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Simple Online Collaboration: Online File Storage, FTP Replacement, Team Workspaces. 4 SoundCloud Alternatives For Hosting DJ Mixes. Nowadays there’s a plethora of choice when it comes to hosting your DJ mixes online.

4 SoundCloud Alternatives For Hosting DJ Mixes

Which service should you use? (No prizes for guessing we don’t think it’s SoundCloud…) So you’ve made a great new DJ mix and you want to get it online and out to the world. SoundCloud has been the number one choice for DJs, but the service is currently rejecting mixes upon uploading if they have material in them from copyright holders who have requested they do this, and it is also removing existing DJ mixes without warning.Because of these reasons, many DJs are abandoning the service. So where are they going? We’ve talked to DJs all over the world and compiled five services that could offer a viable alternative to SoundCloud. Update: there were originally five sites here. 1. Clean, simple and stylish, Mixcloud is a worthy alternative to SoundCloud… unless you want people to be able to download your mixes, that is. They say: Mixcloud is re-thinking radio. Essential info: 2. 3. 4. Conclusion The rest…

Decompression Music Magazine by Ryan Swainson. Tired of reading about underground music on blogs & facebook only?

Decompression Music Magazine by Ryan Swainson

Decompression Magazine is a brand new physical underground alternative music magazine focusing on everything from Punk, Metal and Grindcore to Dance, Electronic & Crossover. Currently, we feel that there is no decent physical magazine written in English that represents underground music & sub-cultures. At this point, we are heavily reliant upon donation and relevant advertising to generate the money needed to produce the magazine. For Issue #1 we are looking to create: A 52-page full colour, A4 magazine, supplied with a FREE CD & Sticker Bundle to be released in April 2013. We are printing 250 copies for the first issue, with a hope to release in higher quantities and bi-annually after that. We already have a whole bunch of awesome articles, reviews & interviews from known underground music legends, as-well as up and coming exiting new artists, bands & labels.

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Last MP3 uploads. Mp3 artists: 209814 (+39) mp3 releases: 616087 (+238) mp3 tracks: 4145970 (+1765) total mass: 38 976 Gb (+217 Gb) 2010/10/19Skyshare Manager 2: brand new version!

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Hi fellow members! We've been testing the new platform for the last several months in the background and... we're ready to shout out the brand new version of Skyshare Manager! v2.0.0 - that is. Software is built on a completely new core engine and has superior performance, appearance and stability, comparing to any older version ever! Please note that upgrade to v2.0.0 is imperative: any older versions will not be supported from 15 November, 2010. Dance music vinyl and CDs from the world s largest dance music store. ShoCkRaVeR's iNfoPaRtY ZoNe. RaVe iS n0t a cRiMe - ReSpEkt tHe UnDeRgRoUnD tEkN0 MoVeMeNt aNd SuPp0rt fReE PaRtIeS NoRth PogRaDeC (AL) * aLbAnIatEk * --- tEkNiVaL iN aLbAnIa oN tHe BeAcH --- gPs: 41.051169, 20.642726 RoMa (I) * ReNeGaDe RetuRnS * --- @ pLaNet RoMa --- toRiNo (I) * Let It BeAt * --- @ RaNcH ---

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Afro/Cosmic music. In music, the terms Afro, cosmic disco,[1][2] the cosmic sound,[3] free style,[4] and combinations thereof (cosmic Afro,[5] Afro/cosmic[6] Afro-Freestyle,[7] etc., as well as Afro-Funky[8]) are used somewhat interchangeably to describe various forms of synthesizer-heavy and/or African-influenced dance music and methods of DJing that were originally developed and promoted by a small number of DJs in certain discothèques of Northern Italy from the late 1970s through the mid-1980s.

Afro/Cosmic music

The terms slow-motion disco[9] and Elettronica Meccanica[10] are also associated with the genre. Italian DJs Beppe Loda and Daniele Baldelli both independently claim to have invented the genre and mixing style. Descriptions[edit] The sound is psychedelic, churning, hypnotic — not at all frenetic or purely electronic. Metallic klangs glide over a slowed-down afro-percussion track. Etymology[edit] Founding clubs and DJs[edit] Discothèques to which Afro/Cosmic's early development is attributed include the following: BacauHouseMafia.Ro. Beatport. - Techno Bass Multi-Universal Network. Ravetalk. Mixes and Mashups #1's favorites. Spotiseek - Helps you find new Spotify music.

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