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Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated? Sombre, defined by surging rhythmical structures, Terence Fixmer’s music appeals as much to dancing feet, as it does to the searching soul. Respected by his peers and adored by fans of radical over- and underground techno, electro, equally at ease in the club or at a pure techno festival, Terence reached this respected level, without ever succumbing to excessive promotion or subscribing to the mainstream. His sound avoids repetition by developing soundscapes that appeal to the club crowd, whilst still maintaining musical depth and integrity. As a pioneer, he above all preserves an original style, an increasingly experimental, simultaneously ruthless and unrelenting interpretation of modern techno, which is instantly recognizable. Tracklisting
Welcome to the new SoundCloud! You can Search & Explore to find original music & audio you'll love. Play a sound and enjoy Continuous Play while you explore the rest of SoundCloud.
Technology has already changed the way that people learn — just look at how the Internet and computers have improved education. But have you ever wondered what futuristic schools will be like? Everyone Will Use a Tablet PC Image via geeklk.com The most probable situation is for every student in elementary school and high school to have a tablet PC of their own that facilitates reading material, tests, and everything else involved with education.
In light of last week’s FOTE12 event in London, I found this excellent video from Prof Stephen Heppell, talking about the education system in Australia (and a dire warning to the English education system at the same time): YouTube: Professor Stephen Heppell – Importance of Technology to Education “Schools are these extraordinary intellectual powerhouses that are at the heart of our future – connecting them up is essential if we’re going to bring the collective ingenuity of those minds together. But it’s that ability to crowdsource so many smart people, so many keen children, so many extraordinary communities and families, so many professional teachers.
Published Sunday, September 30, 2012 By Raluca . Under Gadgets You no longer need to be tied to an electrical outlet! This high quality solar charge backpack bag is constructed of 1680 D polyester material which is a strong, durable material that will help keep the contents dry and provide flexibility when you need it. This is the same material used in many brand name premium luggage products that are currently on the market.
From his earliest demos to his current position as a key figure in the global techno scene, Perc (aka Ali Wells) has taken the established forms of the music he loves and twisted them into something new and fresh. Building up successful relationships with scene-leading labels such as Drumcode, Ovum, Kompakt and CLR whilst unleashing a strong run of releases on his own Perc Trax label has seen Perc’s influence and support grow even further.
We've been meaning to post this one for a while and today seemed like just the right occasion. The Dystopia Podcast is now into it's 3rd episode and they welcome their next headliners, The Black Dog , to display their considerable talents. The podcast is a continuation of their Dark Wave collection of mixes and can be streamed or downloaded from the soundcloud player below Dystopia Podcast 003 - The Black Dog (Dark Wave Volume Nine) by dystopiaonline
14 August 2012 Last updated at 19:24 ET By Zoe Kleinman Technology reporter, BBC News Webinos-powered application Zap and Shake can share pictures or videos from a phone to a TV More than 5,400 developers have downloaded a new open-source operating system designed to enable digital devices to communicate with each other. They are now looking at ways in which Webinos could be used to connect a range of devices such as mobile phones, car stereos, heart monitors and TVs. Webinos is a 15m euro ($18.4m; £11.8m) project supported by more than 30 organisations, including the EU.
Inspired and energized, Joseph made the leap into production; slaving away on a home PC and hi-fi speakers, honing his skills for three years and eventually creating his first important records like C’est La Vie and Microbiotik which found their way on two of the most influential Neapolitan techno labels; Analytic Trail and Globox Records. From this moment on Joseph was made. What followed was an explosion in Joseph’s profile at home and abroad. Following his first high profile gig at Naples’s infamous 5000 capacity Golden Gate venue in October 2007, the young Neapolitan has not looked back; spreading his wings and travelling all over the globe.
He was born in 1983 in Milan. He has been fond of techno music since 1997 and in 1999 he started to go to rave parties,discovering the magic of live sessions, played by sequencers. He immediately bought a drum machine and started to create his first patterns, taking inspiration from French acid techno,house, Detroit, electro and minimal.
September 8th, 2011 | Published in Kana Broadcast | 3 Comments Download me - right click "save target as" You’d be hard pressed finding someone in the electronica fraternity that hasn’t been immersed and/or inspired by Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle’s works over the past 20 plus years. The duo, Slam, having established a lasting impact on Glasgow’s underground scene all those years ago, have never ceased to amalgamate experimentation and develop fresh waves. Their label Soma Records is quite easily regarded as one of the most respected catalogues of electronic music, alongside their own personal achievements. Given the world is in the process of celebrating 20 years of Soma Records, we thought there’d be nothing more apt than to host this weeks special guest.
I don’t know how I became the one that always writes about weird art on Bit Rebels. I guess it’s true, the mosquitoes that crashed into the billboards to make beautiful bloody art was a little strange. Oh, and the embroidered bread , yeah, that was a little weird. You have to admit though; the artwork created from microscopic drops of alcohol and the colorful crayons carved into totem poles were cool though. Here is yet another piece of artwork that is weird, yes, but ooohhh soo cool! This picture of Mona Lisa was just taken today in a shopping mall in Hong Kong.