Monday, April 15, 2013
Tonight's show we had Dr Freeclouds presents with Ron D Core and Verity.
Starting things off was Verity playing a Breaks set followed by the one and only Ron D Core playing Hardcore both keeping it true to the dj craft by spinning 100% vinyl.
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Spinning records since 1985, Co-Owner & Founder of Dr. Freecloud’s Mixing Lab since 1994. Owner and creator of Atomic Hardcore Recordings + Oblivion Records (California’s first Hardcore record labels). Ron has recorded and been featured on many Hardcore and non—Hardcore from all over the world including: Atomic Hardcore Recordings (Costa Mesa), Industrial Strength (New York), Head Fuck (Italy), Epileptik (France), UC Music (Chicago), V-Wax (Los Angeles), Swell (Arizona) & most recently the Dr. Freecloud label. Throughout the years of Ron D Core’s DJ career he’s thrown a lot of events (large and small), and always memorable such as Dr. Freecloud’s Psychedelic Drugstore (Halloween Rave in Santa Ana 1990) + Hot Lemonade (an Acid House event in Downtown Los Angeles 1989) + No—Doz (a weekly afterhours in Los Angeles 1992—1993) + Funny Farm (a hardcore weekly in Orange County 1993—1994) + Plazma (a Hardcore weekly in Fullerton’s Digital Kilinik 1997) + Operation 1 & Operation 2 (Large scale events celebrating Dr. Freecloud’s B—Days) + Funky Shit Happens! (Large Rave @ Orange Show in San Bernadino) + Blitzkrieg (Mega—Outdoor Desert Festival) Hardcore vs. House party + Megablast (all Hardcore event @ The Glasshouse in Pomona) & co—Promoted with Sid P.W.L.Y. + 13 (all Hardcore event in Pomona) thrown on the 13th of any given month.
Ron has played at some of the largest and most memorable events in the world such as: Electric Daisy Carnival + Nocturnal Wonderland + Smoke Out + Circa + Together As One + Monster Massive + Bassrush + Pyrotechnodiscoworks + Audiotistic + Opium + Willie Wonka + Alice’s House + Stranger Than Fiction (L.A.’s first Massive 1990 @ The Shrine Auditorium) + Narnia + Future World + Aphrodite’s Temple + Shiva’s Erotic Banquet + Cyberslam & too many others to mention & played for crowds up to 50,000 people. Ron has played with some of the biggest names in the business such as: Speed Freak + Lenny Dee + DJ Producer + Juan Atkins + J. Saul Kane (Depth Charge) + Rob Gee + Neophyte + DJ Paul + Babu (Beat Junkies) + DJ Dan + Doc Martin + Manu Le Malin and loads of others. Some of the articles and interviews Ron has been featured in are: Urb Magazine + Entrepeneur + OC Weekly + XLR8R + DJ Times + Daily Pilot + Yellow Rat Bastard + Thunder Magazine (Thunderdome Holland) + L.A. Weekly + Club Life + Tribe + Free Bass + Fix Magazine + Rave (Porn Magaine) + Culture and more… Ron has been featured in a Movie Documentary about the rave scene and it’s history called “Better living Through Circuitry,” & the book called “Generation Exstacy,”. Ron is continuosly working hard in the Electronic Music scene Recording DJ’ing and Promoting the Hardcore he love’s and supports. Keeping Dr. Freecloud’s the store and the Vinyl alive is nothing short of dedication to the scene.
Verity’s been behind the decks for 18 years. He has a mad passion and love for the Oldskool Techno, Breakbeat and Jungle sounds of the early 90′s and evolved into Drum & Bass as well as a wide variety of other electronic music genres. Collecting as many mixtapes as he could get his hands on, he eventually graduated to vinyl and DJ’ing in the mid 90′s. He’s inspired by the original sounds of L.A. DJ’s such as R.A.W., DJ Trance and Ron D Core. He’s played a variety of shows and clubs but also spent quite a bit of time doing intimate outdoor renegade sessions with his close friends who shared the same passion and joy of just getting outdoors, and playing music, LOUD! About a year ago, he started on a new venture creating a little collective for like minded DJs called MSR – Muzikal Spirit Research. It was just an idea to explore the feelings we get when we hear just the right choonz being played. MSR is coming up on their 5th event and are excited that it’s growing into something people are coming to check out. Music at these events ranges from Old Skool Techno, Drum & Bass, Breaks, House, Dubstep and pretty much what ever the DJ at the time feels like laying down. If they are feeling it, it’s about guaranteed that you won’t be able to resist what these guys got going on.. Show some love and check them out!
