Monthly Archives: January 2010
Written on January 26, 2010 at 9:24, by Harco Rutgers
Robert Witt recorded his liveset last saturday at Elektrisch Kafe in Paraplufabriek Nijmegen. This is it. Free listen and/or download. Thanks Robert!
Written on January 25, 2010 at 9:37, by Harco Rutgers
Elektrisch Kafe #4 was great. Good live performances, visual art and dj’s. The place was packed. Paraplufabriek Nijmegen is a very nice location. And I even sold some of the merch in the picture above. Some more photo’s here. Update:
Written on January 11, 2010 at 8:43, by Harco Rutgers
Garçon Taupe‘s remix of ‘Monty ON The Run’ for the Poke 20 project features in this mix by Raoul Sinier (who also made a track for Poke 20 by the way). Nice mix!
Written on January 8, 2010 at 21:22, by Harco Rutgers
Some time ago I posted the first edition of the ‘Fear of a hacked planet’ series in Gonzo Circus. Just found a fresh Gonzo Magazine on my doormat, so here’s part two:
Written on January 8, 2010 at 19:35, by Harco Rutgers
Ik val maar gelijk met de deur in huis. Gewoon de nieuwste Transfolmer massaal downloaden via Esc.Rec. Als je speciaal voor de laatste van David Sylvian naar de platenboer in Verweggistan bent afgereisd, daar een stevige duit hebt neergelegd en bij thuiskomst hebt geconstateerd dat het allemaal wat blijft zweven in je eigen luisterruimte, dan Continue Reading »
Written on January 7, 2010 at 10:44, by Harco Rutgers
The next edition of Elektrisch Kafe in Paraplufabriek Nijmegen is on the 23rd of January and starts at 22.00 hrs. And this time it features some esc.rec. artists aswell! This is the complete line-up: Robert Witt, Transfolmer, Modder (Tom Verbruggen aka Toktek & Bardt van der Dennen aka Bird), Pete Concrete (owner of the Eat Continue Reading »
Written on January 6, 2010 at 9:39, by Harco Rutgers
Garçon Taupe made the best dancetrack of 2009 according to this election on Eclectro. Read this nice article by Peter Bruyn in Haarlems Dagblad (in Dutch). Poke 20 is mentioned too.
Written on January 5, 2010 at 17:05, by Harco Rutgers
Review on Touching Extremes by Massimo Ricci: What’s often missing in contemporary improvisation is a logic of entertaining. Does a midway point exist between excessive seriousness and buffoonery? Apricot My Lady – a quartet composed by Adam and Jonathan Bohman, Lukas Simonis and Anne La Berge – try and provide an answer with this amusing CD, which Continue Reading »