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Chendo (San Francisco) - DJ set / live instrumental
Saturday, 15th June 2013
inSpiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 8QS
His live sets draw on a wide range of influences having grown up studying western and indian classical music and experiencing and performing at Burning Man for many years

His performances include live playing over top of DJ'ed sets and will span between minimal house to chill out to mid-tempo and hip-hop. His previous chill-out project, Sonic Valium was called "nap music for grown-ups or hardcore shavasana" and was infamous for starting up many mornings in the desert

http://www.chendotunes.comhttp://www.soundcloud.com/sonicvalium

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Batukarma, Free 21st Century Latinspired Basement Session
Saturday, 30th November 2013
The CLF Art Cafe @ The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Sat Nov 30, The Free Entry Batukarma returns with a new home [The CLF Art Cafe Basement], new slot [last Saturday bi-monthly] and a new spirit

[21st Century latin-spired Musica]. Bringing you some of the tastiest toughest beats from across the planet

Latin House, Breaks and Bass [with taste] served with a side of Retro-Audio-Mace in your face

Beautifully Dangerous New Latinspired joints Dropped by Zonk Residents Jazzheadchronic [South London Soul Train], Dj Kalina, Bump N' Grind [Zonk Disxco] alongside special guests Live artists and rotating DJ's like the Legendary Lubi and this month the amazing John Armstrong

But be warned, this ain't no Salsa club

This one's all about the 21st century fusion of it all

100% Latin-spired groove

Loud, live, fast and direct to the dance floor

Ohhhh Yah!

Event runs 10pm - 4am in the new Clf Art Cafe Basement

Admission free on the last Saturday Bi-Monthly.

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8 months ago
Pineapple Tribe
Friday, 27th September 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
If you've ever seen Pineapple Tribe at carnival you'll know what to expect from them, and they've also brought in the big guns for their first ever event at Brixton Jamm, consisting of the Plump DJ's - one of the biggest names in breakbeat, and the legendary Meat Katie will be making a rare London appearance

They'll also be showcasing some of the newest and most exciting talent from the breakbeat scenes, including a rare opportunity to see some of London's finest underground DJ's.

Coming out of the free party scene of the early 90's, Pineapple Tribe have been entertaining crowds ever since with their distinctive mix of breaks, old school hardcore and techno, including hosting a stage at Notting Hill for almost 20 years too

The Line up:
Room 1
PLUMP DJ's
MEAT KATIE
PINEAPPLETRIBE DJ's

Room 2
Jurassik
CasualBreakin
KidChameleon
Mike Lewis (Hub Sounds)
J-Rae (Reclaim the Beach)
Freshold & Retrix
Axon (Kane FM)

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10 months ago
Supatronix & Official Elite Force Boat Party Afterparty
Saturday, 13th July 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
The night features two sets from eclectic legend Elite Force himself, the first being a rare back to back appearance with long-time collaborator Meat Katie, and the second a special early hours performance under his new Simon Shackleton monicker

Co-headlining, we have the debut full-length UK set appearance from Spanish breaks legend Colombo

A Breakspoll-winner and hero of the scene, he's never played in Britain outside of the annual breakbeat awards, so this is a rare treat indeed for the heads

Support in room one comes from Supatronix's Jurassik and Se7en Deadly Breaks (newly crowned best breakthrough DJs at Breakspoll), along with California-based breaks DJ The Scritch, the globetrotting hero of the Nexus stage at the annual Burning Man festival in the States

In room two, tech icons Mike Hulme and Resistance are joined by Supatronix regulars Miss Monument and B-Roll.

