Ophir Kutiel aka Kutiman, scours Youtube for obscure musical treasures; kids playing piano, guitar tutorials, anything he can use to make a song. 

5 years after his initial Thru You, Kutiman is set to release his follow up, Thru You Too, and his first single is “Give It Up”.

RBMA Presents Diggin’ In The Crates Teaser: A Documentary about Japanese Video Game Music

Lil Bub’s Big Show feat. Steve Albini

Watch an excerpt from a documentary about Martin Bisi’s BC Studio in Brooklyn and its post-punk and hip hop productions. Sound And Chaos is featured in The Wire 367

Phil Freeman writes in The Wire 367: “Sara Leavitt and partner Ryan Douglass were barely born when the subject of their documentary, Sound And Chaos: The Story Of BC Studio, came into being. Producer Martin Bisi, then collaborating with Bill Laswell in Material, opened the space in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn in 1979. Some of the early financing came from Brian Eno, who invited Bisi to engineer portions of what became 1982’s On Land, and from the French label Celluloid, for whom Laswell and Bisi produced singles and albums by Massacre, Fab Five Freddy and others. One of the studio’s earliest major successes was Herbie Hancock’s “Rockit” and the Future Shock album from which it came, which earned Bisi a gold record and Hancock a Grammy.”

In June of 1990, DiY – Nottingham’s fledgling free-party collective – headed to Glastonbury’s adjoining Free Festival with their rig, records and no real idea of how things would pan out. The travellers who ran the event were children of a previous chemical generation, happy with their Hawkwind, speed and acid, and initially bemused by their younger, urban counterparts dropping pills and house grooves.

Jump forward 9,030 days or so, and somewhere under the stars this August bank holiday, DiY’s 25th birthday will be celebrated in the appropriate manner: consensual, eyes-wide-open carousing, with nobody being charged for the “privilege”.

Real bid from Ebay, offers plate with an Aphex Twin logo apparition on it. He has no logical explanation about this miracle…

(Probably one of Aphex Twin’s deep web launch efforts for the new album)

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WATCH THIS INSANE ANIMATION VIDEO ABOUT THE KANYE WEST AND DJ MANO BREAK UP
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WATCH THIS INSANE ANIMATION VIDEO ABOUT THE KANYE WEST AND DJ MANO BREAK UP
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WATCH THIS INSANE ANIMATION VIDEO ABOUT THE KANYE WEST AND DJ MANO BREAK UP
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