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AWARDS AND REVIEWS: 2005 International Review awards : The song "TAKE ME DOWN" sing by DHARMAKALI, Angel Rada's wife received the following awards: Track of the Day on 20 Aug 2005 in Electronic Best Female Vocals in Electronic, week of 15 Aug 2005 Best Female Vocals in Electronic, week of 22 Aug 2005 Best Female Vocals in Electronic, week of 29Aug2005 Best Female Vocals in Electronic, week of 5Sep2005 Best Female Vocals in Electronic, week of 12 Sep 2005 Best Keyboards in Electronic, week of 5 Sep 2005 Best Keyboards in Electronic, week of 19 Sep 2005 Best Production in Electronic, week of 15 Aug 2005 Best Production in Electronic, week of 5 Sep 2005 Best Lyrics in Electronic, week of 15 Aug 2005 Best Melody in Electronic, week of 15Aug2005 Best Mood in Electronic, week of 15 Aug 2005 Best Mood in Electronic, week of 22 Aug 2005 Best Mood in Electronic, week of 12 Sep 2005 Best Mood in Electronic, week of 19 Sep 2005 Chill-Out Track in Electronic, week of 12 Sep 2005

An excellent piece of work. The Jazz/blues groove throughout was beautiful and haunting, its the type of song that goes straight to the gut and holds on. Your lead vocalist has a beautiful voice, perfectly suited for this type of music. I would have like to hear just a little more clarity in the lyrics, but only if the song was intended to be used as a main lead tune on an album. As a background song on a film it suits well for staying in the background and not interrupting dialog. Maybe a little more modulation towards the end, i.e. take her up an octave for the last minute of the song where there really aren't any lyrics, accentuate the mellow depression and give it a frantic feel. (just a possibility, and opinion only) The keyboards were perfect. I loved the haunt that they added to the back end, the slow flanger (I think thats the name) worked well. If there was anything missing at all, it might be a small organ or grand piano solo in that last minute, maybe take the main melody and twin with the vocals, bring it down at the end with some nice Jazz minor chords. (again, opinion only) Overall production was beautifull, classy, and just...choice. again the only thing I didn't like was the last minute and a half of groove. Take the last minute and rip it up, have some fun with it, you've got the skills for it. Run with it. Review by Micras

The song "KAMIKAZE" was awarded with the following awards :

Best Keyboards in Electronica, week of 10Oct2005 Best Keyboards in Electronica, week of 17Oct2005 Best Programming in Electronica, week of 10Oct2005 Best Programming in Electronica, week of 17Oct2005 Best Programming in Electronica, week of 24Oct2005 Best Programming in Electronica, week of 31Oct2005 Best Production in Electronica, week of 10Oct2005 Best Production in Electronica, week of 17Oct2005 Best Production in Electronica, week of 24Oct2005 Best Beat in Electronica, week of 17 Oct 2005 Most Original in Electronica, week of 7 Nov 2005

Hey this is a cool experiemental work. I enjoyed this. This has a sci. fi. sound quality. Love that. The half of the track had wild and unusual experiemental sound effects. Then the rest of the track switched to great techno danceable sound effects with great drum beat, tempo, and all. I can dance into this. It is indeed interesting that you started out with odd experiemental sounds that are not made to dance into then switched into the sounds that turned out techno for dancing. The keyboards sound fantastic. I can tell you know what keys to use and how to put them all together. Very poppy and bouncy. This work reminds me of a disbanded techno British band Shamen. Great work. Keep it up!

That sound in the beginning is very cool. You know, the one that's under that crazy voice clip....I'm already impressed with the production and the chord choice. Enter the drumkit: HELL YEAH. Gotta tell ya, though, I'm not really a huge fan of the female vocs at that part. Hope that beat comes back. I really like the diversity of this piece. You get presented with the song and see "7:11" for length and you're like "awwww. another long one." This is by no means boring. That voice clip that brought in the song is cool for the beginning, but I think it's a little over used in the piece. (a little.) I wish I had the equipment to do this.... WOW this really gets fun toward the end. Didn't expect to go the trance way here, but it's well done. I sure would have liked to hear more of that live kit drumtrack, though. Well, it's over and I'm glad I heard it. It's well produced (even those vocs I didn't really like) and the overall music is diverse and well developed. Well done all around. Thanks Reviewed by Dj Wild Poet

The song "TURNING ON YOUR MIND" won the following International awards:

Best Programming in Electronic, week of 12Dec2005 Best Melody in Electronic, week of 21Mar2005 Best Beat in Electronic, week of 19Dec2005 Best Beat in Electronic, week of 9Jan2006