Visuals in both rooms will be provided by regular Elite Force collaborators Meat Cassette, so this will be something special to look at too

The Line up:
Room one:

Elite Force vs Meat Katie (Back2Back UK Exclusive)
Colombo (Debut full length UK set)
Jurassik
Se7en Deadly Breaks
The Scritch
Visuals / Mapping by Meat Cassette

Room two:

Simon Shackleton (Sunrise Set)
Mike Hulme (U&A /Stereophoenix)
Resistance (Lowdown & Dirty)
Miss Monument
B-Roll
Visuals by Meat Cassette

More information on the boat party and joint tickets which get you into both events here:

http://www.eliteforcemusic.com/boatparty/

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Batukarma, 21st Century Latin-Spired Musica, Free Entry
Saturday, 25th January 2014
The CLF Art Cafe @ The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Sat Jan 25, The Free Entry Batukarma returns for its last Saturday bi-monthly slot

21st Century latin-spired Musica

The tastiest toughest beats from across the planet

Latin House, Breaks and Bass [with taste] served with a side of Retro-Audio-Mace in your face

Beautifully Dangerous New Latin-spired joints Dropped by Zonk Resident Jazzheadchronic [South London Soul Train], Martin Sage, Mock The DJ and ... we are really truly excited to welcome back LIVE The Audio Brother of Jazzheadchronic, CLF Co-founder / One of the Worlds Leading Acousti-lectric Drummers and Producers Inna-Most Marque Gilmore [Drum FM, Black Rock Coalition, Project 23, Omar Sosa] performing Live

A one man sonic soundscape taking you to planet hot damn and how

An audio treat that you absolutely will never forget

This ain't hype

This is for real

If you think you know what a Drummer is??? Check this man Live

True 21st Soul

Simply Mind Blowing!!!!

Be warned, this ain't no Salsa club

This one's all about the 21st century fusion of it all

100% Latin-spired groove and bass - Loud, live, fast and direct in yoh face and direct to the dance floor

Ohhhh Frikkin Yah

Event runs 10pm - 5am - Admission free, the last Saturday Bi-Monthly.

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7 months ago
Daliee's Jukebox Over The Moon Parties
Saturday, 12th October 2013
The Book Club, 100 - 106 Leonard Street, Hoxton and Shoreditch, EC2A 4RH
Music Policy:
This month Daliee's welcome DJ Rompa playing a fine style of hip hop, dancehall and reggae.

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11 months ago
Ginglik's Friday Shakedown
Friday, 7th June 2013
Ginglik, 1 Shepherds Bush Green, Shepherds Bush, W12 8PH
Jamie (Tomb Crew)
Cementing themselves as DJ's "with a live act feel" for those people who need to dance, have been steadily tearing down raves from Newcastle to New York in the last few years

Constant touring has seen them play alongside the worlds biggest DJ's in the worlds biggest clubs, and allowed them to form musical bonds with people who love bass music!

DJ ShortyDJ Shorty plays the tunes you wish you had never forgotten and leave you with something to remember

He's all about good times with good music, whatever genre it falls into

Most of all, he plays for the people, not to the people.

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2 months ago
#KDE releases first KDE Frameworks 5 Alpha! http://bit.ly/1hjpnID

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6 months ago

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.



