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Myles Serge - Grand Rapids Michigan
September 19, 2018 10:12 AM PDT
Hello Decisive music lovers & Everyone around the globe. Tonight Myles Serge is back on the DECISIVE Podcast program for the 3rd time, simply because WE LOVE HIM. Tune in now for a little insight about the life, the music and what it all means to him in his own words.
I am excited and more than happy to welcome back the to the Decisive Podcast Series, our guest today Myles Serge aKa Translate from (Grand Rapids Michigan) an awesome human being, Musician, Dj and Producer, who I had the pleasure to knowing since many years.
This enigmatic dude has been labeled as a low flying techno producer” or even a Reclusive Perfectionist, hard working label head and old school DJ. In this episode of the podcast today we will learn what this all means from the man himself.
Myles experienced a temporary sojourn to the beachside of the the UK?s
As a regular guest at Tresor, with no stranger to bookings at Berlin?s Berghain, Griess Muehle and about blank, to his residency at Steevio?s Freerotation festival in Wales,Myles is a shining example of how one can traverse the EuropeanAmerican transatlantic divide. With a belt of labels under his control (MS), ReForm, Dosed and Space Myles has since moved on to count the likes of NYC?s Thema, The Zenker Brother`s Ilian Tape and Dan Curtin`s Metamorphic imprints as home for his music. Never one to boast, Myles Sergé Clark`s revised approach to the warehouse techno of his recent mixes and DJ sets keeps the quality underground.
Myles Serge Decisive Podcast -Tracklist
August 21, 2018 03:51 PM PDT
Hello Music Freaks, Another podcast here, chasing after your ears to listen into our guest who a major player in the underground music industry The Prince Of Dance Music eLBee BaD. Thats right on the Decisive Podcast series Special. Check out his interview and music mix with your host Roberto Q. Ingram.
More about Elbee,
From childhood to late in teenage years L.B. was playing the drums.
Excellent DJ lessons learned.
The band members were all 3 to 5 years older & when the oldest member was on way to college, his whole attitude changed, as he was taken into what we now call 'the matrix'. Entering university, preparing for adult life & the dream of playing music & making records for a life time dwindled. The dream got sucked away into societies realities. The other 2 band members followed that same basic path.
There was 'The MaD Drummer' losing his band family as each year got closer to being grown up. New York Hip Hop motion was starting up strong. The first modern day raves, block parties, school parties, 2 turntables & a mic parties were replacing bands performing 'everywhere'.
Platinum Enterprise was performing at a well paid wedding. When the bands first set of music was finished, the dj started. The needle dropped on the vinyl & the static was loud enough to 'grab all attention'. Then it came in like the sound of a musical bomb dropping in front of your face…The hits of a snare drum & then horns smoothly flowing & the smoothest LOUDEsT clean & clear sound of madness. Kool & the Gang's live version of Summer Madness. The volume, the Bass & then, toward the end, the synthesised keyboard solo. The moment changed eL's life. The volume & bass coming out the Cerwin Vegas, which was far away from the turntables blew his mind into a musical oblivion & he knew…that's the path.
The young teen got a summer job in which he invested in 2 turntables. That December his mother got him the mixer he was after. (Father did buy the 1st few drum sets). If one could today, imagine never seeing dj's mix. Not having any guides or rules at all. It was all new & nothing was set, & no leaders to follow.
Lots of info on sound systems, making speakers, & use of crossovers etc., were somehow the most important at the time. Probaby due to the fact that sound systems were often thrown together from multiple 'family home systems' that came with lots of watts.
Originate was the key. Tracks (beats) that no one had, was key. New & old music, different genres, nothing mattered & no one cared as long as it was hot & different/unique!
Creating LaRhon Records gave reason to be at record pressing plants. Old factories, dark lighting, with the terrible smell of plastic burning. The friendly feeling in one of them, Apexeton. LB manufactured the 1st two LaRhon releases & there is where he met & befriended the owners, The Ropiak Brothers (City Limits), & the 2 coolest knowledgeable 'helping hand' guys, Silvio Tancredi (Northcott) & Frank Mendez (Nu Groove).
Bad's 2nd batch of 12's came out thru the Apexton connections. Nu Groove & City Limits lead the path. With Apexton LB started his own distribution for some records pressed there. Around the same time 'Gotta Get Some Money' dropped on Nu Groove, it was the first glimpse into a record company as a family, & how it really operated.
