Mixmaster Morris(Ninja Tune)Tomorrow night!! (1 Viewer)


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Psychonavigation Radio & Bass present :

Mixmaster Morris (Ninja Tune Records,Uk) : DJ set

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Alucidnation (Big Chill Records,UK) : Live set

Sean Quinn (Psychonavigation Records) : Live set

DJ. Cal

VJS: Jim Myogenic + Yeager

Venue: Crawdaddy Old Harcourt Station, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2,

Date: Friday 11th February '05

Time: 8pm - 11PM

Admission: 10 Euro

Advance tickets from http://www.tickets.ie

Mixmaster Morris biography

Mixmaster Morris (real name: Morris Gould) began his career as a DJ around 1982, spinning indie and punk music in London. As he continued, he expanded to experimental jazz and fusion artists like Sun Ra and Captain Beefheart. He also started to host one-man electronic shows, using loops and tapes to make hypnotic, ambient mixes.
He began to work in London's pirate-radio scene, where he first gained the nickname Mixmaster Morris. In 1987, Morris and his musical partner began making music under the moniker of irresistible Force.
1988 saw the first annual Madhouse event. The show that was one of the first to celebrate electronic music. A tour with Meat Beat Manifesto led to the recording of his first single, 1989's "I Want To," and a split from de Moor that saw him retaining the name Irresistible Force.
He was the supporting DJ for the Shamen's tour of Europe, while continuing to play chill-out rooms at underground parties. He performed regular gigs at Alex Patterson’s (The Orb) legendary club Heaven.
He then played an infamous 16 hour long show with Aphex Twin. In 1992, he finally released a full album under the Irresistible Force name, Flying High. numerous singles, remixes followed. The next album, “Global Chillage” came in 1994
Irresistible Force was becoming one of the premier names in ambient music, giving Morris the chance to tour the world with his unique sound. Several tours, including notable appearances with rock artists Seefeel and Spiritualized, would follow as he began to get the credit he deserved as one of the first ambient techno artists.
Problems with his label prompted a break from recording, but by 1998 he returned with “It's Tomorrow Already” on the Ninja Tune label.


Alucidnation Biog:

Immersed in the haven of his extensive home studio, Bruce Bickerton (aka
alucidnation) has been amassing a wealth of distinctive work for the
past twelve years.
Having been an integral part of The Big Chill's unique scene since late
2000, Bruce's live performances are famed for their innovative
mix of ambient electronic soundscapes and his own brand of deep
dubby house; some of which is accompanied by his distinctive vocals. His
live performances are further occasionally enhanced by contemplative
photographic work.
Until recently, only the merest fragments from his prolific output had
leaked out – amounting to two critically acclaimed limited edition EPs
on Big Chill Recordings, tracks on numerous downtempo compilations and a
handful of remixes. His collaborations include work with musical
luminaries such as Tom Middleton and Ulrich Schnauss.
Bruce has just released his debut album "Induction", which is currently
available from Big Chill Recordings at www.bigchill.net until its official
release later this year.

Critics have described it as "a benchmark album which is pure, unaffected
and generous in spirit" . To hear some alucidnation check out his
gorgeous website at www.alucidnation.co.uk.


Sean Quinn Biog

Seán Quinn is an electronic musician / composer / producer who grew up listening to the music of Kraftwerk, John Foxx, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, La Düsseldorf. His first introduction to music performance was as synthesizer player & producer in Belfast¹s semi-legendary electronic outfit One Deaf Ear. ODE relied heavily on the use of electronic percussion; incorporating TR 808, Simmons drums & touch synthesizers alongside conventional drum kit as the main rhythmic base for their music.

He is the only Irish person ever to be signed to the legendary ambient label E.G. Records whose roster included Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Harold Budd etc.
As a member of Dubh Chapter in the early nineties he worked with producer & System 7 mainman Steve Hillage. He was even asked to come up with a name for the embryonic System 7!- but didn't.

He has also worked with the Penguin Cafe Orchestra & Language recording artist TAO from Japan. As one half of electronic duo The Vivid he released 2001's unanimously critically acclaimed "Stripper" album which was used on a Channel 4 documentary on Creamfields and was released in Germany via New Music GmbH where it's predecessor "Shiny" sold 10.000 copies.

"Skylines" is his first solo release and began life when EG Records asked him to record an ambient album for their Editions EG imprint. Unfortunately the label is now dormant but he went ahead and finished the record and its just been released now on Psychonavigation Records.The tracks "Skyline" & "Loop Thereof" are being used as the soundtrack to the documentary "Identity" on the life of Nelson Mandela which is currently being edited and is due to be screened worldwide in the Autumn.

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