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Muti Music has been with us from the beginning. They have helped innovate and promote urban underground music since the days of being an underground email based vinyl store. A lot has changed since then, but one thing has not - the quality of the music that Muti Music represents!
15 Years Of Muti - Glitch Hop features an epic group of artists, many of whom helped define the genre ‘Glitch Hop’. The tunes are a representation of edgy neuro funk, booming baselines, and infectious melodies that move people to dance.
The compilation is part of the 15 Years Of Muti series, celebrating their 15th Year as a record label, and the artists and music that got us here. Muti Music has been a part of the evolution of many sub-genres of Bass Music, from the Nuskool Breaks and Electro Bass of the turn of the century, to Dubstep, Glitch Hop, Future Bass, Halftime, Drumstep and Drum & Bass with a good deal of variety and experimentation thrown in along the way.
Muti Music has served as the launchpad or continuation of more than 100 artists careers, even helping build up a few notable names along the way. Thank you to all the bass music fans that have helped us get this far.
Support the sounds you love, 45 tracks reaching nearly three and a half hours of bass!
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In celebration and to allow us to spend time with our families, we'll be closed Monday and Tuesday, July 3-4 and re-open on Wednesday, July 5 at 8:30 AM EST. Our website never sleeps, so you can browse, shop and order online even though the office is closed.
This is our thirteenth issue – 115 papers published and over 500 submissions. In addition, Prism is now featuring AEE Advances – one-page overviews of important articles in the October and February issues. The vast majority of these papers document a proven “advance” in engineering education, with a few others providing reviews of “advances.” In this way we have stayed true to our goal of publishing a wide range of articles that inform the broader engineering education community concerning methodology, pedagogy, and technology that can be implemented either within or outside of the classroom. In contrast, we have neither sought out nor published articles that primarily describe research studies, leaving those to other journals, especially our much older sister publication, the Journal of Engineering Education . Please see our JEE guest editorial on “boundaries” for a more thorough discussion on this subject…
Composer, organist and improviser, Thierry Escaich is a unique figure on today’s music scene and one of the major representatives of the new generation of French composers. The three aspects of his art are indissociable, allowing him in his concerts to mix creation, improvisation and interpretation in highly diverse combinations.