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Another remix of one of music's indisputable greats–this time, Afrodisiac Sound System assumed the challenge of taking on Bob Marley–and with success. Speaking of accomplishing things, our hats go off to producer Maps, for creating his entire album on a lowly 16-track recorder. Back in remix land, Frankie Feliciano one-upped Ananda Project's original "In the Sunrise," with a Balaeric version of his own, and Marcin Czubala put his classical training to good use on a beat-happy new track.

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  • 08/18/2007

The Week In Music, August 17


Dan Deacon is featured in a recent episode of The Daily Fix.



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  • 08/17/2007

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ARP Preps Debut

ARP is the one-man cosmic brainchild of artist, writer, and experimental producer Alexis Georgopoulos. Once a key contributor to post-punk percussion outfit Tussle, Georgopoulos has painted a supernatural pop collage with his Smalltown Supersound debut under his new moniker.

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  • 08/17/2007

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  • 08/17/2007

Domination's Hip-Hop Hopes

Heard that hot new hip-hop joint "Blaze & Destroy" on Domination? How about "Better Man" by Dutchmassive? Okay, so artists like Jazz Addixx, The Heart & The Brain, and Clan Destined aren’t exactly household names yet, but if D.J. Fisher and Mike Parker, co-founders of Orlando, Florida-based Domination Recordings have their way, you’ll be humming these artists’ tracks in the near future.

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  • 08/17/2007

Gear Alert: Electro-Harmonix HOG Guitar Synthesizer

With guitars prominent on dozens of releases these days, many studio techs are looking for ways to spruce up the old six-stringed instrument, and the Electro-Harmonix HOG guitar synthesizer is the ultimate step toward guitar enlightenment. This polyphonic pedal gives any player the ability to shift between 10 interval pitches, both live and in the studio. But unlike other similar hardware devices, this analog monster doesn’t require any outside pickups, and is entirely latency, glitch, and delay free.

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  • 08/17/2007

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