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Daft Punk Explode into the Sunset

Daft Punk Explode into the Sunset After 28 years of bringing house music to the masses, Daft Punk announced their dissolution with a dramatic video post. Featuring excerpts from their 2006 film Electroma, the video entitled ‘Epilogue’ shows the helmeted French duo walking off into the desert. Bot 1 activates a self-destruct sequence on Bot...

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JON C. IRESON’S BEST ALBUMS OF THE 2010’S

It’s list season and a particularly abundant one as we near the end of a decade. Plenty of great music to fill many scrolls but I’ve handpicked 50  of the records that spoke to me the most over the last 10 years. With the diversity of musical output increasing exponentially with each decade, it’s become...

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Iggy Pop: Live Free or Die

Iggy Pop once again brandishes his freedom on his eighteenth album with the help of mystic maestros Noveller and Leron Thomas.   Iggy Pop. What can be said about this enigmatic agent of id that hasn’t been said before? If you don’t know of his background, catalog, and litany of outlandish and infamous appearances, this...

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12 Essential Electronic Music Artists For Rock Fans

Many music fans simply don’t know where to start with “electronic music”. With a daunting, ever-widening scope of sub-genres within sub-genres, it seems that plunging in would be similar to exploring the Universe; witnessing phenomena without end. For those not into the club, DJ, or rave scenes, or who typically enjoy soaking in the warm...

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Electronic music master Peter Westheimer dazzles with the surreal, spiritual “Tranzworld Express”

If you haven’t heard of Peter Westheimer yet, you soon will. This innovative Australian electronic artist/producer is a multi-instrumentalist who has found himself doing everything from playing keyboards in New Wave bands and playing violin in the Australian Youth Orchestra to working on television documentary soundtracks and feature films. “Dancing Hearts Orchestra”, from Peter’s newest...

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Exclusive Interview with Domino Grey – Electronic music for fans of Juno Reactor, Underworld

Electronic artist Domino Grey is most certainly a “child of rhythm”. This Long Island native has been building up a strong fanbase with his dance/electronic/club style that he infuses his own philosophy and emotionality in, much like cult heroes Juno Reactor and Underworld. We’re excited to have an exclusive interview with Domino. Among the topics...

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Primal Themes and the Beating of Wings by Domino Grey – Electronic Music Review

“Primal Themes and the Beating of Wings” is an electronica/dance track by popular New York/Long Island artist Domino Grey taken from his “Butterfly Affect Part 1: Facial Recognition Technology” release. In the vein of artists like Underworld, Juno Reactor, Chemical Brothers, Sphongle, and the Orb, Domino Grey has no trouble at all encouraging the dance impulse,...

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Fans of Underworld and Chemical Brothers Will Love Chrisson

“I wish to shape the Universe in my hands.” – Chrisson Ambitious lyrics from an ambitious artist. Electronic artist Chrisson’s brand new EP “Reach” successfully blends a range of modern electronic influences such as dubstep, dance and trance while wearing his influences on his sleeve. Underworld, Infected Mushroom and Chemical Brothers as well as some...

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