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Born on September 14, 1969, James Stinson grew up on Detroit's east side and graduated from Kettering in 1989. He died September 3, 2002 of heart complications in Newnan, Georgia, where he had moved earlier that year for health reasons. A memorial service was held at the James H.
Words: Tony Marcus First published in FACT:26 (June/July 2008) It’s a heavy, theoretical space to think about the relationship between music and silence, sound and thought and feeling. And there’s a conceptual glamour about music so quiet that it might fade into but also enhance background noise.
Listening to Breaking the Frame is not unlike going to an exhibit at which each of the displayed works occupies an entire wall.
How abstract can you make techno and still call it techno?
Dream-House, Dub-House Michael Miller bringt eine ordentliche Portion Rave-Appeal zu Mixotic.
Après avoir passé la semaine à taper sur tout le monde, et avant que je ne devienne moi aussi une cible à force de donner des leçons à droite et à gauche, passons un samedi nostalgique ensemble.
Prévu pour le 13 juillet en téléchargement gratuit, Wugazi - projet initié par le collectif Doomtree qui fait se confronter la discographie de Fugazi et du Wu Tang Clan - laisse échapper un nouvel extrait de “13 Chambers”. En effet, après “ SCREAM ” la semaine dernière, “Sweet Release” convoque “Sweet & Low” du groupe de Washington DC, ainsi que “Release Your Delf” de Method Man et son sample de Gloria Gaynor dont on se serait bien passé ici.
New music mixes by artists, staff and friends of Dummy
Narrowing labels down to the best of the best for any time period is always a tricky thing, as there are always so many great outlets that some are bound to get left out. Some exist in so much of a niche that it’s awkward calling them “the best” (this is always the case in writing about music though – this isn’t a race), while others keep their fans tantalized with exceedingly sparse release schedules. Mathematics, Future Times, Hivern Discs, Aus Music, Time to Express, L.I.E.S., Hessle Audio, Absurd, Crème, Hotflush, Lunar Disko, Swamp81, FXHE, Acido, and Sex Tags Mania (among others) are having a great year and deserve honorable mention. The following list is split between some of the most successfully prolific labels in dance music and some of the more interesting smaller upstarts, in no particular order. Live At Robert Johnson
If house music's always been the musical springboard for Dial, then the label's subsidiary, Laid, is their attempt to launch into the deeper machine-soul ends of the spectrum. Established with the vinylphiles in mind, Laid's until this point been wax only, releasing a series of quickly snatched up singles from artists like Rick Wade, John Roberts, Lowtec and Kassem Mosse. So it's no surprise that the news that the label would collect those recent artefacts onto a CD compilation struck the stringent (and often needlessly stiff) vinyl-only brigade as a back-turning maneuver, one that undermined the rarity of their hard-sought 12-inches.
Pretty much the only way for dub techno to sound interesting—or at least interest people—these days is to be so experimental that it barely even qualifies as "dub techno" anymore. Quite a quandary. Canadian producer Deadbeat, now based in Berlin, has always embraced this anything-goes spirit, filling last album Roots & Wire with cross-genre flirtations and presenting a stunning and canon-challenging vision of dub techno history with his Radio Rothko mix CD.
This is an archived mix from '2007.
from coast to coast, everything changes. a journey where the destination does not matter after all. a sound, and we're off to a mysterious journey. are we going somewhere? we follow the wind. it guides us like the stars. and off a surprise, we have discovered a new island. we stay there awhile. nature is lush and unknown. strange creatures appear. in the back, the distant sound of waves. and we are already different. sinner dc - process part 240 (from coast to coast) by modyfier