Posts Tagged 'Vinyl'

Album of the Month: Dr. Dre ‘The Chronic.’

Our final album of the year is Dr. Dre’s controversial landmark g-funk LP ‘The Chronic’, which redefined the popular potential of the hip-hop form.

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CAS and Boiler Room present Contemporary Classics #003: Burial “Untrue.” with Benji B & Blackdown

We delve deep into Burial’s masterpiece for our third Contemporary Classics event with Boiler Room.

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CAS Colorado Springs Chris O’Shea’s Top Ten Albums As A Teen

CAS Colorado Springs host Chris O’Shea takes a trip down memory lane with his top ten teenage albums.

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Interview: An Introduction to Tom Skinner

Tom will be performing the landmark album Lifetime, by drumming legend and Miles Davis collaborator Tony Williams.

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Dr. Dre ‘The Chronic’ Legacy Playlist

Still influencing music 20 years we look at some of the tracks ‘Th Chronic’ helped inspire.

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Dr. Dre ‘The Chronic’ Musical Lead-Up playlist

A landmark in nineties music, ‘The Chronic’ laid the blueprint for gangster rap, here we check out the sounds that influenced the album.

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CAS Presents Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons’ with special guests Max Richter and André de Ridder

At our event with Spitalfields Music Winter Festival we discover how the work of our special guests blur the boundaries between electronic and classical music.

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CAS at London Jazz Fest with Denys Baptiste

Our first appearance at London Jazz Fest was one to remember as we were joined by British Jazz hero Denys Baptiste.

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An Introduction to André De Ridder

Ahead of his December 4th appearance alongside Max Richter at our London Spitalfields Winter Music Festival playback of ‘Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons’, we caught up with André for a quick chat about classical music, innovation and collaboration.

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Album of the Month: Fela Kuti ‘Gentleman’ & ‘Zombie.’

Plenty of musicians profess political and social ideals, but few follow through with the dedication that Fela Kuti had. We explore our November albums of the month ‘Gentleman’ and ‘Zombie.’

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