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Vitamin B Feat. Marten HØRGER at House of Yes, Fri, Aug 16 11:00p
2013-08-17
House of Yes, 342 Maujer St.,
Vitamin B feat. Marten HØRGER Get ready for another installment of our increasingly inaccurately categorized 1 st Friday Breaks Party. Breaks? Yep. Party? Damn right!. 1 st Friday? Well? But, as usual, we have an excellent excuse. You see, I thought Tektite had the keys to the party and he thought Barney Iller had the keys. We now suspect that Guncle may have hidden them in one of his interns, but he is being uncooperative. We had to hotwire the party and now we?re ready to roll. An even better (and more believable) excuse is that we were able to book Marten HØRGER on 8/16 so we went for it. We?re really excited to have him at the party. He?s a hell of a producer and a hell of a DJ and he?s coming all the way from Stuttgart, Germany. We?ve also got DJ Dane from the Dusty Rhino in San Francisco. Wait, two out of town guests, one from Germany and still only $10 presale?? What?!? This is the last Vitamin B at the current House of Yes location. Come send us out with a bang! MARTEN HØRGER | Smash Hifi, Stamina ? Stuttgart, Germany He?s your favorite artists? favorite artist! Marten Hørger has been publically hailed as the bonified hero of the Stanton Warriors, the Plump DJs and Krafty Kuts, and was slated to be the man to watch by DJ Icey ? all within the space of 12 months! These praises have been backed up with commissions to provide official remixes for all three superstar acts. And all this while he´s in the studio with Leeroy Thornhill (the Prodigy) to record an Album as Smash HIFI) This reputation for being a party animal led to international bookings the world over - from Brixton to Brisbane to Ibiza and Siberia; including four Australian tours, three North American tours, and billings at major festivals and internationally renowned institutions such as the Love Parade, Fabric, Shambhala, Snowbombing, Mayday, KaZantip, Streetparde, Tresor, Breakspoll, Nature One, Notting Hill Carneval and many more. Apart from being a DJ, Producer, party connoisseur, and all-around-nice-guy, Marten runs several monthly club nights in Germany and Austria including the infamous, ?Stamina Club?, which has just celebrated its 10th anniversary, with its booking and artist management, side arm, ?Stamina Agency?, responsible for bringing the world?s premier bass music artists to Germany and Austria. https://soundcloud.com/marten-horger DJ Dane | Dusty Rhino, I like it Dirty ? San Francisco DJ Dane is known for his dirty, bouncy, sexy, booty-shakin' style. You'll find him with a smile performing at clubs, undergrounds, renegades and festivals in San Francisco, Burning Man and beyond. He produces the popular I Like it Dirty Podcast, a unique blend of breaks, electro, progressive, tech and house. He is a resident DJ of Burning Man's Dusty Rhino. And of course, your favorite residents: TEKTITE | Vitamin B / Blackbird Squadron ? Brooklyn, NY Barney Iller | Vitamin B / Mischief ? Brooklyn, NY Tim The Enchanter | Vitamin B ? Brooklyn, NY Check out our live sets from the last Vitamin B (7/12/2013) Tim The Enchanter https://soundcloud.com/spacecowboys/tim-the-enchanter TEKTITE https://soundcloud.com/spacecowboys/tektite-vb DOOR: GUNCLE | Vitamin B, NYC Visuals by VJ DoctorMojo http://mojovideotech.com/

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Philly 360° Playlist: Khari Mateen Releases "Full Moon" Recorded Live At Chris' Jazz Cafe
21st June 2014

This week?s playlist comes from a familiar face in the Philly music scene?songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Khari Mateen. Most recently, Mateen released a live performance video of his song ?Full Moon,? recorded during a performance at popular Center City music spot Chris? Jazz Café.

Not only is the track a great listen but catching one of Khari's one-man shows is definitely a sight to see. Khari not only sings and incorporates innovative electronics into his live set, the versatile performer even breaks into a cello solo mid-song.

The original ?Full Moon? track features Philly based emcee Sugar Tongue Slim?more simply known as STS. The smooth track easily gets your head nodding and STS? southern drawl and bounce is the perfect addition. It?s sultry without dragging and makes you want to listen back a couple times to hear all the nuances of the production and lyrics.

As a producer Mateen has worked alongside of popular Philly artists including The Roots, and has even collaborated with Jill Scott, Tye Tribbett, James Poyser and more. Getting an early start lending his talent to former group Nouveau Riche alongside Philly-based singer/songwriter Nikki Jean and The Roots' rap prodigy Dice Raw, Mateen now captivates audiences all on his own. He has performed his latest solo music on the road with acts like fellow Philly musician and producer, RJD2 and Cody Simpson.

Mateen epitomizes a generation that does it all?and does it well. From being a classically trained cellist to a mastermind producer and vocalists, Khari is well respected on the Philly music scene as an artists who approaches his crafts with precision and excellence.  

There is definitely something soulful and classic, yet still fresh, pop and new in each and every one of his tracks. Take a listen to ?Full Moon? below and make certain to check out his latest body of work Qualia: Fall.

   

Check out Khari Mateen performing "Full Moon" live at Chris' Jazz Cafe in Center City.  



