Re: [acid-jazz] Crate Soul Brothers (Budapest) newsletter #100: Good News From Hungary

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Date: 2003-03-10 21:50:42

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    werd to the homeland.. wonderful to hear there is great stuff going on in
    magyarorszag.. (sp? :P).. i wish i knew that when i was there.. the hippest
    thing happening during my stay in budapest was the brunch at the hilton on


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    Date: Monday, March 10, 2003 8:54 AM
    Subject: [acid-jazz] Crate Soul Brothers (Budapest) newsletter #100: Good
    News From Hungary

    >Crate Soul Brothers newsletter #100: Good News From Hungary
    >Newsflash 10. March 2003
    >Our dearest friends!
    >After long weeks of silence we are back with a celebrational issue of the
    Crate Soul Brothers Newsletter. It's the 100th time we send our message in
    hundreds of virtual bottles to people who care. Our main aim with the
    newsletters has always been informing the hip world about what goes on in
    Budapest (or wherever our journey happens to take us) that escapes the eye
    of mainstream media. We always ignored the hype and focused on seemingly
    small but - for us at least - enormously important beats, musicians, events
    and tendencies.
    >Our quest was solemn at first, but surprisingly soon we soon found many
    others sharing the same passion about music, travelling the same waves,
    living and loving by the same un-written rules. This way the newsletter
    thing became a source of inspiration for us as well, a way of getting in
    touch with people with a similar mind-set. We are thus more than grateful to
    all of you who have subscribed, read and asked questions or passed on
    information in exchange. All of you whom we later met by a set of 1200s or
    in small cafes or in the privacy of friendly homes or in dusty basement
    stores (those crate digging sessions will never be forgotten). All of you
    who have never met us for a moment but still care to recieve our newsletters
    no matter in what form or how irregularly they might arrive. Thanks again
    and keep on keeping on!
    >We have been quiet for a while now and that was of course with a reason.
    Both of us are very busy with our daytime jobs and at the same time we both
    do our best to get our events started, get our radio back on air, get some
    music finished. We know that you have all experienced periods in your lives
    when everything seemed to race downhill, everything seemed to be out of
    control for good and all the road-signs were randomly turned around by mean
    spirits. We are just coming back from this swamp of things falling apart and
    as by a magic touch everything seems to go in the right direction. (We need
    tons of wood to knock on!)
    >First of all, the live band of dZihan & Kamien has played a great gig a
    week ago in Budapest! Thanks to Tilos Radio for taking the financial risk in
    such trying times, the Austrian Cultural Forum for their generous support
    and everybody who made this night happen!
    >By the time you read this, Tilos Radio (and thus our shows) will finally be
    back on air after long months of searching for the right way in a labirynth
    of technical, legal and financial problems. This is more than just good
    news. We haven't really felt at home in Budapest since our temporary
    broadcast licence was taken more than two years ago. Finally there is a
    station in Budapest we can listen to. Free from commercials and commercial
    approaches, political propaganda and ambitously empty talk radio blah-blah.
    Finally we'll be directly connected to our scene. To our people.
    >Our monthly nights will also re-start soon after months of searching for
    the appropriate venue. We have hopefully found it and teamed up with Suhaid
    (one of our best friends in Budapest, a great dj and promoter of the amazing
    Jazz Turbulance events) to give it a new twist. For now, we'll keep further
    details secret, but quite soon you'll all know where it's at!
    >And what about the newsletters you might ask. Will they be more frequent?
    Who knows. Our lives as our dj sets will remain hectic, so we might miss a
    week or two again, but we are sure you are heavily overloaded with
    information anyhow. Maybe too overloaded to even read those that get posted.
    Maybe we'll take Dom Servini's advice to write more about "recipes and porn
    and less stuff about that dodgy music that noone likes anyway..." :) Maybe
    we'll leave cyberspace soon as telepathy will be the next big thing
    (probably by the time we reach #200 that is).
    >We'll still working on the methods and might just further develop the ways
    of Telepathic Fish, the early '90s London chill out party series. Chantal
    Passemonde, one of the promoters, remembers how it all started:
    >"It happened one day when Kevin went to get some dope off this real bizarre
    Rastafarian in Brixton. He had this whole theory about feeding the five
    thousand. It was all very unclear, but it was about taking the fish and
    making it a part of you. It becomes part of your mind and your spirit, and
    somehow it is linked up with telepathy. How, I still don't know. They were
    all tripping at the time so we never managed to get the complete story. What
    they did was this bizarre ritual of swallowing a goldfish. "
    >In David Toop (1995): Ocean of Sound, London: Serpent's Tail
    >Keep on fishing for bizarre thoughts till next week!
    >Keyser & Shuriken (Crate Soul Brothers)
    >Tilos Radio (
    >A barazdan is csomot (Crate Soul Brothers radio show)
    >(22-00h 06. 03. 2003) - DJ: Keyser
    >Listen (archived till the next show):
    >24 kbps:
    >96 kbps:
    >128 kbps:
    >1. Lootpack - Crate Diggin' (Stones Throw)
    >2. The Detroit Experiment - Space Odyssey (Ropeadope)
    >3. Forms of Plasticity - Untrue Blue (Extraplatte)
    >4. Bossa 70 - Birimbao (CDHW)
    >5. Hipnosis feat. Marc Frank - My Words (Perfect.Toy)
    >6. Povo - Shihab's Habit (Raw Fusion)
    >7. Arkestra One - I Really Want You - Gak Sato mix (Cosmic Sounds)
    >8. Steppah Huntah - Kwolg Universe (Soultronik)
    >9. Joel Harrison - El Sonido Loco (Foundation)
    >10. Jon Cutler feat. Sarah Anne Webb - Dawn (Afronaught mix) (Papa)
    >11. Arkestra One - Filling It With Song - Eddy & Dus mix (Cosmic Sounds)
    >12. Stateless - Leave Me Now (Compost)
    >13. Damn - African-Scanian Music Continuum Rerouted (Raw Fusion)
    >14. Hird feat. Yukimi Nagano - Keep You Kimi (DNM)
    >15. Bacada - Turn Me (IntoThis)
    >16. Slope - Basscheck (Sonar Kollektiv)
    >17. Magic Number - Sorry (Mantis)
    >18. Rosey - One - Koop mix (Island)
    >19. Zagar - Bossa Astoria (UGAR)
    >20. Seelenluft - LA Woman - Tipsy remix (Klein)
    >21. Didier's Sound Spectrum - Composition 6 (Timmion)
    >22. Common - I Am Music (MCA)
    >23. Lament - Movement In The City (Counterpoint)
    >Next events:
    >12. April, Budapest, Rudas Bath: Cinetrip /Keyser & Shuriken
    >25. April, Budapest, A38 /w Jazzanova (
    >23. May, Budapest, A38 /w The Poets of Rhythm (live)