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  • 08/22/2006

XLR8R's 100th Issue Hits Newsstands Today

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The issue explores the latest projects from some of music’s most groundbreaking and innovative individuals, such as Jimmy Tamborello (The Postal Service/Dntel/James Figurine), Girl Talk, the Dubstep scene and DC Recordings. Read more » 

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  • 08/22/2006

Soft Serve Tour Hits The West Coast

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Rock Star Games' Soft Serve Tour just completed an East Coast leg and are now ready to take over the west with an array of painting, music, video, screen printing, drawing, wheat pasting, clothing, photography and much more. The show includes art installations by Buff Monster, Blake E. Marquis/Came Crashing, Alvaro Ilizarbe/Freegums, Rony's Photobooth, and more. Musical guests include artists from Dim Mak and Hydrahead Records.
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  • 08/22/2006

Beenie Man To Release Undisputed

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  • 08/22/2006

John Peel's Son To Host Radio Show

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Following in his legendary late father's footsteps, Tom Ravenscroft will host his own radio show each week on Channel 4 Radio in Britain, beginning this Thursday. Ravenscroft will select from more than 12,000 unsigned acts for his sets, which aim to give exposure to the many unknown artists floating around in the world today.
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  • 08/21/2006

Urge Presents The Digital Decks DJ Mix Series

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Last week Urge, MTV's digital music service that serves up everything from electronic to alt-country, unveiled the Digital Decks DJ mix series, a new program that allows users to stream full DJ mixes from artists for free. Chosen artists will come from all genres, and, this being MTV, will likely be some of the biggest names in the business.
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  • 08/21/2006

The Warehouse Project

The folks at The Warehouse Project, a new party devoted to curating a music festival that won't be all outdoor fields and mud, seem to have gotten the event planning template right. Unlike most multi-artist, high production festivals, they've chosen to stage theirs indoors, at Manchester's famous Boddingtons Brewery. Another plus is that instead of the festival running a single weekend, it runs for twelve, ending with a final bash on New Year's Eve and guaranteeing that on any given weekend there will be something to do. Read more » 

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  • 08/18/2006

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