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Decisive podcast Munich Resident Exclusive #3
December 16, 2014 04:20 PM PST
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Hello Listeners, I am your host Roberto Ingram and I find it humbling that each artist I have reached out to do the work has been so positive and pleased to be a part of the Decisive podcast show. So in 2015, I will raise the bar to special international guest as well.

Today at 6pm CET & UTC (GMT) 17:00:00 you can listen to Decisive Podcast Munich Resident Exclusive Series. I am happy to invite to this episode of Decisive podcast Munich Exclusive #3, Benna(Harry Klein Resident) a warm hearted guy and a music lover to the core.

Born and raised? 

Munich Motor City

When did you start djing?

About the age of 15 I bought my first dance music records and one Technic 1200 turntable, 2 years later I bought another turntable and a ECLER mixer. Do you have another profession? I worked as a Booker for Gigolo Records in 2004. Later I established my own agency. After 2 years of working successfully as a one man agency I joined forces with Harry Klein Club and Harry Klein Booking was born. 7 years later till this day we outsource the agency and renamed it Vice Versa Agency, where I still do logistics. 3 years ago I started working with kids as an educator at an after school care club I work there part time but this is my main profession.

Track list and why you chose the tracks?

I lock myself for hours on the weekend and do the mix for these series. I am not sure yet in which direction it will go now at the moment. I am curious myself winking

What Artist is an inspiration to you?

Lots of different artists from different genres inspiring me. I listen so many different styles of music that I could fill pages when I start writing down names. I always listen to the records I am buying and on my phone I listened the new Andy Stott album often, the new album from 2562 and Shabazz Palaces (which I saw live for the second time, 2 weeks ago in Munich).

Favorite label?

There are lots of labels I appreciate for their output so it`s impossible for me to say this or that is my favorite one. When we talk about buying music online I would say that Clone and Hardwax have a great pre-selection for my taste. And of course I spend a lot money at Discogs.

Favorite club you have played?

I think that a good party night (or day) rises and falls with the people on the dance floor. The first gig that comes to my mind right now when I think about breathtaking locations I´ve played at was a gig at the rooftop on the 60th or something floor in Panama City. Unfortunately the party itself was not that special as the location.

Are you producing or any planned releases?

I still spend some time producing but no release is planned. What do you think about the Munich Underground Club Scene? Over the last 10 years we have got a lot of good clubs for electronic music. I leave the debate about underground up to you guys out there – I don`t care about that.

What is your primary source to play music (vinyl,digital,USB,cd)?

I still buy a lot of records and I love to play them. Unfortunately it`s often rather difficult to have proper running turntables and needles in the DJ Booth. Of course I also play music from USB-Stick or CD`s.

What can your fans expect to hear in your Dj sets?

Good music of course (in my opinion least). I guess the best word to describe it would be eclectic and of course it depends on playtime at the club or party.

Up Coming Dates:

20.12. Harry Klein 25.12. Palais (Afterhour)

31.12. Harry Klein

05.01. Harry Klein

10.01. Club Caliente

24.01. Harry Klein

Decisive podcast Track list:

01. Slim „Your Chair“

02. Jouem „Hyperion“

03. Frank & Tony “Companion”

04. John Daly “Move”

05. Ralph Lawson & Tuccillo “Lost in Dub”

06. North Lake “Marlborol Noir” Miajica “Space-Future-Communication”

07. SDC “Angel Grove”

08. Crooked Man “Try Me”

09. Edward ”Skating Beats”

10. John Swing “Funky Thoughts”

11. Tophat & Art Alfie “5:56 Tool”

12. Lo Shea “Home”

13. The Lost Kid “Southern Discomfort”

14. Bedouin “Indecision”

15. Losoul “Lies”

16. 2562 “Utopia’”

Decisive Podcast - Munich Resident Exclusive #2
December 05, 2014 01:28 AM PST
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Decisive Podcast Series 2014 Hosted By Roberto Q. Ingram
"Munich Resident Exclusive"

Now till the end January 2015, I will be featuring guest mixes from local resident dj´s in Munich and abroad. Passionate Dj`s known and up coming because of their decisive music taste, uncompromised to challenge the listeners imagination.

