Free Live Jazz Wednesdays at Flute Bar - Midtown, Wed, Dec 4 7:00p
Flute Bar - Midtown, 205 W. 54th St.,
Enjoy free live jazz (5-8pm) with The Yvonnick Prené Quartet featuring Yvonnick Prené (Harmonica), Michael King (Piano), Lorin Cohen (bass) & Jesse Simpson (drums). All guests must be age 21+ with valid ID. No exceptions About the performers : Yvonnick Prené (Harmonica) Jazz legend Lee Konitz says ?The most beautiful music I have ever heard on the harmonica?. Born in Paris, composer and band leader Yvonnick Prené has played with Manu Katche, Dave Glasser, Cyrille Aimee, and Ira Coleman among others. In 2011 he earned a master degree in Music and Research at the Sorbonne University and a Bachelor of Fine Art from The New School.?His debut album "Jour de Fête" on SteepleChase Records was chosen ?Revelation 2013? by Jazz Magazine. About EVR: EVR (Ever), an experiential lounge located in the heart of Manhattan?s Empire District, is a sleek and sophisticated destination offering an exclusive interactive experience. The 5,000 square-foot, dual level space features two bars, an elevated DJ booth, two curated cocktail menus created by expert in-house mixologist Orson Salicetti, and delectable nouveau-American cuisine. Combining industrial chic décor with cutting edge design elements including eclectic atmosphere lighting, vintage furniture, signature art installations and unique entertainment, EVR brings artistry with a high-energy milieu once thought only to exist Downtown to Midtown.
Vulgar Fashion made a video for "Golden Showers," playing shows, including NYC w/ Ejecta & Future Punx (dates
by Andrew Sacher
Denton's Vulgar Fashion released their self-titled 10" earlier this year, and they've now just made a video for its single "Golden Showers," a dark, gothy cut that leans towards the industrial-tinged synth pop of the '80s but with swirling layers of psychedelia. The new video is equally dark and psychedelic, and (spoiler alert) contains no visual depictions of the song's title. It premieres in this post and you can check it out below. And if you're noticing those glitches at the beginning and end too, it's either intentional on Vulgar Fashion's part or we're all collectively going insane.
Vulgar Fashion will be headed to NYC to open the previously discussed Ejecta (aka Leanne Macomber of Neon Indian and Joel Ford) show at Glasslands on Saturday (11/23), which also includes Parquet Courts' pals Future Punx and a DJ set from Chairlift's Caroline Polachek. Tickets for that show are still available.
Vulgar Fashion's only other scheduled dates at the moment are in their home state. All of those are listed, along with the new video and a stream of their 10", below...
It is a common pattern for advocates of any kind (Agile, Quality, Process Improvement methods, Waterfall, etc.) to start off banging a drum with almost religious zealotry. âThis is the way to achieve quality!â âFollow me or be cast aside!â I have certainly done this and many of the change agents and forward thinkers I respect in the industry have struggled with this as well in their careers. However, riding a train of dogmatic viewpoints and practices has, in many cases, ruined the original efforts of change agents and more tragically, created bad patterns of development. This presentation (also recently presented at the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference earlier this year) will explore how we can clarify our intentions and work towards creating an environment where the people involved are empowered to think and experiment but still march in the same general direction. As product development becomes more and more complex, different approaches are needed to get to the right outcome and we can no longer afford to apply rigid methods that worked for a simpler environment. This presentation will help the audience think critically about where they are being too dogmatic in their efforts while introducing some new ways of thinking around complex adaptive systems and complex product development. The full paper written for this conference presentation can be found here: http://www.uploads.pnsqc.org/2013/papers/t-095_Stadick_paper.pdf
Rhea Stadick is an Organizational Coach at Intel, Corp. She has spent the last eight years in software quality and development of engineering teams. Today she helps organizations across her company develop cultures and competencies to create thriving work environments that support excellence in product development. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from Oregon State University and M.B.A. from Willamette University. For the past several years she has organized the Rose City Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) in the Portland-metro area that gathers professionals in the area to learn and network.
