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The Alphabet According To Hank Shocklee Featured In New Issue Of Electronic Beats Magazine

shockleestorypic_hankshockleeEBcoverOur own Hank Shocklee lays out the alphabet according to him in the latest edition of Electronic Beats Magazine – Issue 2/2013 where he touches on things like Harlem, mixing on Neve boards, Kanye and Emika. The Berlin based magazine covers all the latest in the music scene throughout the world. The issue is available now in shops or you can read it online here.

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Hank Shocklee Receives Lifetime Achievement Award From The Institute of Audio Research

Our very own Hank Shocklee was invited to be the keynote speaker at the Institute of Audio Research’s very first commencement ceremony in the 43 year history of the school on June 30, 2012 at Harlem’s World Famous Apollo Theater in New York City.

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Immortal Technique: US Government At War With People Who Say ‘No’

Check out artist & activist Immortal Technique in this thought provoking interview with RT.

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Gil Noble [February 22, 1932 – April 5, 2012] ‘Misinformation Is Indeed A Weapon Of Mass Destruction’

“Misinformation is indeed a weapon of mass destruction”. A powerful quote from journalist Gil Noble who passed away April 5, 2012. He was an American television reporter as well as the producer and host of New York City television station WABC-TV’s weekly show, ‘Like It Is’ for from 1968 to 2011.

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RIP Jimmy Castor

New York born singer and saxophonist Jimmy Castor passed away this week at age 71. We salute this man for influencing a generation of music fans, b-boys and b-girls and seekers of the beat. Jimmy’s music greatly influenced the beginnings of early hip hop culture and his work has been recognized by many as a significant part of our modern day pop culture history. His second album as part of the group, the Jimmy Castor Bunch and single by the same name, ‘It’s Just Begun’ [1972, RCA] will go down in dance floor and music sampling history as one of the all-time greats.

Here is some of his best work that will surely live on.

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