Mixtape Connection 2010 @ Goodbye Blue Monday

On February 25, 2010, in parties, Promo, by Dr Hitchcock
Mixtape Connection 2010 Flyer

Mixtape Connection 2010 Flyer

POW! Indie dance floor punk to shake your junk!

DJs Apex Beat, Dr Hitchcock, Indie Slut and Tobiaz are back for 2010 with all your indie, rock, techno, electro, and house faves from last decade and the latest from the blogosphere.

Saturday 13th March 2010 @
Goodbye Blue Monday

DJs on at 10pm
Free Entry

Keep it futile!

For some rad downbeat tunes check out this recording of the Mixtape Sessions from Wednesday 17th Feb.
MP3: Dr Hitchcock – Mixtape Sessions – 17-02-10

Peace,
Dr H
xoxox

Photos – Mixtape Connection 2009

On November 30, 2009, in music, parties, review, by Dr Hitchcock

Hey you! Thanks so very much to everyone who came down and partied with us at Goodbye Blue Monday (GBM) on Saturday night. GBM was packed, the crowd was heaving and the Mixtape Crew laid down the most rockin’, floor stomping electro and retro pop around town. A huge thank-you to Indie Slut, Missy G, Apex Beat, and Goodbye Blue Monday for your choice moistness! There’s sure to be more parties in 2010 so keep your ear to the net yo!

Peace,
Dr H
xox

Here are some more photos of what went down!

Mixtape Connection 2009

Mixtape Connection 2009

Mixtape Connection Vol. 1 - July 2005

Mixtape Connection Vol. 1 - July 2005

Hey yo!

Woah! I can’t believes it but we’re throwing another Mixtape Connection party! For those who don’t know, the Mixtape Connection was a monthly Indie-Rock, Electro, whatever, Club night that was held at Capitol Bar on Hereford Street throughout 2005 and 2006. The line-up at the first party was Missy G from RDU’s Girlschool, Richard from Guitar Media (you can now find him online at Rose Quartz) and myself from the Mixtape Sessions, known then as Mr Hitchcock (I had not yet gained my PhD in Scientology). Indie Slut joined the crew at gig 2 and  became a resident after Richard moved to Australia in Dec 05. Back in the day it was a fully functional indie death star, complete with cassette mixtapes, zines, CDs, t-shirts, badges, atari games on flatscreen, music videos and stamps. For some old photos from the December 05 party visit here. It was pretty cool while it lasted and I know that all who were involved miss it heaps. So anyways, I bumped into Missy G at Goodbye Blue Monday (GBM) sometime last month and she suggested that we throw another party and do it there! What a grand idea! All of us hang out and DJ there all the time these days so why not!

Here are the deets:
Girlschool and StarlifterRadio.com present:
Mixtape Connection 2009
Saturday 28th November
10pm @ Goodbye Blue Monday
Feat. DJs Missy G, Indie Slut, Dr Hitchcock and Apex Beat.
50 CDs – mixed and mashed by Dr H – for the first 50 party peeps who give him the secret codeword “paper rad”.
Free entry.
R18

So that’s the buzz. I really hope that you can make it to the party and come hang with us. Our tunes may have changed a bit since ’05 but the buzz will be just as solid.

Peace,
Dr H
xxx

P.S. Currently playing on StarlifterRadio.com this week is: the Time Machine mix set from Zombie Nation, the SOS Promo mix from Wellington based DJ Jetpilot and my latest mix set, Interstella Beats Intergalatic – Vol 1. If you have any tunes or mixes that you think would sound good on Starlifter Radio send me a message via Twitter @starliftertv or email drh (at) starlifter.tv – choice!

THANKS! Dr H: 10 years in Radio – Pandaz in da Mixxx

On August 3, 2009, in parties, by Dr Hitchcock

Apex Beat @ GBM, 16-07-09

Hey there,

Thank-you so much to everyone who came down to hang at Goodbye Blue Monday to celebrate my 10 years in radio. Apex Beat and I had a fantastic time mixing up a storm as Pandaz in da Mixxx. We were gonna be playing together again on Saturday 15th August but Miss Beat will be in Wellys hanging with her folks. I will still be playing that night, I’m just not sure if it will be a solo performance or with a friend. Playing with friends is usually heaps more fun.

Peace,
Dr H

Dr H @ GBM, 16-07-09

Dr H @ GBM, 16-07-09

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