Author Archives: M3 Event

About M3 Event

The music industry is rapidly changing. The internet has enabled widespread piracy, as well as a variety of new business and distribution models. We want to offer an engaged audience in and around the Euregion an opportunity to develop a coherent and detailed picture of the future of music distribution. On the 31st of May 2012 a music conference in Maastricht, consisting of oppositional debates, creative workshops and lectures, will provoke opportunities for intellectual stimulation, debate, as well as networking. We hope to utilise the skills and ideas of some of most forward thinking minds and operators in the industry in order to highlight some promising new ideas and areas which can be improved upon.
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Interview – Radar Men From The Moon

Hailing from the Dutch city of Eindhoven, Radar Men From The Moon play a spacious style of psychedelic rock that brings to mind Spacemen 3 jamming on a bunch of Kyuss tunes with heads full of hallucinogens – and yes,

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Interview – Radar Men From The Moon

Hailing from the Dutch city of Eindhoven, Radar Men From The Moon play a spacious style of psychedelic rock that brings to mind Spacemen 3 jamming on a bunch of Kyuss tunes with heads full of hallucinogens – and yes,

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Interview – Needle Factory

Manchester duo Needle Factory have been causing a stir on the EBM scene with their combination of old school industrial, à la Skinny Puppy and Nitzer Ebb, with more contemporary electro and goth sounds. M3 caught up with the pair

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Interview – Needle Factory

Manchester duo Needle Factory have been causing a stir on the EBM scene with their combination of old school industrial, à la Skinny Puppy and Nitzer Ebb, with more contemporary electro and goth sounds. M3 caught up with the pair

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Interview – Rapidax

After growing tired of his local metal scene, Rob Tunstall (AKA Rapidax) decided to experiment with more electronic sounds, resulting in a manic cocktail of punk, gabba, metal, speedcore and industrial. M3 asked Rob about free music, the Amen break’s

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Interview – Rapidax

After growing tired of his local metal scene, Rob Tunstall (AKA Rapidax) decided to experiment with more electronic sounds, resulting in a manic cocktail of punk, gabba, metal, speedcore and industrial. M3 asked Rob about free music, the Amen break’s

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Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

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Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

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Interview – Dan Bull

English rapper Dan Bull has been causing a stir of late with his politically conscious wordplay, leading a prominent campaign against the Digital Economy Bill and addressing the issue of file sharing. Dan has embraced the internet as a tool

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Interview – Dan Bull

English rapper Dan Bull has been causing a stir of late with his politically conscious wordplay, leading a prominent campaign against the Digital Economy Bill and addressing the issue of file sharing. Dan has embraced the internet as a tool

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Interview – The Cosmic Dead

The Cosmic Dead are Glasgow’s boldest astral travellers, harnessing the power of psychedelic rock to blast off into the furthest regions of the cosmos. The band have supported the likes of Gnod, Bong & White Hills, and even accompanied legendary

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Interview – The Cosmic Dead

The Cosmic Dead are Glasgow’s boldest astral travellers, harnessing the power of psychedelic rock to blast off into the furthest regions of the cosmos. The band have supported the likes of Gnod, Bong & White Hills, and even accompanied legendary

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Interview – Drugzilla

Drugzilla’s potent cocktail of gabba, speedcore and sheer wide-eyed insanity have marked him out as one of Ireland’s most extreme and uncompromising musical exports, and landed him a place on Unrepresented Music’s impressive roster of artists and even a support

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Interview – Drugzilla

Drugzilla’s potent cocktail of gabba, speedcore and sheer wide-eyed insanity have marked him out as one of Ireland’s most extreme and uncompromising musical exports, and landed him a place on Unrepresented Music’s impressive roster of artists and even a support