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Q-Bert Scratch World Tour 2002

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Q-Bert Scratch World Tour - Sydney 19/12/2002

QBert Scratch Tour, Sydney, 19/12/2002 - chat with Mathmatics

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an audio recording of a chat with DJ Mathmatics @ QBert Scratch Tour, Sydney, 19/12/2002



Mathmatics @ q-bert scratch tour, sydney

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an audio recording of a chat with Mathematics @ QBert Scratch Tour, Sydney, 19/12/2002

event documentation archive

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Documentation of events including interviews, audio, video and photos for archival purposes.

Multiple genres are included - music and more recently arts projects.

Most of the material is hosted offsite to save bandwidth.

This section is slowly being updated with documented older events - mostly photos, audio recordings and some reviews & informal interviews, and more recently video. There's also a few notes from courses and workshops I've attended. I haven't had time to transcribe some of my notes / audio interviews so I'm posting photos of my notebooks and raw recordings on occasion - perhaps this is better than nothing!

Bangalore club djs on radio

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http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/thscrip/print.pl?file=2004081400480300.htm&date=2004/08/14/&prd=mp&

Date:14/08/2004 URL: http://www.thehindu.com/thehindu/mp/2004/08/14/stories/2004081400480300.htm Metro Plus Bangalore Chennai

The party partners are back

The two biggest party animals in town reunite with the first-ever independent radio show dedicated to club music

ROHIT BARKER and DJ Ivan are two names that spell "party" to any young 'n' restless Bangalorean. Having the ex-RJ and the country's best DJ at a club is a sureshot way of ensuring a combination of the wildest music and crowds partying like the world is going to end tomorrow. Besides being favourite Page Three personalities, Rohit and Ivan created the first-ever dance music show on radio which had a successful run for two years before the station changed its priorities. After a hiatus lasting a year and a half, the duo have come together to create the first-ever independent radio show in the country.

India music stores and online distributors

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http://www.indiainfo.com/about/media/2000-08-27-hindustantimes.html

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Musical escapades: From the racks to the Net

IÔøΩm a cyber viber, In a virtual sea/IÔøΩm a glider rider, On a surfing spree.

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The Long Tail

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Forget squeezing millions from a few megahits at the top of the charts. The future of entertainment is in the millions of niche markets at the shallow end of the bitstream.

"Silver Stars" Shine Brightly for Vision Four 5

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Vision Four 5 announce new gigs and releases

When word reached me a week ago that Vision Four 5 were back on the gigging scene again, a shiver went up my spine and a rush of excitement went through me. This was the band that way back in 90-96 or so belted out tracks such as "Everything You Need", "Cyberphobia", "Purple Lamp" and released two albums "Texture" and "Humid" on Volition, the Australian label that typified the Australian electronic / dance music sound at the time. Vision Four 5 were one of the forerunners of this period, combining both music, lyrics and undeniably amazingly interactive graphics using the Amiga 'Mandala' system which provided real-time triggers for sounds and visuals during their energetic live performances. The interactive component of their live performances set them apart from all other Australian bands of the time, and I would even go far as to say from the majority of bands who currently perform these days. I spoke to Noel Burgess from the band about his upcoming gigs, music and some ideas about what makes him who he is today.Vision Four 5 announce new gigs and releases

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