After several rammed parties at KOKO, Antics is returning for another Saturday night mash up of hip-hop, funk, breaks and electro. Residents DJ Antics and DJ Beats plus special guests will be offering up the finest hip hop, funk breaks and beats, while the Antics' crew delight your eyes with their awesome visuals. And there's drinks deals, oh yes: check www.anticsclub.com for details. Tickets are only ¬£5 in advance via anticsclub.com. Check out the Antics mix at http://soundcloud.com/antics-2/antics-promo-mix
Birds of Paradise is California-based producers Torin Goodnight (Bird of Prey) and Tyler Gibson (Gibson). Each has a decade of experience behind him, and has been steadily making waves in the electronic music scene. Having a similar aesthetic but still maintaining an individual approach, they combine forces in a new symbiotic project to work towards a common vision and master the art of collaboration. The duo plays to its strengths- patience, beauty, and depth to offer a truly original sound of rolling percussive breakbeats, progressive melodies, incredible sound design and twisted psychedelic layers. Their fusion of elements, both natural and synthetic, create an engaging bio-digital landscape that leaves little to the imagination. It will take your ears only a moment to realize that you have uncovered something special.
Breakfest is a tradition. A broken beat boutique event held every Boxing Day in the same exquisite surrounds since day one; Belvoir Amphitheatre. Perth's locally produced and only internationally acclaimed event, Breakfest always delivers the best day ever for the Breakfester with great music and great production. That's what makes Breakfest the very best event on the calendar:
*Winner Best Event - Perth Dance Music Awards 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Winner Best Event - inthemix Top 50 Awards 2006, 2007
Winner Best Value for Money - Australian Festival Awards 2009
Rainbow Serpent Festival has come a long way over the years. From a small gathering in a secluded clearing, to an internationally recongnised, multifaceted weekend of dance, colour, expression and celebration. People now travel from all over the world to Western Victoria to experience what some have said is the best outdoor festival of it?s type in the Southern Hemisphere.
For many of the 10,000 plus people that attend each year, Rainbow has become an institution, and annual reunion, a marker in the year that?s looked forward to for months in advance. For others it?s a fresh discovery of opportunity and escapism, a chance to connect with like minded individuals and to celebrate nature, community and harmony. Perhaps the continued success of Rainbow can be accredited to the broad experiences and opportunities on offer.
No longer just an electronic music festival these days you can expect to experience a unique combination of music, art, performance, spiritual education, relaxation and healing. "While dancing their Dreamings, aborigines spiritually connect themselves to the land and to the Dreamtime. The drumming of feet during the dance draws the earth into dialogue with the dancers, allowing the ceremony to bring the power of the Dreaming to life." The name Rainbow Serpent is distinctly Australian, coming from the Dreamtime creation story told by the traditional owners of the land. Dreamtime stories often vary between aboriginal tribes, however the story of the Rainbow Serpent is special as it is one of the few common to all. The Rainbow Serpent is protector of the land, and the source of all life.
Music has always been a highlight of Rainbow. From the early trance days to the broader musical style of today, one thing Rainbow has never compromised on is the quality of it's acts. With world class d?cor, roving artistic performances, crazy activities you cant imagine a more exotic sensory mix spread over four days. Put simply if you?ve never been to the Rainbow Serpent Festival, now is the time to buy a tent and call your friends.
The living legend of Psytrance, OLLI WISDOM will be playing an extended set featuring tracks from his solo project SPACE TRIBE plus his other projects ESP ('Electric Space Phenomenon' collaboration with ELECTRIC UNIVERSE), ALIEN JESUS (collaboration with GMS) and other tracks made with the likes of DICK TREVOR, LAUGHING BUDDHA and MAD MAXX ? 100% pure hyper-galactic dance floor experience!
