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Video: Mark Templeton "Tentative Growth"

Ezekiel Honig's Anticipate imprint has just set a new standard for murky minimalism in the form of Mark Templeton. "Tentative Growth" visually showcases the Canadian sound artist's knack for improvisation and acoustic instrumentation as fuzzy textures and melodies hum to the beat of Templeton's vision. Go grab your metalhead brother– he might have a moment of ambient clarity.

See Mark Templeton's "Tentative Growth" now, at XLR8R's Video Section.



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  • 03/21/2007

Tentative Growth

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  • 03/21/2007

New At INCITE Online, March 20

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  • 03/20/2007

Sonar 2007 Lineup Announced

Barcelona’s Sonar Festival returns to the city for its fourteenth year, from Thursday, June 14 – Saturday, June 16. It’s a surprisingly diverse lineup this year, one boasting the most mainstream of artists alongside the up-and-coming acts who’ve only recently begun making headlines.

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  • 03/20/2007

XLR8R's WMC Gig Guide


XLR8R is once again headed to Winter Music Conference in Miami, FL, from Tuesday, March 21 until Saturday, March 25, 2007. Join us at the events below, and check back every Friday for full updates.

Tuesday, March 20





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  • 03/20/2007

Sedgwick and Cedar Join Rap Sessions Tour

As previously mentioned a few months back, XLR8R previewed the 2007 Rap Sessions Tour–a city-by-city panel discussion grappling with misogyny in the cultural realm of hip-hop.

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  • 03/20/2007

Tarrus Riley: Family Roots

Like father like son, or like mother like daughter–the adage is true in many family businesses, including Jamaica’s reggae trade. Ancestral offspring have continually renewed the practice of making reggae music for decades, with contributions from notable artistic clans such as The Marleys (Bob’s sons Ziggy, Stephen, and Damien), Denroy Morgan’s Morgan Heritage (http://www.morganheritagemusic.com/) ensemble, and Freddie McGregor’s music minded sons Stephen and Chino.

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  • 03/20/2007

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