Monthly Archives: April 2009

All posts from April 2009

Culture, Music

This Friday, in SF

For those of you in the San Francisco bay area that would like to hear some of the music we write about on this blog, I’ll be playing this Friday, May 1st, at Swig (561 Geary St. @ Taylor), alongside Dave Siska of Sonic Sunset fame.  Expect to hear Italo disco, Brit-tech (such as B12,…

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Culture, Music


I meant to write something sooner about this, but to follow on from Tom’s last post about the launch of DJHistory’s first book ‘The Disco Files’ there is a book launch party tonight (30th April) in London. To celebrate the launch of the book Bill Brewster has convinced the legendary French underground disco group Arpadys…

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TR-One/Broken Audio Movement Interview

Our favourite young, double-monikered scallywags from the wilds of the Irish  countryside (eh, Carlow to be precise) have a great interview up on the  Bodytonic website you can read here. There is also a nice freebie track to download on the page too.

Making A Record


The next step after the master lacquer has been cut is for the lacquer to be plated. Plating is an electro-chemical process that deposits nickel onto a thin layer of liquid silver solution that is first applied to the lacquer. This process is being done for this record at Mastercraft Metal Finishing in New Jersey….

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“It Was My Sound”: An Interview with Egyptian Lover

I just posted an article about the Egyptian Lover over at Intergalactic FM: Nile Style: The Resurgence of the Egyptian Lover’s Empire. Because I know how you guys at ISM love the nitty-gritty details, I’m posting the full text of the interviews I did by phone and email with the Lover here.