A Special Treat from PNSQC
Plan on coming early! In collaboration with the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC) the SPIN meeting will have pizza and pop provided by PNSQC beginning at 5:30 pm. PNSQC is the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference, a group of volunteers interested in Software Quality. The Mission of the PNSQC is to enable knowledge exchange to produce higher quality software. As a non-profit, it seeks to promote software quality by providing education and opportunities for information exchange within the software community.
The Rose City Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN) is a monthly forum for networking, mutual support, and promotion of effective software practices. We exchange practical experiences, ideas, knowledge, wisdom, and war stories about the technical, business, and human facets of software process improvement. The Rose City SPIN serves the software development community of the Portland/Vancouver metro area. Whether you work for a large company or a small one, corporate or self-employed, industrial or academic setting, you are welcome at the Rose City SPIN.
Datacide is now on Mixcloud! The first three talks uploaded are from the Berlin launch event for issue 13 which took place Oct. 12th 2013. Check out the talks by Jason Skeet, David Cecil, and Mark Harrison: object
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Daniel Benito Kunz (produced as "D.I.C.E") has been crafting ominous loops of cutting-edge electronic music since 1999. Building a forte in sound design, he is best described as a sound traditionalist . His identical loop rhythmic structure and compositional techniques which incorporate elements of techno, tight sub bass, ambient and EBM delivers a hint of chaotic soundscape amidst artistry. A German/Italian by birth and residence in Germany, he independently released "ALL SOUNDS FOR FREE" on his Soundcloud page, some self-promotional ep's that made the industry to stand up to take notice, in early 1999. Daniel kam 1999 zum ersten Mal mit Techno-Sound und Crowd / Gigs in BerÃ¼hrung. Von Dub Techno und House war damals noch keine Rede und so waren Daniels erste Scheiben Monotone Floorfilla dieser Epoche. Infiziert von dieser elektronischen Musik suchte er nach einem geeigneten Club, um nur noch Techno auflegen zu kÃ¶nnen. 2002 grÃ¼ndete Daniel sein eigenes Fee Label D.E.C.O.N.X Records und verÃ¶ffentlichte gleich favorisierte Tracks, seine eigenen und die seiner Freunde - und das kostenlos. Highlight des Jahres waren diverse Projekte, zusammen mit diversen globalen Artist. Zwischen 2002 und 2013 beschallte Daniel Diverse lokale Clubs als Resident oder Gast! Ab 2010 ging es international zur Sache. In Deutschland standen auch regelmÃ¤Ãige Bookings und Veranstaltungen auf dem Programm. Die darauf folgende Debut Single "Berlin-Detroit EP" auf Foot Fetish Records und die V.A. Compilation wurde vor allem von der englischen Presse mit Bestkritiken rezensiert und in den Charts mit Platz Eins belohnt. Alles drehte sich um das Thema Techno - so nahm man Daniel auch auf das Welt Label TMM Records auf, das Artists wie Gayle San und andere globale Artists beherbergt. 2011 - 2012 zieht sich Daniel aus privaten GrÃ¼nden aus dem Musikbusiness zurÃ¼ck. Diese Zeit nutzte Daniel jedoch, um wieder vermehrt ins Studio zu gehen. Es entstanden Tranks, unter anderem z.B. mit dem KÃ¶lner Produzenten David Ramaszeder, mit dem Sachsen DATACORE, seinem engen Freund Ferat Kahlil sowie S-Tek (Audiolabor), aber auch mit derzeit sehr erfolgreichen KÃ¼nstlern Weltweit! Sein grÃ¶sster Durchbruch gelang Daniel nach dem HYPE Support von Claude Young und Jeff Mills, Orlando Voorn und vielen anderen Detroit Techno Legenden. 2013 Erscheint Daniels Debut Album #83 auf suedgut. Unter anderem erÃ¶ffnet Daniel erneut ein eigenes Free Download / Digital Portal dbk Records und bietet sich und globalen Freunden ein breit gefÃ¤chertes elektronisches Spektrum an Sound, das die Crowds, Followers und DJs von Techno erreicht! Nach der kurzen Studiopause ist Daniel wieder heiss auf Clubs, Releases und bereit seiner eigentlichen Berufung zu folgen - dem Auflegen. Wir dÃ¼rfen auf die Zukunft gespannt sein... jedes Live Set ist anders! Bis dahin: D.I.C.E is N.I.C.E 2013 / first VINYL 12" DEBUT on NASTY TEMPER RECORDS / a french based Label / owner Aymeric G. LINK https://soundcloud.com/mr-xy-d-i-c-e https://www.facebook.com/danielbenitokunz http://www.residentadvisor.net/profile/d.i.c.e
Events Ã¢Â¢ 31/12/2013 RAVE NEW WORLD | Ceephax Acid Crew
RAVE NEW WORLD31-12-2013WORM, Rotterdam
Club WORM brings you the hardest and deepest Rave, Acid, Jungle, Hardcore, IDM and a rockclashparty! With Ceephax Acid Crew, FFF, Coco Bryce, Emission, Ruwedata, YOKOCOLA (live), Frauduleus, The Siamese and more!
