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Old 29-08-2013, 04:55 PM
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not how, When! Is 5 years running
and we are celebrating on 20 September in the Pav bar from 9p.m to 2a.m.

Our guest is Phil Mison - keep the date free for across the Board vibes and GREAT music

( our usual first Friday will not be on 6 Sept. Colm K s " So what" night will be on instead)
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:23 PM
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Coming up on Friday September 20 in the Pavilion Bar, we have Phil Mison guesting for our 5th birthday. You are likely to hear everything from house to boogie to disco and jazz funk vibes, not forgetting of course the weird and unknown tracks that he likes to drop....

Here is his bio to date

Influenced by listening to legendary chill out DJ Jose Padilla, Phil started his DJ career at London’s Milk Bar in 1991, playing chilled Balearic warm up sets. A chance meeting there with Jose would lead to a two year residency at Ibiza’s Cafe Del Mar, sound tracking a thousand sunsets with his vast collection of sun kissed records. It was his sets there that led him to play at Full Circle, Bugged Out and to become Leftfield’s tour DJ.

His huge knowledge of the chill-out genre earned Mison a chance to put out his first compilation “Original Chill Out” in 1995. With its beatless, mood-friendly approach to mixing electronic music, it was something of a groundbreaking collection. Since then he has gone onto release a further 15 compilations,
including 5 volumes of the hugely popular “Real ibiza” series,”Soundcolors” and volume 6 of “Originals”.

Phil also continues to DJ round the world from 39 hotel in Hawaii, “Green Sunset” in São Paulo, Music for Dancers in Los Angeles, Ku De Ta in Bali,
Bestival and Aficionado to name but a few.

“Cantoma”, Phil’s debut album under the Cantoma moniker was released in 2003 followed by “Out of Town” in 2010 (Leng Recordings). So far, Cantoma’s songs has been used on over 150 compilations and featured on various film and tv projects worldwide. Phil also records with Pete Herbert as Frontera and Reverso 68.

Phil Mison’s third album will be released in October 2013 . A limited edition 12″ is available now.
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Old 05-09-2013, 05:47 PM
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Another mix by Mr. Mison if anyone wants to check it out - laid back four to the floor vibes

https://soundcloud.com/piece-togethe...n-dos-tres-mix
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Old 09-09-2013, 10:19 AM
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[QUOTE=Takebe-san;4902013]Another mix by Mr. Mison if anyone wants to check it out - laid back four to the floor vibes

https://soundcloud.com/piece-togethe...n-dos-tres-mix[/

I used to go and see Phil lots when he played in the milk bar so hoping to get in for this! Great guest lads fairplay to ye B-)QUOTE]
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Old 11-09-2013, 12:49 PM
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20th September is Culture Night too which is tieing in nicely with the 5th birthday. This will be Phils third time playing in Cork and we will have extra sound system in for that night.

nice one i.t.s , see you there hopefully
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Old 16-09-2013, 06:44 PM
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Dear Music Heads,

This Friday night, 20 September , "Not How, When!" are celebrating our 5th birthday in the Pavilion Bar. We have a special guest by the name of Phil Mison joining us from 10 p.m that night.

Thanks to everyone involved and guests over the 5 years -

Toshishiko,
Sir Charles,
Pierre Belmonte,
Ben Philpott,
Dave Hegarty,
Reggie Tunes
Colm K,
Anthony C,
Padraic Disconaut,
John Daly,
Phil Mison.....

Looking forward to a great night!
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Old 19-09-2013, 12:14 PM
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A Phil Mison favourite
- it will be a great night of music tomorrow night (Fri 20th) - we have extra sound rig as well
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:07 PM
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back to normal after mighty 5th birthday celebrations with Phil Mison

Tonight, Friday we are back playing a few records in the Pavilion bar from 10 until 2

usual across the board music

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Old 08-10-2013, 06:36 PM
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For Cork Jazz Festival , " not how, when!" Have a very special guest over from Brighton for the Friday of the Jazz.

It's a free event as usual in the Pavilion bar, Cork. Joining us we have Balearic Mike of Claremont 56 "Originals" fame who is also part of Ashley Beedles Heavy Disco Collective.

Check out his bio on the Pav website to see what the man is all about, it's a very entertaining read! His dj sets are legendary and it's gonna be an unreal start to the Jazz Festival!!!
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Old 16-10-2013, 08:23 PM
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Jazz Friday in the Pav Bar,Cork , not how, When! welcomes Balearic Mike , here is his bio, its a good read!

BALEARIC MIKE BIO
Although loved and respected within a fifty-mile radius of the record storage depot he calls a home, Baleariic Mike is one of the world’s unsung DJ heroes. His doggedly independent eclecticism, a restless archaeological thirst for lost treasure, and a keen desire to mine new music that suits his broadminded genre surfing post modern Balearic brief, put him up there with a lonely few- those who are not scared to cross reference, off road and experiment with the crucial narrative that is at the core of any musical journey worth paying attention to.
There is an intuitive intelligence in the choosing of the component parts of his sets and an empathetic logic to the way he puts things together. It’s these qualities that make his selections significant and ensure that his sets / mixes / compilations are something more than the usual showing off the humble spectator has come to expect.
Mike is the son a humble Grampian haggis farmer who came to Manchester with nothing more than the rights to the family tartan and a few unwelcome Scottish pound notes in his sporran (they are for the record legal tender). His flowing locks attracted the interest of local ladies but the life of a mere lover and part time gigolo would never have been enough for Mike. He settled down to work at the local Vinyl Exchange record shop. It soon became clear to the counter hawks, collectors and local know it alls that here was someone with a musical mind of his own. He secured guest spots at several significant local club nights. In a town where the level of skill and knowledge is such that it is hard to make any kind of musical mark, Mike became known for his individuality and fell in with a gang of fully bearded Balearic buccaneers who encouraged him to explore further. While others have been swayed by fashion and the desire to be popular, Mike has stuck to his principles. Elegant, playful, future-facing and open-minded mixes have been made freely available online. It’s these that have started to secure Mike the international reputation he so rightly deserves. His bank balance, telephone bill, email archive and air miles show he leaves no stone unturned in his pursuit of new music. He shows no signs of becoming cynical or jaded as most DJs inevitably do. There’s a wonderful innocence to the way in which he talks about and absorbs music. Mike has come along long way from that haggis farm but this is surely just the start of what will be along and significant journey.
Balearic Mike has played at some of the finest clubs and festivals in the UK and around the world, including The Electric Chair, Horse Meat Disco, Festival Number 6, Ministry Of Sound (UK), Electric Elephant (Croatia), Pacha & Space (Ibiza), Slow Blow (Stockholm), Tape (Berlin), Chillits & The Plunge (California), The Do-Over (LA), Apt. (New York), and many others. In 2013 Mike was very proud to be asked to join Ashley Beedle and Dave Jarvis’ Heavy Disco collective.

Mike was given the great honour of kicking off the now highly respected ‘Original’ series of compilations on Claremont 56, alongside his friend and fellow DJ Richard Moonboots. Mike is also the co-host of the Down To The Sea & Back series of compilations (and Boat Parties) with Kelvin Andrews, and the founder and director of Fascinating Rhythms, an occasional vinyl only Balearic record label.
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