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New BioShock Content Soon?
Some industrious hacker types have (not surprisingly) gone to work on BioShock, and have uncovered some curious bits of text that may give the game some life, post-Halo 3.

The text unfortunately isn’t a clue to a crappy looking sex simulator à la Hot Coffee, but instead appears to be some new plasmids, the injected genetic modifiers which are the game’s main means of bad-assery.




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Do It Alright

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  • Filed under: video
  • 09/07/2007

Gear Alert: Cortex dMix-300 iPod Mixing Solution

Cortex’s newest piece of DJ technology, the dMix-300, carries a sophisticated punch, allowing any DJ to excel far beyond many digital DJ devices on the market. The device features an iPod-friendly dock (both Nano, and full-size models work), an LED displaying pitch, track title, and time, two jogging wheels for precision cueing and scratching, and USB connectivity for external hardware. Simply put, it’s the long-lost hub between the digital and analog divide.

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  • 09/07/2007

Animal Collective, Chromeo, Simian Mobile Disco, and More Play Pop Montreal

A grip of XLR8R-approved artist will descend on theaters, lofts, loading docks, and traditional venues around Montreal in October, for the sixth edition of Pop Montreal, the city's annual music, film, and arts festival.

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  • 09/07/2007

Techno and Dubstep's Best Artists Remix Pole

Germany-based minimal dub electronic artist Stefan Betke, who records as Pole, will release a remix collection in November featuring new versions of tracks from his March '07 album Steingarten (~scape). Four limited-edition colored-vinyl 12" singles, featuring some of the world's most unique techno, electronic, and dubstep producers, will precede the CD version of Pole: Steingarten Remixes.

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  • 09/06/2007

The City

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  • 09/05/2007

Richie Hawtin and Minus Go Green

Waxing poetic about the impending environmental crisis is common enough in Hollywood and the political arena, but electronic music is rarely found in the same sentence as phrases like "global warming," "green lifestyle," and "carbon neutral."

Enter techno icon and head of Minus and Plus 8 Records, Richie Hawtin. A quick peek at the label's site reveals the following message from the DJ and producer:

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  • Filed under: news
  • 09/05/2007

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