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Ex-Strangler Hugh Cornwell Defends Downloading, New MP3 + US Tour!

Posted in Events, Interview, Pop, Promotions, Rock with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 29, 2010 by E.N.

Hugh Cornwell Gives Thumbs-Up

To Free Downloading

and Offers Latest Release, Hooverdam, On Website

Please Don’t Put Me On A Slow Boat To Trowbridge
MP3 Download Available Now!

In a recent BBC News interview, former Stranglers frontman Hugh Cornwell endorsed free music downloading, coming just as the British government plans to crack down on illegal downloaders. Hugh, currently touring the United States, argues that a new generation is exposed to his music through the Internet and they, in turn, spend more money on his live performances.

“There’s a whole generation of people who have never heard of me or the band I used to be in, The Stranglers. The question is, how do I reach them?” Huh asks in the video. “As far as I’m concerned, the free downloading of music is something we should embrace and not fear… People introduced to my music free online are more likely to buy my records and come to my live shows.”

Hugh is pioneering free downloads as his latest album, Hooverdam, is available for free download at his website, Hughcornwell.com which is available for viewing in twelve languages.
He has also released the MP3 for single “Please Don’t Put Me On A Slow Boat To Trowbridge” from the new record which you can download here.

Hugh Cornwell is continues to tour the U.S. in support of Hooverdam. The tour kicked off March 24 in Tuscon, Arizona and continues throughout the country until wrapping up April 10 in Chicago.

Hugh Cornwell Spring 2010 Tour Dates:
03/24: Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
03/25: Peoria, AZ @ The Platinum Room at SKYE
03/27: Long Beach, CA @ Alex’s Bar
03/28: San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
03/30: Los Angeles, CA @ Spaceland
03/31: San Francisco, CA @ Red Devil Lounge
04/02: Vancouver, BC @ Media Club
04/03: Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
04/04: Seattle, WA @ The Tractor Tavern
04/06: Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room
04/07: Denver, CO @ Soiled Dove Underground
04/08: Lincoln, NE @ Knickerbockers
04/09: St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
04/10: Chicago, IL @ The Abbey Pub

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Red Bull Music Academy Closing Bash w The XX+new Interviews incl. Moodymann

Posted in Events, Interview, Video on March 9, 2010 by E.N.

Just announced academy Closing Bash. Headlining 2 Many Djs, Friendly Fires and The XX (dj set) with the students getting a night and a room to bring their own styles to the table. The XX are not included(flyers),confirmed about 20 minutes ago!

Check NEW Video:

Moodymann talks about his MPCs and why he does what he does. Watch the full video HERE

Moodymann talks about Detroit, and how radio affected the whole city. Watch the full video HERE

Chief Ed Banger Busy P talks about negotiating Daft Punk samples without lawyers. See more HERE

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A guy called Gerald-Interview- 808 state are reforming?

Posted in Interview on February 23, 2010 by E.N.

Loads of stuff flying around on the internet from magazine sites claiming 808 state are reforming we have the full scoop we interviewed A guy called Gerald. Partly true but you have the full info here.

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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 E.N.


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,
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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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Derrick May Red Bull Music Academy

Posted in Interview, Shows, Techno, Video on February 3, 2010 by E.N.


This is a short edit of Derrick May’s interview/ Lecture at Red Bull Music Academy.

To be a living legend is not an easy game to play. Derrick May plays that quite well though for 20 years plus. As one third of the infamous Belleville Three (Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson being the other parties) he created a beast named techno that longed for a beauty called soul. Strings Of Life being the quintessential track of that genre, May is responsible for an armada of similar tunes that all mix and mingle with industrial melancholy and romantic futurism. Unparalleled and universally valid… It Is What It Is.

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The L-Vis 1990 and Bok Bok – XLR8R TV

Posted in Dub Step, Interview, Shows, Video on January 13, 2010 by E.N.

“Where’s that spit bucket?”