MIND-EXPANDING 3D FULL COLOUR LASER VORTEX and tripped out dťcor by ESP & NEW DIMENSION
*** SPACE TRIBE/OLLI WISDOM - Spacetribe Music *** http://www.soundcloud.com/spacetribe
Shaman, DJ, musician and global traveller - a thorough shakedown of all 6 senses! With 20 years of experience and over 13 albums to date, this icon of the psytrance scene continues to electrify dancefloors world wide with his futuristic, full-power, psychedelic dance music infused with incredible production techniques - one step further evolved than the usual! Now based in Europe working with such artists as Absolum, Menog, Madd Maxx, GMS and Electric Universe we have the opportunity to experience an extended live set of fresh new music sending us on a journey through inner & outer space - sounds disintegrating & re-integrating, rhythms pulsing & convulsing, twisting & turning - 100% PURE BLAST OFF MATERIAL!
For the Space Tribe experience including music samples, clothing and online store check out http://www.spacetribe.com/
Check out his last performance in Sydney : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJUiVU10coM
Dj Loghan (Deep House / Indie Rock / 80's) - plays a linear structure with smooth bass lines, mixing a soft Deep House with old and new school stuffs, Nu Disco, Funk Garage, Jazzy, also bringing the best of Indie Rock, passing by for Trip Hop, Dub Step, Break Beats and sometimes nostalgic moments from the 80's and the New Wave era
Free Bootie mashup CDs to the first 100 people through the door!
It's time for two of Bootie's best VJs -- DJ Tripp and Faroff -- to once again go head-to-head with another Mashup Video Battle! They'll be duking it out with the world's best mashup videos on the three big screens of the DNA Lounge. For fans of mashup music videos, the only real winner is YOU! For the Midnight Mashup Show aerialist Sommer Strangelove returns, performing high over your heads with incredible grace, strength, and style! Upstairs in the Lounge, Damn Gina! returns with their monthly residency, as DJ Fox and Kool Karlo spin super fun dance music to get your groove on, while the East Bay's Club Drama takes over the Loft, with DJs Starr & Artitude spinning a variety of electro, breaks, progressive, and indie to pull you onto the dance floor.
Launched in 2003 by San Francisco DJ duo A Plus D, Bootie was the first club night dedicated solely to the then-burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup -- and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties in several cities on four continents. Voted "Best Club Night" for the past eight years, Bootie celebrates pop culture both past and present, keeping your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations. Mixing and matching every musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party, it's a place where everyone is welcome. And with free mashup CDs given away like candy, Bootie provides the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation.
Join the Bootie group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bootiesf
Blues Mountains via Newtown hip hop trio Thundamentals continue to flip the concepts of what 'Oz hip hop' is supposed to be with new single 'Smiles Don't Lie' from their upcoming, as-yet-untitled, third album, proudly announcing their first and only headline tour for 2013 - taking in Sprung Festival and FBi's 10th Birthday celebrations - to bring the new music to fans. Already added to rotation on triple j, debuting at #5 on the iTunes Hip Hop Charts, and an unashamed love letter, 'Smiles Don't Lie' would not have been an obvious single choice for the boys - MCs Tuka and Jeswon and DJ Morgs - a year ago.
Though Jeswon had remarked earlier last year that Thundamentals material is, "pretty eclectic, and very musical; a reflection of our willingness to experiment with different genres, " the huge response to a more sensitive Thundas on their triple j Like A Version of Matt Corby's 'Brother' reminded them that the template of hip hop isn't set in stone for them: as long as the music and meaning is there, a connection can be made. As Tuka points out, "I felt that it would be good to honour our new found sound and following before unveiling the rest of what is by far our most experimental record to date."¬†
Says Jeswon, "For me, 'Smiles Don't Lie' is a nostalgic, heartfelt song which celebrates many of the things I appreciate about the fairer sex, and my girlfriend in particular. I feel like the song really captures that daydream-like quality of yearning for a loved one when you aren't in their presence. My motivation for writing this song is that it is a great opportunity to express my respect, admiration and love for my partner who has always been so supportive of my music. I can imagine her driving to work and hearing this song come on the radio and seeing a big smile break out across her face, knowing that she is the inspiration behind my lyrics. To be able to elicit an honest reaction of joy in the person I love the most as a result of something I have made would be an amazing feeling. I just want to make her, and hopefully the rest of Australia, feel good as a result of this song."
