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News : Guitar Center Sessions At Culture Collide

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 11:49 pm
Guitar Center Sessions At Culture Collide

Guitar Center Sessions at FILTER Magazine's Culture Collide presents The Black Lips An intimate evening of conversation and an exclusive acoustic performance hosted by : Pat McGuire (Editor-in-Chief of FILTER Magazine)

Oct 7th : 7pm - 9pm
826 LA
1714 W. Sunset Blvd
Echo Park, CA 90026

About GC Sessions
GC Sessions is a music education based, artist-centric program that features informative, provocative discussions and stripped down performances by some of today's most respected artists.  Serving as an incubator for creative minds, GC Sessions provides an opportunity to network with peers and gain insight from cool artists in a comfortable and intimate setting.

Remix Contest for Pacifika’s “Chocolate”

Delivered... globalnoize | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 10:56 pm

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Pacifika, a uniquely “Global Pop Band” who mash together pop music with Latin influences and subtle touches of dub and electronica, have released their newest album, Supermagique.

Remixers, show us your creative take on the new album. Submit your personal mix of “Chocolate,” the second track on Pacifika’s new album, Supermagique for a chance to receive a placement on a Six Degrees digital EP and a gift package of Six Degrees releases.

Deadline: November 8th 2010

Official Contest Website

Chocolate by Pacifika


Media : Lucy Schwartz, Graveyard

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 9:59 pm
Lucy Schwartz, Graveyard

It's double the fun for rising 20 year-old singer/songwriter, Lucy Schwartz on this final Tuesday in September. Her new album, Life in Letters, is out today via iTunes and her latest video for the album's lead single, "Graveyard" has also premiered on MTVu!

The video features Lucy performing a dance choreographed by Sonja Tayeh from So You Think You Can Dance and is directed by Claire Carre (Sufjan Stevens, Sia, Brett Dennen). Check it out as it's up for this week's MTVU Best Freshmen Video and catch the songstress on the road this month opening for The Weepies.


Tour Dates:

October
10 Los Angeles, CA - The El Rey *
12 Hermosa Beach, CA - Saint Rocke
13 San Diego, CA - Winston's *
16 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall *
17 Eugene, OR - Wow Hall
19 Bend, OR - Silver Moon
20 Portland, OR - The Aladdin Theater *
21 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile *

* opening for The Weepies

Setspeed – Two Blocks Down and Droptools EXCLUSIVE

Delivered... sanjay kundalia | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 8:26 pm

I think this is awesome! Randomly came across it today. Its the first full release on the new Bass Music label. Some grimy dubstep with drop of ambience.

With the debut release from Bristol producer Setspeed. This dubstep two-tracker shows a producer with an ear for detailed beats, intricate soundscapes and abstract textures – taking influences from classic dubstep, with a respectful nod to the space and precision of producers like Photek.

Two Blocks Down takes muted colours and clinical FX atop a rolling beat and clashing ride cymbals, building to a heady swirl of technoid distortion, bouncing delays and twisted strings. Droptools, by contrast, strips things back to the very bones; fragments of rhythm skitter around a crisp halfstep beat, while a strident 808 bass underpins a desolate industrial atmosphere.

http://www.traxsource.com/index.php?act=show&fc=tpage&cr=titles&cv=67924

Setspeed – Droptools

Check out the awesome video: too cool!

TWO BLOCKS DOWN:


Rebolledo is Fresh

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 8:07 pm
Comeme's man from Mexico wears sunglasses, meets girls on his latest video.

AWAKE (remix ep) Janaka Selekta (FREE DOWNLOAD)

Delivered... sanjay kundalia | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 7:00 pm

OH! … Since ChaiWallas Boombox mentioned this to me, I’ve been eagerly awaiting its release and its out now – FREE TO DOWNLOAD BABY! … yes thats right!

A four track eclectic remix EP of AWAKE from the album PUSHING AIR by Janaka Selekta. Remixes by Ealzee, Adil Medina, Sunskript and g-ta offering their own interpretation for you to groove and chill out to … LOVE IT!

1.Awake (Ealzee’s Morning Dub Remix)
2.Awake (Adil Medina’s Deep Remix)
3.Awake (Sunskript’s Thread Through Me Remix)
4.Awake (g-ta’s DnB Remix)
ENJOY!

