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Daily Download: Randolph "Lonely Edan"

Detroit-based Paul Randolph boasts quite the musical resume, which includes a stint in Sao Paulo, collaborations with Underground Resistance, Carl Craig, and John Arnold, and tracks encompassing every genre on the planet. Definitely an artist to know, for fans of all things Detroit. 

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  • 08/10/2007

Luke Vibert Returns

It seems like ages since Luke Vibert dropped Kerrier District 2 on Rephlex, and the techno veteran is back, this time with a release for the Planet Mu imprint. For Chicago, Detroit, Redruth, Luke’s trademark acid-style production remains, but the album also sees intricate piano melodies, church organs, and shades of (dare I say it) free jazz and even lounge-oriented disco. As usual, Vibert has tossed the masses another diverse piece of electronic mastery.

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  • 08/09/2007

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New World of Warcraft Expansion Announced 

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The Week In Tours, August 9

Brooklyn-based outfit Grizzly Bear continues to carry the post-indie rock torch from city to city across the US, while Ninja Tune’s longstanding future-jazz producer Bonobo makes a few stops in select North American epicenters. Next, the cheerleading soulsiders of The Go! Team take to the road, and the definitive robot-rock duo Justice please a nation of followers with its long-awaited live performance.


Grizzly Bear


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  • 08/09/2007

Beenie Mashed By Phone Drama

 

In 2006 Jamaican singer/deejay Kiprich topped the charts with his darkly humorous song “Telephone Ting,” in which a man’s wife calls back the female phone numbers stored in his cell. Kiprich laments, “Telephone ting mash up me life, it mek me girl run gone fi knife…”

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  • 08/09/2007

Saturn

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  • 08/09/2007

Daily Download: A Plus "The One"

A founding member of the Souls of Mischief and Hieroglyphics, Adam Carter (a.k.a. A Plus) finally stepped into the realm of solo releases this summer, with My Last Good Deed. The album sees Carter embracing the chance to explore lyrical subjects closer to his own life experience, and accepting the challenge of portraying those people and events in a positive, mature light.

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  • 08/09/2007

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