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Girl Talk is Going on a Gigantic Tour

When it comes to music, Girl Talk will settle for nothing less than spectacular. His recent album, Feed the Animals, used 300 samples in 50 minutes, was released under an extensive pay-what-you-want plan, and now the inimitable man born Greg Gillis is packing his bags for a rather epic tour.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 07/02/2008

Pon Di Wire: Buju Banton, Aba Shati-I

International Reggae Day was Tuesday July 1, but continues online as a “virtual festival.” Visit the site to check out past and present IRD events, pictures, and artist profiles. Hear audio and see video on IRD’s MySpace page. Several veteran reggae artists praised IRD for recognizing the genre's impact and contributions to Jamaican culture.

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Projections

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  • Filed under: video
  • 07/02/2008

Rat is Dead

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  • 07/02/2008

edIT Drops New Single

The inconvenience of having his laptop stolen then recovered hasn't appeared to delay edIT's musical output. The L.A.-based producer and Glitch Mobber has just dropped another single, a sequel to Dabrye's "Game Over" track that's simply titled "The Game Is Not Over."

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  • 07/02/2008

Tittsworth Ready For 12 Steps

If you've been on a dance floor in the past year, you've probably heard something from the hands of Baltimore party-rocker Tittsworth. His remixes and edits for the likes of Justice, M.O.P., PM Dawn, and AC/DC have been pumping up the blogs and clubgoers with some serious energy. Not content to play second-fiddle forever, though, the young and talented Jesse Tittsworth (he claims that to be his real name) is getting ready for the spotlight. Read more » 

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  • 07/01/2008

DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Push Hard Sell

Prior to this golden age of Serato and Ableton-fueled mixes, DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist built legendary careers cutting up dusty, towering stacks of vinyl. Rather than jump on the auto-beat-matched bandwagon, though, their latest collaborative project has taken a decidedly anachronistic turn. Using only original 45s, eight turntables, and a couple of guitar pedals, The Hard Sell project mixes music across genres and generations to create the distinct sort of compositions that we expect from these wax gurus. Read more » 

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  • 07/01/2008

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