http://www.gypsyrumor.com Flamenco is a mystery which has taken me down a winding road, at times if felt like a maze, other times like a well crafted science. It brought me moments of utter joy, but also broke my heart. This journey has been illuminated by exchanges with others who were just as lost. Gypsy Rumor blog is place where people who love flamenco can exchange reflections to benefit those that dare the attempt to unlock the mystery.
By Elen Ghulam
Weekly podcast from one of the famous Russian DJs from Moscow. Mix of the most delicious club dance tracks, which are compiled in one hour mix. Every week in his mix, Sergey Boyko picks "The Yummy Song of the Week." "No Sleep! With Dj Boyko" - Time NOT SLEEP!
Stay tuned every week to Trancejectory, bringing you the latest in trance and electronic music from around the world. Brand new tracks by Armin Van Buuren, Jaytech, PVD, Oakenfold, Tiesto, Dinka, EDX, Michael Cassette and much more. Nick James is in the mix for two hours every Friday Midnight to 2AM Pacific Time, just tune to 90.7 FM in Fresno/Clovis California or www.kfsr.org for live streaming
By Nick James
While the UK will always be considered the home of DNB first and foremost, the success of artists from outside of the great United Kingdom over the past few years speaks in resonating volume that some of the most talent-rich markets can survive undetected, deep within the perils of overlooked obscurity for many years. It is our firm belief that Canada is one of the most passionate, earnest and talent-rich countries in the world when it comes to this soulful music that we all know and love. We are not content to simply sit by and nod our heads as literally hundreds of quality tunes by outstanding, top notch producers go completely unnoticed and fall off the radar never to be heard again. The sheer volume of music coming out of this country as a whole that does not recieve its much deserved credit is criminal in itself. We take a lot of pride in this beautiful country we live in. One of the finest things about living in Canada is the underlying diversity within each community, from province to province, from city to city, from mind to mind. Open-mindedness and rich, diverse musical roots and heritage is part of the drive which makes Canadian music so special and unique and that sentiment holds very true on all levels of music coming out of Canada. From jump up to techstep, liquid to ragga, we vow to leave no stone unturned in searching out and exposing the underrated talent in our country on a medium in which people the world over can discover and enjoy it...the podcast!! After many months of studying hours upon hours of different podcasts from around the globe, developing this concept and carefully selecting beats, CCDNB has now arrived. The podcast itself will feature an unbiased look at the music which is molding our scene and our country on a monthly basis. It will feature artist interviews in nearly every episode, showcases to shed light on various producers and upcoming labels, as well as feature guest hosts from around Toronto and the rest of the country. Above all, what truly separates CCDNB from any other podcast you've heard is it is comprised of 100% Canadian Content...Period! From Vancouver to Halifax, from Winnipeg to Montreal, Toronto to Edmonton, we will be reviewing and showcasing material from what we feel is this country's strongest, finest and most promising talent.
By Dj Kapulet
Hi and welcome to my blog/podcast. This site has links to DJ mixes I made between 2005 and 2006 that cover the different styles of breakbeat at the time. You can subscribe to the podcast by going to- http://feeds.feedburner.com/BreakbeatMixes and clicking \"add to iTunes\" or search for breakbeat mixes in the iTunes store. Alternatively, use this feed in your favourite media player or download each mix using the download link in the blog posts. All tracks are from vinyl and mixed using Technics 1210s and a Red Sound mixer. I hope you enjoy them !! :D leave comments on the blog or get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook www.facebook.com/owen.spencer
By Owen Spencer