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Uproot Andy Tours Europe, Plus Download an Exclusive Mix

Brooklyn's Uproot Andy brings his post-geographic electronics to Europe starting tonight, and with dates alongside ZZK, Bomba Estereo, Schlachthofbronx, and others, his eclectic sounds are certain to reach even more ears. In anticipation, he's also created the Brousse Criminal Mixtape in conjunction with tour mates Douster, Jay Weed, and Tête de Tigre, which you can download here. Check out the tour dates after the jump! Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Video: Juan MacLean "Feel So Good"



We can't decide if the guy busting a move in this video is a total dweeb, totally awesome, or maybe a little bit of column A and a little bit of column B. Regardless of the answer, there is always room in our hearts for upbeat piano house, so The Juan MacLean's "Feel So Good," a new track made especially for his new DJ-KiCKS compilation, definitely hits the spot. Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Decibel 2010 Features Ikonika, Luke Hess, Fennesz, Detroit Legends

While we already know that Detroit legends Kevin Saunderson, Theo Parrish (pictured), and Carl Craig are making appearances at this year's Decibel festival in Seattle, we've been wondering which other acts will augment the early autumn celebration of electronic music and arts, and with today's announcement of a preliminary line-up, it is certain that this year's fest will be its best edition yet. Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Rekids Celebrates Four Years With Panorama Bar Celebration

In only four years, the Rekids imprint has quickly become one of the most respected in the DJ world, releasing only the most impeccable productions from Radio Slave (a.k.a. label founder Matt Edwards), Toby Tobias, Luke Solomon, Runaway, and even hard techno king Chris Liebing. In celebration of the label's four years on top, Berlin's Panorama Bar will be hosting a party tomorrow night featuring Rekids artists Toby Tobias, Spencer Parker, Radio Slave, and Rob Mello. Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Visa Problems Force Ricardo Villalobos to Cancel Movement Performances

Tomorrow marks the beginning of Detroit's annual Movement festival, but it was announced today that attendees will be without the DJ stylings of minimal techno don Ricardo Villalobos, who Resident Advisor reports had problems obtaining his US work visa. Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Fabric London: Business as Usual

Earlier in the week, Ben Watt's Twitter feed announced that the staff at London clubs Fabric and Matter (of the same ownership) had been made redundant, crediting only a "reliable source." Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

Mona Wins XLR8R's 'Drop the Lime Drops By' Contest



Over six months ago, XLR8R teamed up with Bacardi's B-Live program to bring you the "Drop the Lime Drops By" contest in celebration of his single for the alcohol brand-cum-music label, "Devil's Eyes." The idea: write in and tell Drop the Lime why you know the perfect place for him to perform, and the winner will be handpicked by Luca Venezia himself. Read more » 

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  • 05/28/2010

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