I have noticed that these talents getting attention in the Munich electronic scene. There are more and we will get to them but for the moment I will only name a few like Markus Mehta, Deep Down Dave,Kareem El Morr, Philipp Von Bergmann, Liza and Special Guest from Croatia Ivan Komlinovic.

Second up on the show is:
Deep Down Dave.

I have know Dave for nearly 7 years now and I could remember back in the day, in his room while we listened to the new records he bought and a few of his dj mixes.
The sound was right up my alley Deep. I can remember calling him Deep Down Davey Dave. He is a warm hearted guy that I find quite interesting because of passion for the music. Here is his story.

Where were you Born and Raised ?

I was born in Starnberg close to Munich and raised in a small Town called Wolfratshausen in the South of Munich.

When did you start djing?

I started DJing in 1991 and collecting music in the mean time it's been almost 24 years now.
I got infected naturally. Becoming a DJ was always my goal and back when I was 14 my first party in a cellar. Just with a simple Turntable and 2 CD players without a Mixer. Just playing track after track to keep the vibe going. When I turned 15 I started with Hip Hop Djing at a youthcenter, there I could
practice my skillz on 1210´s. When I turned 18 I asked my dad to give me the money he saved to buy my first car.
I said to him. I don´t want a car . I want my own Technics 1210´s !
I still own them, at 18 I discovered the Munich Nightlife back then my favorite place was Ultraschall Club in Riem.
I was inspired by so many great DJ´s like Joey Beltram, Dave Clarke, Cristian Vogel and Jeff Mills.
After each club performance I went back home and practiced a lot to improve my mixing skillz, Then I started making a lot of Mixtapes on Cassette and shared these with people that felt right to me. That is how I got into da game.

Are you producing your own music?

Well I started buying me gear in recently, yes I am working on own productions.
I recently joined the Tuesday Slump Label and yes I want to release my music
when it feels right for me.

What Artist is an Inspiration to you ?

The artists I admire are Levon Vincent, Kassem Mosse, Shed, DJ Qu and Stenny

Favorite Label ?

Novel Sound, Workshop and Dekmantel

Favorite Club ?

I am a resident at the Rote Sonne Club in Munich which is my favorite place to play. Feels like home there !

Why did you choose these Tracks ?

Well I wanted to create a Mix mainly with tracks I bought recently.
So this is a Mix with fresh tunes that I really love at the moment.
Some others haven´t even been released. There are 3 tracks from close friends
from Munich in this Mix which will be released in near future and I wanted
those Tracks to be heard out there.
There is SCNTST. A very young and talented Nice Guy which I am a great Fan of.
He will soon be releasing an Ambient Album which is great from beginning till end
and the Track I choose from this album is a perfect Interlude to this Mix.
Then there is Andi Damaschun. A very close friend of mine from Munich.
He is the co founder of new upcoming and interesting label "Tuesday Slump" which I joined recently and the perfect label for some of my own stuff in the future.
Then there's Trap10, who are also kind, talented guys and friends of mine.
They made a few great Tracks recently and the Track FRQ28 which is featured in my Podcast will probably be released at an acclaimed Berlin based techno label next year. A pure Dancefloor Bomb.

What do you think about the Munich Underground Club Scene?

Munich´s got a great scene. There´s also a lot of talented producers in and around Munich at the moment like The Zenker Brothers, SCNTST, MRAD, Trap10, Mirco Schilk, Henry Gilles and the Public Possesion Guys to name a few.
There are for sure some more out there. We will see.
I am looking forward for everything upcoming from these guys.
There are some interesting Clubs like Rote Sonne, MMA, Kong or Bob Beaman but there is also something I would like to change each one of those clubs. I miss a Top Notch Club in Munich to be honest.

