Live mashups mixtape, recorded live in 10-2011. It´s really mashed live, improvising, it was not produced in studio. All the mashups are my original creations. The cuts are faster because it´s just a demo sample of my 3-hour live performance. Will be a pleasure if you use it anywhere and spread it. But remember: To get a real party, hire a real DJ. ;)
Software: Ableton Live
Controller: Akai APC40
Minha mixtape demo de mashups ao vivo, de outubro de 2011.
Trata-se de uma gravação ao vivo de mashups feitos na hora, todos criações minhas, editada para ser um demo do meu Live, que dura de 2 a 3 horas.
Remix of ‘Love is a Bourgeois Construct’
Get this remix: http://smarturl.it/psbconstructremixep
CD on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/psbconstructepcd
CD on PSB Store: http://smarturl.it/psbconstructepcdd2c
Original version is on the new Pet Shop Boys album “Electric”
Out now: http://PetShopBoys.co.uk
Tour info: http://bzz.is/PSBTour/
It’s official, we want a 3-D printer in the office.
Abandoned places in Camereon’s photography
Once we already have published beautiful photography of abandoned places by photographer Camereon. This time, we have selected some of his fresh photographs taken inside the buildings.
Saying goodbye to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
Today marks the final day in office for two-term Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa, who has served at the head of the city since 2005. Upon his election, he became L.A.’s first Latino mayor since 1872, and immediately moved to renovate the city’s transportation infrastructure.
Transit funds skyrocketed and violent crime plunged, but it hasn’t been all sunshine and roses for the outgoing mayor:
His inability to gain control of the L.A. Unified School District stands out, even though he has wielded clout through Board of Education allies at a time of academic gains.
The city’s fiscal condition, ravaged by the economic downturn, has improved, but remains shaky, due partly to raises that Villaraigosa approved for city workers just before the recession. Chronic troubles with the Fire Department’s emergency response time have also tarnished his record.
Read more on Villaraigosa’s legacy in our latest Column One feature, or follow along with photographer Gary Friedman as he keeps pace with the mayor during his final days.
Photos: Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times