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Carl Craig Releases Double-Disc Session

What magical powers keep a producer going strong for nearly two decades? Check Carl Craig's forthcoming, double-disc release on !K7 to find out. The Planet-E founder and Detroit techno legend is set to drop Carl Craig Sessions in March of this year, and the sheer volume of work on this sampler will prove why he has managed to stick around so long in the music game.

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  • 01/08/2008

Blitzen Trapper Announces Headlining Tour

Headlining a tour might be new to the experimental folkies in Blitzen Trapper, but at least the six-piece band from Portland knows how to do it right. Rather than play a few forgettable dates here and there over the last year, the band has saved all its energy for a massive North American tour that kicks off in late February and will continue through the spring. Read more » 

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  • 01/08/2008

Wild Mountain Nation

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  • 01/08/2008

Boogie Preps Limited-Edition Book, Paris Exhibitions

Simply known as Boogie to his fans, the Serbian-born photographer first garnered notice with stirring photographs of his war-torn homeland. One green card and a move to Brooklyn later, he now documents life on the fringe, from gangsters to junkies to some of New York's most notorious neighborhoods.

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  • 01/08/2008

The Politik Announces Remix Album and Artwork Competition

Now that making a remix version of one’s album is a commonplace, expected practice, more and more artists have turned to their fans and are holding remix competitions for those albums. Bémbé Ségué and Mark de Clive-Lowe, the force behind future-soul project The Politik, follow that trend this month, with a contest to rework not just the music on their 2007 self-titled album, but also its artwork.

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  • 01/08/2008

Top 10: Autechre, Luciano, Jimpster

Luciano
Jah is My Navigator
VP
Release Date: February 12

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Crystal Castles Announce Tour

They hate showing their faces to the public (as just about every photo of them will attest) and rarely give interviews, but Toronto duo Crystal Castles just can't stop gaining popularity with the masses. At least, that's the only plausible explanation as to why, on their forthcoming tour, Alice Glass and Ethan Fawn have scheduled stops that include everywhere from Brooklyn to DeKalb (a northern Illinois town known as the birthplace of barbed wire).

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  • 01/07/2008

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