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Alive AG Strange Directions (2LP) 30 cm
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(2LP mit DL-Code) DMX Krew veröffentlichte auf Aphex Twins Rephlex Records mehrere Alben. Electro mit Einflüssen von Hip-Hop oder 1980er Jahre Synthie Pop.nnDMX Krew ist ein Pseudonym des britischen Electro-Musikers Ed Upton. Als DMX Krew veröffentlichte er auf Aphex Twins Label Rephlex Records und seinem eigenen Label Breakin' Records seit 1996 mehrere Alben und eine Vielzahl von Singles und EP. Der Klang der DMX Krew wird weitestgehend als Electro eingeordnet, zeigt jedoch auch deutliche Einflüsse von Hip-Hop oder 1980er Jahre Synthie Pop. Since releasing his last album on Hypercolour in February 2016 ( You Exist ), DMX Krew has not for one moment rested on laurels, releasing two further LPs on the Ekster and Abstract Form labels, as well as EPs and singles for Central Processing Unit, Shipwrec, Revoke and more. Continuing to remain faithful to the roots of electro, IDM and the deeper shades of techno, and without compromise, DMX Krew cranks out emotive and brain scrambling electronica at a mighty rate, and never disappoints. Strange Directions is album number 21 from DMX Krew, and lands once more on Hypercolour, the British label that continues to make heady waves in the music scene with genre shifting releases from the like of Matthew Herbert, Luke Vibert, Gary Gritness, The Cyclist, Outboxx and A Sagittariun in the last 12 months alone. You ll know what kind of ride you are in for from the first few bars of album opener Snowy Blue , hypnotizing bass and spatial keys float over dusty micro breaks, produced with an infectious aesthetic that continues over the long player s fifty-five minute tenure. Experimental and expansive joints such as Odd Chill and Strange Directions sit comfortably alongside funkier techno jams such as Thin Hype and Zero Sum , whilst the melancholic synth sensibilities of tracks like Hip Hopeless and Axial Mode Beat catches DMX Krew on fine form. Another fine set of highly polished and visionary electronic goodies from one of the scene s most dedicated and consistent player TRACKS: A1 - Snowy Blue, A2 - U Talk 2 Much, A3 - Hip Hopeless, A4 - Odd Chill B1 - Home Made Drum Machine, B2 - Kinesthetic, B3 - Nice Portal, B4 - Soft Networks C1 - Strode Down, C2 - Thin Hype, C3 - Grimsthorpe D1 - Zero Sum, D2 - Axial Mode Beat, D3 - Strange Directions

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Edel 0206399ERE Musik- & Tonaufnahme
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Born in London, 24th August 1945, Kenneth (Ken) Hensley wrote rock history with Uriah Heep. ‘Lady In Black’, ‘Easy Livin‘,’ ‘Look at Yourself’, ‘Free Me’ or ‘Stealin‘‘ – were all written or co-written by Hensley. There is little doubt that the Hammond-organist, guitarist and singer played a key role in the success story of the band he finally left in 1980, not happy with the musical directions they were choosing at the time. After trying to put a new band together firstly in the UK (Shotgun), he later moved to the USA and played a few gigs in North America with the suggestive name of Ken Hensley Band.nnAfter joining Jacksonville’s southern rockers Blackfoot for a two album stint and having not much success in getting a new band together after that, it took Hensley a while to get rid of some personal demons. But the mid-nineties saw Ken sack all pre-retirement plans and starting to rebuild his reputation along with his lifelong passion and love for rock music again. With his latest release “Faster”, Hensley proves that he has lost nothing of his magical touch.nnLive Fire is the Norwegian live backing-band Hensley has been working with for five years now and is comprised of Tom Arne Fossheim on drums, Sid Rinsby on bass, Ken Ingwersen on guitar, and Eiríkur Hauksson next to Ken Hensley as singer.nnRecorded in Riga, Latvia in three weeks time with Live Fire, “Faster” offers everything you would expect from a classic Ken Hensley record – and more. “I just wanted to make a band record. Conceptually I wanted it to go back in time a little bit, to where a band plays together, plays a bunch of live shows, writes new songs and makes a record. The way it used to be“, Hensley says.nnOpening up with the mystical and mesmerizing melodic rock of ‘Set Me Free (From Yesterday)’, Hensley & Live Fire deliver the goods as well as setting the tone for an album that is nothing short of strong songwriting, hooks and pure playfulness. On songs like ‘I Cry Alone’ - that has classic rock ballad written all over it - or ‘Katrine’, Hensley’s storytelling approach becomes even more observantly challenged and channelled. “Faster” also features some straight-ahead, good-time rockers like its title track. A similar energy roars its way through the closing song of the album, ‘Fill Your Head (With Rock)’, in which Hensley takes the stand for rock’n’roll in anthemic fashion. “Faster” shows that Hensley’s head and soul are still full of rock, and hopefully will be for quite some more albums and shows to come.

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Data Use in the Community College
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American community colleges represent a true success story. With their multiple missions, they have provided access and opportunity to millions of students. But community colleges are held accountable for their services and must be able to show that they are indeed serving their variety of students appropriately. This volume speaks of the multiplicity of data required to tell the community college story. The authors explore and detail how various sources workforce data, market data, state-level data, federal data, and, of course, institutional data such as transcript files all have something to say about the life of a community college. Much like an orchestral score, where the different parts played by individual instruments become music under the hands of a conductor, these data can be coordinated and assembled into a message that answers questions of student success and institutional effectiveness. This is the 153rd volume of this Jossey-Bass quarterly report series. Always timely and comprehensive, New Directions for Institutional Research provides planners and administrators in all types of academic institutions with guidelines in such areas as resource coordination, information analysis, program evaluation, and institutional management.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Data Use in the Community College
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American community colleges represent a true success story. With their multiple missions, they have provided access and opportunity to millions of students. But community colleges are held accountable for their services and must be able to show that they are indeed serving their variety of students appropriately. This volume speaks of the multiplicity of data required to tell the community college story. The authors explore and detail how various sources workforce data, market data, state-level data, federal data, and, of course, institutional data such as transcript files all have something to say about the life of a community college. Much like an orchestral score, where the different parts played by individual instruments become music under the hands of a conductor, these data can be coordinated and assembled into a message that answers questions of student success and institutional effectiveness. This is the 153rd volume of this Jossey-Bass quarterly report series. Always timely and comprehensive, New Directions for Institutional Research provides planners and administrators in all types of academic institutions with guidelines in such areas as resource coordination, information analysis, program evaluation, and institutional management.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.04.2020
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