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Video Premiere: Heartsrevolution

Electro-pop duo Heartsrevolution has returned with a new contribution, namely, a track on Kitsuné's upcoming Maison 7 compilation. Read more » 

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  • 05/19/2009

Daedelus and Ghislain Poirier Tour

One-time XLR8R cover star Daedelus is about to hit the road again, and if that wasn't good enough news, he's also taking Montreal's king of bounce, Ghislain Poirier, with him.

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  • 05/19/2009

Loading... May's Videogame Round-Up

Don’t know if you’ve heard, but times is mad tough! Furious-tough even! Unemployment is at a 26-year high. Spam is selling like gelatinous hotcakes made of mystery meat. Hell, even we’ve traded the cool, refreshing taste of Sapporo for a lesser, pissier dew from the Rockies. But in these hard times, will no one think of the videogames?! We will!

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  • 05/19/2009

Give It Up

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  • 05/19/2009

Eyedea & Abilities Announce New Album

Few words and almost no music has been heard from MC Eyedea and his production partner-in-crime Abilities since 2004, when E & A was released on Epitaph. Five years and a move to Rhymesayers later, the Minneapolis-based duo is ready to break its extended silence with a new album, By the Throat, out July 21.

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  • 05/18/2009

Stream a Trevor Jackson Live Set

Earlier this year, N.Y.-based DJ and promoter Eamon Harkin chatted with former Output Recordings boss Trevor Jackson, who played a set at Studio B's Prime Time Party that same night.

Harkin currently has the set from that party streaming at his blog, a it's a melting-pot style batch of tunes from the likes of Moodyman, Runaway, Throbbing Gristle, and Yazoo, among others. Download it here. Read more » 

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  • 05/18/2009

Danger Mouse Unveils Album… on a CD-R

Danger Mouse may have taken some grief from EMI for 2004's The Grey Album, but if anyone knows how to bounce back from a legal kerfuffle and find alternative means of distribution, it's him.

So then, after another recent dispute with EMI, the man born Brian Burton has found a slightly more creative way to release Dark Night of the Soul, his second collaboration with Sparklehorse.

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  • 05/18/2009

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