Monthly Archives: April 2010

All posts from April 2010

DEMF 10, Nonsense

Dear Paxahau: This is NOT Okay. No More “Underground” Stage!!!

Despite widespread complaints from last year regarding the sound and set-up at the “Underground” stage at DEMF (including some scathing comments from yours truly), Paxahau has gone ahead and stuck the “Made in Detroit” lineup (which includes most of the Detroit based artists performing at the festival, of course many of those being the black…

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Infinitestateradio 0012

This month we have a guest selector, Tom Cox playing some killer tracks for the fist 1.5 hours followed by a selection of funk, afro and exotic sounds by myself. Enjoy! Stream: here Download: here Here’s the tracklist for the first 1.5 hours, I’ll update later with the other 1.5 hrs. Shaolin Master Killer intro…

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Have You Had Trouble Commenting Here?

It has been brought to my attention many times over the past year or so that people have had problems leaving comments on ISM posts. Generally, it seemed to be some kind of irritating nonsense with Firefox’s Javascript implementation screwing with the spam-blocking plug-in we had installed. This resulted in the inability for people to…

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General, Music, Records

Early notes from the underground

While Underground Resistance is viewed as one of the most important and seminal record labels to emerge from the Detroit techno scene, there are a couple of smaller Detroit labels from around that time that had close ties with UR that have gone a little under the radar since. Both Vibe Records and Shockwave Records…

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Massive Record Reviews Post

I have been slacking on writing about records for almost two months. Currently, I’m trying to get back in the writing groove a bit so I’m just gonna run down a BUTTLOAD of ill shit that I have picked up recently.


I don’t live in Berlin either

A couple of weeks ago the makers of  “Speaking In Code” got in contact with me asking if ISM would like to have a look at their documentary. Myself and Tom decided that it would be interesting if we both watched the film and wrote about it from our own perspectives, seeing as one of…

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