Apell releases third album "Reconstituted"

"Reconstituted" is the third Apell album and sounds like the groovier half of Amon Tobin sampling George Clinton with a jazzy electric bass. The album features a drum n bass version of Neil Young's "Don't Let it Bring You Down" and a chill out reworking of George Harrison's overlooked gem "Long, Long, Long" from The Beatles White Album. Another album highlight is the track "Dubya" featuring lyrics inspired by inane quotes from President George W Bush's speeches and his life story.

For more information about this album, Apell's music and to listen to audio samples visit

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I love music by bluetech and have been listening to it a lot whilst in Israel having bought a few of his cds from the music stores here and ripped them to my laptop. his music is available on aleph - zero label and he's remixed other great artists such as Shulman & Pitch Black.

his website says "my name is evan. i make sounds. rivers of music ancient & delicate flow through me.". he has 3 myspace pages for the different artist names he uses : bluetech, evan bartholomew, evan marc

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Olam Qatan - a chat about Israeli, Turkish & Middle Eastern music and books

Olam Qatan is a spiritual books and world music store in Emek Refaim St, Jerusalem, Israel. I spoke briefly with it's owner Ya'qub ibn Yusuf, who explained some of the music and books available in his store. Sounds like there's a fusion of East meets West happening in Israel and Turkey, which is really interesting to hear. It's great to speak with Independant store owners - their passion for music & books is contagious and it's great to discover new sounds and genres.



Join together in a major fundraiser for Radio station 4ZzZFM in this years Dub Day Afternoon 06 event. It will be a chilled out and fun time for all attending!

Dub Day Afternoon 06 @ The Jubilee Hotel, Saturday 18th November!

$15 / $10 Zed subs / Free Passionate subs. Subscribe at the show and get in FREE!

Showcasing the very best of Brisbane's reggae bands, soundsystems and selectas in an afternoon and evening of blunted basslines, skanking roots, blazing conscious dancehall and big tunes.

Heavyweight Champion

Raz Bin Sam and Lion I Band

Rhythm Collision Sound System

Ruby Blue

Samedi Sound System

Suspect Seven

Selecta Bing

Barrington Rankmore III vs Deaf Toll

Lao Mirador

The Jubilee Hotel, 470 St Pauls Terrace, The Valley. 3pm til 1am - 10 hours of reggae, dancehall, dub and ska

$15 / $10 Zed subs / Free Passionate subs. Subscribe at the show and get in FREE

4ZzZFM and artist merchandise/CDs available at on site stall

view the myspace event listing for more details

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