Saturday, April 6, 2013
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"This guy plays under the underground" - Anon
Rob Wright has been playing with electronic music equipment and producing tracks since 1987. He entered the rave scene back in 1991 doing visuals (VJ) for parties mostly located in Orange County and LA area. In the mid 90â²s Rob helped form The Unity Project which went on to throw a number of parties in the Southern California area. For a brief period (2001-2002) Rob moved up to Northern California. During this time he created and hosted a community access television show called ZEN tv. The shows format was based on KUCIâs Riders of The Plastic Groove. In 2003 Rob moved back down to So Cal to return to the entertainment industry. He currently runs the sound department at a successful video game developer in LA but spends most of his free time nurturing his pet project 3MT (3lectronic Music Technician). The primary focus of the 3MT project is expanded mobile live production. Rob has put together âthe rigâ to facilitate this goal. The rig consists of an 3MT stretcher mounted with a mixture of audio hardware and software solutions all running through an on board PA. You can think of the act as a sort of techno side show. When playing live, 3MTâs main focus is on Guerrilla performance. It all started with Robâs first gate crash back in 1998 at Nocturnal Wonderland. Since then he has performed at a number of shows. Speakerheads, Spaceland, Mr. Bubbles, Nocturnal Wonderland, JuJubeats, Coachella Music Festival are just to name a few.
For more info on 3MT check out. www.facebook.com/EMTmusic
Monday, March 25, 2013
Riders of the PLastic Groove & Dr Freecloud's Presents 03/22/2013
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Friday, February 8, 2013
Texas born Jamie Thinnes transplanted to the LA area as a young teenager and was quickly seduced by the intriguing sounds found in the wee hours, in the abundant warehouses, loft spaces and odd locations scattered throughout southern California. Early on, house music crept into Jamieâs soul and has been his guiding light ever since. Quickly becoming an underground favorite in the early â90s, Jamie forged his unique and captivating sound in a wide variety of Los Angeles environs â from full scale nightclubs to many a dark and dirty after-hours, from sunny beaches to ultra exclusive, all-night house parties. His trademark deep, spiritual rhythms and low frequency grooves never fail to keep the dancefloor marching in time to sunrise and beyond. A master mixer and programmer behind the decks, Jamieâs unwavering devotion to house shines through with every twist of the knob and every slide of the fader. In 1996, Jamieâs musical vision blossomed when he had the good fortune of becoming involved with the Long family, founders of the famed Higher Source Records establishment (arguably, the finest record store in the LA area from 1996 to 2003). With the generous hand of the Longs, Jamie and long time friend and collaborator, Dean DeCosta, founded Earthtones Recordings. After 10 highly regarded releases, Earthtones was forced to change its name due to trademark issues. As Dean became heavily involved in the record store, Jamie pushed on and Seasons Recordings was born. 15 years in existence, with a heavy catalog of class act releases featuring Franck Roger, Olivier Portal, John Cutler, Dj Spinna, Anto Vitale, Charles Webster, Boddhi Satva, Black Coffee and Jamie himself, to name a few, Seasons has truly evolved into one of the premier house music imprints worldwide. While countless other labels have faded away or tried to re-invent themselves with a new sound every few years, Seasons, and its revered Seasons Ltd. sub-label, have stood the test of time with consistent, quality house music thatâs based on an unshakeable foundation of musicality, soulful delivery and infectious grooves.
For more info, check out www.seasonsrecordings.com
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Friday, December 21, 2012
Well we made it and the world didn’t end. Thankfully this happened so we could have Hector Merida live on our show.
Tracks will be posted soon.
Friday, November 16, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Josh McClintock on Friday, November 16, 2012.
Josh played a 100% vinyl set as always. Sorry for all the talking on this one. Those of you that know me I hate talking on the mic and it sure shows on this one. Our station was having a fund drive during the past two weeks and I had to make pitches on the show for donations. Special thanks to those of you who have donated to kuci.
Please check out www.plasticgroove.com for more info about RotPG and Josh McClintock.