the show will be over around 12... and continued with a BOOMA set at 1:30am
also I should be there I think
All Scuff All Night
I want to play... maybe both a booma set and a dot.ay set
5th is my Preference
mainly because this is happening on the 4th
GHOST MUTT / RUSTIE / XXXY / ROSKA
spastic lineup is spastic there is no way I am not going unless it costs hundreds of dollars
When is Dot.AY playing again, hmm??
Dot.AY / 10k tour is happening in summer
I am Playing a BOOMA set New Years Eve at Laundry in Fitzroy for any one in Melbourne looking for something to do... and yep totally up for Dazzlerod Karlington party house
wait.. Lazerbeat AGAIN!?!? soo confused.. I thought he dropped out two weeks ago.. I SMELL CONSPIRACY
I have enjoyed the challenge but def won't be doing it next year... It has helped but as others have said I really want to have the time to focus just that little bit more on things before releasing them into the world..
Also considering so many Melbournites are in this I think an end of year event in this town would be a great idea!!!
Just over half way... hope to make it to the end..
The Remix competition will have terms and conditions that should make it clear whether or not you are allowed to distribute the entry however you like..
taken from the T&C on their page http://www.indabamusic.com/opportunitie ix-contest
"Entrant is permitted to use the Audio Assets solely for the creation of Submission Materials and Remixes and participation in this Contest."
So there are terms that you agreed to in doing the remix that you would only use it to enter the competition.. in which case I would say the answer is no
thanks for putting me on the list... well appreciated!!
I have uploaded two remixes over the past weeks these are official remixes made with permission...
even though the copyright stance of this site may be limiting.. you always have the option hosting it elsewhere and linking to the external track (the issue is with this site not wanting to host copyrighted material)
What the hell is industrial dub, I need to hear that!
Dubstep was originally a genre of industrial that focussed more on droning/pulsing basslines. A more fair review would be to say it was a new direction of older EBM styles, which most consider to be industrial.
Being an avid fan of "pure", or original, industrial and newer forms, I find it extremely amusing when you recognize the influence it has had on most current electronic music. In fact, I find it difficult to not love most electronic music, despite how different it sounds compared to the old days of Kraftwerk and SPK/Throbbing Gristle.
I really didn't know people got confused at this distinction .. or used the terms interchangeably??? Really?
also early dubstep was more 2step / garage influenced than industrial in my opinion (being born out of Bristol / triphop and the like) but the crossovers are clearly visible and I guess you might be able to call people like Scorn industrial?
Hey Weekly Freaks
because I really enjoy listening to the tracks on here and being part of this community I will be adding a weekly beats section to my monthly blog posts on Generation Bass
Feel free to help me out and add Chipbass as a tag to anything you feel fits under that banner
read January's post here (weeklybeats bit is down the bottom)