“CHASE” – Bandish Projekt

Delivered... sanjay kundalia | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 4:33 pm

So what’s after dubstep? … new from Bandish Projekt – CHASE, the next release … heres a teaser:

I know theres going to be some good stuff coming up from Bandish – watch this space!


Bon Homme added to 10 Years Electronic Beats Festival Berlin

Delivered... electronic beats NEWS as RSS-Feed | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 4:09 pm

We are hugely excited to announce that we have confirmed another extra special guest for our sold-out 10 Years Electronic Beats Festival: Bon Homme.

Jumping in is the mysterious Dane Bon Homme aka Tomas Høffding. Tomas is better known for his deep baselines and high pitch falsetto-vocal work in the musical blender that is WhoMadeWho. The man in the bowling hat will present his first solo adventure, simple titled Bon Homme, at Electronic Beats’ 10 years anniversary festival.

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The dark disco album was recorded in Tomas’ Copenhagen studio and will certainly please many WhoMadeWho fans. Stated as one of the highlights of this year’s Berlin Festival, Bon Homme will thankfully make another Berlin appearance.

The running order for the 10 Years Electronic Beats Festival will be:

Running Order:
20.30 Doors open
21.15-21.50 Bon Homme (live)
22.00-23.00 Delphic (live)
23.20-00.35 The Human League (live)
00.50-02.00 Róisín Murphy (DJ set)

Location:
RADIALSYSTEM V
Holzmarktstr. 33
10243 Berlin

Find all further infos on 10 Years Electronic Beats Festival Berlin 2010 here and watch Bon Homme’s video for his new single ‘Mother’ below.

Bon Homme – Mother from Fake Diamond Records on Vimeo.

Weekend Weapons: Oscar G

Delivered... Posted by Alex Hughes | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 4:06 pm
As much as we love house music for its positive vibes, there's something to be said for a good ol' club polemic—think of Abe Duque's "What Happened," Cevin Fisher's "The Way We Used To," or Floppy Sounds' more recent "City for Sale," about the hollowing out of New York's underground culture. So Oscar G.'s "F**k the VIP" can't help but put a smile on our faces. It's the Great Recession, for crying out loud: who cares about velvet ropes and pricey bottle service? Oscar G.'s new Live from NYC mix is all about returning the focus to the dancefloor. Recorded live at Pacha, the set is Oscar's love letter to New York dance culture, featuring tunes from DMS12, Mario Ochoa, Stefano Noferini, and more. A companion album, Original Beats Sampler, showcases 10 new tracks from Oscar himself, including "F**k the VIP" and "Angel" featuring Stryke. Read on to check out Oscar's Weekend Weapons selection, including his aforementioned VIP diatribe plus a new Brothers' Vibe, a track sampling classic Victor Calderone, and more.

Read more on Beatportal

Aeroplane’s “Superstar”

Delivered... Posted by beatportsean | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 3:53 pm
I’m sure this video has something to say about fashion, but exactly what, I’m not quite sure. What I am sure of is that Aeroplane’s Vito Deluca is an ‘80s loving synth slinger with a penchant for disco and pop. The new album from the Belgian solo act, formerly a duo, is called We Can’t Fly. It’s been getting mixed reviews, but the hot little number featured here, entitled "Superstar," is a sure winner. It’s hard to deny the pull of vocoded lyrics over classic piano. The question is: how do I get my hands on one of those masks? In lieu of one of those, I'll content myself with the "Superstar" remix by the Krays, aka Yuksek and Brodinski.

Watch this video on Beatportal

Argy: The perils of being a non-purist

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 3:19 pm
The Greek-born producer tells the(mutednoise)ofthemetcoldstore that he's missed out on plenty because of his open-minded attitude to dance music and life in general in a lengthy interview.

Animal Collective give away new album for free with a pair of trainers

Delivered... electronic beats NEWS as RSS-Feed | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 2:47 pm

Arch hipster-rock gaggle Animal Collective will be giving away their latest album – the follow up to Merriweather Post Pavilion – free with a pair of trainers that have been designed by members of the band and are available through Keep Shoes. Not only that, but the album will arrive on the increasingly resurgent cassette format.

