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  • 11/10/2006

New Videos On xlr8r.com

Tidal waves of light, giant eyeballs, pixelated fights and people in strange masks. We've got it all at the xlr8r.com Video Section. New this week:

Loka "Beginningless" (Ninja Tune)

Kinder Atom "Sangria" (nice + smooth)

Stretch Lenin "Freuds Bus Stop" (Bathysphere)

 

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  • 11/10/2006

The Week In Music, November 10

When we're not making the mag we're out scouring the headlines, to keep you up to speed on the latest festivals, releases, tours, events, reports of mischief, and various strange occurrences. New releases and mid-term election madness aside, things have been fairly exciting this week, though not necessarily  in a good way.  

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  • 11/10/2006

Girl Talk: Still On Tour

Greg Gillis, the highly sought after cut-and-paste artist, has been turning heads with his digitally reworked versions of mainstream music for the last five years. Since the release of his latest album Night Ripper, Gillis has been in demand by what seems like every promoter around the country, and has recently started gaining an international reputation as well.

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  • 11/10/2006

Charts: The Month In Future Jazz

Bay Area music expert and former XLR8R editor Tomas is back with another top ten this week. For all you future jazz, soul, and global heads out there, here's what you need in heavy rotation over the weekend.

1. Fat Freddy’s Drop "Cay’s Cray (Digital Mystikz Remix)" (Kartel)
2. Owusu & Hannibal "Life With…" (Ubiquity)
3. Democusitco "Grito (Seiji Remix)" (Far Out)



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  • 11/09/2006

Geoff White Releases Nevertheless

Also known to his fans as Aeroc, Ohio-native Geoff White releases his fourth longplayer later this month. The techno producer's work has numerous artistic homes, including Force Inc., Proptronix, and Ghostly International, and now he moves on to Germany-based Background Records for this release.

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  • 11/09/2006

On Sale Now: Art Army Action Figures

Michael Leavitt, the self-proclaimed "one-man company of fine craft, sculpture, toys, portraits, landscapes, performance, education, architecture, and animation," has really outdone himself this time, with his one-of-a-kind Art Army action figures.

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  • 11/09/2006

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