Archive for September, 2013

Si Begg, Cursor Miner, Jerome Hill : Tonight!!!

Friday, September 27th, 2013

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Human Safari

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Dopeness

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

From the forthcoming EP “Palimpsest” by Mikey Fingers.

D’weekend

Friday, September 13th, 2013

Fundit poster

Lots on. First up, we’re having a DabbledooMusic party in the Twisted Pepper this Saturday to celebrate our successful Fundit campaign and say thanks to y’all. Get down for 8PM SHARP cos we’re gonna have a big jam session with some graphic scores (bring an instrument!), then A-Force and me are DJing, then Attention Bebe are playing live.

‘That sounds mega, I wanna go!’ you say.

‘NOMNOMNOMNOMNOM,’ we say.

Then we’re gonna hit the Grand Social where Savage and Rudimentary are crewing up to bring you a tasty line-up celebrating a forthcoming Rudimentary release which features Boxcutter, Bass Clef and Sina.

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‘What about Sunday?’ you say.

‘We’ll be dancing in your kitchen still,’ we say.

Space is the Place

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Sun Ra documentary from 1974, worth a watch.

Nass Al Ghiwane

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Richie !Kaboogie – Real

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

BANGER.

Interview for Number Krunch

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

 

Rachel Bothwell from Number Krunch sat down with Shane McKenna and myself recently over a cup of tea to chat about DabbledooMusic, post-successful Fundit campaign. Here’s a quick snippet:

RB: So tell me what you’re trying to achieve at DabbledooMusic?

Shane: It’s a new method of teaching music in primary schools aimed at teachers, children and parents. It exists as a workbook that we self published last December and a free online resource, for use in the classroom or at home. It’s based around a new type of musical notation called graphical notation, which uses moving shapes and colours on a screen instead of classical notation, which uses notes and bars etc.

You can read the rest of Part One here and stay tuned for Part Two…