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edIT Offering Reward for Stolen Laptop

A producer's laptop being stolen is essentially the equivalent to a band losing every single one of its instruments, and unfortunately, such a thing occurred last night in Denver to edIT. The L.A.-based producer played a show with his Glitch Mob crew, after which someone snagged the computer and disappeared.

From edIT:

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  • 05/16/2008

Di Plane Land

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  • 05/15/2008

Deerhunter Announces Tour Dates

Bradford Cox will take a break from his work with Atlas Sound to join his Deerhunter crew again for a set of tour dates, the bulk of which are supporting, uh, Nine Inch Nails. Past tours have included such antics as performing onstage smeared in fake blood and Cox donning a sundress, so expect nothing less than intensity and eccentricity at these shows.

Meanwhile, a yet-to-be titled follow-up to Cryptograms is slated for release later this year. The album is said to be in production right now.

Tour Dates
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  • 05/15/2008

Redbud Releases Symeonn Remixes

Brooklyn-based conscious reggae artist Rob Symeonn’s distinctly pitched voice is both fragile and deliberate, which allows his clean-living roots and culture lyrics to sound inspirational rather than bossy. Songs like “King Tafari,” “Good Over Evil,” and “Empress,” on the 2006 album Chosen One (Redbud), showcased his range and consistency, as did this year’s uniquely cognizant “Pork Eater” on dubmaster Tiklah’s full length for Easy Star. Read more » 

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  • 05/15/2008

Buzzin' Fly Turns Five, Releases Comp

With five solid years of releasing tunes under his belt, Ben Watt and his Buzzin' Fly imprint are taking some time to acknowledge half a decade's worth of musical accomplishments with Buzzin' Fly - 5 Golden Years in the Wilderness.

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  • 05/14/2008

Daedelus Preps New Album

Producer, inventor, and lover of conceptual music and Victorian attire, Daedelus has once again emerged from the studio with a playful, genre-defying album. Love To Make Music To, set for release on July 15, marks his first full collaboration with Ninja Tune, though he's had several albums and singles on the label in the past (not to mention ones on Mush, Alpha Pup, Plug Research, Hefty, and a bunch of other imprints).

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  • 05/14/2008

Ghosts

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  • 05/14/2008

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