Askm3 November 2020 Chart

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1. Fox Stevenson – All Eyes on Me
2. Gyrofield – Fallen in Deep
3. Kawaii – Searching
4. Stephen – Alien
5. Fox Stevenson – Just Don’t Mind
6. Updog – Impress You
7. Feint – Outbreak (feat. MYLK) (Fox Stevenson Remix)
8. Billie Eilish – Therefore I Am
9. Finneas – Where the Poison Is
10. LIA LIA – Night Call

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The Chemical Brothers Auctioning Roland TB-303 For Charity

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Electronic music stalwarts The Chemical Brothers are auctioning off their coveted Roland TB-303 bass synthesizer for the #ILoveLive initiative. They’re doing so to raise money for crew members who’ve been unable to work since government-ordered lockdowns shut down concerts and festivals in March 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Chems’ trusted 303 was played live on classics such as “Go,” “Got To Keep On” and “Got Glint.”

The rules of the auction are as follows:

To be in with a chance of winning the synthesizer we are holding a prize draw with each entry costing £5. You can enter multiple times.

Entries can be purchased between Friday 27th November and Thursday 17th December. The winner will be announced on Tuesday 23 December.

Says Ed and Tom, “This is a favourite piece of our live gear that we’ve sadly not been able to use this year on the road, so it seems a suitable fund-raiser for music crew and technicians across the UK. Hopefully, it will also help someone else keep working & create something special in the future.”

Enter to win The Chems’ 303 here.

If you’re itching to mess around with a TB-303 or TR-808, check out 808303.studio, a site created by Roland musician Yuri Suzuki and the London Design Museum.

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Alex Mills November 2020 Chart

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1. Stamina – Alex Mills – Ultra Records
2. Woman’s Touch – Bush Baby – Southpoint
3. Hush – Xtra Brux – Dance Regular
4. All I Want – Second City, Paul Woolford, Andrea Martin – Black Butter
5. Out Of Control – DJ Zinc / Kudu Blue – Bingo Bass
6. Automatic (feat Fiora) – Tensnake – Armada Music
7. Once Upon A Time (feat. Aya) – Navid Izadi – Touch Of Class
8. Pull The Plug – Small Hours – Believe
9. Family Doggo – Special Request – R&S Records
10. Freefall – Kaytranada feat Durand Bernarr

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Man Power Launching ‘2013-2016’ Remix Comp & Subscription-Only Label

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Geoff Kirkwood (a.k.a. Man Power) has announced the upcoming release of Remixes by Man Power (2013-2016) on December 11 via his Me Me Me label.

The 14-track compilation features Kirkwood’s interpretations of tracks by Bryan Ferry, Made In Sane and Alexander Khov.

December will also see the launch of Kirkwood’s Value subscription-only label (more info here). For a monthly or yearly fee, subscribers will receive four new Man Power tracks and additional music not available elsewhere.

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Obligatory press release quote from the Man himself about Valve: “This subscription model feels like a way that I can offer true value for the people who want to support my music, while also maintaining value in the music itself. It makes things feel exclusive and hard to find, and not readily available for people who don’t understand it or value it, which is how music used to feel when I started collecting it.” Continue Reading