DJ John Kelley at Moontribe's Last $2 Tuesdays at the Mor Bar

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DJ Daniel at Moontribe's Last $2 Tuesdays at the Mor Bar

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DJ Brian at Moontribe's Last $2 Tuesdays at the Mor Bar

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DJ Brad at Moontribe's Last $2 Tuesdays at the Mor Bar

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Doc Martin and Sublevel's Haunted House

Posted: October 29th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Events, House, Techno | No Comments »

Sublevel Halloween greeting

Halloween cheer greets dancers as they enter Doc Martin and Sublevel’s latest event. Photo by Electrohound.

This past Halloween weekend, a number of good events were on offer, from Droid Behavior‘s 5-year anniversary to Monster Massive. We chose to make our pilgrimage to Doc Martin’s Sublevel event. Located at a new space in the San Fernando Valley, the party felt like an autonomous free zone. Packed by 2 a.m., in fine Sublevel form, the crowd was racially mixed and primed for a good time. Read the rest of this entry »


Underworld launches members' downloads section

Posted: October 29th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Ambient, Ambient Techno, Audio-Visual, Breakbeat, Dance Rock, Events, House, Techno, Web Culture | No Comments »

Underworld circle graphic

You can now start a member’s account on Underworldlive.com to receive special treats and music downloads. According to recent interviews, they have a ton of unreleased stuff up their sleeves, a lot of it banging techno. Apparently they will be dispersing it through their site in the near future. Enjoy!


Underworld's Rick Smith at Abbey Road

Posted: October 29th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Ambient, Ambient Techno, Audio-Visual, Breakbeat, Dance Rock, House, Techno, Web Culture | No Comments »

Underworld's Rick Smith at Abbey Road
Here’s a snapshot from ongoing Underworld pics at Underworldlive.com. This one is of Rick Smith during the recording of Oblivion with Bells at Abbey Road Studios. Most people don’t know it, but Rick is the production genius behind Underworld’s stunning compositions.


The Deadly Syndrome's "Ortolan"

Posted: October 25th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Album Review, Ambient | No Comments »

The Deadly Syndrome at the Penguin

The Deadly Syndrome’s Will Etling, Jesse Hoy, Michael Hughes and Chris Richard beat out thunder. Photo by Electrohound.

I don’t often touch on the rock scene, but it’s good to keep up with electronica’s neighbors as a healthy cross-pollination between genres is leading to some of today’s most exciting new acts. As noted before with bands like the Arctic Monkeys and Radiohead, the influence of electronic music also isn’t necessarily in instrumentation but in how those instruments are mixed and played as well. Read the rest of this entry »


Aril Brikha – "Ex Machina"

Posted: October 21st, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Album Review, Ambient, Ambient Techno, Techno | No Comments »

Aril Brikha "Ex Machina"

Aril Brikha, a Swede of Persian descent, blends the sounds of Detroit and Europe into melodic, neon funk. First appearing on Derrick May’s Transmat label with Deeparture in Time in 1999, Brikha takes his earlier, more sedate dreaming and injects jaunty dance-floor rhythms on Ex Machina. The result is a smooth, entrancing ride through the night. Read the rest of this entry »


Underworld live CDs

Posted: October 17th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Ambient Techno, Breakbeat, Techno, Web Culture | No Comments »

In case you’re looking for your live Underworld fix, LiveHereNow.com is supplying limited CDs of several Underworld performances in England. Anyone who has been to their live shows knows these guys fly. Wish I had the funds to pick them all up myself.