Saturday, August 19, 2006

August 17th 2006 Tek Haus Injection

August 17th 2006 Tek Haus Injection

Matty Higgs is at it again with some late summer night Tek Haus action. Click the link to listen or download to ya ipod.

August 17th 2006 Tek Haus Injection

Here's the playlist. Enjoi.

1. Liebe Ist Cool: Quintessenz
2. Elektrochemie : You're My Kind
3. Marc Houle: Fat Cat
4. Thomas Schumacher: redpurple
5. Inxec: Chalk and Cheese
6. Liebe Ist Cool: Hymn
7. Swat Squad: Pollancre - Original Mix
8. Maetrik: Once Home
9. Luciano: Oregon (Original Mix)
10. Oliver Hacke: Der Vampir Von Düsseldorf
11. Delhia Matthias Tanzmann: Movin (Tanzmann Remix)
12. Butane: Bang Bang
13. Jona: Blizzard
14. Donal Tierney: Teach Beag Ceol
15. Gaiser: After Color
16. Crazy Larry, Missing Link: Miami (Proton Music) - Original Mix
17. Lega: Drifting Aside
18. Pussywillow: Trackmate (Mo's Ferry) - Original Mix
19. mark-henning: kartoffelzuppe smackdown
20. franklin de costa: f3y kinky

Sunday, July 23, 2006

New DrumKill Mix: July 18th 2006

Matty Higgs is at it again with another moody tech house mix for the hot summer night action.

Get it here.. (right click if you want to save to disk and put it on ya ipod)

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Aphex Twin interview in Future Music

There's a typically baffling/silly interview with Aphex Twin in this month's Future Music magazine. When asked for a kit list, he says: "Sure. Raveolution 309, the Raven Max, MC-909 limited edition, Quasimidi Van Helden, MAM Freebass 383, Roland DJ-70, E-15, SP-808, Akai S3200, Behringer MX602A and all the Behringer effects that copy other things." When he's asked which software he uses, he says "UPIC by Xenakis puts almost everything else to shame. It's under 1mb and it shits on everyone." UPIC was a '70s experimental French system developed by Greek composer Iannis Xenakis, which is based on drawing on a graphics tablet. It's somehow connected with CCMIX, where they talk about it running on a Windows 98 system. UPIC seems to have developed into Iannix, which you can download from this page. He also talks about liking Ableton Live, but preferring LiveSlice for beat editing/stretching. He uses Etymotic Research headphones. My favourite Aphex Twin track ever is the demo version of Windowlicker, where you can hear that the whole track is put together with samples of him singing.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

New DrumKill.com Live Mix: July 7th 2006

Just finished another Tech House Mix.

Click Here to DownLoad

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Byrne/Eno's "My Life in the Bush of Ghosts" -- remix it yourself!

Xeni Jardin: The website for the recently re-released Byrne / Eno masterpiece "Bush of Ghosts" now includes a "remix it yourself" experiment:
In keeping with the spirit of the original album, Brian Eno and David Byrne are offering for download all the multitracks on two of the songs (...) In line with Creative Commons licenses, you are free to edit, sample, and mutilate these tracks however you like. Add them to your own song, or create a new one.
Link. You can upload your remixes for other site visitors to hear and rate. (Thanks, Eric Steuer!)

Previously on BoingBoing:
- Byrne/Eno "Bush of Ghosts" tracks re-released under CC
- Missing Byrne/Eno track "Qu'ran" appears on blogs


Thursday, May 04, 2006

DrumKill: New Live REmix: May 3rd 2006

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Moog Little Phatty: An Affordable Synth, Dedicated to Bob

Moog Little Phatty: An Affordable Synth, Dedicated to Bob

Mar 29, 2006 - Show original item

Moog Music's synths are beloved for their sound, playability, and quality standards . . . and the fact that they're not ugly and boring. As true analog synths, they produce sound by directly controlling the electrical voltage that courses through their innards, something that is difficult to translate to digital instruments. But Moog keyboards are usually a luxury item, even though the late synth builder Bob Moog himself wanted to build a more affordable option. The Little Phatty is the "Moog nano" everyone has been waiting for, a basic but uncompromising mono synth that emphasizes live playing. Even if you can't afford the $1500 limited edition with extras like Bob Moog's name signed across the back, a $1000 "stage" option is coming later this spring. If this isn't your thing, you had better accept that you won't be able to shut up your local synth fanboy or girl for the next 12 months. Just lock them in a room with one of these for the year and drop off baloney sandwiches. They'll be happier that way.


Moog's New Little Phatty: Inside Details Revealed, Pricing $1000-1500 [Create Digital Music]