What is your primary source for playing your music (vinyl,digital,USB, cd)?

Vinyl of course. I am really in Love with Vinyl since the beginning and I won´t stop !
I also play sometimes Tracks from CD. But rarely.

Do you have another profession ?

Yes. I am selling flowers at the Grossmarkthalle in Munich.

What can your fans expect to hear in your Dj sets?

A well balanced mixture of Music from the past and the present.
I really love to create journeys through different styles between
Deep House, Chicago House, Detroit, Dub Techno, Broken Beats and Electro.
Always depends on my mood and how I feel.

Expect the Unexpected !

You can hear Deep Down Dave at his next gigs on these dates:
06.12.14 Kesselhaus
O1.01. Stock 5 Afterhour Rote Sonne
31.01.15 Rote Sonne with Ben Sims and Phillip von Bergmann

Decisive Podcast Deep Down Dave Track List:
01. SCNTST - Render for Peace - Boys Noize
02. Various Artists - Quarter Notes 3 - A2
03. Mark E - Night Heart - Futureboogie
04. Tuff City Kids - Breacher - Ostgut Ton
05. Juju & Jordash - Untitled - Dekmantel
06. DJ Gregory - And - Faya Combo
07. MFO - Anti Social Plan - Dekmantel,
08. Trap10 - FRQ28 - Not on Label
09. Flug - Shaping the Way - Enemy Records
10. Damaschun - Bitch me Up - Tuesday Slump
11. Trus´me - Moonlight Kiss (Skudge Rmx) - Prime Numbers
12. The Exaltics - Never be Enough - Clone West Coast Series
13. Marco Zenker - Geezin - Ilian Tape

The next Decisive Podcast Series Munich Resident Exclusive mixes will be,
in random order is:
Markus Mehta Electronic Soul
Benna Harryklein Resident
Kareem El Morr Munich Resident
Roberto Q.Ingram Munich Resident

Special Guest from Croatia Ivan Komlinovic

Then more in January 2015 "Great News & surpise International Guests so stay tuned.

Decisive Podcast Series 2014 Hosted By Roberto Q. Ingram "Munich Resident Exclusive"
November 25, 2014 03:25 PM PST
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Decisive Podcast Series 2014 Hosted By Roberto Q. Ingram
"Munich Resident Exclusive"

Now till January 2015, I will be featuring guest mixes from local resident dj´s in Munich and abroad. Passionate Dj`s known and up coming because of their decisive music taste, uncompromised to challenge the listeners imagination.

I have noticed that these talents getting attention in the Munich electronic scene. There are more but for the moment I will only name a few like Liza, Deep Down Dave, Markus Mehta, Kareem El Morr, Philipp Von Bergmann and Special Guest from Croatia Ivan Komlinovic.

First up is a female by the name of LIZA, she is from West Germany and resides in Munich for nearly 20 years
She started beat matching at the age of 14 then at 22 she began djing in a proper club.
Part of her inspiration musically comes by the way of dj/producers from New York,
DJ Qu, Levon Vincent, Joey Anderson, Anthony Parasole.

LIZA says there are many labels she enjoys but at the moment Potion and Strength music spark her interest.

When I asked her what should her fans expect in her sets?
She adds, I hope the people that listens or dances to my sets will experience something new, different, and heart felt.

Liza is a Resident at Harry Klein & Rote Sonne, Lately she has made guest appearances at Kong and MMA.

Her next dates in Munich are:
20.12.| Harry Klein |w Giorgia Anguilli
26.12.| KONG |w Oliver Deutschmann & Leo Küchler
31.12.| MMA | Stock 5 NYE

Track list and why you chose the tracks?

