Monthly Archives: August 2011

All posts from August 2011

Culture, General

Words of Support for the “Techno Rebel”

As some of the subscribers to the 313 mailing list may already know, Dan Sicko, the author of the book “Techno rebels”–the seminal work about the beginnings of techno/dance scene in Detroit during the late ’70s/early ’80’s, and the creative force behind the Moodmat blog–is very ill. ┬áDetails regarding Dan Sicko’s current condition are on…

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General, Records

Summer Waxing

Now that we’ve resumed some sort of regularity again on here, it’s time for another record round up covering some of my summer purchases. While I have stopped, for the most part, buying records on line this year, it’s nice that I can still rely on a local store, namely the combined forces of Earwiggle…

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General, Interviews, Music, Records

New Records, Future Times & Victor Rosado Interview

Just a quick round up of some new releases I’ve been feeling in the past couple of months and a nice interview with Victor Rosado… Theo Parrish’s remix of About Group’s You’re No Good is his trademark deeply layered grimey house cut, with heavy bass, jazz keys, and vocal samples shimmering in and out….

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General, Mixes

Blindsign Transmission 0001

A new mix project from me, after some time away from the turntables. I’ll be trying to put a new mix up every month. First one is a hot mix of house, disco and new wave hits featuring Polyphonic Size, Cave Paintings, Noleian Reusse, Meschi, Vision, The Shortwave Mystery & Marvin Belton. Blindsign Transmission 0001