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BLOC Weekend 2009
Topic: Electronic Music 11:12 am EST, Dec 18, 2008

March 13-15, 2009 @ Butlin's Minehead Resort in the UK.

Anyone else want to go?

Some of the line up:

Aphex Twin
Future Sound of London
Carl Craig
Jamie Lidell
Afrika Bambaataa
Egyptian Lover
Arabian Prince
Dynamix II
DJ Godfather
Bizzy B
2 Bad Mice
Busy P
Ceephax Acid Crew
Rob Hall
Radioactive Man
Richard Devine
Tim Exile
Ed Rush & Optical

BLOC Weekend 2009

Buzz N Click 5
Topic: Electronic Music 5:13 pm EST, Dec  3, 2007

WRVU 91.1 and DJ B of the mixdown present: Buzz & Click 5.

When: Saturday December 8th
Where: The End, 2219 Ellison Place

Each year for the last five years, DJ B of the eclectic and long-running electronic music show, the mixdown, has put together a stupendous collection of local electronic noise makers for BUZZ AND CLICK. Focusing on the experimental, live, cutting-edge, and performance aspects of the genre is a clear departure from the typical club scene and deserves the attention of every filter-tweaking-knob-head in the southeast.


Forrest Bride
Matt Hamilton
Bluff Duo
Athena Blue
Oliver Dodd
Jensen Sportag
Let's Say Baltimore

Buzz N Click 5

Kraftwerk - Autobahn
Topic: Electronic Music 1:08 am EDT, Jun  1, 2007

Made in 1979!

Kraftwerk - Autobahn

Squarepusher on BBC2's The Culture Show
Topic: Electronic Music 9:18 pm EST, Feb 15, 2007

A rare Squarepusher TV appearance aired in the UK on 14th October 2006 by BBC2's 'The Culture Show'.

Features Andre 3000 of Outkast fame talking about Squarepusher's music alongside an interview by Lauren Laverne, an endorsement from Thom Yorke and an exclusive solo bass performance by Squarepusher.

* * *

Another one of my fav's. Needs to tour the US more!

Squarepusher on BBC2's The Culture Show

Noisia Interview
Topic: Electronic Music 9:03 pm EST, Feb 15, 2007

Given the latest link about the history of the Amen break, thought I'd shoot you an interview with one of my favorite dnb acts, Noisia. Kind of a funny look into what goes on behind the scenes. Just three blokes living out on a farm making beats.

Noisia Interview

RE: YouTube - Video explains the world's most important 6-sec drum loop
Topic: Electronic Music 7:59 pm EST, Feb 15, 2007

Decius wrote:

This fascinating, brilliant 20-minute video narrates the history of the "Amen Break," a six-second drum sample from the b-side of a chart-topping single from 1969. This sample was used extensively in early hiphop and sample-based music, and became the basis for drum-and-bass and jungle music -- a six-second clip that spawned several entire subcultures. Nate Harrison's 2004 video is a meditation on the ownership of culture, the nature of art and creativity, and the history of a remarkable music clip.

You should check out some of his other art installations. The one about the 303 is pretty cool.

RE: YouTube - Video explains the world's most important 6-sec drum loop

Friends, Buzz & Click 3PO is here! - Nashville Events
Topic: Electronic Music 8:14 pm EST, Nov  3, 2005

Friends, Buzz & Click 3PO is here! - Nashville Events

Anyone who doesn't have plans for this Saturday needs to come out and experience the joy and wonder that is Nashville's only annual electronic music showcase! We've given administrative duties to Buzz and Click over to Nashville's best radio station (91.1WRVU) and they've honored us with another great year of music running the gamut from melodic electronica to experimental noise and everything in between! There's a great lineup this year, including appearances from at least 2/3 of Venus Hum, Let's Say Baltimore, and Jensen Sportag. Huh? Oh, yeah - Logickal is definitely blowing it up as well.

It's all happening Saturday - Guy Fawkes Day (November 5th in case ya didn't know) and it all starts at 8pm. It can all be had for a measly $5 (for 10 acts!) that goes to benefit WRVU (That means that you might also want to think about buying CDs from the artists...). You can follow the link below to read what the Scene had to say about it, and take a gander at the full lineup.

Hope to see a bunch of ya there!


I should add for the record that it's happening at The 5 Spot. Direction are here



The Scene Sez:

The Lineup (in order of appearance):

8pm Matt Hamilton
8.5 Birdfeeder
9 Let's Say Baltimore
9.5 Bluff Duo
10 Logickal
10.5 Satellite City
11 3kStatic
11.5 Athena Blue
12 Jensen Sportag
12.5 Tomorrow Ishikawa

Friends, Buzz & Click 3PO is here! - Nashville Events

The Rebirth RB-338 Museum
Topic: Electronic Music 3:34 pm EDT, Sep  4, 2005

ReBirth RB-338 is the revolutionary computer software simulation of classic Roland devices - the TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer and the TR-808 and TR-909 Rhythm Composers. The lasting influence of these electronic instruments encompasses genres of music ranging from contemporary Pop to Hip-hop, R&B, and electronic music.

In 1997, over a decade after production had ceased on the original devices, the introduction of ReBirth launched a new generation of music software. Backed by critical acclaim and a dedicated fan following, this innovation set an important precedent for the music software industry.

On September 1, 2005, Propellerhead Software announced that the era of ReBirth had come to an end and created the ReBirth Museum to commemorate its history. Visitors are welcome to tour the website, learn about its developers and community, and take home a special memento: ReBirth RB-338 itself!


Nice. Before Reason, there was ReBirth. Pretty cool gesture, releasing the software after it was EOL'ed. There are torrents available for both Mac and PC.

ReBirth wasted many hours of my time when it came out. I used it (illegally) for many months before more powerful software became available in the late 90's. It's still a fun piece of software to learn how the Roland x0x's were physically programmed.

I'm seeding this one for a while to let some of the "Warez Karma" dissipate. Check it out, it's fun stuff.

The Rebirth RB-338 Museum

Topic: Electronic Music 11:02 am EDT, Apr 17, 2004

Very satisfying indeed.


Squarepusher in ATL, 4/24
Topic: Electronic Music 10:12 pm EST, Mar 23, 2004

Squarepusher at Echo Lounge in ATL, 4/24 @ 9:00 pm. Will be a great show.

Squarepusher in ATL, 4/24

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