:: Friday, September 26, 2003
An apt tribute to the late Robert Palmer, check out the new video from DJ Hell's upcoming album 'NY Muscle'. This link is to the original German page, and this link is to the google translated English version. Thanks to Christoph for the link.
:: Thursday, September 25, 2003
Watch Tiga's new Hot in Herre Video.
I usually don't mix politics and robotics, but after watching last night's California gubernatorial recall election debate, I have to encourage you to get out there and vote on October 7th, and furthermore vote for the only candidate who seems to have the vision and intelligence to lead California into a new era of prosperity. That's none other than Green Party candidate Peter Camejo. Check out his website and where he stands on California's important issues.
:: Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Autumn is finally upon us and with it comes a back-to-basics attitude and a renewed devotion to bringing you, my fellow robots regular site updates and the best in electro-happenings. Not to say that my summer was uneventful, in fact it was so jam packed I hardly had time to touch my keyboard. Here's my summer in a nutshell, rather than me blather on about it check out the photographic evidence for yourself:
- Summer in Berlin (and Frankfurt) Photos | Soundtrack
- Tokyo Photos | Soundtrack
- Grand Cayman Islands Photos | Soundtrack
- Burning Man Photos | Soundtrack
- New York (Tokion Creativity Now) Photos | Soundtrack
Kicking off the fall concert series was none other than the venerable Fischerspooner at the Fillmore, which was a fun affair as to be expected. They played 2 new songs that I remember which were a promising precursor to a new album. Here are a few events you should also be aware of depending on your geographical locale:
Monday 9.29 - Check out new Minimal Monday at the Hush Hush lounge for minimal techno & electro. Cover is FREE!
Friday 10.3 - Tokyo Electric takes over the Paradise Lounge for a night of Electro, Italo Disco and New Wave.
November 28 - TAMALA 2010,
A Punk Kitty in Space. Details as the date approaches!
Proof that hip-hop has reached its lowest moment.