Mike Uzzi

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Traveling music

I imagine many Bostonians have a woeful tale or two of a nighttime bus trip to New York for a show that’s gone wrong.
Boston techno hits the road with Zero G
By SUSANNA BOLLE  |  January 07, 2008

Not another top 10

What follows is by nature a hodgepodge, a not-quite-10 list of some RF favorites from 2007.
A few of Rare Frequency’s favorite things
By SUSANNA BOLLE  |  December 19, 2007

High techno

A prime place to go if you wanted to hear cutting-edge and classic techno from Germany, Detroit, and beyond has been “Make It New” every Thursday at Middlesex Lounge.
‘Make It New’ turns three, plus Hauschka at the Goethe
By SUSANNA BOLLE  |  October 30, 2007

Lab results

As Boston statesmen go, Fred Gianelli is the Edo. G of the techno set.
The Kooky Scientist’s Backpack project, plus Zero G forces
By DAVID DAY  |  April 10, 2007

Techno or yes, part II

Bit of a frustrating week here at Circuits as the Hub continues to change. Paul Dailey live in Louisville (mp3) Slaine, "Rich Man Poor Man" (YouTube)
WERS cancels Revolutions ; Boston icons blow up
By DAVID DAY  |  October 13, 2006

Fall Circuitry

Former Boston radio DJ and producer DJ Swiss Ivory has a new mixtape out called Back in Business. DJ Swiss Ivory, "Mixtape Preview" (mp3 via MySpace) Akrobatik, "Internet MCs" (mp3 via Myspace) Underline label mix (mp3)
Save a rink, hip-hop madness, and a lost loft
By DAVID DAY  |  October 03, 2006


Berklee beatz

Berklee College of Music has more than 3800 students, and their collaborations and talents populate Boston clubs citywide. Big Willie Green, "Oooh" (mp3 via Myspace) Danielle Scott, "Ghetto Wonderland" (mp3 via MySpace)
Two alumni talents mix it up at Harper’s Ferry
By DAVID DAY  |  August 23, 2006

Invite only

It’s Saturday night and somewhere in Chinatown there’s a party goin’ on.
Robot Love Songs, Unlockedgroove, and Zero G
By DAVID DAY  |  May 10, 2006

By any other name

Boston has very few outlets for dance vinyl.
Satellite becomes Mass Muzik; SoulKore in Dudley Square
By DAVID DAY  |  May 05, 2006