Carl Craig - At Les // Planet E
DJ Boom - Kinda Kickin (Efdemin Remix) // Curle-Petite
Simon Haydo - Keep Your Distance // Studio Barnhus
DJ Qu - Soma // Strenght Music
Levon Vincent - Polar Bear Make Nice // Deconstruct Music
Skee Mask - Cylo // Ilian Tape
Graze - Thundare // New Kanada
Terron - Promo // Whities
Levon Vincent - DJSF II // Novel Sounds
Art Departement - Cruel Intentions (Fred P Redshape Beats Edit)
DJ Qu - All Across The Floor // Underground Quality
Ivano Tetelepta - Smokin' G (The Analogue Cops Remix) // Fear Of Flying
Kassem Mosse - Demo Drums Rippin' // Kinda Soul Recordings

What Artists is an inspiration to you?

Well i guess that inspiration comes from quite a lot different things. There are def. artists that i look up to, all the guys from New York, DJ Qu, Levon, Joey Anderson, Anthony Parasole. They have such a well idea of how their music should sound like and how they produce their music. Not to mention their ideology of DJing. You never know what’s going to happen in their DJ sets and that excites me. But i really don't want to refer too much to names and labels, as I guess that there are other things that inspire me more personally at the moment. There are things that you experience, on an emotional level, on a visual scale as well as on a listening level, and that brings you to a certain mood. And for me as a DJ I try to project my current mood to my DJ sets, so this is also why they can really change from time to time. I think that your mood and your feelings are fluid and so is your music.

Not to get me wrong, i think that having role models is definitely an indispensable part of your inspiration and you always need other artists that led your way to where you want to go and be someday. But i think that your feelings, your mood and your own view and thinking on music should lead you in the first step. So to answer your question, I feel pretty melancholic at the moment - which is basically because I mostly feel like this in autumn time.

I think it's the most exciting time of the year. Everything’s changing, you’re kind of saying goodbye to all the euphoria and bliss of the summer and you start to slow down a bit and get into this certain mood. For me, this is a typical feeling that gets you every time before winter is coming, and I love it. So basically at the moment i feel pretty emotional, so my sets are emotional too. A bit more of trying to achieve a certain level of profundity. I also went to many concerts last times, non-electronic, that inspired me in many different ways. I listened to so many amazing records. I love the music of Warpaint, I listened to their latest album probably 1000 times, and I fell in love with it so deeply. Combined with all the experiences I made, people I met, in a good way but also in a bad way. I guess that all of this is flowing into my DJ sets mainly at the moment.

Born and raised?

In the west of Germany. A pretty small and nice city near to Düsseldorf, called Neuss. I moved to Munich when I was 20 I guess, so I’m living here for more than 6 years now.

Favorite label?

You cannot name one label to be your favorite, there are too many great labels. But trying to go that way, for example for me Dolly Dubs is not only one of the best labels but also always one step ahead. As already mentioned regarding Levon and the others, also in this case I feel that Steffi has such a sharp and clear view on how her music and the artists that are releasing on the label should sound like, but without staying in the same box again and again. She always reinvents herself, as well as her label, so this is what is actually fascinating me. I'm also pretty excited about "Potion", the new label founded by Murat Tepeli und Prosumer. And for me "Strength Music" never fails. As already mentioned, I love nearly every release of DJ Qu, and I love every release of the label.

Favorite club you have played?

Besides my residencies at Harry Klein and Rote Sonne, in which I’m always enjoying my nights, i really like the new MMA. I think it's amazing and I'm already pretty excited to play there next time.

Are you producing and Planned releases?

Yes I am. I am really a newcomer in this whole producing thing. At the moment I'm working with Logic only, no machines, just to outline my ideas and thoughts and to take first steps and afterwards extending my equipment. I'm really excited to improve my skills and to release my very own stuff one day. It feels amazing to finally have your own thoughts and music written down. It will still take some time until I'll be ready to release. But I’m already enjoying this whole new thing in my life a lot. It’s a great enrichment for me and I feel really happy with it right now.

When did you start djing?

