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Pendulum at Transit 09.29.2005

Pendulum's tracks differ from a lot of other DnB I have heard, in its complexity and ability to do so much in one track. ...

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Third Eye pres. Nick Warren 07.20.2005

Nick Warren closed out the night by dancing, greeting and otherwise mingling with the last throng of attendees...

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Fischerspooner Odyssey

Odyssey is a musical opera of the artist caught between ideas and reality; the hybrid invention birthed through the joy of creating art along with the inevitable pains of originality...

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Cleaning Up the Dirty South

A very familiar and seductive French Maid towers roughly eight feet tall against a window and watches over Bazzaar's Bacchanalia...

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Soul Heaven pres. Blaze

Do you often wish you could have been among house music history at the Paradise Garage? Do you wish that you lived in New York so that you could go to Shelter every weekend?

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Ellen Allien Thrills

The simplicity in the dark mood that permeates Thrills is in the way the elements of each track cohere together, to underplay the massive detail that can be uncovered from peeling each track back, layer by layer.

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Wired—4th Annual Athens Electronic Music Festival 06.25.2005

For the fourth year in a row, Wired offered up a diverse and eclectic offering to complement the greater Athens festival...

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Liquified pres. Luke Fair 06.25.2005

A longer version of his opening set for Digweed would have been perfect, but tonight, Luke played an all out grab bag of tunes....

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Liquified pres. Sasha 06.09.2005

Sasha is back, and he delivered a DJ set using only Ableton Live and his custom-made Maven controller...

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M. I. A. Arular

Maya Arulpragasam became M.I.A. And the entire story reads like an astounding "who's who" of a girl making good a dream.

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Diplo Florida

Unfortunately Diplo's own solo piece of work, Florida, has no bearing at all on the sound that he is now almost single-handedly responsible for bringing to notoriety in the U.S.

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Liquified pres. Gabriel & Dresden 06.04.2005

Gabriel and Dresden created pure excitement and an infectious vibe that spreads throughout the club....

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Moby Hotel

Moby has always been one of the most self-absorbed names in electronic music. His vast and varied output from the past decade or so stands as tribute to the little bald guy who is, at his core, pretty much always thinking of himself.

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Liquified pres. Dave Seaman & Luke Chable 04.09.2005

Lightning is about to strike twice. The accompanying tour for Therapy Sessions Volume 2, with Dave Seaman, once again, and Luke Fair came to Eleven50 this past Saturday night...

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Laurent Garnier The Cloud Making Machine

Garnier presents us with his new artist album The Cloud Making Machine—fanatical whispers have it on the wire that it's "brilliant," "the most forward-thinking music ever," "a blend of jazz, ambient, IDM, house, and techno..."

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Mark Farina Mushroom Jazz 5

In his follow up to the stellar Mushroom Jazz series, Mark Farina releases another quality project that once again proves that he's one of the top DJ talents in America.

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Sander Kleinenberg This Is EverybodyToo

The majority of selections on Too are not widely popular cuts that you would typically find on most big-name compilations.

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Lance Cashion - The Sound

Lance humbly brings to us, along with the forward thinking crew at Proton Radio, a mixed set that truly stands out as being something special and firm as a pillar amid the thousands of mixes that have been heard on the airwaves in the past 4 years. click for more...


Superpitcher - Here Comes Love

The nine tracks on Here Comes Love plod along at a pace that fits Schaufler's tales of androgynous love and emotion, showing both a restraint and passion. click for more...


Amon Tobin - Recorded Live

While most electronically produced music admittedly sounds just that—electronic, synthetic, and (dare I say) sterile, Amon's sound is real in every way: to make much of Tobin's music sound astonishingly symphonic and "live." click for more...


High Contrast - High Society

High Society is an exceptionally well-composed effort—there are some tracks that feel a bit like filler, but the strength of other tracks balance out. click for more...


Ada - Blondie

Deep, dark and emotional, Blondie builds upon the minimal tech-house feel of Ada classics like "Lifedriver," while retaining the same quirky appeal that brought her into focus in the first place. click for more...


Derrick Carter & Mark Farina - Live at Om

A tag team set from Mark Farina and Derrick Carter is always a wonderful thing to catch, as many Atlantans already know from the duo's 2001 visit. click for more...


Way Out West - Don't Look Now

Instantly accessible and completely different than any of the prior albums, longtime WOW fans will find the same beauty tinged with darkness here that Way Out West has come to stand for. click for more...


Ellen Allien - My Parade

Unlike her other two previous mix albums, My Parade starts upfront and really doesn't let up for the entirety of the mix. click for more...



 
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