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‘Plot Your Escape’ Travel Mix

These eleven artists were all featured in the past, most several years ago. Yet there's always a topical excuse to revisit something memorable. Combine this mix with rewards you can win from Caesars Entertainment's ''Total Rewa...
 
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Stolen Voices From White Labels

I’m all about recycling, upcycling, composting… anything that reuses materials already on this earth. If a friend wants to use jeans for insulation or to make a quilt out of old clothes, I’d be over in an instant. B...

 
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His Dreams Feel Real

Ross Fish, an 18-year-old from central Jersey, has interesting standards. Whereas most of his peers attempt to specialize in DJing, hip-hop beatmaking, or other more accessible pathways to the creation of electronic music, Fish...
 
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Dan and Joel’s Games

In crafting what is deemed personally nostalgic, Dan Lopatin and Joel Ford share a fondness with many others in their late 20s or early 30s. Young enough to remember the ’80s peaks, yet too old to concern themselves with ...

 
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The Radio Dept. – Clinging to a Scheme (2010)

One of Sweden's premiere electronic-pop acts releases their first full-length album in four years. With both infectious and atmospheric moments, its inconsistency issues are overshadowed by several gems.
 
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M. Bison Attack!

We are all part of a certain generation, whether it involves flower children or hair-metal. I was born in the late ’80s, so I found myself in between the phases of hair-metal and the revolution of home gaming consoles. Wh...

 
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Kinetic Stereokids

Although many industry professionals may have a tendency to disagree, there is nothing wrong with the audible expression of youthful exuberance. An immediate assumption would associate this expression with experience, which is ...
 
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Best Albums of 2008: #30 to #21

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Bonjour, Mr. Oizo

Over the past few years or so, most music fans have recognized one consistency that remains nearly indisputable: France is currently the core of quality electronic music. From veterans like Daft Punk and Air to the newly famed ...
 
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New Buffalo (Sally Seltmann) is Somewhere, Anywhere

Sundays always seem to be the most appropriate day for lounging around. Even though it is officially the first day of a new week, many of us consider Sundays to mark the end of a hard and strenuous work week; one that is best r...