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    • CommentAuthorNezzit
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2010
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    NsLO official site & free download

    NsLO official

    Enjoy ;)
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    Hey guys. This is a vid of me covering a Nirvana song. I'm going to be posting original stuff later but I just wanted to get some feed back on my first video. Thanks for taking a listen!
    • CommentAuthorNezzit
    • CommentTimeNov 16th 2010
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    11

    Nikola Nežit is Serbian ambient-rock-electro musician.
    You can listen and download (320k mp3, FLAC, etc.) his first EP "11" here : Nikola Nežit
    Thank you on your time, and enjoy^^

    Love, NN
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    oxford

    We shall be making noises with tapes and lots of things that make noises in Oxford as part of the launch of the Editions of You series, curated and programmed by the Oxford Brookes University Popular Music Research Unit, OCM and Launch Collaborative. Editions of You events celebrate and showcase self-publishing and self-releasing musicians and artists, and the handmade editions and releases they create.
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      CommentAuthortim12s
    • CommentTimeNov 17th 2010 edited
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    As I mentioned back up the thread, I knocked this out a few weeks ago - TERSE

    There's also a free Dubstep/Terrorbass/Trench Techno version.

    After that I put out Bim Zum - Bim Zum

    50c for the EP, remixes are free.

    Previous Album: The Boys From The Detachment Are Back

    I just mention all this because I'll have a second album out shortly, called "Your Hipster Lifestyle".

    And still on the lookout for video collaborators.
    • CommentAuthorEvJ
    • CommentTimeNov 17th 2010
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    I decided earlier that I was tired of rapping over other people's instrumentals, downloaded FL Studio, and two hours later had this

    For a very first try, that is very, very encouraging. Without anything else to go on (like your artistic intentions or whatever) it's hard to comment, but most people I know who started out with fully featured systems like FL Studio tend toward the opaque with their early attempts. It's refreshing to hear such a minimal approach.

    My only comment/advice (presuming you even need it) is to learn proper mix engineering techniques (just the very basics) from a book or online, and apply them to absolutely everything you do, all the time. It's not called producing, as opposed to recording or composing, for nothing. Other than that, great start, and keep at it!
    • CommentAuthorShawn
    • CommentTimeNov 17th 2010
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    One of my bands, The Forest Children, is putting the finishing touches on our new album, Kingdom Animalia. It's mainly me and one other guy and I live in LA and he's back in my native Chicago, so recording is slow to say the least, and it is all done via email. While back in Chi town recently I heard the album for the first time (he writes the music on acid pro and his bass, sends the rhythm track to me over yousendit, I record guitar, send it back, then he does vox and finishes. We both work full time and have other projects so I usually don't hear the finished product for about a year) and on a rather spur of the moment impulse, we started to shoot a video. Long story short (not really) I came home and continued to film, almost driven by unconscious ideas, and the finished product went up on youtube two nights ago. Would love to hear feedback.

    Link (cuz I can edit a video but not figure out how to embed on this site!):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ksORX4aEG8
    • CommentAuthorShawn
    • CommentTimeNov 17th 2010
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    and looks like I figured it out.
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      CommentAuthortexture
    • CommentTimeNov 18th 2010
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    Nikola Nezit: I love it, absoltely inspiring clash of musical styles. Bravo!
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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeNov 18th 2010
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    Check this out. I know I'm shamelessly plugging my friend's band (who also is the drummer for a band I play in) The Velvet Teen.
    Here is him singing the title track from his new EP "No Star" arranged for strings:
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    Hong Kong in the 60s have been mentioned by Warren before , and have links to the mighty Ghost Box record label. Position Normal are proto-hauntological surrealist tricksters...like a friendly neighbourhood Nurse With Wound. I also get to play records and show strange films again.

    More details to follow, and blog about the event is here. x
    • CommentAuthortoby
    • CommentTimeNov 19th 2010
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    Made some updates to my website.

    New improv'd piece: 1---1 by segment

    If you live in PORTLAND, OR, I am doing my first performance (open mic) with a collaborator, performing as "Bit Stream". It's at the Goodfoot Lounge on Monday, Nov 22nd circa 9:00pm.
    • CommentAuthorearl
    • CommentTimeNov 19th 2010
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    I've got a couple of mixes/recordings I made of my band The Big Hustle posted below.

    tunes
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeNov 20th 2010
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    I've put up two rough mixes of new retrotronica (Girl with the Multiplex Eyes and House of My Love) from the forthcoming Mysterians album on soundcloud. Hope you guys like.
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    Just back from supporting the wonderful Sleeps in Oysters in Oxford.
    we used these :
    bits

    live recording will be made available, once we listen to it all
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeNov 21st 2010
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    A Korg Monotron! I wanna get one of those.
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    there's two ! they're fabulous.
    • CommentAuthortoby
    • CommentTimeNov 21st 2010
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    Repost, but this is our (my and my partner's) setup for our set tomorrow:
    • CommentAuthorEvJ
    • CommentTimeNov 22nd 2010
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    Right then, it's about time for some publicity. I've got this radio show on Subcity in Glasgow. It's called New Music Isn't New. It's basically me drawing highly tenuous connections between popular music and modern composition or other pioneering genres, and playing them. My radio chat, by Edition Three, is just about bearable. It's bloody hard to talk non-stop while trying to remember what you're talking about and not say anything stupid or flat out wrong. But I'm getting there. On the other hand, the music is excellent, mainly because it's not my own. Subcity isn't playlisted, so I get to do cool things like playing all of Pendulum Music by Steve Reich, and no one stops me. I'm pretty glad to be able to do this, because I get to play some stuff that wouldn't otherwise get any exposure outside very niche shows in a general survey setting.

    So if you're up for some new music, old music that used to be new, and new music that isn't new, check it out. Listen here, and if you're feeling charitable, start with Edition Three from November 20th, after I've learned from a few mistakes...
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    @EvJ I used to co-present a show on Subcity in 95/97 ish and had the dubious pleasure of doing the hand-over to Radio1 who were broadcasting from the other room.