22:00 // â¬10 Early Bird // â¬15 Pre-sale // â¬20 Door
Ceephax Acid Crew is the ultimate acid-monster with a brilliant live-show. Ceephax Acid Crew is well known for the fact that he always brings his complete studio to his live-gigs wherever he goes. The result is a big analogue acid party with loads of 303, 101 and 909, a true paradise for Roland lovers!
While A Theory remains a relatively unknown production outfit, their debut EP is still managing to set the blogosphere alight. The One Point One EP transmits post-dubstep vibes akin to that of Hyperdub legend Burial on the track 'Elevens', but things go down a more industrial techno route on 'Tongue ...
Locals Only: Zed Bias Lists His Five Favorite Spots in Manchester
Manchester has long been one of the UK's most dependable musical hotbeds, with a decades-long lineage of pioneering outfits calling the historically industrial city home. Dave Jones fits snugly into that narrative, and whether he's operating as Maddslinky or Zed Biasâthe alias under which he just last week delivered his Boss LP for Loefah's Swamp81 imprintâhe's unquestionably an integral member of Manchester's electronic scene, serving the city as one of its foremost 2-step/UKG DJs and producers. As such, we've tapped Jones for the latest edition of Locals Only, asking the man from Manny to share some of his favorite spots from around the city and to highlight exactly where we might find the UK stalwart when he's not busy assembling new tunes in the studio.
HIRNTRUST38Format: 7" VinylArtists: Mr.DNA X DOS4GWReleased: 11.2013Copies: 200
Mr. DNA aka Big Rimz (Rap) in the ring with DOS4GW (Beats) featuring NoEmotion GoldMask (Rap). Lyrics jabbing you in the face. Haymaking bass and horrorcore neck snap beatsdeliver your ass to the canvas, bloody goshingfrom cuts above the left eye, ears ringing, as the sky and earth fold into themselves, the goddessrises from the rubble of perception, and wavedisruption weapons eliminate the pockets ofsurvivors.
Praxis Records Ã¢Â¢ Praxis 51 - Noize Creator: The Future is Cancelled OUT!
Praxis 51 â Noize Creator: The Future is Cancelled 12â³ & Download.
The mighty Noize Creator is back with a massive 4-track 12â on Praxis, titled âThe Future is Cancelledâ. Dystopian sounds, oppressive, dark and brutal, clash with distorted beats and breaks, creating harsh contrasts as well as scapes of disturbing harmony. Moments of calm erupt into rapid fire beats. With more than a nod to the early days of classic breakcore, redefining this sound for the present.
Events Ã¢Â¢ 18/01/2014 The Art Of Breakcore 2 @ Hall Of Fame, Tilburg NL
The Art Of Breakcore part 2 will be on january 18th, 2014 in the Hall of Fame, Tilburg.
This edition there will be debates about positive changes people can make together to create a better world.
There will be a panel of speakers that will tell why they do what they do and how they think what will be a possible future of life as we know it. Is the book 1984 by George Orwell the definitive future? Will there be one gigacompany that will rule our food supply forever? Or is there a way to a different future?
The music & visual program will give a reflection on the themes of the debate and the deeper view that art can give (as concluded during the the panel discussion of The Art Of Breakcore 1).