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Disco Techa Featuring DJ Undakova, Hosted by Disco Mike
2013-09-25
Leftfield, 87 Ludlow St., New York
Leftfield, Wed, Sep 25 1:00a

From New York City comes a DJ that refuses to be caged under any category. His music ranges from disco, funk and breaks, to classic dance tracks smoothly mixed with his own creations. His sets fill the dance floor air with Latin beats, Reggae and Inspirational Hip Hop so effortlessly, the music is like smoke from different scented candles mixing in the air: you taste and smell them all at once but can?t tell them apart. U.N.D.A.K.O.V.A.?s superb musical taste, appreciation for all danceable rhythms and great artistic sensitivity, makes him a unique DJ that moves the crowd. Check out live mixes at: DJundakova.com

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Kerry Leva at Rise, Fri, Mar 28 11:55p
2014-03-29
Rise, 306 Stuart St., Boston
Kerry Leva is an electronic music producer, singer/songwriter, and pianist from Boston. Kerry broke through as a prolific producer with her remix of 'As The Rain Falls' (with Ad Brown and Matt Lange) earning support from Above & Beyond and other EDM notables. As a DJ, Kerry blends deep house, progressive house, breaks, and trance into her sets, and takes them further by incorporating live vocal performance into shows.

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Head on High Productions' One Year Anniversary Featuring Cloud D & Ratchet
2013-10-25
Midtown Barfly, 1119 21st St.,
For 1 year on the Exact Day of this event Head On High Productions will be turning One Year OLD!!!We have partied with all of you at Several different clubs in Sacramento and have decided to place this Very Special event at Midtown Barfly and we plan on going all the way till 3am with the Goopiest Bass Music in Sacramento!!! We have been putting All Of Our Heart And Soul into providing Sacramento with some very new and fresh Dubstep/Glitch/Bass music and observing Alot of Great Talent from all over the Wes t Coast and have decided to bring back Some of our very favorite Heady talent from the past 12 months. :) Back in April 2013 this guy Tore Shenanigans In Half. The one and only Cloud D blew our minds open so far, we had to bring him back!!! This guy plays some of the freshest Original tracks we herd all year and want to share it with you again. :)This Special Event Will Be A Late One :) We Have Decide To Open The Doors At 9PM And Rage All The Way Till 3 Am So Make Sure You Get Your Party Face On Because Anniversaries Only Happen Once A Year! Everything Will Be Here, Live Visual Projection Lasers, Dancers, Amazing Hohp Drink Specials, A Double Headliner Event, Multiple Raffles For Free Art/Music, And A Whole Bunch Of Very Very Happy People! If You Have Not Met Me Yet, I Am George Galea And I Own The Licensed Company Head On High Productions And I Have Realy Realy Enjoyed Throwing These Events With You Guys Over The Last 12 Months :) Share This Once A Year Special Day With Everyone. We Have Been Putting Months Of Work Into It Just For You Guys :) *******Here Is Our Anniversary Lineup********** ^^^^^^^^^^hohp Main Stage^^^^^^^^^^ -Cloud-D https://soundcloud.com/cdmusic https://cloud-d.bandcamp.com/ Cloud-d is a self taught sound designer / bass scientist from Denver, Co. Cloud has been developing, innovating, and crafting his own unique style of bass music since 2008. Cloud-d is apart of the Mile High Sound Movement and Family Moons. -Ratchet https://soundcloud.com/ratchetmusic Andrew C (Aka Ratchet) was destined to make music. He has a prolific background in multiple musical instruments like drums, keyboard, alto sax, trombone and his family roots are firmly planted in funk music. His technical drive and appreciation for music were honed early on while he built subwoofer boxes for friends' cars. Ratchet later ran a custom stereo shop and got into it at SPL drag races, where burping your sound system was celebrated. In 2002, his technical and artistic talents converged again in the form of DJing the alternative side of bassmusic, like D&B and new schools