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LA Priest – Inji Album Review (Domino Records)

With a Prince-like smoothness, in slides LA Priest on “Occasion”, the album opener for Inji. Without pretension and full of confidence, “Occasion” is immediately arresting — the perfect blend of lip-biting vocals and sexy-slow bass and guitar lines that twirl back and forth, in contrasting harmony from one ear to the next, like two lovers...Read...
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Stellar OM Source – Polarity Music Video (MV of the Week) + Process Interview w/ Christelle Gualdi

"I am a devotee of letting nocturnal dreams / daydreams guide you when looking for inspiration. I am most interested in those moments where intuition is free. The dreamed image of the Japanese girl dressed in a kimono and walking along the edge of a swimming pool surrounded by fog was so strong, it defined...
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Decibel Festival 2012: Andy Stott, Jimmy Edgar, Clark, Demdike Stare, Orbital Live Show Reviews & Photo Gallery

Now in its tenth year, Seattle’s Decibel Festival has grown from a tiny electronic celebration to a world-renowned music festival without sacrificing attention to detail along the way. From fabric wristbands to the notable lack of corporate sponsors — save for ones that directly affect the electronic music scene in some way — Decibel has...Read...
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Pop Icon Mashups By Dave MacDowell.

Dave MacDowell is a self-taught artist who creates some extremely detailed works centered around pop culture icons. Fast food brands, movie actors, and commonplace logos show up time and time again in his pieces, but that doesn’t really mean that his works are boring or derivative. They’re chaotic, colored in otherworldly hues, and always telling...Read...
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My Dear Disco – Dancethink Album Review

Aesthetically, My Dear Disco’s Dancethink LP seems to harp on every synth-pop cliche that has emerged in the past couple years. They have “Disco” in their name, have “Dance” in their album title, call vocals “vox,” and have iPod-esque silhouettes of themselves on the inside album cover. These cliches immediately rub any self-respecting reviewer the...Read...
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