Melting Ice Damages Boats on Danube

Feb. 21, 2012 by

On February 19th, 2012, after record low temperatures and crippling levels of snowfall, the weather in Belgrade returned to yearly averages causing massive destruction to riverside property as the ice on the frozen Danube began to melt and sweep away

Info on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement

Jan. 27, 2012 by

ACTA – the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement – is an international agreement that aims to establish multinational standards on intellectual property rights enforcement. The title of the treaty suggests the agreement deals with counterfeit goods, such as medicines and luxury goods.

PIPA and SOPA: Why You Should Care

Jan. 18, 2012 by

H.R.3261 “Stop Online Piracy Act” and S.968 “PROTECT IP”, could radically change the landscape of the Internet. These bills provide overly broad mechanisms for enforcement of copyright which would restrict innovation and threaten the existence of websites with user-submitted content,

Shane Berry Farewell Japan Party

Dec. 14, 2011 by

What: Just Do It! Where: En-Sof, Tokyo When: 2011-12-17 SATURDAY Who: DJ Wada, Shane Berry Live, Minoda, Masa, Sports Koide My very last live show as a Tokyo/Japan resident.

Shane Berry DJ Set 002 (Studio Mix Series)

Dec. 12, 2011 by

Shane Berry DJ Set 002 (Studio Mix Series) by Shane Berry on Mixcloud Playlist 001 Highgrade Disharmonic Orchestra – Multilayer 002 Sian – Cleopatra 003 Shane Berry – Bed2 004 Layo and Bushwacka – Now is the Time (Todd Emerson

H229 – Rust EP

Dec. 8, 2011 by

H229 is a Techno collaboration between Xavier Morel (Juno Reactor/T&F) and I. The Rust EP is our second release – it came out on Machine in December 2011.

H229 – Haunebu EP

Dec. 8, 2011 by

H229 is a techno collaboration between Xavier Morel (Juno Reactor/T&F) and I. The Haunebu EP is our first release – it came out on Nachstrom Schallplatten in November 2011 and features remixes by techno heavyweights Mike Parker, Baas Mooy and

Shane Berry DJ Set 001 (Studio Mix Series)

Dec. 8, 2011 by

Shane Berry DJ Set 001 (Studio Mix Series) by Shane Berry on Mixcloud Playlist 001 Kanding Ray – Mirrors 002 Tommy Four Seven – Bauhaus Mallet Mix 003 Trentemoller – Even Though You Are With Another Girl (Kollektiv Turmstrasse Remix)

Mesmerizing Time-lapsed Illustration

Nov. 30, 2011 by

An incredible time-lapse video of Spanish artist Dei Gaztelumendi working from start to finish on a post-apocalyptic illustration for a magazine cover. The level of detail he goes into, far beyond where most people would have hung up their proverbial

Vibes against Vibes Release Party

Nov. 22, 2011 by

What: Vibes against Vibes Release Party Where: Club Metro Kyoto When: 2011-11-24 THURSDAY Who: Kihira Naoki, Shane Berry, Baiyon, DiE / Noguci



Nov. 21, 2011 by

Shane Berry Live at Rockwest

Nov. 20, 2011 by

Short clip of Shane Berry Live at Rockwest November 12 2009

Three Channel "It’s Gettin Kinda Hectic (Shane Berry Mix)"

Nov. 20, 2011 by

Jame Clar`s video for my remix of Three Channel’s “Kinda Hectic” Track on Trapez.

Red Bull AOM

Nov. 20, 2011 by

NO LONGER ONLINE Listen here: Project: Red Bull Art of Motion Client: Red Bull/UltraSuperNew (USN) Role: Composition/Recording/Arrangement/Sound Design Synopsis: A web based advertising campaign for the Red Bull Art of Motion Event scored to edit. In the sound brief I

Tokyo Rides – Yoyogi Park Freestyle

Nov. 19, 2011 by

I recently had the opportunity to ride around Tokyo filming with a GoPro Hero HD helmet camera. I was in Yoyogi Park experimenting with it when I saw a BMXer freestyling near the Harajuku gate and I thought it would

Web Trends Map 4 Project

Nov. 17, 2011 by

Web Trends Map 4 Project from shane berry on Vimeo. Project: iA Webtrends Map 4 Client: Information Architects (iA) Role: Composition/Recording/Arrangement/Sound Design Synopsis: The web teaser I did for iA (Information Architects) Web Trends Map 4. In the sound brief