I started pretty early, when I was 14 I guess. Just by digging for electronic music and learning how to beat match at that age and then went on with this for nearly 10 years. My very first time playing in a proper club was at the age of 22 or something.

What do you think about the Munich Underground Club Scene?

I think that we have a great scene and I can see from last experiences that there are many people with a need for good music. I absolutely believe that it always lies in our hands if we want to "educate" people with good music and bookings. Sometimes I'm a bit bored of the whole talking and the way people define "underground". There are times when you have the feeling that everything is led by what has been defined to be cool, what label to play, what label to wear, where to go, etc.! And there’s so much talking about the things that are surrounding music, instead of simply concentrating on the music itself. For example, I'm also playing a lot of vinyl and I’m buying everything that i love on Vinyl. But i simply don't see the need to add, that my sets or podcast are vinyl only.

It's just so far away from the intention of the thought itself. In the end, it just doesn't matter if it's strictly vinyl, or if it's a good and well thought through set. I also play mostly vinyl but i simply don't see the need to write it as an explanation to my sets. This is just one example to try to explain what I mean, and it’s not because I want to offend anyone. But I have the feeling that there is such a strong need in categorizing yourself in something, instead of just actually creating something simply good. Of course I'd be more skeptical to see a laptop DJ playing, I also started with that in a club because I was nervous as hell and it gave me kind of a “safe” feeling.

Which turned out to be wrong. And I’d be more skeptical to know that the podcast is just recorded with cheap files on Ableton live. It’s just a fact that people who care about music mostly want to spend more money in buying vinyl, instead of just owning all of your music in form of a digital file data bank. But I'm just missing a more natural way of enjoying and handling music, more from the very original and actual intention - which is just the music. The same applies with the scene and the word "Underground". Hating against people that take photographs in the club, screaming out your one sided opinion on all your socials. Without really thinking about what you have actually said and most importantly, without really having the knowledge and therefore the entitlement to act that aggressively when it comes to your statement and intention.

Why don’t you just let people take their photos when they want to have a nice memory from the night to take at home and be happy. Sometimes I just don’t get all the hate and judgement of the people, and it really bores me. For me, putting yourself over other people, thinking that you’re in the position to define what has to be cool and what not, and for that building up hierarchies has nothing to do with the actual word and meaning of “underground”. In my definition, underground means being free from any rules, categories, regulations, boxes, hierarchies and judgement. And I think we’re still failing on this massively. But I truly believe that everything can be really simple. I believe that good DJs, good music and good people working in the scene with a good heart can create the best "underground" culture that we have. We're on our way, but there's def. always a bit of a way to go.

What is your primary source to play music (vinyl,digital,USB, cd)?

Mostly Vinyl, everything that I do not own on vinyl I have on my USB.

Do you have another profession ?

Yes, I'm working in the music industry. I'm mainly responsible for building up new artists and musicians.

What can your fans expect to hear in your Dj sets?

Hopefully always something new and different. But definitely always something from the heart.

I would like to mention a few dates to you might want to attend:

Check Out Rote Sonne who was voted best Booking 2014 at the munich night life awards. You can find out more on their website or Facebook

November 28 - Kareem El Morr and Matze Cramer
December 12 - Tobi Neumann- Julietta - ANA
December 31 - With Vakula
New Years 01.01 Stock 5 Welcome 2015

Congradulations To the Palais Club for winning in 4 categories at the munich night life awards you can find all the details on Facebook or on there website.

The next Decisive Podcast Series Munich Resident Exclusive mixes will be,
in random order is:
Roberto Q. Ingram
Markus Mehta,
Kareem El Morr,
Deep Down Dave
Special Guest from Croatia Ivan Komlinovic

Then more in January so stay tuned.

Roberto Ingram on KeredCast 219 Guest Mix on Aug. 12 2014
September 12, 2014 02:59 AM PDT
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Here is a mix I did for a great podcast series "Keredcast"in New York last month.

