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Monthly Archives: July 2010
I’m loving the amount of quality tracks turning up on bandcamp these days, its a great feeling to know that your dollar is going straight to the label / artist and not lining Steve Jobs / Mr Beatport’s pockets. Here’s a quick collection of stuff that I’ve stumbled across lately which is available for download via the site.
Anodyne Industries has released a sick 2 track EP “The Combat Singles”, very Noisia-esque / reesey. Both tracks are sure to destroy dancefloors.
Vibesquad, aka Aaron Holstein one of my favourite Glitch Hop producers has released his “New Creatures” EP earlier this month, which is totally on point. Heavy, wobbly, stuttered top notch productions from him as always.
Last but certainly not least Misk has put up a free album “Saturation” for download on his site, some fantastic glitch / electronica, real squeaky clean production, which isn’t to be missed.
From an early age inaudible had a passion for music and badly tailored suits, the former being a blessing in disguise as, born with a speaker for a head, he was never going to get a job as a Librarian or Taylor.
And so, for no other reason than to pad out his Biography and fulfil his love for writing about himself in third person tense, inaudible set out on the long road to becoming a superstar musician.
Starting as he meant to go on inaudible landed his first major gig at the Birth of Christ, after getting much respect from Joseph and Mary (Mary in particular, giggedy giggedy) inaudible decided to get his head down in the studio and work on his production for a casual 20 Centuries or so.
After spending such a long time away from the limelight inaudible found himself hungry to get out there and threw himself back at the scene with a whole host of high profile gigs including warming up for Martin Luthor’s infamous ‘I have a dream’ speech and playing in-between rounds 2 and 3 of the Tyson- Holyfield ’ear incident’ fight. Incidentally during that same period inaudible became the first person to DJ on the moon, Armstrong pulling some mean moonwalks to Inaudible’s bassline bombs.
Playing music from any one of many badly named flash-in-the pan band-wagon genres, inaudible always delivers.
- warming up the crowd for Martin
- dropping some underground ‘you aint heared this’ sh’t’ tunes during the birth of Christ.
- throwing down some beats, post Tyson taking a liking to Holyfield’s ear.
Native Instruments have just released this video of Dubfire testing another beautiful peice of NI Traktor hardware, designed purely with the purpose of giving you second thoughts about going down the Ableton route.
And I thought I was a geek…. this chap Andrew Sorensen codes music live using his own music programming language Impromptu. I can sort of vaguely follow what he’s doing. Really interesting stuff to watch, I can imagine it working really well on a big screen with the right audience. He has some videos up in the the gallary on his site.
It’ something I’d love to get into but clearly dont have enough time to do with life and pimpin getting in the way.
I’ve just updated the inaudible.org.uk with a new design, you can still find the old site here incase you have any problems with the new one (I know my phone doesn’t enjoy the new site too much) or just plain don’t like the new design. I’ve also added separate sections for News and general ramblings to keep things tidy.
My main reason for not updating the site regularly was that inaudible related news could have been lost between my rants, however now they have separate sections I’ve no excuse for not updating the site regularly with verbal diarrhoea.
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