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Current Play remix artist Flume discusses his continued rise down unda’

Delivered... Matt Ferry | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 8:00 pm
Over the last few years, we've all come to realize great talent doesn't necessarily demand great experience. Finding producers at nightclubs and festivals that aren't even old enough to legally attend the shows they're playing is almost a certainty in today's universally accessible electronic music world. The only requirement is a laptop and a demo DAW of your choice and you could have your next track slotted into the release schedule of some of the biggest labels in the biz. Sydney's own Harley Stern, who goes by Flume, has one such success story, but unlike most of his tenderfoot contemporaries with their brash and blaring electro monsters, Flume's productions are cultivated with aural beauty and sonic subtlety. Here we catch up with Stern to hear about what's coming down the pipeline from one of the most exciting up-and-comers from the land down unda'!

Current Play remix artist Flume discusses his continued rise down unda’

Delivered... Matt Ferry | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 8:00 pm
Over the last few years, we've all come to realize great talent doesn't necessarily demand great experience. Finding producers at nightclubs and festivals that aren't even old enough to legally attend the shows they're playing is almost a certainty in today's universally accessible electronic music world. The only requirement is a laptop and a demo DAW of your choice and you could have your next track slotted into the release schedule of some of the biggest labels in the biz. Sydney's own Harley Stern, who goes by Flume, has one such success story, but unlike most of his tenderfoot contemporaries with their brash and blaring electro monsters, Flume's productions are cultivated with aural beauty and sonic subtlety. Here we catch up with Stern to hear about what's coming down the pipeline from one of the most exciting up-and-comers from the land down unda'!

Schaffhausen (Switzerland) – 10/05/12

Delivered... IE-mAdmin | IEm News | Fri 5 Oct 2012 8:00 pm
Indian E-music
Indian E-music... the right mix of Indian Vibes!
When
Friday, October 5, 2012
8:00pm - worldwide "on air" as Internet Radio... - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Mühlenstrasse 40
Schaffhausen (Switzerland), Switzerland 8200

Postfach 3370

Other Info
Indian E-music started its programme in January 2010. It is a monthly radio show for Indian Electronic Music... the right mix of Indina Vibes. The broadcasting date in 2011 is every 1st Monday at 06:00 pm CET (Central European Time) @ TIDE 96.0 FM (Germany), since May 2011 every 1st Friday at 08:00 pm CET @ Radio RaSA 107.2 FM (Switzerland), since July 2011 every 4th Saturday at 11:00 pm CET @ Freies Radio Salzkammergut (Austria) and since December 2011 every 2nd Thursday at 09:00 pm CET @ radio multicult.fm. - On microphone: ElJay-Ji (ELJay Arem aka RJ JayR)

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Exclusives : GMG 41: Another Day: Dean Wareham and the Timeless Sound of Galaxie 500

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 7:00 pm
GMG 41: Another Day: Dean Wareham and the Timeless Sound of Galaxie 500

In 1962, the Ford Motor Company introduced its new full-sized sedan, the Galaxie 500. For over a decade, it conquered the streets, selling millions of models until it was dropped from production in 1974. And despite the automotive industry’s nostalgic tendency to repackage and reintroduce models like the Challenger, Camaro and even the Fiesta, the Galaxie 500 remains largely forgotten.

But there was another Galaxie 500. Formed in 1987 by Harvard alumni Damon Krukowski, Naomi Yang and Dean Wareham, this Galaxie 500 was a rock band, recording three studio albums—Today, On Fire and This Is Our Music—while lasting only four years before abruptly disbanding in 1991. And unlike the Ford, which remains on blocks in the back of our minds, this Galaxie 500 refuses to be forgotten as its records continue to intrigue and indulge its legions of listeners.

But for 20 years, the band’s songs were confined to those sparse recordings. Following the breakup, Krukowski and Yang formed Damon & Naomi and Wareham played in Luna and then Dean & Britta (with his wife, Britta Phillips). Then, in 2010, Wareham decided to hit the road and give the songs of Galaxie 500 another life. The Guide caught up with the singer-guitarist as he prepares to bring “Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500” to this year’s Culture Collide festival in Los Angeles, reminiscing about his time with the band and how it feels to come back to these songs after being apart for two decades.

