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Output Recordings Closes Its Doors

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Today Trevor Jackson, boss of Output Recordings, announced that the label has closed its doors, effective immediately. Jackson states the closure is due to "circumstances beyond his control." Output was home to artists like Mu, Colder, Black Strobe, and Circle Square. This is the label's tenth year operating, and they were close to celebrating their 100th release. What Mr. Read more » 

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  • 09/06/2006

More extras from our Dntel feature!

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In Issue 100 we talked with Dntel, aka Jimmy Tamborello of the Postal Service, about his latest musical ventures, monkeys, and more.

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  • 09/06/2006

Watch Banksy Punk Paris Hilton

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Yes, the whole Paris Hilton punked by Banksy has already made international headlines and in only a day has become slightly old hat, but we couldn't resist throwing this up on the site today. Here's a blow by blow video account of how the notorious street artist/professional prankster did a little embellishing of Paris Hilton's new album.

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  • 09/06/2006

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  • 09/05/2006

Merck Records Closing Its Doors

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The label home to releases by Mr. Projectile, Machine Drum, Lackluster, and many other fine electronic musicians, announced that as of release #100, due out later this fall, it will close its doors for good. No concrete reason was given. It only states on the label's website the old refrain of "it's time to move on."
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  • 09/05/2006

MySpace To Sell Music

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Already known as a potential hot spot for unsigned bands to get their music out to the masses, the social networking giant MySpace just recently announced their intentions of highlighting this aspect of the site even more. Unsigned bands and artists will now be allowed to sell their tracks on the site as downloads, in an effort to create an alternative iTunes, something wanted by many music fans.
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  • 09/05/2006

Out Takes: The Presets

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When you were young, what music videos inspired you and what band did you always wish you were in?
I was inspired by every Michael Jackson video that came out in the ’80s. Are you allowed to be in Geto Boys or Public Enemy or N.W.A.? I would have liked that, but somehow I don’t think it would have worked with a white kid from Australia.

What year in the past decade has influenced you the most? Read more » 

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  • 09/05/2006

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