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


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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 […]

Lisbon Beat review – energetic musical odyssey to the city’s edge

This brief but engaging documentary celebrates Lisbon’s vibrant African-Portuguese music scene

There is a short, sharp blast of energy in this brief music documentary by DJ Rita Maia and cinematographer Vasco Viana about the African-Portuguese music scene in Lisbon’s outer suburbs, the “corrugated villages” that appeared after the 1970s. It is not quite right to call this ghetto culture; the milieu is more nuanced and complicated than that in terms of nationality, race, generation and class, although it is certainly pretty male.

The music is an engaging mix of digital and analogue, new and old. A lot of it comes from DJs with Mac Book Pros and music-editing software and who play marathon-length parties. A lot more comes from traditional instruments such as a Ferro player, a percussive instrument lying over the shoulder like a length of steel that produces a weirdly hypnotic thrumming noise, and a kora, a 22-string instrument from west Africa that has been in use for hundreds of years.

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How Nation Of Gondwana Became One Of Germany’s Most Cherished Techno Festivals

The post How Nation Of Gondwana Became One Of Germany’s Most Cherished Techno Festivals appeared first on Telekom Electronic Beats.

Court Overturns Requirement that Prescription Drug Advertisers Include Price Information in TV Ads

Last week, a federal District Court ruled that the US Department of Health and Human Services did not have the authority to require that drug manufacturers include pricing information on their television commercials.  We wrote about that requirement, here – a requirement that was supposed to go into effect this summer.  However, the District Court…… Continue Reading

Movers and shakers – Focusrite just bought ADAM [Analysis]

Focusrite went public in 2014, but this week brings its first major acquisition – and it’s a big deal. Monitor maker ADAM from Berlin joins the UK’s Focusrite / Novation / Ampify. Publicly traded companies and fast growing business empires have a bit of a challenge in the music tech business – music creation is […]

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