breaks. The experience left Ratchet hungry for more and he started producing Idm in 2005. Since then he has been writing techy, bass-driven midtempo that ranges from sexy to silly, and sad to scary. Ratchet's current sound can be described as clean, dynamic and complex. At times his work seems mechanically precise; at others it feels driven by quiet white space and a wide range of emotion. It is in this way that each set takes the audience on a unique journey stemming from his technical drive, but it is always peppered with his polytonal melodies and pockets of warmth and love. He is sure to continue his fantastic musical voyage for years to come. -5TH Bar Drop https://soundcloud.com/5thbardrop -G.A.M.M.A. Vs. Atom One https://soundcloud.com/djgamma https://soundcloud.com/djatomone -G.A.M.M.A.: Djgamma.com / Stilldream.org / Midnite / Left Coast Techno Sacramento, Ca Born and raised in Northern California, G.A.M.M.A. (Aka Paul Plescov) burst onto the techno scene in 1997. Listening to many different styles of underground electronic music at a young age has made G.A.M.M.A.?s own musical style diverse, hypnotizing, and addictive. Spinning a continuous and flawless mix of techno, dubstep, breaks and house, has brought G.A.M.M.A. worldwide notoriety. Helping form the Stilldream Collective in the year 2000 proves G.A.M.M.A. is not just another DJ. This company in the last 12 years has thrown numerous parties / festivals, as well as brought to California ears the unrelenting and mind boggeling sounds of Tipper, Hybrid, Mark Farina, Bassbin Twins, Uberzone, 12th Planet, Doc Martin, Heavyweight Dub Champion, Medicine Drum, Myagi, Chris Liberator, Aaron Liberator, Julian Liberator, and Dustin Zahn. With a strong dedication to quality, Stilldream brings innovative music to everyone. 2011 brought G.A.M.M.A. to the forefront of the Northern California Electronic music scene opening for such acts as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Porter Robinson, Borgore, Excision, Le CastleVania, Zeds Dead, Antiserum, Designer Drugs and Figure to name a few. Respected and revered by all, G.A.M.M.A. has had the privilege over the years to spin alongside such legends as Dave Ralph, Judge Jules, Uberzone, Bassbin Twins, Doc Martin, Dave Dresden, Bassnectar, Freq Nasty, Vibesquad, John Selway, Dj Dan, Dylan Rhymes, Misstress Barbara, Claude Von Stroke, Danny the WildChild, Donald Glaude, and D.A.V.E. The Drummer. With well over 500 parties/events to his name, (including Burning Man 03/04/05/06/08/09/10/11, Symbiosis Gathering 06, Give Thanks 2009, 2010 & 2011, Summer Love 2009 & 2010, Stay Up Forever, Memories as well as numerous residencies in California and Oregon) G.A.M.M.A. still makes each night seem like the first. His enthusiastic spirit and passion show in every performance. "Electronic Music is music in its truest form, it is innovative, intelligent and limitless and I see some of the most ground breaking productions and new ideas in that genre of music. I?m going to keep pushing the sound". That?s G.A.M.M.A. . . . pushing the sound, leading the way, and leaving an indelible mark on a musical landscape called techno. -Atom One: NationalEntity.com, MidniteEvents.com ? Sacramento, Ca Stage Presence. Being a DJ holds a title of having great track selection but also an exciting persona under the spot light. 1998. A friend of Atom, who was a SF club dj, introduced him to the world of mixing music. A year later he purchased equipment and began practicing. Atom O.N.E. has had 5 years of radio experience on KDVS 90.3fm at peak hours in Sacramento. Heading up National Entity Productions at full steam in 2006, he has created some of the memorable and largest events in the Sacramento, Bay Area, and Reno regions. Atom O.N.E. has been playing with DJ?s from across the globe for over a decade. Such artists include: Uberzone, Bassbin Twins, Designer Drugs, Christopher Lawerance, Richard Vision, Datsik, La Riots, Ak1200, and many more. All along these artists, his musical journey has taken him across the U.S. to cities and states such as: Colorado, New Jersey, Nevada, Los