Kered writes:
Our guest DJ on KeredCast 219 was born in Cincinnati, raised in Los Angeles and now resides in Munich. At the age of 15 he already knew entertainment and music was his destiny – working as a classical jazz dancer with his first professional gig on the legendary Soul Train TV show. Choreographer, singer, dancer, producer and DJ, he’s got it all. Whether he’s playing in his hometown of Munich, or jet setting to New York, one thing is for sure – he’ll take your mind on a trip and make you dance. Let’s get into the mix with Roberto Q. Ingram!

Enjoy my journey,

The Decisive Podcast Series Episode 17
June 05, 2013 05:23 AM PDT
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Hello its Wednesday June 5, 2013,

I am Roberto Q. Ingram and your listening to my podcast Episode 17 better known as " The Decisive Podcast Series" with yours truly in the Mix. Before I introduce the show in short detail, please be sure hit the play button on my website at the home page at the bottom near the player or at podomatic while reading. it is located in the top menu bar on the left and down below that is the download button, is case you would like to listen to the show at your leisure.

My show today features music from some new comers and cutting edge techno producers with legendary Status. Artists like Robert Hood, Rolando, Mike Dunn, Detroit Swindle, Terence Fixmer, Jonas Kopp, Cosmin TRG only to Name a few. The sound, technic and approach to Desicive this time around is no deture from my feelings about what underground electronic dance music means to me. I guess the best way to describe my vision here is groovy, techno, deep and musical.

I want let you know about a few current Gig Dates coming up. I will be playing Friday July 12th to July 14th in the Uk at Freerotation Festival, the Festival last for three days with many talented Dj`s, Musicians & Visual Artists. As for now i have no idea what the day or the Time My Set is. Never the less Freerotation is a heart felt party that is not to be missed...

Then in Munich Germany on July 28th ,I will be headlining in At the Labor Family "Summer Happening" the last event I played for these promoters was sweet, I am looking forward to playing with some of my Munich buddies again..

So If you are in or around any of these two locations Come Out and Show Some Love! Well nuff said..

lets get to it Here we go with your boy Roberto Q. Ingram in the mix with Decisive Podcast Episode 16.

Give me a shout on my website or facebook,

Enjoy... Decisive Podcast Series Episode 17, is now ready for your ears, iphone, mp3 player.

Decisive Episode 14
August 17, 2012 07:52 AM PDT
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Greetings Everyone,

Don`t only listen Interact! Give your comments about the my podcast, Like, Follow and spread the word.

Its Wednesday August 14, 2012, and you listening to the decisive podcast 14 with Roberto Ingram. Today`s show will be more music than words and the flow deals with mid paced moderation of sound scapes vs beats & bass with a bit of crunch and punch. Decisive 14 is a current reflection of my emotions from deep inside and I am happy to express my feelings to you through a mystical music journey. Listen & Enjoy R.Q.I

Decisive podcast episode 13
April 25, 2012 01:26 PM PDT
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Hello Decisive listeners,

Its Wednesday April25th 2012

Today's music session grooves steadily and fluctuates in and around deep & dark house - electronica - techno and mind you music emphasis on Deep.
Decisive 13 will test your imagination..
I hope you enjoy the choice selection
The track list is fairly unusual stuff from underground producers like:
Sailor Mood
Juan Atkins
Terrence Dixon
Rick Wilhite
Dario Zenker
Just to name a few!

Look out for Roberto q. Ingram feat. on"Come into the light" Dj Chus remix, it is getting mad club & festival play by Ritchie Hawtin.
OM records Says:
"Come Into The Light" is the second single from Wagon Cookin's highly anticipated fourth album, which is scheduled to come out April 2011.
"Come Into The Light" is a solid, retro-futuristic, uplifting and fresh banger featuring Roberto. Q. Ingram on vocals, a charismatic artist born and raised in Los Angeles.

