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Album Review: Orbital – Wonky

Orbital - Wonky Downtown Records April 17, 2012 Stay tuned for link to purchase the album! Eight years ago I was crushed. The Hartnoll brothers announced they were calling it quits. This had completely...
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Justice for all… in DC

Justice 9:30 Club, Washington DC 3.21.12 It was time… The black covering tarp was pulled, switchboard podium and giant soon to be glowing cross exposed.  This was no Sunday Worship we had all...
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Kill The Noise – Kill Kill Kill

Original Release: December 20, 2011 Label: OWSLA Kill The Noise has some explaining to do!  Most of my familiarity with Kill The Noise has been from the "Turn Off/Tune In Vol 1-3" mix-tapes that have...
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Interview with Digitalism

Digitalism are on the road again in support of their latest work, I Love You, Dude.  Read on to see what they had to say about the making of the album and other information you may not have known...
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Justice – Audio, Video, Disco

Justice - Audio, Video, Disco Release - October 24, 2011 Label - WMI Chances are, if you're not familiar with Justice, you've most certainly heard them some time or another. Whether it be in a...
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Beats Antique & oddities, Oh My!

Beats Antique - 9:30 Club @ Washington DC April 21, 2011 Written by Lance Shakespear Beats Antique know how to entertain.  Where else can you experience some of the greatest middle eastern...
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Aeroplane ‘We Can’t Fly’ Album Review

With the gospel singing in the title track, or the near indiscernible robotic vocals in "Superstar," just about every shade of the spectrum is visited in We Can’t Fly. Having the ability to produce such a colorful album, while still balancing on the central groovy pillar isn’t an easy task anymore when listening ears demand variety to satisfy their ADD interests. And to this Aeroplane deserves some hefty credit.
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Atari Teenage Riot in Baltimore, MD

There are few shows that I wait for in anticipation like a giddy schoolboy. Atari Teenage Riot just happens to be one of those few. Can I expect any different, as Atari Teenage Riot has been a favorite of mine for well over twelve years?
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Underworld – Barking – Album Review

Lancifer says "Mid-way through the album, the tone is changed a bit away from the steady thumping beat, to dabble in a little drum n’ bass and other broken beats. Vocals on Barking are nothing short of fitting and key to setting the tone of the album."