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  • 02/13/2007

Ghislain Poirier's African Hip-Hop Mix

Montreal's Ghislain Poirier earned the title "king of bounce" from his numerous bass-heavy remixes for everyone from Lady Sovereign to The Editors, and this, along with his uncanny ability to deconstruct hip-hop, has put him on the map as a diverse and able producer to watch.

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  • 02/13/2007

Still Doin' It

Chicago dance label Still Music, founded by Groove Distribution employee and club DJ Jerome Derradji, has announced a new division called Past Due, which will explore the roots of underground dance music. The imprint will feature singles and remixes that cover the gambit of early house, deep boogie, underground disco, modern soul, jazzy funk, dancefloor R & B, and even psychedelic rock.

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  • 02/13/2007

Optimo Releases New Mix

After fusing every possible track with manic dance beats on How to Kill the DJ Vol. 2 and tripping us out with their Psyche Out mix, the Glasgow duo Optimo sends us wandering through far darker territory with a limited Japanese release titled Walkabout.

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  • 02/13/2007

Dntel Releases a New Album, Finally

Headphone-loving romantics, pay attention. After a six-year absence, Jimmy Tamborello’s alter-ego Dntel is back, this time with Dumb Luck, his debut album for Sub Pop.

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  • 02/12/2007

The XLR8R Office Top Ten Album Picks, Feb 12

Radical Face Ghost Morr
Who would have guessed Morr could put out another legit electro-pop release? Well, us. Radical Face is a one-man operation known to friends as 24-year-old Ben Cooper, a multi-instrumentalist with a love for piano-driven songwriting. Ghost will haunt you in all the right ways.


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  • 02/12/2007

Grails Debuts on Temporary Residence

Burning Off Impurities, the fourth full-length from Portland, Oregon's Grails, sounds a bit like the soundtrack to a grainy film set on desolate country roads where ominous forces lurk. Which is to say the four-piece band from Portland continues its exploration into the dark side of instrumental rock, this time adding chords akin to Tibetan chants and elements of psychedelia. It's not all gloom and doom though, and the careful listener is rewarded with hints of uplifting ambiance that surface in unexpected places on the tracks.

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  • 02/12/2007

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