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Simian Mobile Disco: Delicacies

Delicacies proves that Simian Mobile Disco are one of the best electronic acts currently working, and a welcome antidote to that LCD Soundsystem crap (yes, I just said that).

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28 Jan 2011 // 7:30 AM

The Year In TV: May 2010

Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in May 2010.

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25 Jan 2011 // 8:59 PM

Ryan Davis: Routes of Life

With subtle peaks and micro-sized builds, Ryan Davis has mastered personal techno.

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16 Jan 2011 // 8:56 PM

Soul Center’s General Eclectics is an eclectic collection, yes. Seldom does it progress, but certainly it moves.

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5 Jan 2011 // 8:56 PM

Klangwart: Sommer

Sommer collects new and old electro-acoustic experiments from Klangwart.

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3 Jan 2011 // 8:59 PM

Various Artists: Fünf

Composed by various label players, Ostgun Ton’s Fünf is a label anniversary album built exclusively from a four gigabyte sample library of field recordings made inside the legendary Berlin clubs Berghain and Panorama Bar.

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Christopher Rau: Asper Clouds

Christopher Rau's productions on Asper Clouds are pretty enough, but they fall short of achieving "memorable" status.

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6 Dec 2010 // 8:58 PM

Max Cooper: Expressions

Max Cooper's tech house is never subtle, even when it comes from a temperate place.

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9 Nov 2010 // 5:00 AM

Botany: Feeling Today

Botany offers a glimpse of the beats that lie ahead on an experimental and nostalgic EP.

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8 Nov 2010 // 8:20 AM

Onmutu Mechanicks: Nocturne

Nocturne is a murky Drexciya album by Onmutu Mechanicks gone dub, minimal, and without the thrashing TR-808.

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3 Nov 2010 // 9:22 AM

SBTRKT: Step In Shadows

Masked producer SBTRKT establishes lasting moods with dense builds and ambitious arrangements.

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27 Oct 2010 // 9:00 PM

Apparat: DJ-Kicks

Apparat’s contribution to the !K7 DJ-Kicks series feels quite at home in a car stereo while driving through the city at night.

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27 Oct 2010 // 8:57 PM

Exile: AM / FM

AM/FMis the perfect soundtrack for driving on a city’s freeways late at night and getting lost in the ambience of the sounds.

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21 Oct 2010 // 5:50 AM

Paleo: A View of the Sky

In a little over a dozen songs, the country’s most prolific homeless person gives us a look at his world.

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18 Oct 2010 // 9:00 PM

Johannes Heil: Loving

The central failure of Loving is that it isn’t very interesting. There are no big ideas or stand out tracks, and its marathon length make it alienating, if not altogether tedious

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Fall’s First Canceled Show: FOX’s ‘Lone Star’

Critics hailed it as one of the best new shows on television, but FOX’s Lone Star has been canceled due to poor ratings.

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15 Sep 2010 // 9:00 PM

Skream: Outside the Box

Skream's second album has a lot more in common with his first than expected.

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Asura & Anenon: Silver Trees/Damiel

There is room to grow at Non Projects, but green-ish producers/multi-instrumentalists Asura & Anenon have things mostly figured out.

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The Green Kingdom: Twig and Twine

On its Own Records debut, the Green Kingdom doesn't need to work (very hard, at least) for your attention.

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20 Jul 2010 // 5:05 AM

Matt Shadetek: Flowers

On his first instrumental album, Shadetek aims for the dancefloor but doesn't completely leave behind the grit that's shaped his current work.

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St. Vincent, Beck, and More Heat Up Boston Calling on Memorial Day Weekend

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"With vibrant performances by artists including St. Vincent and TV on the Radio, the first half of the bi-annual Boston Calling Festival brought additional excitement to Memorial Day weekend.

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