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blub@norden.social
www
blub@norden.social  [follow]
Liebt #OpenStreetMap, mag #Freifunk, #joggen und #Garten. Interessiert an #FLOSS und #OpenHardware. Daheim an Küste und Wiesen. Optimistisch nörgelnder Nerd :-) Orte=#rostock, #schwerin, #portugal, #irland Filmisches=#westworld, #startrek, #sniper, #roteroktober Musikalisches=#metal, #breakbeat, #90er
2672,861
david@borderlands.social
Verified
david@borderlands.social  [follow]
Vorstand des Borderlands e.V., Behörden, Gesamt Koordinator, Stage Management Breakbeat/DnB, Ansprechpartner für Probleme jeder Art Team=Orga Rolle=Koordinator
1913
breakbeatbun@yiff.lifebreakbeat-bun
breakbeatbun@yiff.life  [follow]
hullo frien'im val • 21 • nb [ they/them ]i got an e30 and some basses; electro-noise-punk music coming...sooner or later bunsona ref •=wip, check back in a while discord •=Breakbeat-Bun#9316
1061
onirik@mamot.frOnirik
Site web, Soundcloud
onirik@mamot.fr  [follow]
Association d'événementiel, basée à Lyon.Notre maître mot: la singularité électronique à travers les différents courants! IDM, Drill n Bass, Breakbeat, Leftfield House & Techno, Ambient, Electronica et bien plus encore.
722
tsugatoshamisen@ilovela.inTsugato Shamisen
tsugatoshamisen@ilovela.in  [follow]
60's/70's Space Age Electronic Nerd, Breakbeat Artist, 40's-70's Japanese Music Enthusiast, and a cat. Proud W3.1 User.
38
tsugatoshamisen@mastodon.socialTsugato Shamisen
tsugatoshamisen@mastodon.social  [follow]
60's/70's Space Age Electronic Nerd, Breakbeat Artist, 40's-70's Japanese Music Enthusiast, and a cat. Proud W3.1 User. (She/Her)╰( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )つ
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tsugatoshamisen@mastodon.socialTsugato Shamisen
tsugatoshamisen@mastodon.social  [follow]
60's/70's Space Age Electronic Nerd, Breakbeat Artist, 40's-70's Japanese Music Enthusiast, and a cat. Proud W3.1 User. (She/Her)╰( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )つ
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atrpntime@mastodon.socialAtrpntime
atrpntime@mastodon.social  [follow]
4d artzone.//esoteric mayuraism/breakbeat addict/uhkjnmsdcjkvxbz/???/riven is the sequel to myst. atrpntime@gmail.com email=atrpntime@gmail.com
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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hayesstarns@spraci.infoHayesStarns
hayesstarns@spraci.info  [follow]
My name is Hayes Starns and I am 21 years old living near Hilton Head Island. Out in the sticks yo. I have been attempting to produce Trance and Breakbeat since October of 08 and have been mixing since April of 08. Im a hard worker, love electronic music, and am fully independent. My life has been a tale for sure. Im a decent person and I try to be nice.
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rolaz@spraci.infoRolaz
rolaz@spraci.info  [follow]
I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture. I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches. Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes. I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL. Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker. Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP. I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats. 4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic. A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on. ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production. Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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rolaz@spraci.infoRolaz
rolaz@spraci.info  [follow]
I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture. I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches. Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes. I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL. Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker. Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP. I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats. 4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic. A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on. ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production. Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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rolaz@spraci.infoRolaz
rolaz@spraci.info  [follow]
I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture. I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches. Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes. I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL. Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker. Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP. I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats. 4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic. A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on. ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production. Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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rolaz@spraci.infoRolaz
rolaz@spraci.info  [follow]
I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture. I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches. Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes. I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL. Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker. Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP. I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats. 4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic. A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on. ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production. Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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rolaz@spraci.infoRolaz
rolaz@spraci.info  [follow]
