New TechnoID: Podcasts Etapp Kyle (Indeks Music, Gynoid Audio, Tecno.UA, RTS.FM) by Gaskotein. Etapp Kyle, the Soviet’s son, was actually born in Germany where he spent seven years of his childhood. After coming back to Ukraine, he started his music education, played several instruments and studied vocals. As it often happened those days, he could end as a member of some provincial choir, but he chose his personal growth. Upon his first visit to a nightclub in 2003 the academic principles washed off his mind; he dreamt of electronic music since that moment.
INVERTED AUDIO review Chaos In The CBD: Midnight In Peckham Chaos In The CBD's 'Midnight In Peckham' EP doesn’t offer much in the way of variation, but if you dig house at its smoothest and most tasteful, there’s plenty of accomplished grooves on offer. news Stream Rob Clouth's mini-album 'Hidden Structures' on Leisure System British musician, visual artist and programmer Rob Clouth makes his return to Leisure System with a new 4-track mini-album named 'Hidden Structures', which you can stream in full over at the imprints Soundcloud channel.
mnml ssgs: mnml ssgs mx16: benjamin brunn and his nord modular this week, a very special edition of the ssg mx series. benjamin brunn has given us a recording of his, which he says is a tribute to the nord modular - the source of those warm, loving sounds that define both his own music and his collaborations with move d. like all our contributors, brunn has a very distinctive sound palette. for me, brunn's music always feels very close and personal, intimate even. a great sense of warmth and comfort radiates throughout it. often when i am down or tired, i put on something he's done and it always makes me feel better. very few artists can have that kind of impact on me, so it's a sign (for me at least) of the depth and value of brunn's productions. the live recording he has kindly shared with us is a perfect example of this. i asked benjamin to write a bit about it: Benjamin Brunn A tribute to the Nord Modular In this live set my Modular is assisted by a Roland TR-626 and Ableton Live with its Operator for some of the bass lines.
12 Tones of London THE AIM OF this project is to describe variations in sounds across London within the limits of having only enough time to record in a few of the city's innumerable streets, parks and other public places. 12 Tones of London uses a statistical analysis to select 12 out of London's 623 council wards (not counting the City of London) in the hope that their sound profiles can be generalised across relatively large swathes of the capital. It makes central to the investigation demographic factors such as class, ethnicity and age. The colourful map above shows what happens when you take 2011 Census data from over 40 topics for all London’s 620-odd council wards, and put them through a statistical sorting technique called cluster analysis. The software used was instructed to arrange the wards into 12 clusters by weighing up combinations of topic data. Some market research companies compile consumer profile databases, like Experian’s Mosaic, which sort households into categories. 1.
TEA: TEA with François X Once upon a time the only name that instantly came to mind when talking about French techno was Dj Deep. And although that may still be the case, there’s now a long list of other names that follow. One of those names is François-Xavier Zoumenou, a Parisian producer commonly known as François X that’s leading an awakened French techno scene. A Dj Deep protégé himself, Francois X runs Dement3d, a party-turned-vinyl imprint set up with friend and progenitor Heartbeat in 2011 to support his fellow French and Parisian artists.