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Flying Lotus’ “Until the Quiet Comes” Video; FlyLo, at the Next Level

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Artists,Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 6:37 pm

Lately, I keep coming across reflections on music that talk about movement. When we hear music, somehow, we’re moving inside – we’re following the lines of Bach counterpoint in our fingers, we’re singing along somewhere deep within to the vocals of Billie Holliday. We’re dancing.

“Until the Quiet Comes” is special for many reasons, in its music by Flying Lotus, in the short film by Kahlil Joseph. It’s a full meal in a Web video world many assume is made of bite-sized junk food.

But it’s special to me partly because of the way it embodies movement.

I hear from Flying Lotus recently when I saw him at SONAR; he was describing a desire for – if I remember what he said correctly – what he called “next-level s***.”

“Until the Quiet Comes” is the perfect figurative portrait of next levels. To me, it’s immensely human. And whether a video has one million view or just one, that seems a good kind of portrait to make.

The record is out now on Warp.

flying-lotus.com
[from which the film is viewable everywhere, including even Germany, where the above is blocked]

Strange-But-Wonderful Beatsurfing App, $1 Today, in a Jam – and Explained in Video

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 6:20 pm

BEATSURFING #5: JAM at VLEK from Vlek Data on Vimeo.

Vlek’s Beatsurfing app is one of the most strange and wonderful things on the iPad, producing quirky, drawn controllers that open up new musical avenues. It’s so strange and wonderful, in fact, that it’s befuddled some of you who tried to use it.

So, good news:
1. If you haven’t grabbed it yet, US$1 (or 0,79 €) buys you the app so long as you get it today, the 5th of October. (It’s a really short sale; sorry.)

2. For those of you getting started, there’s a great video that at last shows you how to get started – you just an iPad, Beatsurfing, and some other app. See below.

3. For those of you ready to venture into more advanced lands, see the video above. It features Herrmutt Lobby – one of the musical acts from Vlek whose work I so admire – jamming away with synchronized iPads “retro-acting on each other,” powered by Ableton Live with Max for Live.

The news: http://checkthis.com/beatsurfingbargaindays

And previously:
Beatsurfing: At Last, a Controller for iPad That Lets You Draw Layouts Onscreen, “Surf” Controls

On the artists and label:
A Warmer Aspect: Follow Vlek From Brussels to Lithuania – And Off The Beat Grid

BEATSURFING#6: HOW-TO: Build a CoreMIDI app Controller from Vlek Data on Vimeo.

New exclusives from Moby, Marc Romboy, Tom Flynn, Dan Van & Adam Fierce + more!

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 6:00 pm
Friday brings good weekend vibes and, as always, another killer set of brand-new, pre-cut music packs for Mashbox, the app that lets you mash-up your favorite dance music and pop songs on your iPad. Techno, tech-house, and more make today's Mashbox crate another reason to look forward to the weekend: - Marc Romboy - More Muzik [Systematic Recordings] - Moby - Extreme Ways (Bourne's Legacy) [Little Idiot] - Tom Flynn - Japan [Leena Music] - Dan Van & Adam Fierce - No Doubt [Shute] - Alkemia - Private Nurse [Rhythm Lab]

As Facebook Users Hit 1 Billion, Music Listening is Socially-Connected Online [Numbers]

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 5:09 pm

Whatever the implications for labels and artists, Facebook users have spoken, giving connected listening a big thumbs-up. Photo (CC-BY) JOHANNES FUCHS resp. GOIABA.

Facebook is bragging about one number, in particular – one billion users – this week. But they’re also releasing some other hard numbers on how people are using their service.

Much has been made of how Facebook has transformed social gaming and, via Instagram specifically, photography. But just on Instagram’s heels is none other than Facebook app Spotify. According to analytics site AppData, Spotify is ranked #12 with 22.1 million users, calculated as a monthly active figure, just behind Instagram at #4 with 33 million. Pandora has about a third of that, while other apps lag far behind. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to call Spotify the Instagram of music, a single leader with significant, Facebook-driven dominance.

What’s striking is both the sheer volume of Facebook-connected plays, and the way in which it represents the so-called long tail – a diversity of tracks, and not just a handful of hits.

According to data Facebook released today, 62.6 million songs (so, a large diversity of music) have gotten 22 billion plays. End-to-end, that’s roughly 210,000 years of music. And this is just since music-playing apps launched one year ago.

