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Memory Tapes Preps for US/European Tours

New Jersey's Memory Tapes (a.k.a. Dayve Hawk or Dad to his kid) is setting aside the large amounts of remix work he's been doing to tour on behalf of his debut album from last year, Seek Magic. Read more » 

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  • 01/20/2010

Mad Decent Announces Major Lazer Tour, L-Vis 1990 Remix EP

The folks over at Philly's Mad Decent label just love hooking up their fans. Only a week ago did they give out an entire Gucci Mane mixtape, and now they're handing out even more free tunes. Read more » 

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  • 01/20/2010

Plastikman, Fever Ray, The xx to Play Coachella

Chances are we don't need to tell you about the upcoming Coachella festival, but, heck, we're going to anyway. The massive music and arts gathering (but really, who goes for the art?) just announced its equally massive line-up today, and boy if there aren't some great names on it. Read more » 

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  • 01/19/2010

Ableton Bridges Gaps With Serato, Plus a New Akai Controller

At the NAMM 2010 Conference in Anaheim, CA, Ableton has made two announcements that are bound to shape the way electronic music is produced and performed for the foreseeable future. The first announcement is perhaps the most exciting, as it involves what is being called The Bridge, a program that promises to span the gap between music production and DJing, creating a natural link between Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live/ITCH. More details after the jump! Read more » 

Lali Puna to Release First Album in Five Years

Five years after their release of Faking the Books, the German quartet Lali Puna, which features Markus Acher of The Notwist, has readied their fourth album, Our Inventions. Read more » 

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  • 01/15/2010

Autechre Announces New Album for Warp

The wonderfully confounding music of UK-based veteran production duo Sean Booth and Rob Brown, known best as Autechre, will soon be taking another leap in, well, some strange direction, to be sure. Read more » 

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  • 01/14/2010

The Numero Group to Release Al Jarnow Documentary

Chicago's Numero Group is delving into the world of film for the first time with Celestial Navigations, a collection of films and articles documenting and celebrating the work of filmmaker Al Jarnow. Perhaps best known for his work doing short animations for public television shows such as Sesame Street and 3-2-1 Contact! from the late 1960s onward, Jarnow was also heavily involved in the experimental film world of New York City, working alongside Harry Smith and Stan Brakhage on numerous works. Read more » 

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  • 01/14/2010

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