[mstation_newsletter] December news
- From: John Littler <jlittler@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: mstation_newsletter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2005 10:14:57 +0000
I think this is our largest issue ever so hopefully
there will be something for everyone! As it says below,
we're taking this month off other than back-office work
and will be back in early Feb.
Superlicious Bumper Christmas Issue!!
Music 1 - Richie Hawtin brings us a certain sort of haunting,
We talk about DJs, what's coming up and what he'd like to come up.
Music 2 - Melnyk brings us electro pop from clubland with a hint of
and a suggestion of electro-clash. Interview
Music 3 - Martin Anderson recently started his own classical label.
We ask him
about what's necessary and what he's trying to do, and we learn a
Baltic composers as well. Interview
Music 4 - Brendan Mullen put together a book about Jane's Addiction,
the LA band.
Here we have an excerpt from the start of the book. Book excerpt
Hardware - Boys like trucks. Boys like sheds. Here we get two-in-one
plus a state
of the art recording facility. Report
Hardware 2 - Cult of iPod: We have an excerpt from Leander Kahney's
recent book. Book excerpt
Art 1 - Animation frames from Tokyo studio Groovisions. Pictures
Art 2 - Blown glass hearts with little felt jackets and lights in
enclosed in a stainless steel cage. Picture
Travel and Music - Covent Garden in London attracts tourists from all
grabbed some photos and recorded some of the buskers. Pictures and
Games - Interesting times we live in, no? Article
Bleepfest - Did we mention our Bleepfest of computer music coming up
on March 25, 2006? Did we, huh, did we?! Well, actually, we did.
Season's Greetings! We hope everyone has a great Christmas and a
Year. If you don't celebrate those things, have a nice time anyway.
We're taking next month off and will be back in early Feb 2006.
New Pop/dance - AFX, Catskills, Decemberists, Goldfrapp, Hawley,
the Many, Lidell, Little Man Tate, Trabant, Wilco Reviews
Classical - Baroque Christmas, Bartok, Berg, Mahler, Carols, Susan
King's Singers, Mozart, Penguins (!), Rameau Classical Reviews
Books - Ambient Findability, Bob Dylan, Digital Photos, DJ Biz,
Nigel Molesworth, Music Writings, Sci-fi Moviescapes,
Sound Recording Practice Reviews
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