One Billion People on Facebook [Facebook Newsroom]
PDF: One billion – key metrics

As if online, digital music weren’t disruptive enough, that means that socially-connected music could easily be the new disruptor.

For more evidence, the median age of users on Facebook is getting younger, too. As of this week, the median of those one billion is at age 22. That means the future listeners – the young folk – are increasingly-heavy Facebook users.

I think there are serious questions about how this will impact artists. If music shifts from ownership to streaming, it’s unclear what revenue will look like from online music for artists. If you sell a download directly to a fan, you get a hefty slice of the fee, an easy-to-calculate number of users, and – if you sell from your own site – a lot of data on who those listeners are. With streaming services, we get into thorny areas of performing rights royalties, data and fees negotiated by labels and other groups, and artists who can potentially wind up in the dark.

On the other hand, if social connections are becoming the new currency, it could mean that data is as valuable to artists as sales revenue once was. (Consider being able to sell things that do make money – like tickets and vinyl records and t-shirts – directly to the people who actually want them. And consider the indirect value of music being shared.)

That’s a much longer discussion, of course, but looking at these numbers, there’s no question that Facebook will be one of the venues at the center of it in the short term. A lot has already happened in just one year. I wonder where we’ll be in fall 2013.

Thanks to Eva at Germany’s Juke for the inspiration.

Watch Animal Collective on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon – "Rosie Oh" (video)

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 4:00 pm
The band hits Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. | VIDEO

A special trance legends edition, with interviews from Paul Oakenfold, Ferry Corsten, and Armin Van Buuren. Now which one of them is collaborating with Deadmau5?

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 3:00 pm
It's true—while we just told you about a different Deadmau5 partnership yesterday, one of these huge trance producers it seems has initiated a project with the big-eared Canadian. Who's your money on?

The modern dismissal of genius

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 12:04 pm
In an article for Slate, Simon Reynolds explores the concept of 'genius' in the internet age, discussing how DJ culture and the idea of the 'remix' underpins a movement of 'recreativity' and pondering whether genius can ever really exist.

Megalodon tells us how his "Trampstamp VIP" version came about

Delivered... Sean Lewis | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 12:00 pm
Dubstep has taken off, turned itself into a household name, and has become more easily identified by its current electro-focused form than it has been by its sub-bass-focused roots. The truth is, dubstep has more branches and different sounds than it's typically given credit for. But you're still more likely to hear the latest releases from the London's Dubstar label in a dark, dank basement than you will in any mega-club. And Los Angeles producer Megalodon's new track from Dubstar is the perfect example of where dubstep's heavy sound left off before it mingled with complextro.

News : Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 10:28 am
Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Day one has officially come and gone and with it, a slew of amazing bands, industry panel discussions, happy hours and more.

The day kicked off with some great industry insight at our first Culture Collide Creative Summit (kicked off with a shot of vodka of course) where we discussed partnering with brands and online PR strategies with top industry folks from Dickies, Levi's, Guitar Center, Tumblr, YouTube, Buzzine and BuzzbandsLA.

Continue reading at FILTERmagazine.com

News : Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 10:28 am
Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Day one has officially come and gone and with it, a slew of amazing bands, industry panel discussions, happy hours and more.

The day kicked off with some great industry insight at our first Culture Collide Creative Summit (kicked off with a shot of vodka of course) where we discussed partnering with brands and online PR strategies with top industry folks from Dickies, Levi's, Guitar Center, Tumblr, YouTube, Buzzine and BuzzbandsLA.

Continue reading at FILTERmagazine.com

News : Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Delivered... info@filtermmm.com | Scene | Fri 5 Oct 2012 10:28 am
Culture Collide 2012 Day 1 Recap w/ John Talabot, Dean Wareham & More

Day one has officially come and gone and with it, a slew of amazing bands, industry panel discussions, happy hours and more.

The day kicked off with some great industry insight at our first Culture Collide Creative Summit (kicked off with a shot of vodka of course) where we discussed partnering with brands and online PR strategies with top industry folks from Dickies, Levi's, Guitar Center, Tumblr, YouTube, Buzzine and BuzzbandsLA.

Continue reading at FILTERmagazine.com
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