Archive for June, 2007


Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

Disconnected: In more ways than one. I’m moving this week and likely won’t have much access to the internet for several days. So no posts and patchier than usual email response. Monu: It’s not new but I recently discovered a copy of Monu at the local newsagent. Monu simply stands for Magazine on Urbanism. It’s […]

Mighty Rob Smith in T.O.

Thursday, June 14th, 2007

TONIGHT! With the Resinators. I can’t make it but I’d like to hear a report from anybody who does.

Blogariddims 24 : Moving South

Sunday, June 10th, 2007

Download The final installment in this stunningly good first series of Blogariddims. A big thank you to Droid for putting it together and to all the Blogamuffins – Droid, Slug, Gutta, Mattb, John Eden,, Bassnation, Soundslike, Rambler, Hal, Heatwave, Wayne Marshall, Naphta and DJ Flack – for their excellent contributions. And, of course, thanks […]

Up! style

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

Weird news from Sen who spotted a mention of in, get this, the in-flight magazine of Canadian airline WestJet. Somehow, a one-page dubstep exposé found its way into this month’s issue of Up!, alongside aero-sedatives like “The 2007 Canadian Value Golf Guide” and a thing about lighthouses. The scan is clicky. Check out Sen’s […]

Uncarved shop

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Did you know John Eden was an astronaut? I didn’t. His travel writings and more at the new Uncarved shop.


Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

** Double shadow: kode9 and Space Ape Just recovering from my brief stint at the MUTEK festival in Montreal earlier this week. Thursday night’s Nocturne showcase at the SAT brought together a dream lineup of Shackleton, kode9 & Space Ape, and Rhythm & Sound with Tikiman on the mic. I spent the better part of […]

Blogariddims 23 : La Ola De Calor

Friday, June 1st, 2007

A scorcher from Gabriel at Heatwave… Like Ini Kamoze sings in the opening track, there’s a world of (reggae) music on La Ola De Calor: sung, rapped and MC’d almost entirely in Spanish, from reggae to soca, dancehall to cumbia and reggaeton to hip hop. Artists featured hail from Panama, Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Argentina, […]