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Tuesday, Jul 16, 2013
Just one listen to "Global Concepts" will make sure you have no confusion as to what Robert DeLong's album Just Movement is all about.

In case you are at work, I’ll put this right out there. “Global Concepts” has the line “Did I make you fucking dance?”, so if you’re gonna listen to the energetic song with loud volume, you might want to do so with headphones on. Robert DeLong had to censor himself when he performed on Letterman, but even without the expletive DeLong made this party anthem work. This song is one that’s gonna get you on your feet with its frantic beats. Just part of the 50-minute album Just Movement, “Global Concepts” has similar elements to the rest of the album, leading one to believe the multi-talented singer, producer and Wii-mote slinger DeLong will continue to release his buoyant dance hits onto audiences around the world.


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Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013
Buzzin' Fly Records, the much-respected progressive house and electronic label, will stop releasing new material and become "archive only", according to founder Ben Watt.

Watt, who also co-founded the English indie-pop duo Everything but the Girl in 1982, started Buzzin’ Fly in 2003. Over the last decade, the label has put out records by Justin Martin, Pete Heller, and many others, as well as Watt himself.


Buzzin’ Fly will for now remain in existence as an archive label, to keep the back catalog in print, and will also release some retrospective packages via digital media. Strange Feeling, the label’s less beat-driven subsidiary, will continue to release any new material from Watt’s partner and ex-bandmate Tracey Thorn.


 



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Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012
by PopMatters Staff
Dynamat has already impressed BBC Radio 1 with a series of late 2012 singles that blend classic house with garage and bass. But the artist does more than that. Dynamat creates compelling soundscape pieces that evoke the compositional skills of Underworld. So, yeah, we want to hear a lot more.


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