Normally after a successful album and an extensive tour, artists go into hiding for a while. Soulwax, aka David and Stepehn Dewaele, prefer to keep making music and forget about any kind of break in their workflow. Their new album, titled Night Versions, is a collection of tracks pulled from the Any Minute Now release that took over dancefloors when it was released in 2004. Now, joining forces with partners Stefaan Van Leuven and Steve Slingeneyer, the brothers have reformatted tracks from that album to be even more dancefloor friendly. Read more »
Few would have guessed the mobile phone company's next move. After all, they are the wireless provider for Starbucks and used to feature Hollywood celebrities in their TV commercials. We definitely didn't see T-Mobile producing a DVD called Slices - Pioneers of Electronic Music, with Volume 1 featuring the life and work of techno god Richie Hawtin.
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Armistead Burwell Smith IV and Rob Crow joined forces in 1998, aiming to make a modest collection of tracks to be released in their native San Diego. They weren't anticipating the media frenzy that followed their appearance at the North By Northwest festival that year, the interest from labels like Absolutely Kosher and Touch & Go, and the wealth of music they'd eventually create together. Now, eight years after their initial union, the duo is ready to unleash a collection of B-sides and previously unreleased material to the masses. Read more »
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