It was following the response from their sophomore record Forevolution and, in particular, the enormously popular recording they made of 'Brother' that the band realised that their music was speaking to people outside the tried and successful Thunda's paths.¬†
'Smiles Don't Lie' follows on from what has been a wildly successful few years for the Newtown trio. Moving backwards through the past twelve months, Thundamentals could commit to only one serious tour the aptly-titled 'Get Busy' tour between the scheduled writing and recording breaks set aside for the upcoming album.¬†
Tuka had also been racing round in the wake of his second LP Feedback Loop, which saw him taking on a serious amount of solo shows, as well as support slots for everyone from Seth Sentry to Kendrick Lamar. Similarly, DJ Morgs and Ev Jones ('Brother' collaborator) have embarked on a side project called JONES Jnr whose soul drenched neo-gospel beats have attracted the attention of international blogs and seen them just announced to tour with - firstly - NZ Legends Fat Freddy's Drop, followed by shows with soul troubadour Cody ChestnuTT. This adds to a resume that boast shows with everyone from soul royalty Bettye Lavette to Blue Note singer Jose James, neo-soul hero Bilal and underground trendsetters Oddissee & Olivier Daysoul.
2011 saw the release of Thundamentals' second album Foreverlution which saw their first inclusion in both the ARIA and AIR Charts [debuting at #19 on ARIA Australian Charts, #17 on ARIA Urban Charts and #3 on the AIR Charts], not to mention the first two singles ['Paint The Town Red' and 'How You Been?'] sliding into rotation on triple j.¬†
Sleeping On Your Style  had previously produced singles that leapt onto high rotation on the J's ['Move It Up' and 'The Mash'] with the release proper garnishing the band spots on 2010's Rolling Stone Magazine's 'Acts To Watch' list and Sydney Morning Heralds 'Next Big Things' list and fourth single T.H.U.N.D.A achieving MTV Rotation.
With a touring history includes A Tribe Called Quest, Big Boi (Outkast), MF Doom, Lyrics Born, Drapht, Bone Thugs N Harmony Thundamentals have grown into one of Australia's most accomplished and energetic live acts, raising roofs and causing hangovers wherever they go, but as well invoking thoughtfulness and delivering new sounds to a genre scene that is seriously, and finally, beginning to spread its wings in this country. The last tour sold out fast...you know what to do.¬†
Join us for a huge night of costumes, music and mayhem! Over the past two years we've torn the roof off Villa Nightclub and this year will be no different with a colossal local line-up to please your ears and keep you doing the monster mash all night! Bust out your best costume and get messy to everything from House to Breakbeat and everything in-between!
Inhibit is bringing in the spring fever with something very special this year. As one of, if not the best drum & bass DJ on planet earth returns to Perth for an epic 3 hour set accompanied by his partner in crime MC Felon!
Those who witnessed his 3 hour set at Amplifer last year will know we ain't messing around on this one. This man means serious business behind the decks...
FOR THE LOVE OF 80's featuring ALL SOULED OUT + RADIO CITY CATS
Friday, 25th October 2013
Blue Beat, 16-18 Cross St., Double Bay
TWO great bands coming together for their love of 80's Dance, Disco and Funk. Dance Floor open all night with DJ Troy playing infectious 80's funk grooves during the breaks. In what is guaranteed to be one of the great shows of the year, invite all your friends and come along to enjoy, what will be a fantastic night of old school hits and dancing.
