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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by tsankip » Thu Aug 11, 2011 9:27 pm

Robot Criminal wrote:
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oblioblioblio wrote: the four week tour isnt optomistic for me, ive already got the promises of gigs, several in Germany, and some in Ukraine, Estonia etc, it would have to be a leisurely tour, more like a holiday with a few gigs on the way, campervan stylee.
Estonia? When? :)
i was supposed to be playing at the Krill festival this weekend but it was too soon after freerotation so i had to pull out, so i'm hoping to sort something out with the Krill boys for next year.
Ah I tought so! The fest was just f*n awesome tho, northern lights under the starry sky on the first night (bcause of some massive solar flares) and Move D, Marcel Woyt and Juju&Jordash ripping it proper. Your thing would've been right on the money!
Anyway, waiting for the next one then :)
Anders Ilar's acid set was the best thing I've heard in ages! You were "MIA" then :lol:

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by steevio » Thu Aug 11, 2011 10:03 pm

i'm so happy the Krill festival went well :D

viktor and margo were staying with me the week before and they were worrying about it.
they're cool guys and they deserve the success.

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by oblioblioblio » Thu Aug 11, 2011 10:20 pm

theres a modular night in hamburg being planned by a muffwiggler guy.. don't know him personally, but mono-poly was booked for the first one who can put in a good word for you. Probably not typical techno crowd but certainly open minded folk.

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by Digital Fist » Sun Sep 04, 2011 1:31 am

Steevio, Noah Pred and early Hawtin are basically responsible for me being into techno, pretty much.

I've yet to see better techno than a 2003? performance of his at the Holodeck in Cardiff, tbh.

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by steevio » Sun Sep 04, 2011 2:20 pm

Digital Fist wrote:Steevio, Noah Pred and early Hawtin are basically responsible for me being into techno, pretty much.

I've yet to see better techno than a 2003? performance of his at the Holodeck in Cardiff, tbh.
thats very kind of you bro.

2003 ? jeez was it that long ago....? only seems like a couple of years ago

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by Digital Fist » Sun Sep 04, 2011 3:48 pm

steevio wrote:
Digital Fist wrote:Steevio, Noah Pred and early Hawtin are basically responsible for me being into techno, pretty much.

I've yet to see better techno than a 2003? performance of his at the Holodeck in Cardiff, tbh.
thats very kind of you bro.

2003 ? jeez was it that long ago....? only seems like a couple of years ago
Yep, it was my first year at uni up there. Might have been early 2004.

Funny thing was, I had finally talked a whole group of my friends (h'ariginal junglist crew for the most part) into coming along for the proper "techno experience",
for the first time for most of them, when some tosser at the train station walked past and said, "Alright, are you guys going to see EZ Rollers?" to which they answered, "where?"
and then fucked off and left me.

I still had a perfectly good time on my own, and that ended up being one of my top-5 best nights out ever, pretty much, in terms of musical experience anyway. And it was after
then, that I decided to branch out into techno (from writing/playing dnb/breakbeat). And here we are.

So thanks again. :)

(tbh, I'm not overly keen on the more recent MT output, but I usually squeeze either Orjiva and/or Nocturnia into pretty much every techno set I play out, and I've yet to find anything that even
remotely approximates to either track. The first 5 MT releases are truly brilliant).

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by lem » Wed Oct 19, 2011 10:53 am

Sorry to re-dig an old thread, but Steevio can you share another modular jam?

I have been hand building my own modular and quite a few circuits arn't playing right and its got a bit depressing. I have been building it for over 2 years on and off. Your video's always inspire me and make me really want to finish building it!

Easily the best modular video's online....or is that just because I love techno?

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Re: steevio on his modular

Post by steevio » Wed Oct 19, 2011 12:44 pm

thanks for the props mate,

unfortunately ive been in record label mode for the last few months and sorting new releases, i only just switched the modular on again last night for the winter studio lockin.

i'll try and do another one soon.

i must say i dont envy you building your own modules mate, i just couldnt do it, i hate soldering so much... serious respect there bro.

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