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He might not be lying on a bearskin rug, but there are undoubtedly elements of sexy about music's self-proclaimed sex guru, Sebastien Tellier, in this video. The sandy beaches, sensual lips, and white piano here may or may not be tongue-in-cheek.

"Roche" is off Sebastien Tellier's album Sexuality, out now. Read more » 

  • Filed under: video
  • 03/03/2009

New Releases: DJ Hell, Tim Hecker

Horace Andy & Ashley Beedle
Inspiration Information
Release Date: Out Now


  • Filed under: news
  • 03/03/2009


Some outtakes from our March fashion shoot, photographed by Tom Winchester.


Photographer: Tom Winchester; Art direction: Vivian Host; Stylist: Stephanie Jurist; Makeup: Dana James; Hair: Marcel Dagenais; Set Design: Clay Rodery; Digital Tech: Annie Powers; Retouching: Joseph Winchester; Lighting Tech: Jon Carroll; Photo Assistant: Ayala Gazit; Set Assistant: Analisa Teachworth; Production Assistant: Ken Karasawa


In Living Color

From mystical to practical, a selection of wild things for spring.

Suck UK Villain chair
£4500, suck.uk.com

Adidas Originals Honey Mid Grun shoe
$75, adidasoriginals.com


XLR8R's Top 20 MP3s of February

After rounding up the data, we’ve come to the conclusion that February was a nice month for melodic techno and electro-style remixes, not to mention a good preview of several releases—from the likes of Gui Boratto, The Whip, and Buraka Som Sistema, among others—just about ready to see the record store shelves.

As always, keep up to date with XLR8R's daily mp3s by subscribing to our MP3 RSS Feed, or bookmark our MP3 page.

And without further ado, February's most popular 20 MP3s on XLR8R.com:


  • Filed under: news
  • 03/02/2009

Daedelus Preps First Release for New Label

Albums sales keep dropping and everyone knows it's hard to make a living off releasing music, but if you're a glass half full kind of person, a new project from Daedelus and friends might brighten the morning.


  • Filed under: news
  • 03/02/2009

Mule Musiq Talks New Compilation

Since its inception, Mule Musiq has released work from an international sampling of artists, from London-based producers Mock & Toof to U.S.-born Terre Thaemlitz and even Norway’s disco king, Prins Thomas. But half a decade later, the Tokyo, Japan-based label is examining what’s within the borders of its own homeland for its latest project.


  • Filed under: news
  • 02/27/2009

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