Take a trip down memory lane and dance the night away to the best hits of the 80's. If you danced the night away at Steps, The Tunnel, Bobby McGees,
Apia Club, Marconi Club, Fame, Vibrations, Cazi Club, Juliana's or Rogues, then this is one night you won't want to miss. Hear songs like Outstanding, Midas Touch, Object Of My Desire, Just An Illusion, Best Of My Love, Rock Steady, Roses Are Red, Ain't Nobody, A Night To Remember, Rhythm Of The Night and many many more hits.
ALL SOULED OUT .....
......play all the hits you know and love, live. Party the night away in style with Sydney's best live 80's funk tribute band "All Souled Out".
They are a dynamic outfit that plays Old School tunes from the 80's Funk Era. Get into the groove and relive some of the best music the 80's had to offer featuring some of Sydney's best musicians and vocalists under the musical direction of Aldo Alibrandi. Come and re-live all your 80's funk memories.
RADIO CITY CATS ....
.....have been playing stages in Australia and around the globe for quite some time. Fronted by two of Australia's most prominent front people, Christo Alexander and Natasha Stuart, the Radio City Cats lead the way in entertainment in ustralia.
Christo Alexander possesses one of the most powerful and versatile voices on the music scene today. With a stage presence like no other, he has performed many high profile events, toured extensively through Asia and played major venues throughout Australia.
Natasha Stuart is one of Australia's leading ladies and over the years, has been captivating audiences with her unique energy and charisma. She has been seen rockin' the stage with Guy Sebastian, Ricky Lee and countless Australian Idol Performances and has graced stages around the globe including Kuala Lumpur, New Zealand, Singapore, Bangkok, and Hong Kong.
Between them, Christo and Natasha have performed for many major events including that of Optus, Channel 10, Star City VIP's, Channel 7. Virgin, Macquarie Bank, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Oakley, Deustch Bank, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Sydney Turf Club.... Venues include The Opera House, The Hordern Pavillion, Star City, Sydney Hilton, The Basement, Luna Park, Melbourne Casino, The Palace Melbourne, Cargo Bar, The Ivy, Hemmesphere, Darling Harbour Exhibition Centre, Cafe Sydney and many more.
Dj Loghan (Deep House / Indie Rock / 80's) - plays a linear structure with smooth bass lines, mixing a soft Deep House with old and new school stuffs, Nu Disco, Funk Garage, Jazzy, also bringing the best of Indie Rock, passing by for Trip Hop, Dub Step, Break Beats and sometimes nostalgic moments from the 80's and the New Wave era.
Ready to come Back to Mine with breakbeat icon, ADAM FREELAND? The Marine Parade legend joins us at Villa, Friday 7 February 2014.
From Burning Man to Watergate to Coachella and beyond, you'll often find Adam Freeland behind the decks, igniting minds and dancefloors alike. With 17 years of extensive global touring history behind him, you might have caught the U.K. born, Cali bred, Brighton living, Grammy-nominated DJ/producer whipping up main-stage audiences at the world's biggest festivals - or reveled in him dropping deep and dirty sounds in the most discerning underground clubs across the globe.
The first climax in the Adam Freeland story was the release of Coastal Breaks in 1996 - he highlighted syncopated funk and groove to the 4/4 thump of dance music back in the day. He showed his diversity across the next five mix albums (including ones for Back to Mine and FabricLive), but it was his debut album in 2003, Now and Then, that thrust Adam Freeland into superstardom. It featured the smash 'We Want Your Soul' and his remix of Sarah Vaughan's 'Fever' (nominated for a Grammy before it was common for dance music to get Grammy's). Throughout his career, Freeland has always been as much a recording artist as a record spinner. Many of his productions have appeared on Freeland's renowned Marine Parade label. Freeland's essential re-edits, like his infamous chop-up if Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', consistently prove an underground sensation. Meanwhile, Freeland's many, many remixes have gained mainstream acclaim.
