Adam Horovitz and Kathleen Hanna are guests on WFMU radio

Adam Horovitz and Kathleen Hanna were guests on WFMU 91.1 FM's "Beastin' The Airwaves! with Keili" show this week. You may listen to a recording of the show HERE.

Horovitz and Hanna opened the show by singing a jingle for the show and chatted with Keili about the MTV VMAs, the Beastie Boys success, youth empowerment, and other things throughout the 3-hour show.

Adam Yauch featured in awareness calendar

Each year the Down Syndrome Association of Central Texas (DSACT) publishes a calendar that shows celebrities and individuals with Down syndrome sharing a passion. The organization's goal is to show that people with Down syndrome have passions, hobbies, and interests like anyone else. For its 2010 calendar, the DSACT recruited Adam Yauch to participate.

The DSACT will unveil the photos that appear in the calendar at a gala event this Saturday, September 19, from 5-9 pm at the Rough Hollow Yacht Club in Lakeway, Texas. The event is free and open to the public.

The calendar costs $12 and is available for pre-order at The organization will begin mailing calendars next week.

The DSACT tells us that, for Yauch's calendar page, he and his friend Lance share their passion of the outdoors.

New music from Money Mark and friends

Beastie Boys fans will have to wait a bit longer to hear Hot Sauce Committee, but there is no wait to hear new music from Money Mark.

Last winter, Mark and his friends Shawn Lee and Tommy Guerrero spent two weeks jamming and recording in Mark's L.A. studio. The results of their sessions can be heard on their self-titled release Lord Newborn & The Magic Skulls.

One song from Lord Newborn & The Magic Skulls, titled "Astro Blue," may be downloaded at (courtesy of the artists' label, Ubiquity Records). Additional songs from the album may be heard at Lord Newborn & The Magic Skulls' Myspace page.

The album, which is out today, is available to purchase at Amazon, iTunes, and other fine music merchants.

New Mix Master Mike album out soon

Mix Master Mike talks about his new album in an interview with the Las Vegas Sun. The album, titled Plasma Rifle, will be available next month, packaged with the DJ headphones that he designed for Skullcandy.

Mix Master Mike describes the new album as "instrumental, break bass, hip-hop, dubstep, scratch music. It's aggressive, it's a sound assault in terms of weaponry--take a bazooka launcher."

In the interview, Mix Master Mike reveals that, in addition to the new album and headphones design, he has a new mix CD, web site, and iPhone application coming out this fall.

In a second interview with the Sun, Mix Master Mike says that he hopes to be touring again with the Beastie Boys as early as December. "It just depends on my man's recovery," he says, referring to Adam Yauch.

Mix Master Mike will be performing at Blush Nightclub in Las Vegas this Sunday (Sept. 6).