Angles, Eugene & Bend Oregon, and many more. In this time he has released five produced tracks on various labels. Having an elcectic musical taste, Atom One prefers to mix Electro Breaks, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, and Jungle. Not only being able to walk into any stage and execute a killer set, Atom O.N.E. is also a man whom name carries adoration and recognition far beyond the DJ mixer. For many years he has been organizing electronic dance music events under National Entity Productions that benefited established charities such as: Spca animal shelters, Sacramento Food Bank, Red Cross, and the Salvation Army. In 2008, Atom One has been declared the Production Manager for Northern California?s respected MidniteEvents.com and Stilldream.org. These two leading production companies have been providing the Northern California audience with top class world headliners and exceptional stage production. ?No matter what style of music, it all carries an indescribable feeling. An essence, a feeling of happiness and it drowns the world out around you. I can only be a messenger of these emotions as I express that when performing for a crowd.? As Atom One graces our listening ears with every performance, he brings forth an energy that the audience can not only hear, but our souls can feel. -Big Joe Daddy https://soundcloud.com/dj-big-joe-daddy Hi! My name is Joey Wisgirda. I also go by Big Joe Daddy. I live in the SF Bay Area, and make glitch-hop and dubstep. I play trumpet and a special wind controller ( Morrison Digital Trumpet www.digitaltrumpet.com.au/ ), live and in the studio,controlling Ableton, Reason, Kyma, Alchemy, and a host of other hardware and software instruments, especially physical modeling ones. It lets me, among other things, produce very realistic acoustic instrument sounds.I started out as an orchestral trumpet player, them switched to jazz, funk, and Salsa, then studied composition with John Tchicai ( Coltrane, Archie Shepp, etc. ) .... energy music! I've performed with bunches of folks ( Alton Ellis, John Tchicai, Karl Denson, Hamsa Lila, Mutaytor, Joe Craven, DJ Dragonfly, and many others .... ), and shared the stage with many more ( John Scofield, Bassnectar, Galactic, Ozomatli, Tipper, Kraddy, Beats Antique, Charlie Hunter, and many others as well ... ) Let me know if you like what I do! I teach electronic music production at the UC Davis Experimental College in Davis Ca. I also own a sound rig, all Bag End, about 30 Kwatts and a Gamble-EX56 Foh console ( all Grateful Dead technology - Owsley even helped design the crossover ). I'm also part of a Davis electronic music composer's group called the Chillage People : Spokenbird, Lazer Tooth, Dubzilla, Scrivvy, Oddjob, Henry Chatfield, Chester, Dissent, KOlectric, Urple Eeple, and Mia Lolita, Isotope, and Isturite !! -Crescendo www.whoiscrescendo.com Crescendo is a Sacramento born DJ with different styles & tastes of music with elite track selection and mixing professionalism. Whether in the club or in the underground realm, with over 14 years of dj-ing experience, Crescendo has learned how to keep the energy growing on the dance floor. He has shared the stage with artists such as SPL, Zeds Dead, Noah D, Truth, 6Blocc (R.A.W.), Dbridge, Ufo! and many others. He is not a genre specific performer, however. Versatility is one of Crescendo's greatest attributes. Digging deep into the genre playing fields of dubstep and drum & bass, he is also sought after for his talent and experience with the hip hop & club nightlife. Head On High Productions is very happy to bring Cloud D all the way out from Colorado again for you guys and couldn't be Happier with such a Bassfull line up like this! Get ready for the one and only everything we are about, Heady Bass Music! :) Much Love And Respect For Being So Positive About Everything We Have Been Bringing :) Much Love To Stilldream for helping us make this a Kick Ass 1 Year Anniversary! Like There Page: https://www.facebook.com/stilldream.festival *****$15.00 At The Door***** ******$10.00 Pre-Sales At****** http://headonhigh1year.eventbrite.com/