D-sens EP launch by Soundkraft Records (Day Party,
Saturday 14th December 2013
Soundkraft Records present D-sens (France) - EP launchSaturday 14th Dec 2013 (Day Party) at The Barley Corn Hotel.
Having performed to massive dance floors at festivals such as Burning Man, Rainbow Serpent, St Kilda Festival and many more, this man needs little introduction. Back in Australia after an exciting European summer festivals tour, French Tech House maestro, D-sens will be showcasing a range of original beats including tunes from the newly signed EP, produced in collaboration with Alma Danza (Melbourne).
inSpiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 8QS
An evening exploring the funky and psychedelic side of bass music
Prepare to be guided around the deeper edges of dubstep and glitch-hop to find new and exciting sounds
Bring your dancing shoes!
Selections presented by:
Jon Sangita a.k.a. Experimental Sound Project is a psychedelic ambient dub producer and as a DJ he's a funkadelic force to be reckoned with
He is a passionate lover and collector of psychedelic music and is a specialist in Ambient Dub and Funky 'n' Crunky Glitch Hop and Breaks
His style is seriously fun and upbeat and his sets are always an inspired glimpse into the worlds of chunky breaks and glitchy beats with a special psychedelic twist
He has 2 decades of involvement in the alternative and psychedelic scene in London and was a promoter of the legendary Psubliminal Psychedelia parties in the early 90s
Since then has been producing tracks for labels such as Sangita Sounds, Dubmission and Ajnavision as well as playing out at various global psychedelic festivals includingBoom, Sonica, Ozora, Universo Paralello, Sunrise and Glade
DJ Nod is based out of Brixton, observing and participating in the global bass music scene both at home in London and through his world-wide travels
Since his move from the USA in 2009 he has played events across the globe, ranging in size from massive festivals such as OZORA and Hadra to smaller events in the US, Europe, and Japan
During this time he has become known for his smooth mixing and heavily psychedelic track selection, skirting around the edges of dubstep and other bass-driven music to procure a wide range of sub-shaking sounds
If the cost of a 4-year degree is beyond what you can afford, this is a good option.
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Your mother isn't coming with you to college. The reason a lot of people are uncomfortable going to college is because they are not sure what to expect. Best of luck to you! . Libraries are an exceptional choice. You will know that the college that you are going to has the classes that will best prepare you for that career. Still maintain a nutritious diet, get proper sleep, and take care of your and yourself possessions, although some indulgences are okay. A dorm room is probably not the greatest study environment. You can get a good coffee maker at a reasonable price if you keep an eye out for sales.
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In your first semester, you should take some gen ed classes. Brew your own coffee. If they can help you get the education you require, speak to admissions to find out.
Even if you love coffee, don't purchase it at a cafe. Not only does exercising help you to stay focused, but the gym is also a great place to meet new people. In order to graduate, it is best to take it sooner rather than later, when there is a class you need. Before a test, this also makes it easier to go over the information. It can also be something people are afraid of. If you go to school far away, this is important.
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It can be a very smart strategy to attend a community college for the first two years of your college education
These warning lights are meant to help alert you know when something is wrong with your car. If you have car parts replaced, remember this. The National Institute for Automotive Excellence provides the seal of approval is a good sign. It is not true that you need a mechanic's services to attend to these routine jobs should be left to the professionals. You need to look through this manual and learn how to use it so you can locate useful information quickly. They also attend training throughout the course of their employment.
OEM is also known as the Manufacturer's Original Equipment. Use the tips from this article and you will be able to get quality service for your vehicle. . Ignoring those for a long http://sanming-plastics.com/2013/10/15/recovery-tracks-2/ time will only make the problem much worse than it already is.
Be sure that the technician is properly certified. You can make your own include things that you will have to have to put on a spare, help you get some extra gas and tire changing tools as well.
You should wash your car to keep the rust away. This also will help you feel confident that the mechanic is knowledgeable and reliable.