Google – Making It Easy For Your Customers

Nov. 16, 2011 by

Google: Making It Easy For Your Customers from shane berry on Vimeo. Project: Google: Making It Easy For Your Customers Client: Google/Ultra Super New Role: Sound Design/Music Score Synopsis: The sound brief was to create a sound bed that appealed

Google – Extend Your Reach

Nov. 16, 2011 by

Google: Extend Your Reach from shane berry on Vimeo. Project: Google Extend Your Reach Web Campaign Client: Google/Ultra Super New Role: Sound Design/Music Score Synopsis: The sound brief was to create a sound bed that appealed to a smart kid

Tribulations – Fan Made Video

Nov. 16, 2011 by

Anonymous fan ripped a track called Tribulation from one of my live sets and made this video with it, cool!

Fuji TV Anti Piracy Ad Campaign

Nov. 15, 2011 by

Fuji TV Anti Piracy Ad Campaign from shane berry on Vimeo. Project: Fuji TV Anti Piracy Ad Campaign Client: Ultra Super New/Fuji TV Role: Sound Design/Score/Music Synopsis: Short sound design project for Fuji TV CM animation. The sound brief was

Photoholic Web Video

Nov. 14, 2011 by

Project: Photoholic Web Video Client: Fleg International/Photoholic Role: Music Score/Sound Design Synopsis: The sound brief was to make a cool and sophisticated dance track with an urban relevance that could be looped endlessly without becoming annoying. The video loops twice

Jin – Pompidou Exhibition Project

Nov. 12, 2011 by

Project: Jin – Pompidou Exhibition Project Client: Jin/Centre Pompidou Role Music/Arrangement/Score/Sound Design Synopsis: This is a sound piece I engineered and scored for the artists Jin in 2005. The sounds and ideas for the score were conceptualized and sourced by

Limlee – Autumn Score

Nov. 11, 2011 by

Project: Limlee – Autumn Score Client: Limlee – Hidetaka Lee Fukuzaki (Fashion) Role:Music Score/Arrangement/Recording/Supervision Synopsis: Preliminary music I scored and arranged for fashion designer Hidetaka Lee Fukuzaki when he was working under the name Limlee. The initial sound brief was

Limlee – Summer Score

Nov. 10, 2011 by

Limlee – Summer Score from shane berry on Vimeo. Project: Limlee – Summer Score (Asian Belle) Client: Limlee – Hidetaka Lee Fukuzaki (Fashion) Role: Music Score/Arrangement/Recording/Supervision Synopsis: This is the second and final piece I scored for fashion artist Hidetaka

BrainBusters Monsters Ball 2011 – Shane Berry (DJ Set)

BrainBusters Monsters Ball 2011 – Shane Berry (DJ Set)

Oct. 25, 2011 by

I’ll be DJing one of my last shows in Japan at the J-Pop Cafe in Shibuya for the BrainBusters Monsters Ball 2011 on Saturday October 29th. It’s a fancy dress so come suitably attired. Joining me on the roster is

Vibes against Vibes – Japan Benefit Compilation.

Oct. 22, 2011 by

Vibes against Vibes vol. 1 & 2 is a benefit compilation for the Great East Japan Earthquake. A wide range of great artists from 11 countries have donated 20 tracks exclusively for this album. The full proceeds will be donated

Live Painting and Sound Performance

Sep. 12, 2011 by

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Sep. 7, 2011 by

A stark glimpse into a post nuclear Tokyo that is more real now than ever.

Sea of Blue Foliage: A Night in the Suicide Forest – Part 4

Sep. 6, 2011 by

The Aokigahara Jukai is is pure virgin forest estimated to be a little over 1000 years old. It lies on the western slopes of Fuji in the only area not covered with ash and lava in her last known eruption

Sea of Blue Foliage: A Night in the Suicide Forest – Part 3

Aug. 29, 2011 by

This my first true glimpse of the forest, and I can already tell it’s not a normal place. It’s too quiet, predator quiet, like a cat creeping up on an unguarded nest.

Julian Treasure: 5 ways to listen better

Aug. 24, 2011 by

Julian Treasure is a sound expert who has some very solid ideas about the role of sound in society. He is a huge advocate for its conscious use in architectural environments and its healing possibilities.

