What do you mean?

воскресенье, 31 мая 2009 г.

2 Many DJs (a half of Soulwax)

On April, David and Stephen of 2 Many DJs visited Radio 3FM in The Netherlands.Those of you who are always more interested in what's happening in the dj booth, will love the video, because you can see in detail what they are doing with the CDJs and how fast they switch between tracks.

Watch Part One



Watch Part One

ENJOY!!!

Exclusive music has been lifted from an April cellar

Katy Perry - Waking Up In Vegas (Calvin Harris Remix)
Röyksopp - "The Girl and the Robot" (Ocelot Remix)
Tittsworth - Drunk As Fuck (Meterhead Dark Disco mix)
Surkin - Radio Fireworks

promo

суббота, 30 мая 2009 г.

DJ Mehdi


DJ Mehdi (feat Chromeo) - 'I Am Somebody'

Justice....working!

U2 vs Justice!!!

четверг, 28 мая 2009 г.

MTV Global Warming by Ubik



A 50 second short film for MTV to help raise awareness of the effects of global warming. A combination of live action and animation. A globe in a classroom was shot on 16mm which was then tracked and populated with cg toy-like clouds, cars, planes, and cities.

coool..))




Some time the heat became...

re-work))

Early pop remixes were fairly simple; in the 1980s, "extended mixes" of songs were released to clubs and commercial outlets on vinyl 12-inch singles. These typically had a duration of six to seven minutes, and often consisted of the original song with 8 or 16 bars of instruments inserted, often after the second chorus; some were as simplistic as two copies of the song stitched end to end. As the cost and availability of new technologies allowed, many of the bands who were involved in their own production (such as Depeche Mode, New Order, Erasure, and Duran Duran) experimented with more intricate versions of the extended mix. Madonna began her career writing music for dance clubs and used remixes extensively to propel her career; one of her early boyfriends was noted DJ John Jellybean Benitez, who created several memorable mixes of her work.

Art of Noise took the remix styles to an extreme—creating new music entirely using samples. They were among the first popular groups to truly harness the potential that had been unleashed by Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder (as well as composer Jean Michel Jarre) with their synthesizer-based compositions. Contemporaneous to Art of Noise was the seminal body of work by Yello (composed, arranged and mixed by Boris Blank). Primarily because they featured sampled and sequenced sounds, Yello and Art of Noise would produce a great deal of influential work for the next phase. Others such as Cabaret Voltaire and the aforementioned Jarre (whose Zoolook was an epic usage of sampling and sequencing) were equally influential in this era).

суббота, 23 мая 2009 г.

Troubles

It's about time that we fell in love
You know that I've been trying
It's about time that we had a laugh
You know that I've been crying

Too many people, too many troubles
Too many mouths are lying" - ...

Today there were difficulties into the hosting account. The site will a little be late.

пятница, 22 мая 2009 г.

Notre travail



Our first public remix - SY POP HEAVY METAL MIX - contains 64 minutes qualitative Hi-sound which will start to shake your brain, yet will not make a mad cocktail of feelings, a drive and emotions.
The second - MayBEMAY MIX - is the important continuation 34 minutes, but differs style and harmony.