Thank you very much for listening. Please post your comments, tell me what you think? Roberto Q. Ingram

Decisive Podcast Episode 12 - December 13, 2011
December 12, 2011 04:53 PM PST
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Hello it's Monday December 13, 2011
Welcome to Decisive Podcast Episode 12 for Inspiration Network.

As the end of the year comes near to a close I thought it would be nice to leave you something entertaining to your ear drums. The music you are now listening to was Recorded at Bohemian Grove Islington Mill United Kingdom on December 3, 2011.

The Bohemian Grove is all about hearing good electronic music, comfortable surroundings with like minded people. They like to keep an intimate garage setting so the vibe is correct, so if your in or around the UK "The Grove" is with out a doubt the place to be. Thanks to Taff/the event crew and the locals that helped make my stay positive and up beat more the residents Rick Nicholls, Johnny Abstract & Damo B, do represent.

The show, I guess the best way to describe "Decisive Podcast 12" this time around is something I made up. deepsmoothcrunchyhypnotisingbassbeateclecticfundementalorganiclove!

The show is not stream lined to one style of music instead you will find yourself lost and traumatize by the journey. You can download the show, listen via itunes or just press play on the player. I would love to hear from you folks, your comments are important, so please leave them here or at contact information below.

Find more information about Decisive, Bohemian Grove & me here:!/pages/Roberto-Ingram/38329665774

Now without further due here is my dj set at Bohemian Grove 2011.
King Britt Quote: There Is beauty in electronics, Enjoyyyyyyy.

Decisive Podcast Series Episode 11
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August 01, 2011 03:35 PM PDT
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Hello it's Monday August 1st 2011
Welcome to Decisive Podcast Episode 11
5 years Freerotation Festival 2011 Special

I am Roberto Q. Ingram and the music your listening to is my dj set recorded on the evening of July 24 from open air tent at Freerotation 2011.

I have only played at Freerotaion twice but this festival has touched me in way that reminds me of how I got into this business in the first place. 1st high-quality music, 2nd perfect sound system, 3rd lovely people, 4th atmosphere and 5th a pleasant vibe. At Freerotation these important elements are seamlessly combined. The reward is simply amazing!

The intemate festival is located in Wales UK at the historical  , which is nicely surrounded by nature, artists perform in 3 areas with the newly added open air tent.
What is remarkable is that nearly 60 artists spend the entire weekend together with the fans aka Freerotation Members so that by the end of the festival everyone has introduced themselves to one another. This type of interaction amongst party goers and artists is unique.

The organizers Steevio and Suzebee are adult underground music lovers, the staff age range is from 18-60, which adds a positive level of respect, understanding and control. This is why I highly recommend Freerotation. See you there 2012.      

You can find more information Decisive Podcast Series, Freerotation & Roberto q. Ingram  here:

Now without feather due here is my dj set at the open air tent at Freerotation Festival 2011.
King Britt Quote: There Is beauty in electronics, Enjoyyyyyyy. 


Decisive Podcast Episode 10 "Celebration Of Life Special Edition"
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September 04, 2010 02:31 AM PDT
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Hello Music Lovers and Positarians, Friday September 3rd, 2010, Inspiration network is proud to announce its 10th edition of The Decisive podcast Series. Your host Roberto Q. Ingram presents to you an special edition mix that is tasteful and deep "Simply Gems", While you enjoy exclusively designed imagery.

Roberto explains his meaning of "Celebration of Life 2010" plus introduce and interview the C.O.L. special quests artist: Roykey C.E.R.O., dj Sven Weisemann and our local hero Markus Mehta. All this while introducing fresh quality music. In the meantime be sure to stay updated as heavy promotions begin for "Celebration Of Life 2010" Roberto Q. Ingram`s Birthday Bash.

MOre info: Extended thanks to all of you that have took the time to download, listen and shared your feedback. Coming Soon Decisive Podcast 11 Techno Edition.

Enjoy Life, Inspiration Network

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