Make It New with Jennifer Cardini + Barnt [9/14]

This has been a long, long LONG time coming. Known for her legendary mixing skills, from mix CDs via Kompakt Records or the dancefloor of the Rex Club Official Fan Page in Paris, and of course the playa of Burning Man, Jennifer’s been on our radar for years.

After more than a decade spent building an enviable reputation for herself in the clubs of Paris, Jennifer Cardini has become an international concern. Her infectious charisma and versatility behind the decks has led to invitations to play at such famed nightspots as Panorama Bar Berlin, Nitsa Barcelona, and Fabric London, and with her creative platform and label Correspondant very much on the ascent, her standing as a tastemaker is as prominent as ever.

And + we get Barnt? Ridiculous.

Make It New with Jennifer Cardini + Barnt [9/14]
with resident Baltimoroder
September 14, 2017
Middlesex Lounge
9pm / 21+
$10 before 11pm

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Make It New with Andrew Weatherall [10/13]

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There is a short list of Make It New dream bookings.

Andrew Weatherall is on that list.

Two Lone Swordsmen. The Sabres of Paradise. The producer behind Primal Scream. Boy’s Own Recordings. His remix of My Bloody Valentine’s “Soon” has been ranked the #1 remix of all time. His DJ sets are entirely unpredictable and we’re not about to tell him what to play. The world is at his fingertips. Literally.

We don’t know where to begin and we don’t know where to end. Please join us in celebrating 12 years of Make It New with one of the most singular figures in modern music.

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Make It New w/ Andrew WeatherallThe Official 12th Anniversary Celebration
+ residents Mike Swells, Baltimoroder, and Coralcola
Thursday October 13th
Middlesex Lounge
315 Massachusetts Ave.
Central Square Cultural District
Cambridge, MA

Mogees: Play The World

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Mogees, a company in London, plans to change the way electronic music is performed. Their flagship product, also called Mogees, combines a high-tech vibration sensor and revolutionary music software to create one of the most unique products on the market. Mogees isn’t an instrument, so much as it is the maker of instruments; its vibration sensor allows you to place it on any object, and play it as a musical instrument.

Here is Mogees’ CEO and founder Bruno Zamborlin demoing Mogees at a TEDx event in Brussels:

The launch of Mogees is due mostly to two successful Kickstarter campaigns: one in 2014 and one in 2015. However, their enduring interest among electronic musicians is due to the sheer versatility of the product. Tired of using your coatrack to trigger samples? Why not try using a dinner plate? Or your kitchen table? The possibilities are literally endless with Mogees.

Mogees is also versatile on the digital side, allowing for use with popular production applications (Ableton Live, Logic, FL Studio, etc.), not just Mogees included (and expanding) sound library.

Look at what what percussionist Andrea Oboe was able to do with Mogees and a steel beam:

You can buy Mogees here. Even though they are based in London, they ship to anywhere in the world!

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Resident Advisor: Scuba Interview

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Paul Rose has been a major force in the UK electronic scene for quite some time now, performing and recording under a number of different projects. We’re personally drawn to his work under the Scuba alias, so much so that we booked him for Together Boston this May. Rose recently sat down with Resident Advisor for an interview about his upcoming plans for 2015, something we also enjoyed.

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What does the rest of 2015 hold in store?

I’ve had to make a few lifestyle changes in order to get back to a full touring schedule but I’m kind of OK with that now. I really enjoy being on the road but if you’re partying constantly it takes a lot out of you and I’ve learned the hard way that getting through it with everything intact requires a bit of forward planning. Other than touring, we’re really busy with Hotflush and the schedule is looking really exciting for the rest of the year, plus we have one or two new projects that have been in the works for a while that well be rolling out gradually.

You can read the whole interview over at Resident Advisor.

Want to see Scuba and the rest of the Together line-up this May? Limited early-bird passes are on sale now for just $99.

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