Februar 2010

Kill Billy

Hamburg, geliebte Stadt, Stadt meiner Jugend, Stadt meiner Träume, was wird aus dir geschehen? Eine Frage, die schon seit Längerem im Raum steht und besonders den Hamburgern Bauchschmerzen bereitet. Der Widerstand gegen die Gentrifizierung großer Teile der Innenstadt bekommt nun neue Nahrung. Ikea plant einen seiner hässlichen, blauen Bauklötze in Altona. Wir sagen »Goodbye Billy«: Olga Ginsbourg und Bonnie Lee Collins in »Kill Billy«

Kill Billy from Lily Rigid

Falsch verbunden

Heute wird geflashmobbt: Bei der FDP anrufen (030 2849580) und sagen, man habe sich verwählt! (Danke Tikimiki Seher)

CC-Music-Selection by Machtdose for Creative Commons at Free Music Archive

Independently from our last curation we were also invited lately for doing another music selection for Creative Commons itself. Which is again a big honour for us! You can find the selection there at the Free Music Archive. This is a portal which started last year and which has grown tremendously in this short time. You really can get lost there for hours and will find a bunch of excellent music there.

I’ve decided to give a little overview over the last few years and to present some of the tracks which are still one of my favourites. Some true classics I still listen to on a regular basis. Could be a good start if the whole CC-thing is new to you – but even if you’re involved you could still find some nice discoveries out of my list.

Podcast February 2010

For the cover I used a photo by Xerones [CC BY-NC]

We’re late this month. Anyhow, I hope it was worth to wait. This time it is a very ambient start and this lasts the whole first half of the show – perfect to survive the sh*tty weather we have right now, – but the other, more up-tempo half should keep you warm too.

  1. zmitser von holzman – shshsh [Zimmer-Records 049]
  2. Uniform Motion – Rain and Soil [aahhh-records 008 / no-source 007]
  3. Moji Moji – El dia que los niños tomaron el poder [Hipi Duki Muzik 03]
  4. Doyeq – Ballet In A Box [Passage 003]
  5. molven – back to originary landscape [Laverna 28]
  6. .tape. – La educación por la paz a toda la población en el camino de la instauración de una Cultura de Paz [phlow.es]
  7. gillicuddy – instrumental #2 [Clinical Archives 350]
  8. Hanom Ausse – Culebras Na Bodega [A Regueifa]
  9. Clutter – A Brilliant Epigram [Clinical Archives 346]
  10. Elco Park – Kaleidoscopic Flower Patterns [Spontan Musik 011]
  11. the menu – moss eisley canapé [Silenced 004]
  12. Blind Foley – Swell Box [Renegade Screw 03]
  13. Feigin – Running from Yakuza [Dusted Wax Kingdom 047]
  14. Nyko Maca + Playground – What We Gonna Do [QED Records 4258]
  15. Das blaue Monster – Nur ein Tag [Der kleine grüne Würfel 09]
  16. Blaque Unit – How Bad [Tonkultur Berlin 23]
  17. Josh Winiberg – Nocturne [Kreislauf 081]
  18. Vicnet – Handicapped Lover [da! heard it records 12]
  19. Anamanaguchi – Helix Nebula [8bitpeoples 65 / Kazoomzoom 007]
  20. The Moot – Spaceman [Kazoomzoom 007]

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Facebook ist spitze

Meine unregelmäßigen Hinweise zu Sicherheitsrisiken auf Facebook werden womöglich als Spielverderbertum interpretiert. Auch wird sich dadurch wenig an unserem Verhalten gegenüber FB ändern. Schadet aber auch nicht, sein eigenes Fehlverhalten im Auge zu behalten.

[Zitat entfernt wg. LSR – Edit roland]

Facebook weiß alles über uns von Friederike Haupt (F.A.Z. vom 09.02.10 – Link entfernt wg. LSR – Edit roland)

Rebel Music Volume 4 curated by Machtdose

Rebel Music Volume 4 @ bitrebels.com We were invited by Fernando Fonseca (who is among other things co-head of the PublicSpaces Lab) to curate one episode of the excellent „Rebel Music“ Series published in tradition of Music Monday on Bit Rebels. Its goal is to promote cc-licensed music which is worth a listening. If you don’t know Bit Rebels, it’s a fundamental site to get informed about the latest trends in the online world and I definitely recommend to put it to your feedreader if you haven’t already.

I’ve decided to select tracks mainly released in 2009 from different styles and genres to give an overview how rich and diversified the netaudio / netlabels scene is by now. And also most of it wasn’t ever played in our podcasts, so it should be still interesting for all our fellow listeners :) .

So please go to Bit Rebels by clicking the cover on the left or this link: Rebel Music Volume 4 – there you can listen to the single tracks and also download the whole thing (for free of course). Don’t forget to leave a comment there!