Archive for February 10, 2010

Win Gil Scott-Heron’s "I’m New Here" new album!

Posted in *Contest, News, Promotions on February 10, 2010 by dk

Gil Scott-Heron is part of those awe-inspiring artists that influenced the birth of so many bands. At the origin of the rap/hip-hop movement, this master of “spoken words” is back with his new album “I’m New Here”, out yesterday (February 9th). Poet, musician and author, Gil Scott-Heron is a key figure of the US black music scene who deserves to be wider recognized here in Europe.

Here’s few word of Gil Scott-Heron about his album :

There is a proper procedure for taking advantage of any investment.

Music, for example. Buying a CD is an investment.

To get the maximum you must


Not in your car or on a portable player through a headset.

Take it home.

Get rid of all distractions, (even him or her).

Turn off your cell phone.

Turn off everything that rings or beeps or rattles or whistles.

Make yourself comfortable.

Play your CD.

LISTEN all the way through.

Think about what you got.

Think about who would appreciate this investment.

Decide if there is someone to share this with.

Turn it on again.

Enjoy Yourself.

Gil Scott-Heron

Listen Album

Win 5 albums of Gil Scott-Heron !

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You can buy the album on :

Itunes US

Itunes FR


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Carl Craig,Francesco Tristano,MVO…live this Friday in London-Interview

Posted in Events, Interview, Promotions, Shows, Video on February 10, 2010 by dk

In association with Resident Advisor, the Red Bull Music Academy curates a special one-off night at the Royal Festival Hall, bringing a host of pioneers from the worlds of experimental electronics and avant-garde music.
Carl Craig, Francesco Tristano, Moritz von Oswald, Matmos, Bugge Wesseltoft, Henrik Schwarz, DJ Sprinkles & Andras Fox.
Electronic music has always advanced like a force of nature – pushing itself to every corner of the earth, and assimilating practically every other genre of music into its electronic template. Since techno’s heady space-age birth in the American midwest to its countless modern-day incarnations, its appetite for progress is still insatiable. The Red Bull Music Academy’s fascination with the genre’s future tangents is a dance that has lasted over a decade now. To further this investigation, the Academy takes over the Royal Festival Hall on February 12, with four collaborative acts who’re currently at the forefront of exploring the grey areas of sci-fi electronics, discoball jazz, neo-classical, laptop soul, and 22nd century techno – each one renowned for flipping the formula and getting creative with their own methodologies. Like the contents of an entire weekend festival condensed into one very special evening of music.

The mighty line up includes: Carl Craig, Francesco Tristano, Moritz von Oswald, Matmos, Bugge Wesseltoft, Henrik Schwarz, and Terre Thaemlitz as DJ Sprinkles. Also playing will be a selection of the Red Bull Music Academy’s participants, handpicked from around the world and re-working today’s sound formulas into distinct new signatures of their own.

Carl Craig
Planet E, Detroit
In years to come, Techno will be pored over and historicised and whatever the fate of the brave new world’s music, a handful of names will have been immortalised through it. Carl Craig’s is one. Craig started out as Derrick May’s chief assistant at Transmat Records in Detroit and London. In 1989 he released his first single “Elements” as Psyche on Transmat and became what can be called the spearhead of the second wave of Detroit Techno. In the 1990s Carl Craig released House, Techno and Electronic Jazz under different monikers including 69, Innerzone Orchestra or Paperclip People. In addition his productions can be heard on labels including KMS, Open, Mo’Wax and Retroactive. Soon after his first steps in the world of Techno he founded his own label Planet E. Today Planet E is one of the most well known and respected labels for electronic music of all genres. Artists on Planet E have been, alongside Carl Craig himself, Moodyman, Common Factor, Alton Miller, Recloose and Herbert. Carl’s recent work with remixes for Beanfield, Theo Parrish. X-Press 2, DFA or Rhythm & Sound reaffirmed his status as an exceptional producer,
Psyche/BFC – Neurotic Behaviour – Transmat
69 – My Machines – Planet E
Paperclip People – Throw – Planet E
Carl Craig – A Wonderful World – Blanco Y Negro
Innerzone Orchestra – Bug In The Bass Bin – Planet E
Maurizio – Domina (Carl Craig’s Mind Mix) – Maurizio
Carl Craig – At Les – SSR Records
Detroit Experiment – Think Twice – Planet E
Theo Parrish – Falling Up (Carl Craig Remix) – Third Ear
Carl Craig & Moritz von Oswald – ReComposed/Movement 5 – Deutsche Grammophon

Interview with Carl Craig at the Red Bull Music Academy

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The Loops of Fury – DJ Mix / SOAP

Posted in Electro, House on February 10, 2010 by dk

SOAP (Original / Peo de Pitte / Hatiras Mixes)
Beatport Exclusive :: 08/Feb-10

Brisbane-based crew, The Loops of Fury, had a stellar 2009. The dynamic duo shot to attention with their huge ‘Flick A Switch’ single which reached the Beatport Top 3 and spent a cool 2 months inside the Top 30 making it one of U&A’s biggest sellers to date.

Since then they have remixed Dirty Super Car (for Plump DJs new ‘Grand Hotel’ label), Mike Hulme, Meat Katie, Dylan Rhymes & Elite Force and delivered not one, but two awesome slices of next-level electro-techno as singles for U&A. The first of these, ‘SOAP’ is out this week on Beatport with a fine, fine pair of remixes from Peo de Pitte and Hatiras (from the legendary Hatrax label).


The Loops Of Fury – SOAP (128k Taster) by U&A Recordings
The Loops Of Fury – SOAP (Peo De Pitte Remix) (128k Taster) by U&A Recordings

1. The Loops Of Fury – Flick A Switch (DJ Dan & Mike Balance Mix)
2. Dylan Rhymes – I Am Sweet (Hyperion Mix)
3. The Loops Of Fury – SOAP
4. The Loops Of Fury – Mesh It Again
5. The Loops Of Fury – SOAP (Peo De Pitte Mix)
6. Hyperion – Gotta Hold It (The Loops Of Fury Mix)
7. Daft Punk – Rollin’ & Scratchin’ (The Loops Of Fury’s “High Roller” Bootleg)


Sick Boy: Hysteria! (Motor Remix). Exclusive download

Posted in Electro, House, Promotions, Techno on February 10, 2010 by dk

****CLICK HERE**** to download Hysteria! (Motor remix)
Hysteria! drops February 20 courtesy of Kinetika Records

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