On December 10, 2011, Humanaut launched a monthly series of parties focused on quality dance music from the best local, regional and international talent. Each event will be curated by different Humanaut members as well as occasional guest-curators.

For month two, Humanaut has asked everyone’s favorite internet personality Tom Cox to take the reigns of the night. Tom’s decision: an all-vinyl night featuring the crew of the widely read Infinite State Machine blog. Always full of opinions and great music, ISM has become a fixture both in Pittsburgh and in the dance music world.

www.infinitestatemachine.com

Lineup:

Frank Glazer (ISM | NYC)
Jwan Allen (ISM | Technoir Audio)
Thomas Cox (ISM | Pittsburgh Track Authority)
Chris O’Connor (Technoir Audio)

- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 2am.

Drink special:

$2 Yuengling 10-12
$3 Well drinks all night

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www.infinitestatemachine.com

This weeks podcast is brought to you by Takasi Nakajima. Takasi is the other half of Different World (opposite Claude Young), who both played a more intimate Humanaut show at the Bloomfield Bridge Tavern last month. Below is some more info on Takasi….

Takasi Nakajima is a DJ/Producer from Mihama,Japan. He began DJing and making tracks at the age of 16 with his brother Yukio Matsuyama, whom he learned the turntable skills and music history from. In 1997 he was a finalist in the DMC regional DJ competition in Japan. He has one of the finest and varied collections of music in Japan, playing everything, from Techno, House, Dub to Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Jazz or any music.
“Different World (Claude Young + Takasi Nakajima)”
Young and Nakajima became close friends after Young relocated from Glasgow to Tokyo in 2005. Both having a strong love of music the two decided to form Different World in 2006 and began playing at their own resident events in Japan gaining a loyal following of hardcore music lovers. It is still a fresh memory when Different World played at DEMF in year 2007.Their new Vinyl released from A.R.T the label of Kirk Degiorgio Oct 4 2011. and had a track included on Marcel Fengler’s Berhain mix CD.

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On December10th, we launch a monthly series of house and techno parties curated by Humanaut and select guests.

To kick off the opening month, Humanaut will take to the decks (minus an elusive Rob Dunn, blast him!) to showcase their inspiration as a crew of DJs and music explorers.

Lineup:
Aaron Clark (Humanaut, VIA)
Paul Fleetwood (Humanaut, VIA, Ultrawizardsword)
Relative Q (Humanaut, RCMP, Young Robots, Ultrawizardsword)
Revy (Humanaut, Bleepsequence, Slant Records, Ultrawizardsword)
Jason Cuban (Humanaut, Full House Productions, Basic: State College)

- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 2am.
- Some kind of intergalactic drink special will occur.

Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/232637810135682/

Humanaut Sustainable Podcast Series 021 brought to you by Jose Bec.

Jose Luis Sagastegui Becerril, a.k.a. Jose Bec, was born and raised in Mexico City. His love of music began by listening to classic rock with his father. When he was 12, Jose discovered the world of electronic music through a radio show broadcasting European Techno beats and he knew he wanted to be a DJ. After bringing beats to people at parties and bars in Mexico, he moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, in 2006.

Since arriving in Pittsburgh, Jose has refined his mixing techniques by immersing himself in the Pittsburgh and International “Underground” scene. He has built on what he used to mix in Mexico and forged his own non-commercial style.
His influences on the decks are mixture of European techno, minimal, Tech house, and house from Chicago and NY.

Jose Bec spins at private parties and events sharing decks with Humanaut one of the most respectful crew in the city also in clubs and bars in the Steel City. He now wants to share with Mexico his new-found style and widen his reach in the electronic music scene.

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