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Download Starkey -Stars (Slugabed remix) +NME Radar mix

Posted in Bass, Dj Mix, Dub Step, Electronic, Funky on March 4, 2010 by E.N.


Download: Starkey – ‘Stars (Slugabed remix)

Download Starkey NME Radar mix

Track listing:

01 – Starkey ft. Cerebral Vortex & Buddy Leezle “Club Games” (planet mu)
02 – Starkey “OK Luv” (planet mu)
03 – Starkey “Millennia” (planet mu)
04 – Tayo meets Acid Rockers ft. Pupajim “Vampayaa (Starkey remix)” (cool & deadly)
05 – Swindle “Airmiles” (planet mu)
06 – Grems ft. Foreign Beggars “Brokabilly” (dub)
07 – Mensah “Pulse 80′s” (hench)
08 – Kingdom “DPM / Juke Ya Girl Remix (Extended)” (dub)
09 – Starkey “Capsule” (planet mu)
10 – Numan “Skull Crusher (Bombaman remix)” (slit jockey)
11 – DNAEBEATS ft. NastyNasty “Aqua Bubble Hash” (seclusiasis)
12 – Rudi Zygadlo “Resealable Friendship (Slugabed’s Special Friends Deepest Holes remix)” (planet mu)
13 – EPROM “Humanoid VIP” (dub)
14 – Starkey “Spacecraft” (planet mu)
15 – Kaiser “Lost in an Analogue Dream” (slit jockey)
16 – 8Bitch “G41″ (slit jockey)
17 – Starkey ft. Anneka “Stars” (planet mu)

http://www.nme.com

Speaking in Code DVD Release+free Hearthrob podcast

Posted in Dj Mix, DVD, Movie, Promotions, Techno on March 4, 2010 by E.N.


Speaking in Code is the techno movie that is not about techno. It is about people.
Speaking in Code
Out March 12, 2010
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For nearly a year, a documentary has been filtering though the world, via film festivals, music festivals and one-off viewings. Now, after 5 years of work, Speaking in Code is proud to announce the DVD is ready to order.

“The personal edge really makes it stand out as something different,” said one viewer. “I was very impressed with the unexpected layers,” said another. “Brave rather than exploitative,” “Had an amazing look” and “I loved it, truly!” is just some of the feedback for Speaking in Code.

There have been many documentaries about dance music, either focusing on a broad survey of the music (Modulations, High Tech Soul) or backstage with certain superstars (Sasha and Digweed’s Delta Heavy, Tiësto in Concert), but none like Speaking in Code, which fixes the camera on a special set of characters and follows them for years—experiencing their triumphs, their failures and their near obsession with a music long forced to the fringes of mainstream culture. It is all spectacularly framed by Director/Producer Amy Grill and Cinematographer Scott Sans, who travelled to the world on a shoestring budget to bring the characters to life.

These characters include: Monolake, the inventor of music production program Abelton Live; Modeselektor, a DJ/production duo whose famous fans include Radiohead’s Thom Yorke; The Wighnomy Brothers, who, raised in East Germany, brought a new sound to the music and catapulted to success; Philip Sherburne, an established journalist and producer himself; and David Day, the director’s then-husband, who attempts to change a rock-centric American city. Together they form a near perfect portrait of an underground, global community.

Filming began five years ago, and the squar3.com blog chronicled the journey. Word grew until everyone—from well-known artists to countless of blogs and fans—desperately wanted to see the film. It then screened all over the world, from China to Poland to Holland and at film festivals like Independent Film Festival Boston, CMJ Film Festival and San Francisco’s DocFest.

The $19.95 price includes a wealth of DVD extras. Footage from Modeselektor’s brazen performance at Sonar 2006 is provided uncut, or go on a tour of Kompakt with Michael Mayer or an extended interview with Ellen Allien of BPitch Control. Characters not explored in the film, like Jimmy Johnson of Forced Exposure record distribution, are featured in the extras. In the printed insert, journalist and producer Philip Sherburne contributes an essay.

“Electronic music’s most important documentary?”—Terry Church, Beatport
“Reveals the human side of the thoroughly modern music.”—Ada Hutchinson, Weekly Dig

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Speaking in Code is the techno movie that is not about techno. Five years in the making, it follows a cast of characters compelled to make and support electronic music. In cinema verité style, the 90-minute feature takes the audience into a world few have ever seen.
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Speaking in Code podcast from Baltimoroder, a Boston DJ related to the Hearthrob party (http://www.myspace.com/heartsomilky). He takes a lot of signature tracks from the film and weaves it into music from the in the film.

Download it here:

The tracklisting:
1 “Fragile” – Monolake (Imbalance Computer Music)
2 “Wombat” – The Wighnomy Brothers (Kompakt Extra)
3 “In The Moog For Love” – Steadycam (K2)
4 “For Penny and Alexis” – The Rice Twins (Kompakt Extra)
5 “You Might Say Im Ruminativen (Parfum rework)” – WB (WB Records)
6 “Enjoy The Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)” – Depeche Mode (Reprise Records)
7 “Milk & Honey” – Philip Sherburne (Lan Muzic)
8 “Maps (Michael Mayer & Tobias Thomas Mix)” – Ada (Areal Records)
9 “Regensburg (Gas Mix)” – Markus Guentner (Kompakt)
10 “Kappsta 2″ – The Field (Kompakt)
11 “Vote or Die” – Modeselektor (BPitch Control)
12 “Way Out” – Ellen Allien & Apparat (BPitch Control)
13 “I Love You” – Modeselektor (BPitch Control)
14 “No 7-11′s (Akufen’s Chill Em All Mix) – DJ Champion (Saboteur)

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Lou Rhodes ‘One Good Thing’ mini-doc

Posted in News, Video on March 4, 2010 by E.N.

Lou Rhodes speaks about the songs, song-writing and recording process behind her new album ‘One Good Thing’, released 15th March 2010 on Motion Audio Records.
Pre-orders being taken now at the Ninjashop:

Find out more Lou Rhodes – One Good Thing

About
Lou Rhodes is an English singer and songwriter from Manchester, now living in Wiltshire. In addition to providing vocals and lyrics for the band Lamb, Rhodes has released two solo albums: Beloved One and Bloom. Rhodes has collaborated with 808 State, A Guy Called Gerald, Funkstorung, Pale 3, Sugizo, Plump DJs, Sheila Chandra, Eliza Carthy, AON, and The Cinematic Orchestra on Ma Fleur and the soundtrack to Les Ailes Pourpres.(check for more wiki)


Boys Noize – Transmission (Video)

Posted in Electro, Promotions, Video on March 4, 2010 by E.N.

Brand new video from Boys Noize for “Transmission”off his album POWER out on Last Gang Records.


Boys Noize – Transmission

BOYS NOIZE | MySpace Music Videos
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