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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

Pure Sonik Manifesto.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

It's been a quiet few days in Chicago, the calm before the storm as I'm going back to Berlin next month for tour. Going over is always a hassle with two months worth of luggage and records. Yeah, boohoo, poor baby.

First stop in Berlin: Space Hall to buy some new records! Haven't bought new records in ages.

I'm getting a lot of interesting art jobs in lately, a few of which I'll be doing while over there. Can't talk about them yet, though!

The trip-hop album continues with Jimmy and Jane for Fall 2007 release on xfive. It's really evolving into something special. It's the album I've been trying to make since since "Enginefloatreactor." I'll post a link soon so you can hear what's going on. I'm also working on some new Detroitrocketscience stuff, the new chill-out alias I introduced on "The Art of Transformation."

Nothing else really to report except puresonikrecords.net will be relaunched soon. Giaxia is doing the design, it's fucking hot. Wanna do something cool to promote it but haven't figured out what.

Check the above video. It was "lost" until recently! I shot it back in '95 to promote "Pure Sonik Manifesto" for $500. It aired once on MTV UK's "Party Zone." The whole video was shot in Detroit including the party scenes. Detroit used to rock back in the day!

-AO :: 3:15 PM ::


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