27.4.18

Avicii vs. Pluto ~ some astrological resonances


Two years ago, we checked the birth charts of hundreds of musicians to learn more about a new astrological technique. Back then, Avicii's chart stood out because of an intense Pluto. The name Avicii actually means 'Lowest level of Buddhist Hell' and Pluto is of course the King of the Underworld. Here's a closer look at Tim Bergling's birth chart.

21.3.18

Renay Oshop ~ Scientific astrologer par excellence



Contrary to popular belief, there is such a thing as rigorous scientific astrology. Vedic astrologer Renay Oshop is (one of) the best. She uses modern techniques like AI to trace correlations between the rhythms of the planets and the rhythms of life. She also bends spoons. We had a nice chat recently about the universe, music and astrology.

3.3.18

Musicians and Muses ~ astrological perspectives


This post is for two groups of readers: music lovers and astrology enthusiasts. The music lovers can find out how the nine Muses, a wonderful bunch of ladies from Greek mythology, influence musicians astrologically. Astrologers can learn more about the use of Phi-angles in the natal chart using thematically related asteroids.

6.2.18

The mighty I-lodica passing thru


I-lodica visited the Low Lands recently, cutting tunes and doing sessions all over the place from Rotterdam to Amsterdam and from Arnhem to Leiden. We talked about making some new dubb music. That's definitely going to happen. In the meantime, here are some recent sessions and tunes for your inspiration.

Marshall B & I-lodica | Outta Mi Yard 26-01-2018 | Live session 

10.1.18

Mysteries of Dubb ~ Pipecock Jackson


Horoscope for Lee Scratch Perry, March 20 1936, Kendal, Jamaica

Pisces Sun opposite asteroid Ethiopia ~ Come from Ethiopia
Mercury conjunct asteroid Lee Perry ~ Intergalactic Brain I
Jupiter conjunct Galactic Center and asteroid Regge ~ Lightning
Asteroid Karma conjunct asteroid Africa ~ Marcus Garvey Black Ark
Pluto sextile asteroid Vaticana ~ Go down Pope

The Tubbutec µTune microtonal quantizer



Jan Caron of Gearslutz and Tony Dubshot discuss the awesome Tubbutec µTune microtonal quantizer. And let's not forget the Ornament and Crime module, a versatile module which can also do xenharmonic quantizing and is a good enough choice for beginners. And here's a mix of some xenharmonic tunes by Tony Dubshot.