Moved to Blogger

29 05 2010

Hi guys, we have moved to blogger, but don’t worry! I’ll go the same way!

The Quarkore in Blogspot!





T.R.M.F.T. (just guess)

19 05 2010

Hi There! I have just Woke up and… Started the party right into my room! Here’s your new track for your ears to pleasure.

The Quarkore – T.R.M.F.T.

Enjoy, don’t forget to comment!





Thunderbirds

11 05 2010

I started to fall. I started to be nervous, and I stoped producing.

But one night, A thunderbird came to me and told me something: He told me not to give up, to be strong, mature, to be what I want to be. And I started to produce:

The Quarkore – Thunderbird Told Me Not To Surrender

Enjoy!





Starting the YouTube Invasion!!!

24 03 2010

I want to thank Rufian86 for giving this support for The Quarkore Project.





Downloads Update

16 02 2010

Sorry guys, I’ve been busy a long time. Now I’ve updated the Downloads page, there are all the tracks. Thanks for waiting!





The Jump

13 02 2010

After a long time out of the scene (well, maybe I haven’t been on the scene yet…) I created a new track for your ears to burn itself: The Jump. I’ve been studying for February exams, so I had to stop producing, hard way to get success out of exams. This track os Pusher Big Beat, as you can hear. The lead is something strange, randomly created (that’s my way guys), to get some kind of psychedelic time go into the song. The bassline is so great (I worked on it for days) that I can see you dancing the time you listen.

So, hope you enjoy it, maybe one day some kind of label get’s me into… I just wanna get a live audience :D

Quarkore – The Jump is MP3 320 FREE!

Stay clear guys!





Manifesto on the rights of Internet users

2 12 2009

A group of journalists, bloggers, professionals and creators want to express their firm opposition to the inclusion in a Draft Law of some changes to Spanish laws restricting the freedoms of expression, information and access to culture on the Internet. They also declare that:

1 .- Copyright should not be placed above citizens’ fundamental rights to privacy, security, presumption of innocence, effective judicial protection and freedom of expression.

2 .- Suspension of fundamental rights is and must remain an exclusive competence of judges. This blueprint, contrary to the provisions of Article 20.5 of the Spanish Constitution, places in the hands of the executive the power to keep Spanish citizens from accessing certain websites.

3 .- The proposed laws would create legal uncertainty across Spanish IT companies, damaging one of the few areas of development and future of our economy, hindering the creation of startups, introducing barriers to competition and slowing down its international projection.

4 .- The proposed laws threaten creativity and hinder cultural development. The Internet and new technologies have democratized the creation and publication of all types of content, which no longer depends on an old small industry but on multiple and different sources.

5 .- Authors, like all workers, are entitled to live out of their creative ideas, business models and activities linked to their creations. Trying to hold an obsolete industry with legislative changes is neither fair nor realistic. If their business model was based on controlling copies of any creation and this is not possible any more on the Internet, they should look for a new business model.

6 .- We believe that cultural industries need modern, effective, credible and affordable alternatives to survive. They also need to adapt to new social practices.

7 .- The Internet should be free and not have any interference from groups that seek to perpetuate obsolete business models and stop the free flow of human knowledge.

8 .- We ask the Government to guarantee net neutrality in Spain, as it will act as a framework in which a sustainable economy may develop.

9 .- We propose a real reform of intellectual property rights in order to ensure a society of knowledge, promote the public domain and limit abuses from copyright organizations.

10 .- In a democracy, laws and their amendments should only be adopted after a timely public debate and consultation with all involved parties. Legislative changes affecting fundamental rights can only be made in a Constitutional law.








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