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Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes…


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Hello Vibrants!

Welcome to “INDIAN E-music”, a monthly and unique radio show for Indian Electronics which started in January 2010. Turn on your Internet radio on  and heat up with the air with Indian Vibes from South Asia. Other dates are following on 1st Nov  2013 (08:00 pm CET / 02:00 pm EST) @ Radio RaSA (Switzerland),  8th Nov (09:00 pm CET / 03:00 […]

San Francisco Bay Guardian (SFBG): CHEB I SABBAH, 1947-2013

11.07.13 – 6:48 pm | Marke B. Algerian-born, Bay-based DJ and musicmaker Cheb i Sabbah was an international star with an incredible past. But he will always be known here as a beautiful soul and teacher who incited a true spiritual devotion in his fans — and, the godfather of the global house movement, as one of the most creative […]

Akai Force: hands-on preview of the post-PC live-in-a-box music tool

The leak was real. Akai have a standalone box that can free you from a laptop, when you want that freedom. It works with your computer and gear, but it also does all the arranging and performance (and some monster sounds and sequencing) on its own. It’s what a lot of folks were waiting for […]

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James Blake: Assume Form review – lovestruck producer turns dark into light | Alexis Petridis’ album of the week

Blake is clearly in a good place, unexpectedly embedded at the centre of pop culture, and his new album adds bright colours to his sound

It feels strange now to recall a time when James Blake’s elevation from underground post-dubstep auteur to hotly-tipped mainstream artist seemed like the result of a clerical error. It was hard not to be impressed by his eponymous 2011 debut album, but it was equally hard not to wonder whether this really was the stuff of which silver medals in the BBC Sound of … poll and spots on the Radio 1 A-list were made. If you listened to its sparse, abstract, deeply uncommercial assemblages of treated vocals, electronics and piano, there was something very odd indeed about his name being mentioned in the same breath as Jessie J.

Related: James Blake speaks out about struggle with depression

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10 Tracks That Define The Tripped-Out Sound Of The Breakbeat House Revival

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The Stylophone goes totally luxe with the GEN R-8

You’ve seen the Stylophone as the mass-produced, toy-like original. And you’ve seen it as a relaunched digital emulation and as an analog instrument. Now get ready for the Stylophone as premium boutique instrument. The Stylophone began its story back in 1967, and became one of the iconic electronic musical inventions of the 20th century – […]

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