The first pair of the shoes – ‘The Tobin’ designed by Dave Portner – were revealed this week, but you will have to wait until March 2011 before you can get your hands on a pair. The money raised will go to the Socorro Island Conservation Fund which is aiming to conserve the Revillagigedo archipelago near to Mexico.

Brian Weitz, aka Geologist, said in a statement: "Deakin and I have been scuba diving together for a number of years, and the Revillagigedos was one of the most amazing places I have ever seen." Deakin goes on to add, "whereas I once saw sharks as potentially frightening creatures and little else, I have come to understand that they are a crucial part of a highly stressed and collapsing ecosystem."

Words fail us.

Hear Bar 25 close

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 12:07 pm
Here's 36 DJ sets recorded over six days from the Berlin venue's (third? fourth?) "last ever" closing party. Lee Jones, Matt John, Margaret Dygas and Mathias Kaden all feature.

A Powerful Music Tracker in Your Browser, Completely Free

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 10:00 am
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Party like it’s 1991 – your browser’s invited. A full-blown music production tool has been directly ported from the desktop to the browser using Flash, modeled with a tracker-style interface for fast, precise music editing. (In fact, a tracker, thanks to speedy entry from a QWERTY keyboard, seems to me an ideal interface for browser music. Trust me – it looks arcane at first, but trackers can be extremely friendly music interfaces. Just be prepared to look like a total geek once you’ve worked it out, because it’ll look even more arcane to everyone else)

The resulting tool comes with all the modules you’ll need, and it’s completely free to use. There’s even an included sample library.

Now, the next time you’re stuck in an Internet cafe, you can compose a song.

Creator Ruben Ramos says this is the first tracker on the Web, and shares his development process with us:

The sourcecode of the application is the same than the desktop version, it’s C++. I used a research project from Adobe Labs to build my sources for the AVM2 (ActionScript Virtual Machine 2), which is the last virtual machine used in Flash. This way, I got a binary version as a .swf of my original desktop-based application.

I wrote some parts code for this version, but only a few. For example the graphic rendering: in the desktop version was using the graphic card acceleration; for this version I implemented a software renderer.

After it, I added some special features for this version. For example, I implemented a filesystem with remote access to allow the load of resources stored on the server. With this feature songs and samples can be loaded from the webserver, which is good to have a base sample library available on the server.

Try it out for yourself:
http://www.skale.org/

Here Comes the Multitouch: Galaxy Tab Uses New, Responsive Atmel Tech

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 28 Sep 2010 9:34 am

Speaking of Android and mobile, when it comes to reliable multi-touch on inexpensive devices, iOS has really been the only game in town. As I’ve noted previously, competing requires a usable multi-touch chipset. It seems one such chipset is making its way to a shipping product. Matt Gallant points us to our friends at Engadget:
Atmel confirms the Samsung Galaxy Tab uses its maXTouch touchscreen controller

Atmel, for their part, claim their technology is more responsive than competitors like Apple, offering both support for stylus input and faster response times – the latter interesting for music applications. Given how complex touch technology is, in terms of hardware and software alike, I’ll believe it once I test it – but that may be soon.

The news is certainly relevant not only to Android fans, but anyone hoping multi-touch will start to appear in more platforms. And for music input applications, it could be great both for something like TouchOSC for Android (as well as potentially prompting other apps), and perhaps browser-based multi-touch control that could work across operating systems.

For the record, a few specs on the Galaxy Tab; thanks, Samsung PR.

Android 2.2 (Froyo)
7.0 inch TFT-LCD, WSVGA (1024 x 600)
Cortex A8 1.0GHz Application Processor with PowerVR SGX540
3 MP Camera with Auto-Focus and LED Flash
1.3MP front camera for Video Telephony
30 pin connector
WiFi 802.11n / Bluetooth® 3.0
Gyroscope sensor, Geo-magnetic sensor, Accelerometer, Light sensor
16G / 32G internal memory with up to 32G external memory slot
RAM: 512 MB

I’m no fan of proprietary connectors, but the other specs look good. Anyone know if Bluetooth 3 is any better at real-time applications than previous implementations?

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