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DJ Hell and Bryan Ferry Team Up for "Dance"; Carl Craig, SMD, and DFA to Remix

German producer/DJ/label head DJ Hell has finished his work on a collaboration with Roxy Music's Bryan Ferry, a reinterpretation of an unreleased song by Ferry entitled "U Can Dance." Read more » 

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  • 11/24/2009

Ableton Releases Much-Anticipated Max for Live

From the music-production and live-performance software giant Ableton, in conjunction with the masterminds that brought you Max/MSP, Cycling '74, comes the long-awaited Max for Live, released today. Read more » 

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  • 11/24/2009

DJ Star Eyes Featured on New York on the Clock

DJ Star Eyes (a.k.a. former XLR8R editor Vivian Host) is featured in the newest installment of New York on the Clock, where she talks about her genesis as a DJ and member of NYC's Trouble and Bass crew. Check it!


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  • 11/23/2009

Javelin Tours and Invites Fans to Create Record Covers

As they did on their debut, Brooklyn's Javelin will once again be screenprinting over record sleeves acquired from thrift shops for their latest 12" on Thrill Jockey. (To check out some awesome examples of their past work, go here). But this time around, the guys are inviting fans to send in their own thrifted record covers, personalizing the record in a truly unorthodox way. Read more » 

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  • 11/23/2009

Bleep, Give Up Art, and Shaun Bloodworth Team for N/S/E/W Project

What started as a home-grown collaborative project to document the new electronic-music underground between Sheffield-based photographer Shaun Bloodworth and the Give Up Art design studio has grown into something larger with the assistance of Bleep.com. Read more » 

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  • 11/20/2009

New Joy Orbison Mix & Four Tet Remix Preview

UK dubstep/future garage phenom Joy Orbison recently dropped on new mix on the Ministry of Sound's Greenmoney radio show. Armed with new-ish tunes from several like-minded producers and a few of his own unreleased productions, Mr. Orbison offers a nice purview of UK bass music's more refined side. Read more » 

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  • 11/20/2009

Floating Points Remixes Sebastien Tellier

Our faithful friends at FACT have just posted a super-limited download of Sebastian Tellier's "L'Amour et La Violence (Floating Points Remix)," up for grabs for just one week. Snag it while you can.

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  • 11/20/2009

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