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Video Premiere: How to Dress Well "Ready for the World"



XLR8R is many things, but it's not exactly known as a go-to destination for love jams. (As much as we like the stuff, we admit that there's nothing particularly sexy about post-dubstep-future-garage bass music.) Nevertheless, if we keep posting tunes from How to Dress Well, maybe our rep can become just a bit steamier. Read more » 

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  • 09/10/2010

Daedelus and The Gaslamp Killer to Tour North America with Samiyam, Teebs, and More

For the second familial outing of Daedelus' Magical Properties label, the SoCal-based beatsmith is taking along a large number of his local music-making peers. Read more » 

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  • 09/10/2010

Oneohtrix Point Never and Tigercity Team Up to Release Debut EP This November as Games

We've been following the work coming from the side project of Oneohtrix Point Never's Daniel Lopatin and Joel Ford of Tigercity, Games, for a good while now (you can find those tunes here and here), so we're pretty excited to hear about the Brooklyn production duo's debut EP finally surfacing this Read more » 

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  • 09/09/2010

Download Free DJ Tools Made Entirely on a Roland TR-909

Today is September 9—no big deal, right? Read more » 

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  • 09/09/2010

Read the New Issue of XLR8R for Free Right Now!

Download the new issue of XLR8R for free right now, featuring indie rock's most talked-about band of the last couple years, Salem, who start off this issue we're dubbing The Chi-Light Saga. Read more » 

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  • 09/09/2010

Massive Attack to Release New Music to Benefit War Child Charity

After seven years of remaining relatively off the radar, veteran trip-hop group Massive Attack dropped its fifth full-length studio album, Heligoland, earlier this year. Now back in the swing of things, producers Robert Del Naja and Grant Marshall have their follow-up already scheduled for release this November. Read more » 

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  • 09/09/2010

Stream the New Superisk Single on Punch Drunk

The folks at Bristol imprint Punch Drunk may not be a wordy bunch—the press release for Superisk's Find Your Way EP barely cracks a few lines—but the Peverelist-fronted label can always be counted upon to deliver some high quality bass music. The Find Your Way EP drops next week, and includes the wonky original along with a remix from fellow Bristolian Mensah, but you can check it out now, along with the vinyl artwork, after the jump. Read more » 

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  • 09/09/2010

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