Vihart on the Science of Sound

Aug. 22, 2011 by

Vihart makes incredibly entertaining and informative videos about the magic and beauty of mathematics. In this video she eloquently explains the intrinsic relationship between sound and mathematics, plus a whole lot more.

Short Story: Clone Improvement

Aug. 10, 2011 by

I don’t drink, which has confused the situation somewhat because I am sitting in a bar listening to a blathering drunk go on about his damaged hand, the hard times and how it could have been. I am not getting

Reggie Watts Pops Some Tech

Aug. 4, 2011 by

The inimitable Mr Watts strikes again. Surreal, sublime and funny.

Setting Up Your Studio/Performance Session with One Click

Aug. 2, 2011 by

You know when, after many years of knowing someone, you find out that they can do an amazing array of card tricks or juggle chainsaws while singing Bohemian Rhapsody? That’s how I feel about OSX right now after watching this

What’s Wrong With Touching the Computer?

Jul. 18, 2011 by

These days countless controller apps and hardware controller devices promise emancipation from the dreaded computer interface. DJs and live performers have fallen head over heels over the concept that touching the computer somehow lessens an onstage appearance and the act

Brian Eno Lecture Moscow 2011

Jul. 13, 2011 by

Brian Eno Lecture Moscow 2011.

Trial & Error – EP – Shane Berry

Jul. 1, 2011 by

Trial & Error Tracklist: 1) Trial & Error2) For the time being3) Whenever it happens Release date: 2011-07-01 Label: Greta Cottage Workshop Catalog:GCW024 Buy: Beatport Description Shane Berry brings it to the Cottage once more, in his own beautiful &

Shane Berry – Trial and Error EP

Shane Berry – Trial and Error EP

Jun. 27, 2011 by

Greta Cottage Workshop Release Date: 1st July 2011 (Send me an e-mail to join promo mailing list.) GCW024 – Shane Berry – Trial & Error E.P Tracklist For the time being Trial & Error Whenever it Happens Description SB brings

Everything is a Remix

Jun. 23, 2011 by

A wonderfully concise look at remix culture and its integral relation to creativity.

Game of the Century – Bobby Fischer vs Donald Byrne

Jun. 23, 2011 by

Bobby Fischer plays Donald Byrn at the tender age of 13 and wins with one of the most legendary sacrifices in chess history.

Sound Art Collaboration with Gregoire Poitevin

Jun. 14, 2011 by

The blank canvas is both a literal and figurative starting point of creation in any medium. Some stand before it with a clear vision in their minds ready for it to be actualized in an external place with clarity and

How to Appreciate Art – Part 2

Jun. 6, 2011 by

Some thoughts on seriously engaging with art – Part 2 – Or Whose Party Is This Anyway?

How to Appreciate Art – Part 1

May. 30, 2011 by

Some thoughts on seriously engaging with art – Part 1 – Or Why a Child Couldn’t Paint That.

TRAPEZ ltd 100 – Ten Year Anniversary Release

May. 25, 2011 by

I am very happy to announce the 10 year anniversary of Trapez LTD. They are celebrating the event with a two part compilation of brand new remixes of songs from their catalogue and I contributed by remixing Marcus Sur’s release

How the Internet is being filtered by “Personalization”

May. 16, 2011 by

Eli Pariser shows the detriments of what he calls the “filter bubble” – behind the scenes algorithmic editing of the web by companies like Google and Facebook that slowly filter out what we DON’T click on in favour of what

Audio Myths Workshop (Repost)

May. 14, 2011 by

Self proclaimed propeller head Ethan Winer explodes some audio myths and pokes a rational finger at $20 000 power cables. Joining him (all too briefly) are Poppy Crum a neuroscientist at Johns Hopkins who conducts research on neural circuits in

3D Sound Recording and Playback

Apr. 25, 2011 by

Edgar Choueiri, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University, has developed a way to play true three-dimensional sound recordings over regular loudspeakers, such as those found in televisions and computer laptops.

Radioactive Mama – Too Soon?

Apr. 18, 2011 by

Sheldon Allman was a genius. His masterpiece, Folk Songs for the 21st Century, recorded in 1960, is one of the greatest albums of all time – ever – in the universe.

