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Neckface Readies Violent Exhibition

The press release for Neckface's latest exhibition came with a warning that read, "due to the shocking and violent nature of this art show, absolutely no one under 17 will be admitted." We're not sure if New Image Art Gallery or was just taking advantage of our pre-coffee haze, but Cannibal Carnival, from the sounds of it, will to contain plenty of blood regardless. Read more » 

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  • 08/11/2008

Deerhoof Plots Giant Tour

Deerhoof is set to hit the road, for a tour that's rather titanic in its proportions. The trio will hit the road shortly before their latest album, Offend Maggie, drops on Kill Rock Stars October 6. Read more » 

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  • 08/08/2008

Sub Pop and Zune Team Up

Sub Pop is still going full force with its 20th anniversary celebrations, and for the latest nod to the last two decades, the Seattle-based label has joined forces with Zune Marketplace. Microsoft's online store has a boatload of material to hand out to fans for the occasion, including exclusive video podcasts, Guestlist picks by the Sub Pop staff, and tracks that span the label's entire catalog.

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  • 08/08/2008

Brian Roettinger Preps Solo Exhibition

When he's not busy chatting it up with XLR8R (see Issue 119 for a full interview), Brian Roettinger keeps busy working under his Hand Held Heart moniker, designing books and creating fonts for bands like No Age and Liars.

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  • 08/08/2008

Carl Craig Gets an Orchestra

Not to be outdone by the Glitch Mob's unique live band approach to computer music, Detroit techno legend and Planet E boss Carl Craig is stepping away from the laptop and heading not to a MIDI controller, but a full orchestra setup.

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  • 08/07/2008

Marc Houle Releases Album in Four Parts

From carbon emissions points to that strange cube we're constantly referencing, Minus is a label that's constantly tapped into technology and not afraid to experiment. For its latest project, Richie Hawtin's imprint turns its attention towards digital downloads.

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  • 08/07/2008

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GTA IV comes to PC
Rockstar officially announced that the latest in its epic crime-committing series, Grand Theft Auto IV, will be hitting the PC on November 18 in North America and November 21 in Europe.

Little in the way of details is known about new content, however, we are aware that Rockstar North is handling the port itself and there will be expanded multi-player options. We just don’t know what they are yet. Though we expect lots more hi-def Russian accents!

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