Last Friday night I premiered my latest remix for Australian electronic artist Flume on my Open Sauce radio show (which you can listen to HERE) and now it's available to download free for a limited time from the SoundCloud link above.
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Recently I've been writing music for the Tiger Translate project and as part of that I produced 3 EPs worth of original music inspired by and made from the sounds of the cities we visited. Now Tiger have gone one step further and commissioned Li Han to create an image inspired by my track "Refraction"
My weekly Open Sauce radio show on Oz Radio Jakarta has been going for just over a year now and its's been a great success. So much so that I now have control of 2 hours every Friday night from 9-11pm which means double the selection of brand new electronic music from around the world, more DJ mixes and interviews from the worlds most exciting artists and a bunch of surprises to come.
I'm now on the lookout for loads more exciting new music for the show so if you want your tracks heard in Indonesia in our new, prime time slot, send your files to my Soundcloud dropbox http://soundcloud.com/man-one/dropbox and if it's cool, different or just plain mental, I'll give it a spin on the show.
Please make sure that all files include both the name of the track and your artists name or I won't be able to shout you out. (you'd be amazed how many tracks I get sent with only the track name)
Here's to doubling my weekly music listenage. Can't wait to here it all :)
After screening in theatres all over the world for the last year or so, KanZeOn is now available on DVD + CD and includes the film, an excellent video re-mix from Amoeba AV, some deleted/ extended scenes and a CD featuring the original soundtrack (including a couple of new tracks from me) and remixes from myself, Kid Kanevil, Woob, Tatsuki* and many more.
I'm getting ready for a bunch of shows with the SIDESHOW KUTScrew this summer and as an introduction to those that don't know me or a present for those that do, I've compiled my first Sideshow Kuts mix.
Me and Pablo return to Bassment, Hong Kong on April 27 for another session with LEVIATHAN. Theres a new look and a few surprises planned but the vibe remains the same, as does the fine Tech-House, Minimal and Techno that we'll be spinning.
Myself and Pablo Cartel are starting a new night in Hong Kong at the legendary FLYnightclub. It's kind of a blend of the usual TESKO EVANGELISTS sessions with a little added bass, beats and electrical sounds. We launch Thursday April 12th plus it's free to get in all night. Details over at the Facebook page and we'll post a bunch of videos, pics and recordings over the next few weeks.
My goodself and Pablo Cartel are back in Hong Kong on March 30th for another session at LEVIATHAN in our TESKO EVANGELISTS guise. Expect huge amount brand new Tech-House, Minimal and Techno and it's free to get in to pop down in HK will be yourlocation choice.
Last week I met a very interesting young man. He was hiding in an alley between two buildings with nothing to differentiate him from the usual lurkers and creepers but a small Mic poking out of his jacket. After a quick double-take to make sure it was not some type of weapon, I approached him and asked what he was recording. Initially he looked like he wanted to run but as the alley was blocked at one end and I was now covering the other he simply said "music".
I decided I needed to buy this guy a coffee so I explained that I also make music from the sound of cities and asked if he would join me for a chat. He reluctantly agreed and we spent the next few hours discussing music, sampling, noises and Star Wars. Suddenly I could see that he was becoming impatient and nervous and after checking his phone for the fiftieth time, he announced that he had to leave and as he did so, he thrust a CD in to my hand and ran (literally) off into the city. What I heard on the CD was nothing short of inspirational. A textured mass of sounds and noises woven into 11 tracks of musical wonderment.
Written on the CD was only a phone number and the words "Technique Noidust", so I gave the number a call and left a message with details of my TRNZ projects, my website address and email and asking him if he might be interested in collaborating in the future.
To be honest I didn't really expect any response but this morning I received an email which read as follows:
"Hey Man. Checked your TRNZ and it sounds wicked! I'd be up for collaborating with you but I find it very difficult to work with others as I am quite shy and not very good at talking to people. I would be up for doing a remix of your TRNZ projects though if you can send me the recordings you have made on your travels? Thanks for the coffee. T N"
This got me thinking. There are 2 new TRNZ eps about to drop, one of which is a return to Cambodia (where the TRNZ project originally began) and I had thought that doing another from the same place may not be in the spirit of the project, at least so soon since I recorded the last one so I contacted my new found friend and asked him that if he had time, was inclined to do so and if I sent him my latest batch of field recordings from Cambodia, if he wouldn't mind producing a 5 track EP and become part of my ongoing TRNZ adventure. His response was quite simply "Yes! Send me the sounds and I'll have it finished in a week".
And so here we are, welcoming a new friend to the Open Sauce family and another international, audio explorer to TRNZ.
Thank for joining us Technique Noidust and we look forward to hearing your music.
Technique Noidust - TRNZ: Cambodia 0.2 will be available very soon....
Back from Bangkok in Man One mode for only a few days and it's already time to transform into TESKO EVANGELISTS and dive straight into another LEVIATHAN session in Hong Kong. Join us this Friday for some healthy Minimal, Tech-House & Techno. Details over at the FACEBOOK page