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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

FACT Magazine Aphex Twin drunkenly uploads new track, ‘T17 Phase Out’ @ Musique Non Stop


FACT Magazine Aphex Twin drunkenly uploads new track, ‘T17 Phase Out’ @ Musique Non Stop

Link to FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

Posted: 29 Dec 2015 02:20 PM PST
As with everything in Aphex Land, take RDJ’s claims with a grain of salt.
Aphex Twin has capped off a year of SoundCloud uploads with ‘T17 Phase Out’, which appears to be a new track.
According to the song’s text: “i prolly i shntnde downoied thi coz im drunki m ena uploaded..” Make of it what you will, and stream it below.
Read more: The facts and fictions of Aphex Twin's mythology

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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 11:44 AM PST
It’s the follow-up to 2013’s celebrated Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself.
Omar-S tells Resident Advisor that his fifth album is due out via FXHE Records “early next year.”
The as-yet-untitled ten-tracker features collaborations with Tom Bugs, Amp Fiddler, John F.M., Diviniti and “many more.”
Since the release of Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself in 2013, Omar-S has stayed busy, dropping a handful of EPs and a pair of FXHE 10 Year Compilation mixes.
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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 11:16 AM PST
The Chicago rapper discusses violence in his city only a week after being shot in the head.
Last week we got the upsetting news that rapper King Louie had been shot several times in his hometown of Chicago. Now, only a week after the shooting and a day after being released from the hospital, Louis Johnson has appeared on CNN for a brief interview discussing his shooting and gun violence in Chicago. H
He explains in the interview he still has three bullets in his body — two in his chest and one in his head. Johnson also discusses his work with the “Put The Guns Down” campaign and how "the devil is working overtime in Chicago," but he still feels hope for his city. Watch the interview below.

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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 10:27 AM PST
Musicians’ rights activist David Lowery takes on the streaming giant.
Lowery, the frontman of Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven, has filed a class action lawsuit seeking at least $150 million in damages against Spotify. The lawsuit, filed on December 28 in the Central District Court of California, alleges that the company knowingly, willingly and unlawfully reproduces and distributes copyrighted compositions without mechanical licenses.
The lawsuit claims that Spotify has “publicly” admitted its failure to obtain proper licenses for some music, creating “substantial harm and injury to the copyright holders, and [diminishing the integrity of the works.” Sources say that Spotify has a reserve fund, estimated at $17 to $25 million, to pay royalties for such pending and unmatched music.
Previously, reports surfaced claiming that Spotify has told music executives that it might allow some artists to release albums only to paid subscribers, temporarily withholding the music from free users. [via Billboard]
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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 10:18 AM PST
The iconic DJ promises more music next year.
Just before the year ends, DJ Shadow has shown up with a late Christmas present in the form of the holiday themed single ‘Swerve’. The track will appear on an upcoming album, although there are no details outside of a simple “see you in 2016!”. It’s worth noting that 2016 is also the 20 year anniversary of his incredible debut album Endtroducing…... Listen to and download the new track below.

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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 09:40 AM PST
The drummer for the legendary 2 tone ska band was 62.
John Bradbury, drummer for highly influential ska band the Specials has died. The news was first shared via the band's Twitter page and was later confirmed by his family. Bradbury joined the band in 1979 following the departure of original drummer Silverton Hutchinson and played on their iconic self-titled debut that same year. He continued with the band through their reformation as the Special AKA until their disbandment in 1984. He then rejoined during their reunion in 2008 and continued to play until his passing. There is currently no cause of death, but you can read a statement from his family below.
It is with deepest regret that we have to announce the very sad news that our much loved husband and father John ‘Brad’ Bradbury passed away on Monday the 28th of December.
Brad’s drumming was the powerhouse behind The Specials and it was seen as a key part to the Two Tone sound. He was much respected in the world of drumming and his style of reggae and ska was seen as genuinely ground breaking when The Specials first hit the charts in 1979.
He was an integral part of The Specials reforming in 2008 and toured with them extensively up to the present day. His contribution to the world of music can not be understated and he will much missed by family, friends and fans alike. It is the family’s sincerest wish that they are allowed the time to remember him privately.

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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 07:35 AM PST
Originally posted on The Vinyl Factory.

The original musique concrète?
German engineer Ricardo Kocadag has developed what we're pretty sure is the world's first concrete record, cut with Rolling Stones' '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction',
Coming at it from an engineering rather than a musical point of view, the playable slab is made of a special “ultra high performance concrete” being developed for use on bridges, and high-rise buildings in order to exhibit just how exact and fine the new "super-concrete" material is.
At 6mm thickness, the concrete record doesn't sound half bad and plays on a regular turntable, the results of which you can hear below. [via Electronic Beats]
German speakers can hear an interview with Kocadag about the concrete record on BLN.FM radio.

Die Beton-Schallplatte in Aktion.
So klingt die erste Schallplatte aus Beton. Wir hatten den Erfinder zu Gast im Studio. Wie er auf die Idee kam und was das Ganze soll, erzählt er im Interview auf BLN.FM
Posted by BLN.FM on Tuesday, December 29, 2015
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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 07:07 AM PST
Radar Radio made its debut on the airwaves around 14 months ago, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
From scoring residences from the likes of Ikonika, Girl Unit and Smutlee to enjoying fast-growing popularity on its SoundCloud account (before it sadly fell victim to stringent copyright infringement software), the station has outdone itself in not only extending its reach but living out its mission statement to be “The Next Generation of Radio”. An ever-changing roster of DJ talent and an inclusive musical vision have been some of the hallmarks behind Radar’s growth, and while it may still be a radio station in its infancy, its inaugural year has been one of the biggest success stories for electronic music in recent memory.
A couple of months on from the station's Just Jam first birthday broadcast and as we approach the start of a new year, we asked station founder Ollie and the rest of his colleagues to reflect on the past year and talk us through their personal favourite shows from that time.
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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 06:36 AM PST
The veteran r&b singer has postponed all live dates until spring.
In a statement released via Janet Jackson’s Facebook page, she explains: “I learned from my doctors that I must have surgery soon. It breaks my heart to tell you that I am forced to postpone the Unbreakable Tour until the spring. Every date will be rescheduled.
“Please hold on to your tickets”, the statement continues. “They will be honored in a special way when the new schedule is announced. Please pray for me, my family and our entire company during this difficult time. There will be no further comment. I love you all so much and am ever grateful for your understanding and your love. Gon’ b alright.”
Jackson released Unbreakable earlier this year. Produced by long-term collaborators Jam and Lewis, it was her first since 2008’s Discipline. 
Read FACT’s Rob Pursey on why her music matters.
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Posted: 29 Dec 2015 06:28 AM PST
Listen to the 45-minute mix recorded for the Amsterdam store in October.
Joy Orbison has uploaded a mix created for a limited cassette release on Rush Hour to SoundCloud.
The cassette was made in advance of an in-store appearance by the producer alongside Ben UFO and Pearson Sound during ADE week in October. Limited to 50 copies, it featured a mix from Ben UFO and Pearson Sound on one side and a 45-minute selection from Joy Orbison on the other.
The mix has long since sold out, but you can listen to Joy O’s side below, and as an added bonus, Ben UFO and Pearson Sound’s mix too. There’s no tracklist yet, but the MixesDB crew are already on it. [via Juno Plus]


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