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originally posted on my blog "SIRLENSALOT meets LENS J" ... stay tuned ...
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Another forward thinking label is Dubtemple Records, based in Brisbane, Australia. Their releases a free for download from the link above. Two of them immediately caught my attention: Blood Dunza and Bunda. Also check the Lee Scratch Perry Beat Tape - compilation.
In Singapore an audiovisual collective called Syndicate SG is filling the void. Check out the amazing sound blog link of Jonathan Nah aka KIAT(you can buy his releases on Qilin) Further have a listen to other artists of the collective on their soundcloud page.
Thailand seems to be a little behind on the heavy bass music but If you are into Disco, definitely check Jaree Thanapuras, Grammaphon Children.
So far so good; lot´s of links, i know.
Have a listen, support the additional artists and enjoy.
As my flash website does not really work on iphone and ipad and as I really dont want to start it all over again in html - feel free to follow or bookmark my blog SIRLENSALOT meets LENS J as a slimmed version of my actual (flash) profile featuring some selected films, photographs, mixtapes and tracks.
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What I can most definitely say after listening to it several times is this: a very solid and emotionally varying - 30 minutes long - journey through 14 (very well remastered) instrumentals produced by "The Midnight Eez" between 1995 and 1996. A comment i made about one track called "night walk" earlier this week: "in a state of inner peace while listening to this". And I have nothing more to Tips say than that. Very much recommended this one and - on top - it comes for a veeeery reasonable price. As long as supplies last i suppose!
Thank you All-City for digging this one out and making it affordable for anyone buying records and trying to support artists.
We are very excited to announce: The HELP FOR JAPAN "Secret Postcard" Art sale presented by Francesca von Habsburg/T-B A21, Elsa König, Elsa Okazaki and weblink Andrew Standen-Raz.
The HELP FOR JAPAN Charity Event for the Red Cross, held on April 17th, 2011 at the Pratersauna in Vienna, will be one of the largest line-up of leading musicians, artists, fashion designers & locally based businesses seen in Vienna for a long time. 3pm till ...
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