Intense, dancy, cinema graphic! Explosive, dynamic, crunchy, electro master! The Labrador is monstrous, it’s uncanny, and it’s insane. We open this mighty, weaving beast with what sounds like the devil himself greeting us; be told in the mighty vice. He mumbles to us all as if he wants to take us in for dinner. The ever unfolding electronic beat is equally impressive. These wicked samples of voices in the backdrop works with splendor! I just love the part where someone hollers out “shake that ass! Ooh ya baby! And all the while as the preceding is a more dangerous, explosive electronic addition to this monstrous madness. Fanatical in height, stellar in its seducing core, electro work in the lore! Then to make matters even more kick ass the devil re-enters the glory, with a unrelenting, ever, forever powerful trance; he says something; oh I don’t know what he is saying, but it is oh so sweet, it’s wicked. We then pick the pace right back up, in army flight! As for the overall mix it just kicks major ass. It does make me reminiscent the mortal combat music, but this stuff is oh so much sweeter; it’s stellar by the boulder. Boy it is wacky, it’s crazy. It is so energetic it makes me think that I am the great one, who is destined for greatness, but yet all along my path hideous monsters await to challenge me. And sometimes they want to run forth towards me and chew my brains to bits. And so these monsters certainly seem ready to consume me with all the delight of mankind! What a beautiful world we live in hey, yet we chew it up every day! Towards the end the tune gets a little jazzy, not an ending I would have expected, very surprising, experimental! I like surprises and surprises are good! A mesmerizing, uncanny adventure, oh and don’t forget to flush those 7 gallons of water down the toilet. He he he! Great composition man, men, who ever you are, and keep up with this grand slender idea! As for clear cut answers, the keys, seduce me, the arrangement brings forth hunger to my eyes, and this rapturous mix unravels my brain into a pool of steamy spaghetti sauce! The beefy eatery, in the wine; I simply love this music, so much so that if it was in my bowl, I would devour it whole,. Shall we dance, dance in the corridors of hell! Reviewed by PHDARK

CONCERTS

(1981-1982)

* International Original Concert Buddokan Tokyo Japan. * Palacio del Artista Madrid Spain. * Teatro Manuel de Falla Granada Spain. * Cuevas de Málaga Málaga España. * Aula Magna Universidad Central de Venezuela Caracas Venezuela. * Lasertronik Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos * Rómulo Gallegos Caracas Venezuela. * Marquee Club London United Kingdom. * Primer Festival de musica Electronica CELARG Caracas Venezuela. * Alianza Francesa Caracas Venezuela. * Electric Circus New York U.S.A. * Fillmore East San Francisco U.S.A.

(1983-1991) * Teatro Manuel de Falla Granada Spain. * Carmen Blanco Sacro monte Granada Spain. * Jardines del Generalife La Alambra Granada Spain. * Festival de Musica Electronica San Sebastian Spain. * Chapelle de la Sarpetriere Paris France. * Blow Up Munich Alemania. * Odeon Theater Londres United Kingdom. * Ateneo Alejandro Caturla La Habana Cuba. * Teatro Nacional Buenos Aires Argentina. * BAROCK Buenos Aires Argentina. * Segundo y Tercer Festival de musica Electronica CELARG Caracas Venezuela. * Rainbow Theater Londres UK. * Museo Pompidou Paris Francia. * Festival de los Insurgentes Galeria Arte Nacional Caracas Venezuela. * Festival del Sol Ruinas Aztecas Iztlan Guatemala. * Festival de la nueva musica Valle Gizeh El Cairo EGYPT. * Arenas de Verona Verona Italy. * Anfiteatro Acropolis Atenas Greece. * Il Palazzo della Musica Milan Italy. * Planetarium Madrid Espaa. * International Original Concert Buddokan Tokyo Japan. * Festival de Invierno Kamakura Japan. * Black & Blue Festival Palladium Londres UK. * Festival Topkape Estambul Turkey. * Festival De Kampuchea Kampuchea India. * Festival Diwahli Varanasi India.

(1992-2004)

* Lasertronik Venezolana de Televisión Caracas Venezuela. * Susurros Abisales Venezolana de Television Caracas Venezuela. * Alianza Francesa Caracas Venezuela. * Roof Art Urb. Caribe Caraballeda Vargas Venezuela. * Teatro Cagigal Barcelona Venezuela. * Teatro de la Opera Maracay Venezuela. * Festival Experiencia Roja Aeropuerto La Carlota Caracas Venezuela. * Virtual Unplugged MTV Latinoamerica Buenos Aires Argentina. * Discoteca El Piojo Maracay Venezuela. * Ateneo de Maracay Maracay Venezuela. * Concha Acustica de Bello Monte Caracas Venezuela. * Alianza Francesa Caracas Venezuela.

 

 

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