Sounds Of Tokyo – Jazz Buskers on Shibuya Crossing

Apr. 13, 2011 by

Central Tokyo is a notoriously unfriendly place for busking. It’s illegal in subway stations and train stations and anywhere else a single complaint from the public about the noise will bring the cops around in a downbeat.

Why I’m Glad Beat Matching has been Usurped by Technology

Apr. 5, 2011 by

First things first. There are always a number of people who have invested a lot of time and energy into obsoleting skills and technology and they often bemoan those who learn and make use of the new tools that displace

Earthquake -Three Weeks and One Day later in Tokyo.

Apr. 2, 2011 by

Tokyo still feels strange three weeks after the massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami that devastated North Eastern Japan and seriously crippled the Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima. Although there are massive energy shortages in both fuel and electricity around

Tokyo Conserves Energy – Believe it or Not.

Mar. 26, 2011 by

I went out for a ride after dark (around 21:00) to see what Tokyo looks like when it is making an effort to conserve energy. I have never seen or heard Shinjuku and Shibuya so dark and quiet at this

Earthquake – Two Weeks and one day later in Tokyo.

Mar. 26, 2011 by

Being back in Tokyo after spending a week in Osaka is great but things are a little off kilter to say the least. With concerns mounting over radiation in the water supply, a lack of frequent or informative news on

iPad Controller Review: Liine Kapture Pad

Mar. 21, 2011 by

Once again Liine place themselves at the front of the pack with their latest offering – Kapture Pad – for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Earthquake – Radiation Levels in Japan as of 20th March – i.e. Chill Out.

Mar. 20, 2011 by

Click on images to enlarge them. Radiation Measurements in Japan as of 20th March 2011. src: Ministry of Education, Sports, Culture, Science. Comparative radiation doses (External.) via xkcd

Earthquake – Some Perspective on the Nuclear Crisis.

Mar. 19, 2011 by

The nuclear crisis at the Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima, 250 km from Tokyo, has been getting a lot of attention in the media lately but fears expressed for dangerous levels of radiation reaching areas further than 30km from

Earthquake – The Dragon Starts to Look Up.

Mar. 18, 2011 by

As Japan makes incredible efforts to keep spirits up and get back to work I feel inspired to do the same so I will continue, within my limited capacity, stuck here in a hotel far from home and studio, to

Earthquake – Early Spring Plum Blossoms in Tokyo – Life Goes On.

Mar. 17, 2011 by

Ume Blossoms precede the burst of Cherry blossoms (Sakura) that start late March early April every year in Japan.

Earthquake – Tokyo shows resolve and reacts calmly March 14th 2011.

Mar. 15, 2011 by

Long lines of cars waiting to fill up were almost everywhere but not a single honking horn or road side tantrum. At first I thought these were cars parked on the side of the street until I realized they were

Earthquake – Where Exactly is Central Tokyo in Relation to Miyagi?

Mar. 15, 2011 by

“Central Tokyo” is generally considered to be the area inside and immediately surrounding the Yamanote train line which makes a 34.5 km loop inside Tokyo. It connects all the main transport hubs in Tokyo with one another and it’s identifying

Earthquake – Daytime Power Conservation Efforts in Tokyo March 14th.

Mar. 15, 2011 by

I went for a ride yesterday to see how Tokyo is doing three days after megaquake and took some photos. The first pictures are of the area west of Shinjuku Station. The large electronics retail chain “Yodabashi Camera” has several

Earthquake – Electric Hinomaru.

Mar. 14, 2011 by

Earthquake – Empty Shelves at Local Supermarket in Tokyo.

Mar. 12, 2011 by

I went out today (2011/03/12) to re-up supplies and this is what I saw at the local supermarket about 10 minutes from Shinagawa Station. It’s a stark contrast to the supermarket in the station itself which was fully stocked and

Earthquake – A Tokyo Perspective.

