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Stream the New Album from Maddslinky

Maddslinky (a.k.a. Zed Bias a.k.a. Dave Jones) is often hailed as a UK garage pioneer, but the truth is that the veteran producer has never really gone away. Operating under a number of aliases over the past decade—including Phuturistix, Henchmen, Daluq, Talissman, Ruffcut Bias, Nu Design, 7 Wonders, Dekata Project, and Strontium Dog—Jones has produced a steady stream of low-end-heavy productions, the most recent of which is Make a Change, a new full-length album that comes out on October 26 through the Tru Thoughts label. Read more » 

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  • 10/19/2010

Video: The Dirtbombs Redo "Sharevari"



As part of Scion A/V's music video series combining the talents of buzz-worthy musicians and filmmakers, Detroit garage-rock outfit The Dirtbombs is paired with Brooklyn-based animator/illustrator Steig Retlin (a.k.a. Plasticflesh) for this lively piece. Read more » 

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  • 10/19/2010

Simian Mobile Disco to Tour, Release Techno Double-CD 'Delicacies' in November

Back in January the Simian Mobile Disco boys alluded to a new, techno-oriented album in an interview with BBC's Radio 1. Nearly a year has passed since then and SMD has just announced a massive, two-disc album of all-new "unmixed and mixed techno" called Delicacies, which will be released November 30 on SMD's own imprint also titled Delicacies. Read more » 

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  • 10/19/2010

Listen to Warpaint's Debut Album a Week Before it's Released

Los Angeles' darlings of dreamy post-punk, the lovely Warpaint quartet (who helped make this Q&A with Ariel Pink the interesting read it is), are a week from releasing their debut album on Rough Trade, but thanks to the magic of the internet, you can listen to The Fool in its entirety now. Read more » 

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  • 10/19/2010

Watch the Pretty Amazing New Flying Lotus Video



Did you guys ever play that weird Japanese videogame Katamari Damacy? It's this sort of puzzle/action game that takes place in a hyper-stylized, cartoonish version of Earth. You play as a tiny little alien prince that travels around the world, rolling up the blocky, pixelated mishmash that litters the many environs of our planet until it becomes this crazy, massive ball of tea cups, bikes, cows, cars, houses, stadiums, monuments, and whatever other inexplicable stuff. Anyway, that game is a lot of fun, and this new video for Flying Lotus' Pattern + Grid World cut "Kill Your Co-Workers" reminds us of the cutesy graphics and playful nonchalance of it, though with a hilariously sinister touch. Read more » 

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  • 10/18/2010

DJ Dom Readies Debut EP for PTN

Coming November 16 on Ramp Recordings' fresh new imprint Pattern (PTN) is the debut EP from nascent London house producer DJ Dom. Read more » 

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  • 10/18/2010

Watch Jay Haze's Video for "I Wait For You"



Minimal tech-house veteran Jay Haze (also the man behind Fuckpony, Sub Version, and The Architect) delivers another of the dark tracks he's come to be known for with "I Wait For You." Read more » 

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  • 10/18/2010

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