Touching both NY's film industry & banging music industry doors LB was laying foundations.
synchronisation of life events become evident.
With Mark E, (Hardwax) inside a reggae record store, ''with my back turned to the door, a voice calls out my 1st name & it's not Mark'' (the only person knowing it). Turn slow & almost into shock seeing a friend from high school. Dexter Porter, time to time singer in Platinum Enterprise, & personal friend of Chaka Khan.
She was the turning point to work in Europe. Offered a position in a new club as resident, & LB became assistant manager-booking agent-dj for the wonderous club called Exit. That gave him opportunity to stop trying to get home. Exit experience also gave way to building club sound systems, booking pop-ular artists (Sister Sledge/Gil Scott Heron/BG The Prince of Rap/Incognito) club management, rave operations, & months of (very little sleep) Friday to Monday basically non-stop. It also birthed the name change, as advised by an angel. Calls herself a witch, saying L.B. Bad (morphed from D.J. Bad) …''for numeric reasons should be more 'strong', than those 5 letters.''
It was in Exit, sunday to Monday morning Berlin hardcore Techno, where resident Dj Tanith dropped Smokebelch two weeks in a row as the last song. Life changer, seventeen 12's records, into the career & the 1st song to generate income, a lovely ambiental song named "New age Of Faith' (bonus track that Frank of Nu Groove did not want)…covered & reproduced by Andrew Weatherall (Sabres of Paradise).
Building up a recording studio for the 3rd time, it took a while to truly find 'his groove'.
Never losing the Mad Drummer flavor & it shows up in complex rhythms again & again.
Music became more & more catorgorized & to help maintain production freedom, Mr. Bad started to add new characters to his own persona.
August 06, 2018 04:28 PM PDT
I know Its been a while since a new podcast has been published but all for good reason and purpose. By popular demand I have decided to do something organic and exciting for all of you and that`s Decisive “live Stream Radio Show. The Radio show has the same loving spirit for excellent music and creative Dj focus. So please check the Decisive Radio Show each month on every third Friday from 8pm-11pm CET. Check us out at radio80k.de Decisive Facebook Group, mix cloud our Soundcloud page and our youtube page will be available soon.
Peace Roberto IngramKim Twiddle
June 07, 2018 08:56 AM PDT
She does different types of music, performance and theater as you will learn during the podcast interview today. For your information Kim´s dj mix will be posted without the interview on the Decisive Soundcloud Page later this week, Check us out on our Facebook group as well but in the meantime I hope you enjoy this talented young ladies story. So lets get on with it, Enjoy!!
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May 31, 2018 12:38 PM PDT
Please welcome to Decisive Podcast Series Live Special # - Ivan Komlinovic, I want to begin by saying I totally appreciate him taking the time to share with us his music and a little bit about him on a personal level.
I want for everyone to listen in to your live recording but before we get to that I would love for our listeners to know more about the man behind this music.
Now that we have gotten an insight on what fuels Mr. Ivan Komlinovic and what keeps him motivated in the underground music scene. Without further due you are tuned in to The Decisive Podcast Series Live Special# 47.
Mark Hand - Decisive Podcast Live Special
May 17, 2018 09:11 AM PDT
Hello Decisive Podcast Members & Listeners,
I hope your week has been awesome because we are just about to make it a little happier for you all. Today I welcome Mr. Mark Hand, musician and professional sound engineer, audio-visual collaborator extraordinaire Mark Hand was classically trained on piano whist growing up, his father the late Alex Hand a jazz saxophonist.
Along side his musical endeavours Mark has had a successful career working professionally as a live sound and studio sound engineer. Working predominantly within musical theater and the creative arts.
His debut solo release was released in 2012 on Newcastle?s excellent Signals imprint, then followed the release of Don`t take it All Aways Featuring Vicky Jackson on Jimpster`s Freerange Records.
Previous releases by Mark have been championed by the likes of Prosumer, Russ Gabriel, Hunee, Alexander Barck, Ben Watt, Soulphiction, Session Victim, Jane Fitz, Layfar, XDB, John Heckle, Steevio, Burnski, Owain K..etc Mark has also often worked with fellow North East producer NY*AK - collaborating on keys for releases on Ninja Tunes?s Technicolour Records imprint, Vicario Records LTD (Mexico) and Local Talk.
