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DJ Cash Money - Now that's What I Call A DJ!

By: Devi Vanhon (Radioactive Anne) Posted: August-19-2009 in
Devi Vanhon (Radioactive Anne)

DJing is an art and it is a science; it's more than just throwing two records together and praying that the mix sounds good. DJing is reading people's emotions, breaking down every different aspect of music, and learning the industry and promotion.

When it comes to DJing, Philadelphia's Cash Money (born Jerome Hewlett) is a master of this art form and an oft-cited influence among DJs.

How to go with the Southeast Asian flow

By: The Advisor Posted: December-18-2014 in
The Advisor

The sonic vibrations of the tro rise and fall like the chests of entwined lovers. Strings sigh wistfully, their longing exhalations floating like warm breath on the air. Time slows, the atmosphere thickening into an insulating blanket of impossibly soft sound. Tiny eddies stir slowly in vast lakes of lilies, warm tropical water seeping between the toes of giggling children fishing for a free meal. Speed no longer exists. Tensions dissolve. Pressure is a quaint notion from the past.

Paul Janovskis live at The FCC

By: MJ Browne Posted: October-21-2011 in
MJ Browne

As a 12-year-old boy growing up in Melbourne, Paul Janovskis wanted not only to be a musician, he wanted to be a rebel in the greatest traditions of rock ‘n’ roll.

It was at that unruly age that Janovskis, who performs at the FCC on Saturday, picked up one of his dad’s guitars and started playing regularly. At the same time, he hooked up with some musically inclined neighbors — including Nick Seymour from Crowded House — and began playing in “party bands.”

“So I knew I wanted to be a musician from the age of 12,” Janovskis says.

Two events: Fresh films from the dmc & cello recital

By: Expat Advisory Posted: June-17-2011 in
Expat Advisory

Two events: Fresh films from the dmc & cello recital

Cambodian Space Project have landed

By: invisibleagent Posted: October-01-2010 in

Invisible Agent hasn’t released on vinyl in a while, so naturally I get very excited when other people do. Such a fabulous format, carrying all that warm and rich analogue goodness.

Gnashing of Teeth Part II: On the Other Hand Rabbi...

By: Jeff Mudrick Posted: July-07-2010 in
Jeff Mudrick

Leonard Cohen
Of course with all this teeth gnashing there had to be an other hand. And this came through to me quite forcefully last evening following a conversation with the concert promoter who happened to be in Phnom Penh and stopped by Garage for a couple of cold beverages and to talk about the Cohen show.

Dengue Dever Concert benefits Cambodian Living Arts

By: Press release Posted: June-11-2010 in
Press release

Cambodian Living Arts, an NGO based in Phnom Penh, announced today that the Los Angeles-based band Dengue Fever, featuring Cambodian lead singer, Chhom Nimol, raised more than $7,500.00 (U.S.) for the organization during a sold-out concert at the Parkway Studios in the Cambodian capital last month.

Forget the sushi/sashimi

By: Wesley Taller Posted: March-10-2010 in
Wesley Taller


This thursday the one and only DJ DOMINATION AKA ASIA'S FINEST SWORD MASTER will come down and show his " La Test " NINJA skills on tha decks, vibe productions does it again, providing you only with the best!
So if you are curious, anxious and willing to give up your sushi DON'T HESITATE ,

The friends, the road, the magic: 28 - 31 January

By: Phnom Penh Gigs Posted: February-04-2010 in
Phnom Penh Gigs

It was the last Thursday in January, and the last date of the Blue Cheese and Bacon Burger Hellhounds 2010 Tour of Sharky Bar. And the playing was of a highest uber-ian quality, and the audience was keen and engaged, and the Mythical Dude was standing up, and Bong Thom was having out of body experiences, and the Swedish Ambassador was grooving it up, and Jimmy Hellhound was howling and cussing and there may or may not have been some cowbell, and there was certainly some awesome harmonising, like a bunch of old country folk sitting around on someone's porch with big clay bottles of homemade cider ... and they saw that it was good.

Guitar Gypsy

By: FCC Cambodia Posted: February-02-2010 in
FCC Cambodia

Singer-songwriter Emmanuel Groult, a.k.a. Monsieur Nû, brings a world of music to the FCC.

Growing up bouncing around the Middle East, French-born guitarist Emmanuel Groult found little time for music.

Life was far too adventurous.

"I have some really amazing memories of Egypt," he says. "Once, my father, my uncle, some friends and I climbed one of the pyramids at Gizeh at 3 a.m. to watch the sun rise over Old Cairo. It's one of the greatest experiences of my life."


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