor Romero Evans, Zena Edwards.

 


MadFlow

Infomania: Hailing from Birmingham UK, MadFlow has been a creative force within the West Midlands music community. Having lived in the US and born of Caribbean parents, MadFlow has a variety of influences in his music. He has been credited as a true master of ceremonies able to rock a crowd of few to many. He has hosted and performed with the likes of KRS One, Masta Ace, Big Daddy Kane, Gang Starr's DJ Premier, Jeru The Damaja, DJ Cash Money, Souls Of Mischeif, Ty, Roots Manuva, Blak Twang, Soweto Kinch, Slum Village and many more. Noted for his ability to spontaneously freestyle urban tales and beat box melodious harmonies. His name has been on the lips of underground hip hop fans for years, yet he's never released an album when he was signed to Big Dada but has been featured on numerous raps songs by Juice Aleem, Prickly Pear and including Substance's 2001 album "Lyric Superbrand". In 2012 Madflow release the mixtape "Psykhomantus presents The Abominable Flowman" on Bandcamp and Itunes. MadFlow wants nothing more than to give Hip-Hop the fans what they want, that good ol boom bap Hip-Hop.