|Fri, 13 Mar 2009  /  Liaf
Scuba joins the dots between funky, dubstep and techno on this new mix for Mixmag.info (click here
for the interview and tracklisting).
Fri, 13 Mar 2009  /  terrencefuller
Click through to enjoy (?) an up close and personal visit with Remute for the video to his new single, "Ouahahaha."
Thu, 12 Mar 2009  /  nickannan
Andy Dobson (AKA Digitonal) drops a gorgeously chilled mix for Clash magazine that features Max Richter, Vangelis and Bola.
Thu, 12 Mar 2009  /  harpomarx42
While away a few minutes pretending to be Daft Punk with this "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" soundboard.
Thu, 12 Mar 2009  /  jesus-loves-acid
James talks to The Burlington Project about his worst ever gig, clearing the dance floor, and the down side to being an international DJ.
Thu, 12 Mar 2009  /  J_WILD
Ever been DJing and received a preposterously bad song request? This site's for you.
This site is dedicated to DJ's posting and sharing the worst song requests they have experienced while djing.
Wed, 11 Mar 2009  /  richardcarnage
Warp are set to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a new compilation, and they need you to help pick the tracks to fill it.
Wed, 11 Mar 2009  /  matterlondon
The ex-Kraftwerk veteran speaks to The Quietus about his special A/V performance at London's matter this Friday.
Karl Bartos - formerly of Kraftwerk - comes to matter this Friday, to unveil his Live Cinema DJ/VJ audio-visual project. A member of the hugely-infuential Dusseldorf group for 16 years, Bartos was a co-writer on their most influential tracks, including 'The Model, 'The Robots' and 'Computer Love'.
Karl Bartos - Live Cinema features on a bill including Davide Squillaci and Martin Eyerer, and headlined by techno heavyweight Dubfire, whose SCI+TEC residency comes to the venue in May. RA users can buy tickets for Friday's event at the special price of £6 - see event page for more details.
Wed, 11 Mar 2009  /  rchinn
Not sure how Joris Voorn layered all those tracks into his Balance mix? Watch an impressive visualisation on his website.
Wed, 11 Mar 2009  /  DJL
The Bunker Podcast provides us with a wonderful Move D set this month, recorded live at House-n-Home in Brooklyn on 17th January, 2009.
Tue, 10 Mar 2009  /  RA
Download a barcode reader, take a picture of the cover art on your phone and you'll be able to stream Grum's electrohouse immediately with an option to buy it. Is this the future of music? Or just a gimmick?
Tue, 10 Mar 2009  /  theithresidual
The sister label of Chicago-based Siteholder Recordings is giving away its first album for absolute nothing. Expect a myriad of experimental electronic sounds, with less focus on the dance floor.
Surely there’s more to music than house and techno, right? The Chicago-based quartet that makes up Siteholder Records certainly thinks so. After launching a trio of successful labels (Siteholder UnCut and UnCut Ltd. making up the second and third), the group debuts its fourth imprint – Facet Recordings – aimed at exploring electronic sounds that go beyond the dance floor.
The Facet catalog kicks off with a compilation, entitled “Shapes and Sizes,” and features faces both new and old to fans of the Siteholder sound. There are no limits, and Facet 001 gives a taste of what can be expected from this latest venture. Longtime Siteholder collaborator Jason Emsley introduces the alias Massif for his ambient exploration “Annapurna.” Larry Hall (also known as Bumpin’ Ugly) presents his latest alter ego, PerSe, for a pair of off-kilter trip hop productions: “Home” and “Slip.”
Billy Dalessandro makes three appearances – one as himself for “High Fructose Corn Syrup,” one with Galuzska (under the Adjective alias) on “Cohiba,” and another with Hall (under the Ditech moniker) entitled “CLU.”
Galuszka makes his debut as Pacific Atlas with a pair melodic downtempo numbers entitled “Modern Surveillence” and “Marbles in the Sky.” Brian Ffar presents us with “Lullaby,” a far cry from his respected tech house beats, but a welcome glimpse into the softer side of his production personality. Portugal’s Ilidio Chaves (better know as Expander) features Tania Carvalho on “Take 1,” a tripped-out space travel through piano madness.
Rounding out this project are a pair of fresh faces – Netherlands-based mad scientist Brandon Invergo (a.k.a. Yeti Quest) and Arizona’s Steve Edwards. Yeti Quest’s “Grue / Yopo Lattice” takes the listener down the darker alleys of experimental electronic music, while Edward’s “Name Game” demonstrates that 4/4 beats are not off limit via this micro-click adventure.
Facet 001 is a breath of fresh air into the Siteholder camp, and kicks off their latest project in an effort to expand the boundaries of electronic music beyond standard nightclub beats. We hope that you enjoy it!
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