Recently Mark has also teamed up with Freerotation`s resident deephouse producer Tom Ellis for Tom`s new Soulstatejazz project..its live deep downbeat improvised music..[Previous releases/labels](solo and collaborative): Signals, Freerange Records, Apartment Records, Departures Records, Fatdog Records, Disko B, Lectroluv/News, Opal Tapes, Beeswax Records, Technicolour Recordings, Vicario Records LTD
The Music your about to hear was recorded live and We hope you can appreciate to love and passion. Enjoy!
"Bassiani We will dance together, they will fight together"
Afrikan Sciences - Decisive Live Special
May 03, 2018 09:35 AM PDT
Hello and welcome to the Decisive Podcast Series,
He is one of the most under rated artists in the business but for me his work is speaks volumes on many different levels, be it Ambient, Afro Futurism, Jazz, Experimental, Poly Rhythms or Electronic Music, this gentlemen has it all. If you think your open minded to "Good Creative Music, then your in the right place to find it.
Let the music speak for it self as you listen in to what I am trying to explain on the Decisive Podcast Series “Live Special”
Check out his other works here:
April 26, 2018 07:26 PM PDT
All You Decisive Listeners in the World,
Listen to the music in full without the interview on Thursday May 3, that`s Next week. And the Whole Month Of May I will present all Live acts recorded exclusively for this podcast series.
You can now listen in to the first Decisive Podcast Live Special presenting Javonntte Garrett, He provides a soulful house sound which fits perfectly for these summer months ahead and he explains how and why music is a very important part of his life. So lets show this brother mad love. Have A Great Weekend, Your Host Roberto Ingram.Mike Trend - Decisive Sunday Edition
April 15, 2018 07:01 AM PDT
Even till this day these influences are noticeable in his DJ-sets. Through the years his sound has evolved - due to the development of own productions as well as various collaborations with other artists his shifted into an original and particular direction.
The pool of music styles Mike can fall back on is not related to conventional music genres, therefore always having a special touch.
Whether performing with his co-producer and friend Basti Grub under the name of "SeMiAmar" or in a trio with Roberto Sotgia and Phil Kamp,
Mike shows his versatility and his capability of surprising his audience time and time again.
His discography is accordingly colourful: releases on Hot Influential Labels such as, Desolat, Compost Records, This And That Lab, Moan, Kina Music amm. No time to sleep! The "Trend" will continue in 2018. Listen and enjoy the sound, Peace!
Mike Trend - Decisive Sunday Edition Tracklist:
01. Simple Symmetry - Best Ice Cream Of Guwahati (Marvin & Guy Afterhour Mix)
02. Simple Symmetry - Plane Goes East (DJ Tennis Remix)
03. LOR - Boy’s Brigade
04. Audision - Red Sky (Robags Saint Grobian Remix)
05. Eduardo De La Calle - Against Kurus
06. Matteo Milleri - Direzione
07. Dewalta - Slagaro
08. Sinfol - Trembling (Efdemin Remix)
09. Levon Vincent - Apreggiator Track
10. Julia Gover - Possibility
11. Juan Atkins & Moritz Von Oswald - Transport (Carl Craig Remix - DJ Deep & Roman Poncet Rework)
12. DJ Koze - Nein König Nein
George Bleicher - Decisive Podcast Munich Exclusive
March 21, 2018 10:23 AM PDT
Shortly after his involvement of this powerful movement and till this day he benefits from the powerful addiction which consumes him and for the Love in fine Music.
Following his excursions with a simple bedroom dj setup he began making creative catchy mixes to a growing crowd of listeners that soon invited him to play at a few well known National Clubs and Festivals.
The skills George developed have now transformed into a serious, unique style of Deep, Punchy and difficult to find Grooves which has become his specific Signature of Sound.
Caught in the Act of this fast Evolution by Munichs Artist Plattform "Expressed Movement" as the Cities hottest Newcomer in 2011, busy George Bleicher a fast musical race.
Meanwhile he has his own residency at Palais Club Munich in addition with his own event called W> PLAY for over 7 years.
Decisive Munich Exclusive - Track List
01. Voiski - WAX Fashion
24.02. @ Palais Club w/ Ray Okpara & Okain
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