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9 months ago
Renovation Report: Circolo, Telepan, db Bistro & More Closed for Renovations
2013-09-06

The end of August is when a lot of New York restaurants take breaks either for vacations or renovations. Here's a roundup of notable bars and restaurants that are currently closed for renovations and revamps, with information about what to expect when they reopen:
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Circolo by Emma Kestler

Noho: Circolo is taking the week off, but an employee at the restaurant says that it will reopen on Tuesday night as Circolo 45, and it will have a new menu and new branding. Earlier this week, Gael Greene tweeted: "Circolo on Bond St. closes Thursday for a white, orange & grey tufted banquette redo, opens Tuesday Sept 3 with more classic Italian menu."

Upper West Side: Telepan is currently getting a revamp from Evan and Oliver Haslegrave's Home design company. The team from Home is working on the lighting, the floors, and the banquettes, and the room will have a different color palette when it reopens, too. It will reopen on September 6.

Nolita: Botanica Bar closed a few weeks ago for renovations, and now word on the street is that it's getting ready to reopen tonight. Bowery Boogie stopped by earlier this week: "That dark dive decor is now a thing of the past, instead replaced with something seemingly befitting its upstairs relative, Estela."

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db Bistro Moderne, courtesy of the restaurant

Midtown: db Bistro Moderne closed on August 11 for a complete redesign of the space from Jeffrey Beers. The new layout will include a full cocktail bar ? previously, the space only had a service bar. When it reopens, db Bistro will also have a new menu from Vetri alum Jim Burke, who is now the restaurant's executive chef. In a statement about the revamp, Boulud notes: "We are looking forward to introducing the new menu, blending our inspiration from French traditional bistro dishes, with the vibrant, seasonal-market offerings of New York...Our menu will be punctuated as well by spice, seasoning and flavor of the ethnic influences of this city." It will reopen towards the end of next month.

Flatiron District: Prandial closed after one year in business, but the same owners are going to open a new restaurant in the space called 1200 miles. This will be a New American restaurant, and the menu will have North African and French influences. The owners hope to open it in September.

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JoeDoe by Emma Kestler

East Village: JoeDoe closed last week, but Joe Dobias and Jill Schuster plan to reopen the space next month as Joe and MissesDoe, a "blue-plate-special spot," with a menu that will include things like French dip dumplings and duck confit tacos. The space will feature a retro "food & drink" marquee sign and kitschy decor.

Tribeca: Masaharu Morimoto is partnering with Macao Trading Co.'s Patrick Fahey and Emmanuelle LaSalle Hill and Tommy Hill of Los Americanos on a revamp of Tribeca Canvas. This iteration of the space will be called Canvas, and it will have a new menu and a different design. It's slated to open next month.

West Village: The main dining room at Red Farm is closed for three to four weeks of renovations. But in the meantime, Joe Ng and Ed Schoenfeld are doing a pop-up called Red Farm Steak in the new street-level space.

And, as noted earlier today, both locations of Mile End are currently closed for renovations, but they will both reopen tomorrow with new menu items and new hours.



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7 months ago
Zoola Live Presents...
Friday, 18th October 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
The 18th October will mark a year since Zoola Live was born onto the sticky lounge floor of a family mansion on the outskirts of London, during the mother of all house parties

They'll be celebrating this momentous occasion with another blow-out party at our venue but unlike most birthdays, they'll be the ones dishing out the beats and you'll be the ones feeling bruised the next day

Check out this line up below and get in early on tickets while you can!

The Line up:
GARAGE l HOUSE l BASS l GRIME l DnB l BREAKS from...

PINCH
PREDITAH
LAST JAPAN
OSSIE
LORCA
BARELY LEGAL
STAR ONE
CHUBBA
YANAKU
IRATION UK
VIS-À-VIS
P-WORD

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10 months ago
Ancient Methods Live (Downwards/AM, Berlin)
2013-08-30
Goodgod Small Club
Tickets http://bit.ly/AncientMeth odsLive

Building on stints at Tre sor and Hardwax in the late 90s, A ncient Methods was formed in 2005, with marbled vinyl releases on th e eponymous label commencing in 20 07 and continuing to be rolled out consistently up to the present da y.

Collaborations with Regis (Sa ndwell District) led to the well-r eceived "Ugandan Methods" releases on Downwards and AM. Other notabl e releases and remixes have surfac ed on labels such as Perc Trax, So nic Groove, RSB, Prosthetic Pressi ngs, and Fondation Sonore.

Ever s ince its inception, the project ha s fuelled a diverse movement withi n the electronic music scene, brea king free of the zeitgeist, with a n immeasurable global impact on li steners, DJs, and producers.

To p ut it simply, the sound represents Techno at its visceral best.