Mar. 12, 2011 by

A very big thank you to everyone who sent me messages and expressions of concern via Facebook and e-mail. I am fine and at home in Shinagawa a full day after experiencing quite a large earthquake in my studio in

Aokigahara Jukai: A Night in the Suicide Forest – Part 2

Mar. 7, 2011 by

Part 2 of 4 – The Forest takes Root. As we sit in the fading afternoon light eating a late lunch at the Solar Café, I get to thinking about the first time my curiosity was set adrift in the

Aokigahara Jukai: A Night in the Suicide Forest – Part 1

Feb. 28, 2011 by

Part 1 of 4 – Getting there. Sometimes, I’m about as spontaneous as a tranquilized elephant chained to a rock, so when I get a call out of the blue from my good friend, photographer and artist Levi Rinker, to

In Support of Kevin Saunderson – Copy/Paste Culture Rears its Ugly Head

Feb. 25, 2011 by

Kevin Saunderson made a post recently on his website calling out a pair of Italian producers for lifting, wholesale, a loop from an iconic track of his and apparently making a name for themselves off the back of his original

Greta Cottage Workshop Radio feat. Shane Berry

Feb. 19, 2011 by

A live set I recorded in Chichibu 2009 will be aired on Greta Cottage Workshop Radio on Soundart Radio 102.5FM on Saturday February 19 at 22:00 GMT. To access the show visit their website, click on “Listen” and download the

Griid Pro Update and Cliip for iPad Review

Feb. 14, 2011 by

A world-first in controllers, Cliip allows you to create and edit MIDI clips with your fingertips using an elegant touch-enabled piano roll.

Baiyon – LittleBigPlanet2

Jan. 26, 2011 by

My good friend and music collaborator, Kyoto based artist and musician, Baiyon contributed significantly to the music of LittleBigPlanet2. Baiyon’s role is best described in this excerpt from a post on about the music in LBP2.

Gimzology Remix Update

Jan. 13, 2011 by

I am happy to hear from Kassey Voorn and Low Battery Recordings that my remix of Jeff Bennet’s track Gimzology made it into Beatport’s Weekly Top 10. The release is getting some great feedback from many top DJs and producers.

Gimzology – New Jeff Bennet Release with remix by Shane Berry.

Jan. 12, 2011 by

DJ And Producer Kassey Voorn has been a solid supporter of my work on Greta Cottage Workshop and Dirty Works. He has also been a great source of inspiration to me for the last few years so I was thrilled

Diginity in Mastery

Jan. 5, 2011 by

I figured the best way to start blogging this year would be to share a video of someone masterfully ironing a men’s dress shirt. No tricks, no advanced technology; just focus, dedication and style.

Fallen Art – Tomek Baginski/Poland/2005.

Dec. 7, 2010 by

Way before there was YouTube (no really) iFilm (now defunct and absorbed into was the place to watch clips and video online and it has been years since I have been able to find this animation, which ranks amongst

New Project With Xavier Morel and Other Ventures

Dec. 6, 2010 by

Here is a short round up of what I have been up to the last few weeks and as soon as I have a block of time to write some more articles and reviews I’ll get down to it.

How to Spot a Professional DJ

Nov. 22, 2010 by

The party is not going so well. Something is off. The crowd is edgy, some people are dancing, sporadically, but most everyone is milling around the bar and the promoter is looking stressed. The DJ is playing some good tunes,

iPad App Review: Korg iMS-20

Nov. 13, 2010 by

The Korg MS-20 is one of my favourite analog synths of all time. I have the Korg Legacy Bundle with the (now discontinued) 3/4 sized USB Contoller modelled after the original and it is always within reach.

Working with Mistakes.

Nov. 8, 2010 by

Using mistakes as a source of  inspiration can open up a world of possibilities that our tools of correction often negate.

Night Shift

Nov. 2, 2010 by

Any given weekend in Tokyo is soaked to the gills in techno events but once you step outside the greater downtown areas of Shibuya. Nakameguro and Daikanyama (a stones throw apart from each other) there really isn’t much happening techno

The Insidious Burden of Choice

Nov. 1, 2010 by

There are a plethora of music making machines and software programs out on the market these days, many snake oils and, myriad merchants of miracle mojo peddling them too.

The Hardest Part of Cycling is the Pavement

Oct. 26, 2010 by

My good friend, fellow producer and DJ and Yogacharya, Nik Sliwerski aka Muthafunka fell off his bicycle recently and hit his head really, really hard on the ground. He is in hospital with concussion and a fractured skull (which thankfully

Aldous Huxley Interview

Oct. 19, 2010 by

Aldous Huxley’s works are profound and life altering, and he has left a powerful mark on modern culture and thought. Here is a half our interview with him speaking to Mike Wallace.

