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Sunburst by the ‘Lisbon Kid’ Danny De Matos [Video]

Sunburst by Lisbon Kid, shining into winter. ...

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Jason Forrest – Donna Summer – Download

Official Free Download links for 4 LP's and 4 Eps from Jason Forrest / Donna Summer...

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New Festival to be Launched on the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man Festival in association with MTV, a brand new festival for 2013! ...

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Dubstep Allstars Vol. 10 – Plastician

Trying to unite the disparate tendencies into a compilation is already ambitious but trying to unite them into a continuous mix could seem like asking for trouble. Plastician produces some...

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Spinning the crowd: Adamski, 3 / 4 and Neo Waltz.

"indecent whirling-dance of the Germans and engaged in a familiarity that broke all the bounds of good breeding—then my silent misery turned into burning rage." ...

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Interview: Paul Hardcastle – 19 Below Zero

'I do use technology a lot, I always have done'. Paul Hardcastle talks to Trebuchet about 'Nineteen', sampling, dance music, technology and his new album 19 Below Zero...

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Music in the Age of No-Effort

‘97,751 albums released in a year’, Jeremy Schlosberg examines the implications of music market gluttony. I was talking to a music industry acquaintance on the phone not long ago and he...

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Bill Drummond Presents: SURROUND: Damascus in London

Bill Drummond - My Arab Spring - Part Two...

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Wagon Christ – Toomorrow

Toomorrow is Luke Vibert’s first outing as Wagon Christ since Sorry I Make You Lush in 2004 and if you needed a masterclass in sample transmutation, this is it. From the intro onward Toomorrow...

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Venetian Snares – XOYO

Ecstatic breaks and camaraderie, Venetian Snares rocks London. XOYO, Old Street, 23/2/11...

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Wagon Christ – Manalyze This

Wagon Christ AKA Luke Vibert taking globally warming into account has prognosticated that this summer is going to be blistering. Releasing this fun and fair hearted dance floor filler early enough to...

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Stateless – Assassinations

A review of Stateless – Assassinations...

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Into the Pit – Scaledown

The Orchestra Pit Company. Featuring Brainer, Hamilton Yarns and Former Utopia Kings and Queens Pub, Fitzrovia. 29th October 2010.   Getting lost on your way to a gig showcase is not unheard of,...

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Vayu Naidu Company

Vayu Naidu Company and Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia– ‘A Triumph of Light’ 3rd November 2010, The Barbican Centre Let there be light, and there was. For 2010’s Diwali...

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Venetian Snares. Deep Cuts.

Venetian Snares interview 2004 ...

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Goldfish Coronet 29/10/10

Think Goldfish, think hooks. The kinetic House sounds of South Africa’s Goldfish have started to build a solid reputation outside their homeland and for one night only played a memorable set to...

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Silver Apples, Eat Lights Become Lights, Luminaire 2010

Fuck it, Silver Apples are to electronic music what Thomas Edison is to Facebook....

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Chris Clarke: Acoustic Body Music

Chris Clark or simply Clark these days is a busy man, making music, incessant touring and learning new instruments.  While uncomfortable with the title of Warp records’ electronic standard...

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Make Better Music 7: Think it over and it will fall down.

Make Better Music 7: Think it over and it will fall down. Elton John’s partner David Furnish (yeah I can’t believe I’m quoting him either) once said “Anyone with an addiction is not being...

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Ghosthandfister – Ghosthandfister

Ghosthandfister – Ghosthandfister ODD records 2010 What an amazing debut. Ghosthandfister is a perfectly formed record which sounds timeless by virtue of it overtly referencing categorical...

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Kabutogani – BEKTOP

Kabutogani – BEKTOP Mille Plateaux (2010) For a strongly glitch album, Kabutogani sounds about as fresh as it comes. On BEKTOP, flirtations with melody and discord wheel and flow about the...

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Frank Tovey – Fad Gadget (2006) – Mute

It’s been said that the clearest sign of genius is to be unappreciated in your own time. Eighties musical pioneer Frank Tovey (as alter ego Fad Gadget) managed the twin feat of alienating...

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Roots Manuva – Alternatively Deep (2006) – Big Dada

The resurgence of British hip-hop in recent years has revelled in rebelling against current trends across the Atlantic. Personal aggrandizement and brand championship has been a consistent element of...

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Squarepusher – Hello Everything (2006) – Warp

Ten albums in ten years: is Squarepusher the most prolific electronic artist of his generation? Maybe, but quantity does not equal quality and recent efforts have felt kinda lost in a sea of...

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Animal Collective – Hollinndagain (2006) – Mutante-inc

Music worth a damn? We look at the Animal Collective's Hollinndagain to get a better read on the situation. ...

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