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Asphalt Jungle Electro Ave.

As Asphalt Jungle, New York partners Brian Tarquin and Chris Ingram follow nicely in a long line of electronic duo dynamics. The propulsive mood of Electro Ave.… Read more »

D. Diggler Sounds Fiction

In the poorly translated press release for Andreas Mügge's third D.Diggler album, the claim is made that "D.Diggler is redefining the rather too often heard terms 'minimal dub techhouse'-and gives it a new meaning." Whatever.… Read more »

Mike Shannon Slight of Hand

While most heads have been looking to Germany, England or America's West Coast for tech-house Holy Grails the last few years, Canada quietly bloomed into a superpower in its own right. Force Inc.… Read more »

Subthunk Just a Few Notes Before You Go

Say it a few times. "Subthunk." Roll it around a little; try stretching out one of the syllables. "Suuuuubthunk." Make it sound like a food, or make it more onomatopoeic, like an upended bowl of spaghetti hitting the floor.… Read more »

Cuica City to City

Brazilian music is by nature propulsive and alive; those who try to synthetically replicate the fervent rhythms often miss the point.… Read more »

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