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Feb 5,2009 at 3:39 PM EST
Francois Virot is a ridiculously busy guy. He's one of those artists that needs to stay busy and constantly find new ways to make music and be creative. When he's not out on the road or making records with his other band, Clara Clara, he finds time...
Feb 4,2009 at 4:20 PM EST
Fever Ray, aka Karin Dreijer Andersson, better known as the girlie half of The Knife has just released her debut self-titled album and strangely enough it sounds like err...The Knife. Well sort of, if the knife were on lithium and listened to a lot...
Feb 4,2009 at 4:15 PM EST
Tennessee's Framing Hanley have evolved from their humble beginnings in 2005. Named after a close friend who died in a car accident, the band began to take off around 2006 and with the help of former Creed bassist Brett Hestla solidified their place...
Jan 9,2009 at 4:27 PM EST
DAT Politics are a French laptop/electronic pop group that have been around for ages and are used to making music that could literally cause your brain to bleed. But as fate would have it, they some how found their way to their local disco...
Jan 7,2009 at 6:22 PM EST
One of the most recognizable names in electronic music to this day is Paul van Dyk. This DJ/producer over the last decade has worked with just about everyone under the sun, in every genre known to man, and come up with some of the most absolutely...
Jan 7,2009 at 5:42 PM EST
It's been nearly a year since the release of Le Pop 4 but it's not like the fine folks at Le Pop Musik have taken the year off. Oh no, they've been hard at work putting together another volume of the series that features only the most fabulous...
Jan 7,2009 at 3:59 PM EST
Shahrokh Sound Of K., who consists of Sharhrokh Dini and Andreas Kohler, are artists who want to put the music back into house music. Convinced that the music they love has been taken away from them and made so soulless that it's barely listenable...
Jan 6,2009 at 8:30 PM EST
For their 300th release, Compost Records has decided to blow the dust off of the Freshly Composted series and release a third volume. This time around the disc contains thirteen tracks that are a mixture of previously released tunes and unreleased...
Jan 6,2009 at 6:24 PM EST
Circle Research are a team of mad scientists who dig through crates and crates of records looking for the sounds, snippets, and beats that you never think about, that you never knew existed but do and are so important that they're part of the pop...
Jan 6,2009 at 5:11 PM EST
Originally hailing from London, Woolfy found himself in Los Angeles in the early 90's where rather than going home, he started hanging out in clubs becoming a regular.  That led to him DJing in clubs by the middle of the decade and then eventually...
Jan 6,2009 at 3:38 PM EST
Legendary soul label owner Neal Hemphill quietly built up a stable of absolutely stunning Southern Soul artists for his label the Sound of Birmingham in a time when Birmingham was known at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. With all that was...
Jan 6,2009 at 3:32 PM EST
IHEARTCOMIX does it again! The release of Heartsrevolution's single, Switchblade EP is yet another amazing chapter in the growing novel of great music from the label that loves a good Batman comic along with their mind numbing electro.
Jan 6,2009 at 3:16 PM EST
Two years after their debut album, Settle Down City, Kentucky's own Young Windows have come a long way. This is a band that took their urgent and dirty sound and transformed it into a lethal machine of sonic destruction and their latest album, Old...
Jan 6,2009 at 3:09 PM EST
Remember when Of Montreal used to be really, really good? When they were so in love with the Kinks that they almost became the Kinks? Well, A Block of Yellow sure do, and they've picked up the torch dropped by Of Montreal and decided to carry on...
Jan 6,2009 at 3:02 PM EST
After releasing their latest album Prints found themselves in a bit of a quandary. Although Prints was packed to the gills with their trademark off center pop, the band still had material left over and nowhere left to put it. So, rather than just...