"an energy that is barely contained, an aural evocation of the moment b efore a fallen power line hits the ground and sparks go flying" – Resident Advisor

"beats are sophi sticated, syncopated and polyrhyth mic, full of squashed breaks and t he kind of broken tunnelist groove s so beloved of Berghain and its r esidents" – FACT Magazine

"musi c that’s as engaging as it is un compromising" – Little White Ear buds

"raw and powerful, without s acrificing quality or care" – mn ml ssgs

http://bit.ly/AMpromolive sethttp://www.ancientmethods.com http://www.facebook.com/ancientme thods1

Ancient Methods (live) wi ll be supported by Methodix and St u-Har.
http://soundcloud.com/metho dix

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The Disco Biscuits
2013-12-26
Best Buy Theater, 1515 Broadway,
The Disco Biscuits are an entirely different band today than they were when they first broke out of Philadelphia in the mid-90s. That's not to say that they've abandoned their foundations, switched gears entirely, or set sail for distant shores. The Disco Biscuits are still very much the trailblazers of "trance-fusion" that they've always been, bridging the gap between electronic music and jam bands. They remain rock pioneers whose soul belongs as much to marathon dance parties as it does to live improvisational journeys. They still employ emerging technologies to help them create music that is 100 percent human, although perhaps not entirely of this earth. But after spending the past three years in the studio during breaks in touring they've resurfaced with Planet Anthem, a record that is undeniably unlike anything else they've ever created before. "Our only goal was to make a great album," says keyboardist Aron Magner. "That was the only concept from the very beginning." But Planet Anthem is more than a great album it's about to become a reference point for a whole set of new weapons in the Disco Biscuits' arsenal. "It's all about making sure that you have the material that you feel confident is, without a doubt, going to make a difference in your career," bassist Marc Brownstein explains. "We want to have this album be a game changer for us." In the past, the Disco Biscuits would try to convert their most recent live songs into studio versions, but with Planet Anthem the band is eagerly attempting to do the opposite taking new studio compositions and making them a seamless part of their live repertoire. It's a challenge that will no doubt shape the new face of Disco Biscuits jams. Indeed, now that Planet Anthem is finally complete, the Disco Biscuits can at long last return to their primary function as one of America's most in-demand live jam bands. And the new material will make the trek with them, adapting at every turn. Says Brownstein: "People might hear a new song like 'Loose Change' and be a little freaked out that it's a pop song, but we're going to take that song live and we're going to jam the s~~t out of it." In other words, meet the new Biscuits, at once much evolved yet still much the same as the old Biscuits. This is still the band that hosts Camp Bisco each summer, a three-day festival which they anchor while bringing the "trance-fusion" style to life with back-to-back sets by some of the world's top electronic acts, jam bands, MCs and DJs. They will continue to headline prestigious venues like Red Rocks, tear up stages at world-renowned festivals like Japan's Fuji Rock, and embark on tours during all four seasons. But Brownstein is right Planet Anthem is going to be a game changer. It's a game where everybody wins, but the Disco Biscuits remain firmly in the lead. Age Restrictions:: 16 & Over ~AXS

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'Contact' Drum Bass Nights At The Lucky Dog Every Sunday at Lucky Dog Music Hall, Sun, Sep 29 9:00p
2013-09-30
Lucky Dog Music Hall, 89 Green St.,
'Contact' Drum Bass nights at The Lucky Dog Every SUNDAY. $5 Public Woo Card: Swipe for points today College Woo Card: Swipe for points today Website: Contact. A brand new night coming to Worcester, Ma in July. We truly believe life is better somewhere around 87 bpm, and we're keen on sharing that with you. We've got a lot going on in our first year, so stick around, we're coming for you. Description To make a long story short, Contact is the brainchild of a few of the most seasoned and well known DJs and producers in the area, and they've decided Worcester needed a grown up night. Brought to you by Flex mgmt, Contact believes there's nothing better on earth than some good dnb and breaks, so that's what we've decided to do. Catering solely to the 21 crowd, you can be assured there are no silly antics here. No themes, or foam, or gimmicks. Just serious, heavy, grinding drum and bass, every single week. We've already got massive things planned and huge artists booked to come make your feet go from literally across the world. CONTACT. Because life is better at 87bpm. The Lucky Dog Music Hall, 89 Green St. Worcester, Ma 01604. All Shows are 21 unless otherwise noted.

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