And the beat goes on!
  • Incognito - From the vaults - Always There

    Incognito: Always There!

    More than 30 years have gone since UK-based Jazz/Funk collective Incognito's first foray into music, with their freshness kept as alive as day #1, despite unceasing line-up modifications along with time. Souvenir of a meeting back in 1991 with the band's mastemind, Jean-Paul Bluey Maunick... [Read More...]
  • Barry White - Gone on a 4th of July - A Tribute

    Barry White: Gone on the 4th of July!

    Billy Joel's 'I Love You Just The Way You are' seemed tailored for him. He, as an artist, was just the way he happened to be as a man, which probably explains why so many of us loved him. 11 years have gone since his passing, and the double since our very first meeting. Barry White, je me souviens... [Read More...]

Hoochie Coochie: Tyne To Visit!

by indamixworldwide in Spotlight

Music, just like food, needs the right environment to be appreciated at its highest. Newcastle's Hoochie Coochie is undoubtedly one of these places to be bookmarked! [Read More...]


Say It Loud!

  • The Politics Of Dancing (vol.2) - It's Just Me, Myself & I
    “It’s Just Me, Myself and I”, used to sing Hip-Hop famous De La Soul back in the day. A theme which, almost 25 years after, has never seemed so up to date when everything should be the opposite. How come have we collectively managed to find ourselves so far from the words of wisdom preached during what was the Genesis of House Music, not to mention during the Disco daze? Unless the Hippy ones as embodied by the souvenir of the legendary Woodstock Festival??? [Read More...]

For Your Ears Only!

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  • Audiology (vol. 1) - Put the needle to the record

    Put the needle to the record!

    07/04/2014 // 0 Comments

    And here came the turntable… Originally known as the gramophone, the phonograph (or the record player) got introduced back in 1877 for the recording and reproduction of sound recordings. The recordings, played on such a device, consisted of waveforms that were engraved onto a rotating cylinder or... disc! And while the cylinder or disc was rotating, a stylus (or needle) would trace the waveforms and vibrate to reproduce the recorded soundwaves... [Read More...]

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