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Thursday, Nov 29, 2012
by PopMatters Staff

Los Angeles’ Nosaj Thing stunned with his debut release Drift (Alpha Pup) and the producer has returned with a new album ‘Home’, which features guest vocalists for the first time. The single “Eclipse/Blue” features haunting and ethereal vocals from Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino.


This enchanting video was created by Daito Manabe, takcom, Satoru Higa, and MIKIKO with an assist from the Creators Project.


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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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Monday, Nov 26, 2012
by PopMatters Staff
Last week we ran a List This feature devoted to Nine Inch Nails. Today, we present the playlist for easy listening, if NIN can ever be called that.

Fans should reasonably expect very little, if any, new Nine Inch Nails output in the near or distant future. Which means now is as good a time as any to get a little retrospective when it comes to trying to figure out Trent Reznor’s best work within the NIN framework. Full article is here.



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Tuesday, Nov 20, 2012
by PopMatters Staff
Gene frontman, Martin Rossiter, is stepping forth with a new solo album The Defenestration of St Martin that releases on November 26.

Remember Gene… a fine melodic Britpop band with a Smiths feel to them? They are sadly missed and their career was far too short. Now Gene frontman, Martin Rossiter, is stepping forth with a new solo album The Defenestration of St Martin that releases on November 26. His exquisite voice is in fine form on the gorgeous “Drop Anchor”, a subtle and tender new ballad.


Editor’s Note: We ran this post back in October, but now Rossiter has just released the video for this fine tune. Stay tuned for next week when you’ll be able to pick up his new LP, The Defenestration of St Martin.





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Thursday, Nov 15, 2012
Ready for another playlist with background notes for music by Cat Power, Stars, Deerhoof and more.

With all the crazy weather adding unnecessary drama to the national elections this fall, at least music fans could be thankful for all the fresh offerings available, presenting a much needed distraction (as long as there was electricity!)  New releases from indie stalwarts Deerhoof, Stars and Cat Power complemented repeats from Two Door Cinema Club, the xx and Freelance Whales along with debuts from Django Django and Melody’s Echo Chamber.


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