HYPNOSKULL (BE) Ant-Zen
Hypnoskull emerged as a project of Patrick Stevens in 1992, who combines the power of pure analog electronics with harsh rhythm structures to form an anarchic assault of noise and techno-industrial. After years of underground activism in the worldwide electronic underground network of industrial music, Hypnoskull reached a larger audience by putting out the album 'Rythmusmaschine 1-2' (199, followed by 'Ffwd>Burnout!'(1999) and 'Electronic Music Means War To Us' (2001). Before that, Stevens also made a name as one half of the duo Sonar, a hardcore Belgian rhythmical industrial project.
Rioteer is the brainchild of Bas Welling and hails from Tilburg Crackcity. Blending styles like Breakcore, Chiptune, 8 bit, Noise, Industrial, and Deviant Hardcore, he has been responsible for promoting the ruff uncompromising edge of sound in Holland and abroad and he is one of the most booked artist in this area of sound. Rioteer played around the globe at festivals like Breakcore gives me WOOD, Jason Forrests Wasted festival, Q-Base 2010, Todays Art, Gogbot Festival, Bloodnok Festival Tour Russia, The ZXZW Festival, Mayhem Outdoors Hardcore Festival.
BART HARD (Tilburg) Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot
Bart Hard is specialised in underground music. With his dj sets he made a international reputation with bookings in Berlin, Dresden, ZÃ¼rich, Kloten, Graz, Gent, Nijmegen, Arnhem, Nottingham and more. His style is known as pushing the limites of a genre, with extreme electronix, but also playing different styles under the aliasses of Bart Acid, DJ Hartpumper and DJ Of The Second Moon to name a few alter egos. After organising many different events in the range of breakcore, noise, speedcore, industrial and many more since 2001, he's now focussed on the new event series The Art Of Breakcore, in the hope to make a positive change to the world, and look for what's beyond art/music itself, when activism and underground culture meet to reach a higher level.
Great show for you today! We?re going to hear a live, in-studio performance from Khafru. But first, I?ve got some sad news to announce. Cheb i Sabbah died last week of stomach cancer. For those of you who didn?t know him, Chebi was a musician and composer from San Francisco. If there?s a genre that ?
Born and raised in Mexico, Ricardo Garduno, is no stranger to the global Techno underworld. Besides running his successful Techno imprint, Illegal Alien Records, heâs had numerous successful productions on some of the most reputable Techno labels around the world such as, Brood Audio, Sleaze Records, Driving Forces, Impact Mechanics, Machine Box and Frakture Audio! His music can be described as a perfect blend of organic and distorted twisted Techno! The deep, hypnotic grooves and unique kick drums pull you in and destroys any dance floor that they are dropped on! Ricardoâs music is heavily played and supported by the likes of Dubfire, Richie Hawtin, Chris Liebing, and Speedy J to name a few. Besides his successful Techno moniker, Ricardo has a second alias as âXordoâ, which explores the more experimental Minimal/Tech House genres. The biggest accomplishment of this project so far was last year as he released his first EP on Dubfireâs SCI+TEC label. He is also part of a duo called Pitchverb where he teams up with Techno Producer Andre Ramos, the result of their creations has been supported by some of the biggest names in the music business. 2013 is definitely paving a new and exciting path for Ricardo with the recent signing of him to Brood Audio. His music always has a presence in the label head, Erphunâs sets so it was only natural that Brood Audio add this talented artist to our distinct broody roster! For Bookings Contact: JODY at email@example.com LINK http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/ricardogarduno www.illegalalienrecords.com www.twitter.com/ricardogarduno1 https://soundcloud.com/ricardogardunomusic http://www.discogs.com/artist/ricardo+garduno https://www.facebook.com/ricardogardunomusic
Thanks for the feedback - glad to see that the extended book reviews find some interest. There were two even more detailed ones in datacide twelve which covered german language publications, and it's something I want to continue in the next issue. The whitepower music book is original in english though. Looks like everyone loves the two interviews! Note that the Q&A I did with Mark Spiral at the datacide release event in Berlin is now online here (as are the other two talks): http://www.mixcloud.com/datacide/
After the third and last release event in Los Angeles we are about to upload more audio as well as some video of the events, and after that start to publish the contents of the magazine on the datacide web site as wellâ¦
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