Look at flashing lights on the dashboard and learn what each one signifies. If you are educated about car repairs, you will be able to worry less. Use a good wax to protect your paint job as much as you can.
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Car trouble can be very difficult to deal with. Your manual has all that you need to know about maintaining your vehicle and performing small repairs yourself.
You can easily do some preventative maintenance such as adding more oil or top up your windshield fluid on your own. You sound better educated on auto repair by telling your mechanic to install OEM parts. You may need new windshield wipers if the ones you have are streaking or making noises and leaving streaks on the glass.
Not that many people invest the time in reading their car's owner manual. This will let you know how they handle customers and how good they are at solving any problem you may encounter. They have been trained to fix problems that are common with your car. All cars will rust up eventually, but you can delay the process considerably by making sure any salt or chemicals are washed off as soon as possible. The jack needs to be reliable so you are safe when you go under the car secure above you. The following article below has the information you need to keep your car in peak condition.
Never underestimate the value of keeping an emergency kit inside your vehicle. This information can then be used to get with a big part in the shop you comfortable.
It can be dangerous to fix your own car.Always have someone to be near you in case there is an emergency were to happen. This kit should include specific tools for charging your battery, jumper cables, and an empty container that is appropriate for re-fueling your gas tank.
Don't underestimate how important it is to keep an emergency kit inside your vehicle. You should learn how to do the work, as long as you have the proper skills and knowledge.
If you have been having minor car issues, it may be a good idea to have it checked out anyway. It may cost twice the amount later as OEM components to begin with.
Look at the reviews of different local auto shops online. These parts are original parts designed by the manufacturer. If you keep ignoring them it'll make the problem later on.
Do not forget about your wiper blades. These lights give you a good indication of when something is wrong with your car. You don't know the quality of these parts as time goes on, though generic parts may be cheaper. If don't pay attention to it, a small problem can become a big one.
Although mechanics from your dealer are usually expensive, most of the time they offer the best experience.The people who work there are specialists concerning your brand. This is especially true of your tire changing tools. That's why it's best to get a good hydraulic floor jack with approved jack stands that are approved.
Look at all lights on your dashboard and learn what each one signifies. Buy only the highest quality tools that will not break easily. A primer on basic auto repair is a necessity for anybody who owns (or even just drives) a car
Huge changelog for MythTV 0.27 - http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Release_Notes-0.27
Impressive stuff, but I'm sure that as always a) bugs that have bugged me forever remain, b) horrible new features need disabling, c) upgrading will break lots of things. So it doesn't sound like I'm a big fan of this software, but actually I am. Figure that one out if you can.
Ruby Skye & Spundae present Candyland & Kill Paris Friday, April 11th Kill Paris †brings new meaning to a live DJ and Producer. Utilizing the capabilities of Ableton Live and his own custom controllers, Kill Paris plays and loops Bass, Guitar, Synth, and drum beats all while mixing in and out of songs. His live show has been described as something never seen or experienced before. Currently affiliated with 3 different labels (Mode-2, Samoa Good, and Masv), Kill Paris has already had numerous releases on Bea tport and other top Digital download fronts. Fusing together Electro-House, Dubstep, and Guitar/bass Funk, Kill Paris is definitely one to keep your ear on. Santa Barbara natives Ethan and Josie aka† Candyland †began producing their own original songs back in April of 2011. After becoming the first act to win back-to-back Beatport remix contests (Skrillex "Make it Bun Dem" & Bingo Players "Rattle") and racking up over 5 Million Soundcloud plays, they released their debut album "Bring the Rain" on Spinnin Records (Jan 21st 2013) which charted: #3 on the Beatport Overall Releases Top 100 #1 on Dubstep Top 100 #1 on Electro House Top 100 #1 Drum N Bass Top 100 #1 Glitch Hop Top 100 Candyland continues to pave their own lane bridging the gap between Trap, Dubstep, and House music with every original and remix they release.