Rare Shane Berry DJ Set – Minimal Mosaic

Oct. 11, 2010 by

minimal mosaic – shane berry mixes mosaic records A few years back I used to work at Tokyo’s only alternative cable radio station called radio:on where we recorded hour long shows on to Mini Discs – remember those? Well, after

Designing Sound for an iPad App

Sep. 26, 2010 by

I’m very happy to have been involved in another collaboration with Information Architects (iA). This time around iA founder Oliver Reichenstein approached me to design some sound to enhance user experience on one of his new projects; a word processor

Sasha Plays Shane Berry Track, Pullitout

Sep. 13, 2010 by

My latest release on Greta Cottage Workshop has been getting a lot of support from Sasha and this has been generating some great feedback for me. Here is a clip of him opening a four hour set with my track

iPad Controller Review: touchAble

Sep. 9, 2010 by

The touchAble iPad app is ¥2000 (introductory price) and the app that runs on the host computer is a free download from their website.

iPad controllers Review: Livecontrol/TouchOSC

Sep. 8, 2010 by

The TouchOSC iPad app is ¥600 and the Livecontrol app that runs on the host computer is a free download, as are the Livecontrol templates.

iPad controllers Review: Midi Katapult

Sep. 7, 2010 by

Download the trial version for free but up until you buy the license via PayPal for around ¥3000 it runs for 30 minutes at a time before it locks up and then you have to reload it to start afresh

iPad Controllers Review: Griid Pro by Liine

Sep. 6, 2010 by

Griid is an advanced clip grid interface which allows you to control Ableton Live (running on your desktop or laptop) from your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.

How to use a Turntable – EP – Shane Berry

Aug. 20, 2010 by

TITLE: How to use a Turntable E.P TRACKLIST: 1) Plugitin 2) Putitin 3) Pullitout RELEASE DATE: 2010-08-20 LABEL: Greta Cottage Workshop CATALOG: GCW015

Exclusive, Shane Berry Live Online at 21:00 Japan Time.

Aug. 19, 2010 by

As part of promotion for the upcoming Summer Sounds Volume 2 I will be performing an exclusive live set via the Internet from Sangenchaya TV on Thursday evening the 19th of August at 21:00 Japan Time. (12:00 GMT). I am

How to Use a Turntable EP.

Aug. 9, 2010 by

How to use a Turntable E.P Tracklist 1) Plugitin 2) Putiton 3) Pullitout Release Date:  20th August 2010 Label: Greta Cottage Workshop Catalog: GCW015 Listen and Buy Beatport Description Fresh from remix duty for the Little White Earbuds Download of

Rare Opportunity To See Shane Berry Live Before Midnight Saturday

Jul. 28, 2010 by

For all you old codgers and day trawlers out there who constantly complain that my live performances are always on too late and use the fact as an excuse to never make it out to my shows, pick up your

Just Do It!

Just Do It!

Jul. 22, 2010 by

The annual Just Do It! outdoor techno festival (now called Just) took place this past weekend and as usual it was absolutely fantastic. There is nothing finer than being up in the mountains of Saitama, on the river, deep in

Just Do It! Outdoor Techno Festival – Chichibu Asami Campsite

Jul. 12, 2010 by

The true techno spirit lives on in the mountains of Chichibu this coming weekend the 17th – 18th of July. I am thrilled to be playing at the “Just Do It!” outdoor festival again this year and it’s my absolute

Another Amazing Wall Painted Animation by Blu.

Jul. 6, 2010 by

Amazing time-lapsed animated graffiti/street art by Blu.

There Is Hope, Just Not For Us…

Jul. 5, 2010 by

George Carlin played with words like Zeus played with thunderbolts. In this video he asserts that the planet Earth will do just fine without us humans and our overblown sense of self importance.

Unheard Songs

Jun. 28, 2010 by

There exists, right now, as you read this, a genuine, unexplored jungle island in the Bay of Bengal inhabited by a pre-neolithic people who have had no formative contact with the outside world in 15.000 years. They kill anyone who

Aural Imbalance Shane Berry Remix Up On LWE.

Jun. 26, 2010 by

The remix I did for Aural Imbalance’s wicked track, “Think Tank” (which I dubbed “Thought Tanked”) is up for exclusive download from Little White Earbuds. Link Here The audio has since been taken down, but the article remains online. “Where