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Apparently, All Things Go isn’t the only ATG out there. Today we’re giving some love to our doppelganger, ATG a.k.a Alexander the Great, a NYC producer who has been laying down beats along with the likes of Terminology, Kool G Rap, and Statik Selektah over the last few years. His first full length, The Susan Sarandon Story, […]

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If you’re into that whole glitch-pop thing, recently popularized by the likes of Purity Ring, you might want to check out Born Gold. Both members of Purity Ring, in fact, got their start in the off-kilter dance project’s predecessor Gobble Gobble. Frontman Cecil Frena has since changed the group’s name to Born Gold, and is […]

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At the rate Purity Ring has been dropping incredible singles off their upcoming debut album, Shrines, it’s hard to imagine what they’ve got left for its release on July 24th. Nevertheless, their consistency and depth continue to amaze me. Yesterday the band gave us another sneak peek with “Fineshrine,” the third single released off Shrines in […]

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One month off the release of Plateau Visions, Lushlife is back with a fresh remix of one of the album’s stronger moments, “She’s A Buddhist, I’m A Cubist.” The remix is really a forum for South Philly-based emcee and bedroom producer Raj Haldar to showcase his many friends, with half a dozen of them appearing on the rework. […]

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Grimes has been talking big game about her boy Blood Diamonds, aka Canadian producer Mike Tucker, for a minute now. It’s good to see the two have finally come together for Tucker’s upcoming 12″, Phone Sex. Claire Boucher’s playful pop vocals take the foreground in the title track, propelling it through Tucker’s R&B-influenced baleric pop. The […]

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Anthony Gonzales has prepared a seven-track remix EP for M83‘s standout track, “Reunion.” The third and most recent of these reworks to surface comes from Detroit indie-pop group and perennial remixers Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. The remix builds like a spaceship, ready to take the track through every layer of the pop stratosphere. It opens with a dreamy, warped beat […]

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Diplo may be without Stitch on his first solo album since 2004, but there are plenty of lazers to go around.  Just yesterday he released “Set It Off,” a raucous Moohmbaton beat from deep within the dancehall featuring Burlington-based DJ Lazerdisk Party Sex.  Way back in December, Diplo said Express Yourself would be out “in […]

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It seems like these days every drummer, bassist, or tambourine player in a Scandinavian band also has an surprisingly amazing side project of some form or other.  At least that’s the case with WhoMadeWho drummer Tomas Barfod. When not manning the sticks for the Danish electro crew, he’s making a name for himself as a […]

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For you fans of the profoundly haunting, futuristic pop of Purity Ring, the band has a very exciting new release in “Obedear,” the first new track off their debut album, Shrines. While you try to contain your giddiness make sure you’re not doing anything on July 24th, because 4AD will be making Shrines rain. “Obedear” is an especially blippy and […]

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While prepping his official spring release for “NASDAQ,” Dream Cop has found the time to squeeze in a swanky new video for the single.  A Blacksburg, VA resident, by way of fair DC, Dream Cop is the moniker of multi-instrumentalist Tommy Davidson. Dream Cop takes your garden-variety reverb-heavy dream pop and puts it into an […]

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