I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture. I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches. Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes. I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL. Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker. Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP. I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats. 4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic. A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on. ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production. Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture.I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches.Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes.I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL.Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker.Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP.I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats.4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic.A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on.ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production.Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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I'm Rolaz, a turntablist, music producer and TV presenter for a new TV show called Elektronique TV (details below) I also trained and worked as a radio broadcaster for WFM97.2fm Manchester for over 2 years.Bio:I first started scratching at the age of 11 when I heard "The Show ft The Get Fresh Crew aka Doug.E, eMCee Ricky D and DJ's Barry B and Chill Will" on Electro 9. I actually bought Electro 9 because "The Show" had the Inspecter Gadget theme tune as part of the breakdown, but what caught my attention was the scratching over the same break. That was the catalyst fuelling my passion of Hip Hop and Hip Hop culture.I practised scratching using my DAD's Sharp Hi fi stack (uh oh!!) I just loved the way Sharp had set out that particular amp. It really was ideal for using the punch buttons as a cut out switch between aux and phono, the transformer scratch wasn't that difficult to master after all. I used to bring my friends round to show my jaw dropping scratch techniques, basically transforming and double-time baby scratches.Eventually my dad caught on when the spindle burnt out and when my dad searched the LP's they were (let's say) slightly worn....like impossible to hear what was there previously. My dad was less than impressed (Sorry pops) but I loved scratching so much I had to find other ways to feed my cravings, like splicing old audio tapes together. TDK anyone? or mixing on twin tape decks. Alba's weren't that bad were they?Chad Jackson was very much the s*** around 1986-88 mainly because he'd won the DMC Championship in 87 with a still very much recognised 6 minute routine. So I listened and studied his mixes often staying up till 4am listening to Soul'd Out with Stu Allen just so I could record and reconstruct (in my mind's eye) Chad Jackson's intricate mixes.I eventually got my first pair of Technics 1210s when I was 23, until then I practised on my friends Technics, Citronics (LOL), belt-driven SoundLabs (OMGOSH!!) or remember them all-in-one built in decks and mixer? (Them nameless 80s decks without pitch controls, built on SPRINGS (wtf?) built into a wooden flight case) LOL.Yup I go that far back like fat crayons anyway big big shout out to James Green, DJ Greeny (Greeny gave me, my first 30 mins DJing @ RockWorld Nightclub, Manchester), James Watts and Mathew Skelton for showing me the art of mixing.In 2000, DJ 360 and I (DJCW) formed a 4 man battle DJ crew (including DJ Code Red and DJ Kudos) we called ourselves Raiders Of Lost ArtZ aka R.O.L.AZ, actually making the 2001 DMC UK Team Battle finals in London within the first few months we started. We then copped a deal with BarCuba (a nightclub in Macclesfield. UK) where the likes of The Rolling Stones, Stiff Little Fingers, Fatboy Slim, Stereo MC's, Dela Soul to name a few had blessed the stage. We were fortunate enough to play at BarCuba's 5th Birthday party which set the path for me to work and play with a Electronica/Rock band called The Maker.Four really amazingly talented musicians, the lads who are considerably younger than me but no less inspiring, was truly a blessing for me to work with. Incidentally, the drummer from The Maker is now the drummer for "Delphic". They are currently doing some really big things from the UK to Australia to Japan to the USA! Nuff respeckts to you ALL!!Around 2003 after hearing Dizzy Rascal's "Boy In the Corner" LP.I became fascinated with production. The beat on "I Luv U" blew my mind, I still love the sparseness of the whole beat and the mid-range basses and synths. I loved that it was totally synthetic! (being 18 in 1992 I was very much into the breakbeat hardcore era) So I decided to buy a PC and start producing my own beats.4 years later in 2007 I had my 1st release on Ocean Drive Records Miami, Fl.A track called "More" which I'm still very proud of. Around the same time I started remixing (which I love to do) other peoples tracks from acapellas to recording vocals, then around 2008 I got a chance to remix "pussy In the Booth by CFR" I remixed the track and it came within the top 10 best remixes and was released on a remix album via CFR records Milwaukee, Wisconsin.In late 2007 I decided to get into radio broadcasting. So I went to my local radio station in Manchester and I asked them direct. The next week I was on a 2 week radio training course with WFM97.2, from that point I then stayed at Wythenshawe FM97.2 Manchester for over 2 years only giving it when I was asked to do TV around Feb 2010.Now in 2010 I'm presenting for a TV show called Elek Troniqueâ„¢ I'm still producing, still DJing but now I'm in front of 3 big cameras, sometimes a (blinding) lighting kit and a boom mic.A short ElekTroniqueâ„¢ Heads up:Elek Troniqueâ„¢ is a new music 'docu/zine' TV show. Focusing on 5 electronica dance genres; House, Techno, Drum & Bass, Dub Step & Electro. I cover the D&B, Dubstep & Ol' Skool side of things, but occasionally I cover the Tech House side of things. I've personally interviewed 34 guests such as Andy C & MC GQ, Ray Keith, N-Type, Nicky B.Market, DJ Marky, Noisia, Sub Focus, Scratch Perverts, DJ Hype, DJ Marky, Jakwob, Bare Noize, Zed's Dead, Utah Saints, Skream, Breakage the list goes on and on.ElekTroniqueâ„¢ will be launched around the end of September 2010 with full and edited interviews, merchandise, MP3 downloads and much, much more. Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV will feature over 60 of the worlds best DJs and Producers. You will see the biggest name in Tech house; Technaisa, Mauro Picotto, Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Sneak, Joris Voorn, Utah Saints and many, many more artists live on stage and interview.From the director, to the cameramen, to the presenters of Elek Troniqueâ„¢.TV all are musicians within their own right. This show is thoroughly musician based is dedicated to the DJ's, the producers & the production.Nuff respeckts to All producers fans & music lovers!!Rolaz
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