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Sebastien Tellier Adds U.S. Tour Dates

Sebastien Tellier and his sexual sportswear will return to the U.S. for a few more shows, following an earlier round of dates the French multi-instrumentalist and master of lovemaking did earlier this summer. He'll stop off in major U.S. cities at the beginning of December, and tickets for these shows will likely go fast.

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  • 10/23/2008

Family of Others

Deerhoof's Offend Maggie's become so popular since its release it seems that even bacteria goes a little nuts on hearing one of the band's tracks, and directors Sara Magenheimer and Eben Portnoy, of Brooklyn-based experimental out fit Flying, managed to capture this under the microscope. Either that or they somehow got their hands on some footage from the local bio labs. Read more » 

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  • 10/23/2008

Top 10: Little Teeth, Matthew Africa, Zomes

Little Teeth
Child Bearing Man
Absolutely Kosher

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The Juan Maclean Remixes Matthew Dear

For the 10" release of his track "Pom Pom," the latest single off Asa Breed, Matthew Dear passed the poppy electro number over to DFA's Juan Maclean, who's given it a couple of remixes.

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  • 10/22/2008

Fennesz Announces New Album

It's been almost five years since Christian Fennesz unleashed a full-length, but in November, he'll break the silence with Black Sea. The new album will arrive in two formats. On November 25, he’ll release an LP version will arrive containing six new tracks that find him dabbling in his usual blend of electronic and acoustic instrumentation, while the CD copy of the album is slated for a December 9 release and will contain two additional tracks.

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  • 10/22/2008

Lucky 13: Roots Manuva, Kraak & Smaak

Each month our resident cycling fiend and S.F. DJ legend Toph One drops 13 bombs for your listening, watching, and wearing pleasure.

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  • 10/22/2008

Stream Silverclub's First Single

It took the members of Silverclub a few short months to progress from their first gig to being one of the U.K.'s most-watched up-and-coming acts. The release of their first single, "Crash This Car," won't hurt the Manchester/London-based trio's reputation either. Set to drop November 3 on Leftroom Records, the track's a dizzying trip through heavy synth territory. Think big noise for a big dancefloor.

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  • 10/22/2008

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