British house producers James Connolly and Alex Sushon (a.k.a. L-Vis 1990 and Bok Bok) may be experts in what’s going on in the ever-shifting world of London club music, but can they tell PG Tips from Lipton tea? Here, as they talk about their influential London party (and now record label), Night Slugs, we force-feed them American and British chocolates, ciders, and baked beans to see how culturally refined their palates truly are.

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Claude VonStroke is a Dirtybird- XLR8R TV

Posted in Interview, Video on January 6, 2010 by E.N.

Producer and label founder Barclay Crenshaw (a.k.a. Claude VonStroke) takes a ride though Dirtybird history.

San Francisco house and techno label Dirtybird is a tightknit crew known for striking the bumpin’ balance between goofy and grimy. Here, we get the key players—Claude VonStroke, Worthy, Justin Martin, and Christian Martin—talking about the history of the label, their infamous Golden Gate Park parties, and how the Dirtybird sound evolved. As an extra bonus, we get a highly subjective tour of San Francisco in a sweet rented convertible. Everyone wins!

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Exclusive video interview with ROBERT HOOD

Posted in Interview, Video on December 30, 2009 by E.N.

Straight from Détroit, Robert Hood en face à face…thanks 2 Jekyllethyde TV

Rencontre avec Robert Hood, le preacher du rythme from TV.Jekyllethyde.fr on Vimeo.

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Joy Orbison-Hyph Mngo+BSRkR01+…

Posted in *Favorites, Dj Mix, Dub Step, Dubstep Atmospheric, Funky, Grime, Interview, Reviews on September 12, 2009 by E.N.


Joy again at emn,first at summer selection,now very hype,everybody is talkin about-Another stunning Hotflush release!ANTHEM 2009
Here it is all about Joy Orbison

Fact Magazine
Joy Orbison still hasn’t released his debut single, but already there’s more hype about him than there are 90% – if not more – of people making dance music in the UK right now. That’s mostly due to the strength of said forthcoming debut single, ‘Hyph Mngo’.
Leading dubstep commentator Martin Clark refers to it as an anthem in the making, Energy Flash author Simon Reynolds calls it a ‘talisman’ (albeit not in a particularly positive way), and it’s garnered massively positive reviews from FACT, Pitchfork and Resident Advisor. On Monday, ‘Hyph Mngo’ will finally be released on dubstep veteran Scuba’s Hot Flush label – but who is Joy Orbison?

Well, as FACT found out when we spoke to Joy this week, he’s actually 22 year old Peter O’Grady, the well-mannered nephew of drum ‘n’ bass legend Ray Keith; he grew up in South London listening to garage icons Todd Edwards, Groove Chronicles and Zed Bias, he’s got future singles coming out on Aus Music and his own fledgling label, and he’s a big fan of emotion in music.
Check Fact Interview: Joy Orbison here

Pitchfork Best new Music,rated 9!
Dance music trends tend to move in such quick arcs that we rarely think of the involved artists as “craftsmen”; there is merely time to define a genre and then advance it. It’s a little bit surprising, then, that the most trenchant, relevant thing to say about Joy Orbison’s* “Hyph Mngo” (first mentioned here by Martin Clark) is that it’s a spectacularly well-crafted dubstep song in the same manner that, say, Spoon writes well crafted rock songs: shaping familiar, predictable ingredients into a unique, easily identifiable whole.

The product of 22-year-old South Londoner Peter O’Grady, “Hyph Mngo” finally sees release after months of streams and samples (that its lock-job successfully kept it out of the hands of chatty internet dance geeks for so long is itself a marvel). High-strung and tense, “Hyph Mngo” relies heavily on a distorted, two-chord organ progression that trails the beat by a half-step. The hook is supplied– and supplied and supplied and supplied– by a popping, looped soul vocal, a woman feverishly repeating, mushmouthed, “I do,” her near-indecipherable syllables justifying the track’s oddball title. O’Grady lets the track build naturally, foregoing any discernible crescendo for sturdy, quick repetitions spiced with increasingly space-y synth noise. The track is self-contained, simple, and weirdly uplifting. If you ever thought claustrophobia could feel triumphant, “Hyph Mngo” is your floor-filling jam.

