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    One of the best entertaining DJ sets i've ever seen/heard. ;D :beam:
    Various styles... Bass ~ techno ~ electro ~ crazy idm....


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    i gave up on FB a few years back and don't miss it at all.
    my cuz keeps trying to get me to come back saying i'm missing out on all the news and info on artists and releases.


    Sorry to say, but your cousin got fooled by Facebook like too many others too. Being on there is no guarantee at all to learn about all the new releases. That's the illusion that Facebook creates. Check the 2 videos.


    On Facebook you mostly get to see things that enough of your fb "friends" actively share or comment on, so Facebooks filters eventually decide it's relevant enough to include it in your "home" stream ...to which btw you would have to sit in front of all day to not miss anything. :uglysmile:


    To really not miss any Electro release news on Facebook you would have to go directly to all of the fan "pages" you "liked" one by one on a regular basis, because unless the fan-page owner PAYS for it every single time, Facebook will include the news-post in the "home" stream of only 12% of the fans of that page. (See this report: https://forum.electroempire.com/forum/showthread.php?t=10592 )


    And to not miss anything that's posted in the 100+ Electro related spam "groups" you would need to check them all on a half-daily basis, because otherwise new release infos that don't get a lot of comments or get re-posted there again and again will be all buried under tons of other spam within a day.

    In a way i'm glad Facebook is going this more and more desperate commercial route now.
    It finally uncovers the way that it has always fooled people regarding how visible they really are on there.


    If Facebook had been a perfect tool to help creators reach fans, then fine, let the classic forums die. But it never was that perfect tool.


    Independent music scenes do need independent platforms. Wake up everyone and don't let Electro die with Facebook! 8)





    The other video by that guy explaining the downside to Facebook fanpages:


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    Isqa - Majestically Offset (ak9 Remix)
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    Listen to episode 75 of the Bass Agenda radio show including an interview and song selections by Mr. "Electro Boogie" Dave Clarke. Also featured is DJ Wildthings "Lesson Electro Empire (Part 2)".


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    Tracklist:


    Illektrolab - Bass Agenda Intro
    Warp 9 - Nunk
    Man Parrish - Hip Hop Be Bop (Don't Stop)
    Newcleus - Computer Age (Push The Button)
    Cybotron - Clear
    Channel One - Technicolor
    Underground Resistance - Electronic Warfare (Aux 88 remix)
    World Class Wreckin Crew (Dr Dre) - Surgery
    Elektroids - Midnight Drive
    Dave Clarke - Addendum
    Dave Clarke - Blue On Blue
    The Chemical Brothers - Chemical Beats (Dave Clarke remix)
    Dave Clarke - No Ones Driving
    Paris - The Devil Made Me Do It
    The Passions - I'm In Love With A German Film Star (Dave Clarke remix)
    DJ Wildthing - Lesson Electro Empire Part 2
    Dave Clarke - Logic Bomb
    Chris McCormack - What Kind of Sound?
    w1b0 - Main Squeeze (The Exaltics remix)
    Simulacra - Syzygy
    The Bandit - Plastic Faces
    Alavux - Phutura
    DJ K-1 - Techno Its On My Mind
    Q-Chip - Sence Data
    Analogue Audio Association - Polycarbonat
    Ohverclock - Subdermal Surveillance
    DJ Assault - U Can't See Me
    Anthony Rother - Can't Stop The Beat
    Clatterbox - Power Surge
    Mazzula - Seems Unique
    I Am Kloot - These Days Are Mine (Dave Clarke remix)
    dynArec - Mankind Goes Wrong
    Dave Clarke - For The Floor


    Part Two - Exclusive Live Set from Andreas Gehm, Germany





    Listen to the podcast of last weeks "Bruise Your Body Breaks" show with Natural Nate on The Lost Art (USA)
    mixing songs from the "Theme Of Electro Empire" release:


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    Over the past several months, Facebook has been reducing the organic reach of Pages. A recent study found that companies' posts dropped from reaching 12% of their followers in October to just 6% by February.


    Facebook and its popular Pages platform have been a cornerstone of most companies’ social-media marketing strategies for years. But if the brands, organizations and celebrities that use Pages want to continue to reach Facebook’s 1.23 billion monthly users in the future, they’re going to have to pay up.


    Over the past several months, Facebook has been reducing the organic reach of Pages. Even if a person Likes a company or organization on the social network, they’re unlikely to naturally see that Page’s content in their News Feed. In a recent study of more than 100 brand Pages, Ogilvy & Mather found that companies’ posts dropped from reaching 12% of their followers in October to just 6% by February. The tech blog Valleywag reports that Facebook is planning to dial reach down to 1% to 2% of followers eventually.


    Facebook declined to comment on the percentage of fans that see posts from a typical Facebook Page (the last publicly disclosed figure was 16% in the summer of 2012), but the company admitted in December that posts from Pages are reaching fewer users. Facebook attributes this change to increased competition as more people and companies join its service. The typical user is inundated with 1,500 posts per day from friends and Pages, and Facebook picks 300 to present in the News Feed. Getting squeezed out are both posts from Pages and meme photos as Facebook shifts its focus to what it deems “high quality” content.


    The solution for brands with declining engagement, according to Facebook, is to buy ads. “Like many mediums, if businesses want to make sure that people see their content, the best strategy is, and always has been, paid advertising,” a spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.


    The transition to paid marketing on what has long been a free-distribution platform may be a tough sell for some brands, particularly small organizations or individuals who have built up audiences over years. So far, though, pressing the screws to Pages hasn’t hurt Facebook’s bottom line — the company generated $7 billion in ad revenue in 2013, and research firm eMarketer projects that figure will grow to about $10.8 billion this year. That’s good news for the company’s investors, but maybe less so for the people suddenly being asked to fund the social network’s financial growth.




    text: Victor Luckerson (http://time.com/34025/the-free…rain-is-over-on-facebook/)
    photo: Robert Galbraith—Reuters

    Any favorites?


    One of mine...
    Bomb The Bass - Absorber (Jedi Knights Remix) 1995


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    The latest podcast of the Miami Bass History Europe show wih E-Rocker (Global Funk Radio)...
    Two hours of old school Electrofunk & Bass music including three songs from this release! 8)


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    Tracklist: click here!


    http://www.mixmag.net/tech/new…r-unveils-vinyl-turntable


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    VINYL out now!


    Order from France: http://happymilfrecords.bandcamp.com/
    Order from Germany: http://www.saveoursounds.net/



    Amadeo 85 "Guerilla Funk" (from the LP):
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