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Cut&Paste 2009 Tour Announced

Cut&Paste’s 2009 Digital Design Tournament goes above and beyond most art competitions. Rather than the standard submit-and-wait format favored by most contests, this one treats design like a spectator sport, with live, quick-paced, one-of-a-kind 15-minute design competition rounds (including 3D and motion) displayed on massive screens at each of numerous venues.

The tournament will begin another worldwide, 16-city tour in February, starting with Los Angeles on February 21 and wrapping up in Sydney on June 6.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 01/16/2009

High Places are Still on Tour

This latest list of dates marks no less than the seventh tour High Places will take in support of their self-titled debut album that arrived via Thrill Jockey last year.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 01/16/2009

Feed Me

Trevor Loveys and Shab Ruffcut took their forthcoming track "Feed Me" very literally when it came time to making the video. The cast of characters includes: a crying baby (presumably hungry), a goat (ditto), several Ronald McDonalds bearing trays of Big Macs, some old-school cartoon characters, and lots of food items flashing around in seizure-inducing colors. Strangely, none of it induced hunger cravings.

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  • Filed under: video
  • 01/16/2009

Gui Boratto Readies Second Album

File that cover in the "Most Disturbing Album Art of the Month" box, but at least the image below means Gui Boratto has finished his sophomore album and is ready to send it into the hands of the club masses.

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  • 01/16/2009

Omar-S Takes on Fabric Series

Omar-S—or Alex Omar Smith, if you prefer his given name—recently explained that the artists he releases through his FXHE imprint are all from Michigan, "because people from Detroit or Michigan need to be heard."

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  • Filed under: news
  • 01/15/2009

Top 10: Addled, K'NAAN, Ramadanman

Addled
Heartbreachno
Moodgadget
Release Date: February 17

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Jeremy Jay Announces Sophomore Album

One year after the release of his debut album, A Place Where We Could Go, Jeremy Jay is ready to unleash another batch of garage-tinged pop with Slow Dance.

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  • Filed under: news
  • 01/15/2009

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