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JOY ORBISON – Hyph Mngo
Hot Flush
12″
DUBSTEP / GRIME / FUNKY
Released: Sep 2009
Catalogue Number: HFT009
Where to start with this incredible record? Justifiably, more has been written about this 12″ than practically any other bit of vinyl in the dubstep/post-garage arena this year, with writers at Pitchfork, Resident Advisor, Fact Magazine and any other publication of note queuing up to drape compliments over it’s shiny chassis. We’re not going to hold back on the hyperbolics either, heck no! This IS one of the finest records you’ll hear this year, reflecting the mood of the times with an exothermic blend of Funky functions, Dubstep futurism and studied house classicism that touches on everyone from Carl Craig to Todd Edwards, to Martyn and Shed while weaving through the crowd to the front left, just by the speakers to hold it’s arms up high and swing like it’s loving it. ‘Hyph Mngo’ is just pure, transcendental rave feeling concentrated into 5 minutes of bliss, from the teasing intro crafted to feel like you’re walking into a swinging mass of beaming dancers, to the agile 2-step flex and supple subbass push, this record has nailed the feeling directly onto the ‘floor. ‘Wet Look’ on the flip may not be as well known, but slides out a slippery groove of immense proportions. Orbison splices elevated Detroit sophistication with European technical execution and the requirements of UK dancefloors to result in a stunning riddim that makes us want friday nights to come so much sooner. Suffice to say, we’re addicted to this record and predict great things from this young producer who already has records lined up for his own Doldrums imprint, and possibly Night Slugs so really, watch this space. Essential purchase and, needless to say, hugely recommended!(Boomkat)

Artist: ORBISON, Joy
Title: Hyph Mngo
Label: Hotflush Recordings
Cat: HFT 009
Format: 12″
Released: 14 September, 2009
Genre: Dubstep/Grime

Tracklist
1. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo
2. Joy Orbison – Wet Look

Or Listen Buy at Juno herepreorder asap,already @ nr.1 bestsellers charts!

Joy Orbison – BSRkR01 mix
Thriller – Genie
Floating Points – Love Me Like This
C.O.M.B.I. – It A Late
Eddie C – Make It Better
The Revenge – Night Flight
B.W.H. – Stop
James Pants – We’re Through
Alicia Meyers – I Want To Thank You
Fudge Fingas – DinsDins4Dada
Bumblebee Unlimited – Lovebug (DK Edit)
Arthur Russell – Hop On Down
Nite Jewel – Weak For Me
The Samps – Traincummings…..
C.B. Funk – Subway To Cologne
Kate Bush – Cloudbusting


Joy Orbison – DLDRMS001(right click save as)

1. Pearson Sound – Indelible // Aus
2. Karizma – Drumz Nightmare // R2
3. Nu-Birth – Anytime // Locked On
4. Tonya Renee – About You (Karizma Boucha Remix) // Home Recordings
5. Altered Natives – Rass Out // Fresh Minute Music
6. Joy Orbison – Smother // DOLDRUMS
7. Efdemin – Acid Bells (Martyn Remix) // Curle
8. Shed – Selection One // Soloaction
9. Ultramarine – Hooter (Carl Craig Remix/JORb EdiT) // Real Soon
10. Joy Orbison – Tentative Bidding // DOLDRUMS
11. Martyn – Hear Me // 3024
12. Joy Orbison – J. Doe // DOLDRUMS
13. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo // Hotflush

Source-pitchfork,fact,boomkat,discobelle,nopaininpop
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Kode9 on XLR8R TV

Posted in Dub Step, Interview, Promotions, Shows on July 22, 2009 by E.N.

The London-based label owner, producer, and sonic theory professor thinks things get interesting when things get muddy.

Steve Goodman (a.k.a. Kode9) talks city cross-pollination, U.K. Funky, five years of Hyperdub, and bureaucratic nightmares. He also lets you know what he’ll do with your dubstep demo.

Episode No. 119

Failed by Kode9

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