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dublab to Host Another Sad Dance Party

Whether its filling the airwaves with hours of fantastic tunes or reissuing compilations in digital format, we can always count on dublab to bring us great music in many different ways. That said, it's now time for another party with the crew featuring slow, somber jams and more long faces than a nightclub packed full of emo kids. Joining them will be L.A. Read more » 

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  • 01/11/2008

Daedelus and his Monome Hold Custom Mix CD Contest

Few artists can match Daedelus when it comes to creativity, and now our favorite L.A. beatmaker has cooked up a special project for fans to coincide with the release of his live album.

From a recent press release:

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  • 01/11/2008

Weak Generation

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  • 01/10/2008

Dabrye Collaborates with Flying Lotus, Kode 9 for New Single

As evidenced by the plethora of guests on his 2006 full-length Two/Three, Dabrye loves himself some collaborations. “Get Dirty,” a new single meant to tide fans over until a yet-to-be-announced full-length arrives, picks up where Two/Three left off, with an extensive list of guest appearances.

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  • 01/10/2008

Syntax Closes Shop

As reported at XLR8R.com a few weeks back, New York dance music distributor Syntax has gone out of business. The company’s last day is this Friday, January 11. Rumors have been circulating for weeks as the influential house, techno, and drum & bass distributor sold its warehoused stock at 50 percent off and ceased importing new vinyl from overseas.

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  • 01/09/2008

Pon Di Wire: Reggae Best Of’s, JBC Robbed, Beenie Sues, February Concerts

Several news sources are evaluating the year that was 2007. YardFlex, for instance, features a month-by-month shakedown of reggae news, including Beenie Man’s many ups and downs, a reggae concert protest by gay-rights advocates, Mavado being robbed in Toronto, and Jah Cure’s prison release. Meanwhile, the Observer ranks its top artists of 2007, with Busy Signal, Tarrus Riley, Mr. Read more » 

WHY? Sets Album Release Date, Final Tracklisting

Buzz on Alopecia, the forthcoming full-length from Yoni Wolf's WHY? project, has been circulating for a few months. Finally, Wolf and bandmates Josiah Wolf and Doug McDiarmid have stopped teasing and given us a release date, along with a final tracklisting.

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  • 01/09/2008

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