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Download the FaltyDL Remix of Mount Kimbie

Next week, Scuba's Hotflush label will release the first of two remix EPs from up-and-coming UK duo Mount Kimbie. The original versions of tracks like "Sketch on Glass" and "Maybes" have stayed in heavy rotation for us since their 2009 release, so we're excited to see what producers like James Blake and Instra:mental have come up with when allowed to experiment with Mount Kimbie's original source material. Read more » 

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  • 04/09/2010

Fridays Are Old, It's Time for Sexy Saturday



Massive party alert, you guys! It looks like South Boston's Fridays are about to get a whole lot more Saturday-ier. Read more » 

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  • 04/08/2010

Punch Drunk to Release First Guido Full-Length

One of the holy trinity of new wonky dubstep producers, Bristol's Guido is the first among the crew (which also includes Joker and Gemmy) who will see a full-length record released. Called Anidea, the album follows two trailblazing 12-inches—"Orchestral Lab" and "Beautiful Complication." With album snippets up on SoundCloud right now, fans can whet their appetites for what many are calling the most exciting release of 2010.

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  • 04/08/2010

Detroit Techno Pioneers to Headline Decibel Festival in September



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  • 04/08/2010

Luciano to Release New Double-EP on Cadenza

With his last globetrotting LP behind him, Chilean-Swiss producer Luciano fulfills the promise from our In the Studio feature of generating several new tracks which contain almost no kick drums. Read more » 

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  • 04/08/2010

Diskjokke's Second Album to Arrive June 22 on Smalltown Supersound

Three years after the release of Norwegian producer Joachim Dyrdahl's debut album, Staying In, comes his second full-length record as the futuristic prog-disco peddling Diskjokke. Read more » 

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  • 04/07/2010

The Books Sign to Temporary Residence, Announce New Album

Call it sound collage, call it electronic indie, or call it totally unclassifiable, but the songs created by The Books stand in a special realm of true ingenuity and innovation. It's been five years since the NY-based duo released its third album, Lost and Safe, but news of the goings-on with the band has finally surfaced. Read more » 

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  • 04/07/2010

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