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Bonobo - Flashlight EP

At the start of this month Simon Green AKA Bonobo released a new EP called ‘Flashlight’ on Ninja Tune. The first track ‘Flashlight’ has a happy and dreamy indie vibe with a nice guitar melody. 78 more words

New Music

ODESZA - SAY MY NAME (TATSURO REMIX)

We’re all sure you’re well versed and across ODESZA‘s Say My Name“, so we thought we’d share this killer bootleg from a real gem of an emerging talent. 63 more words

New Music

Nextup Clubnight: Groove Kitchen (Tom Laidler)

In February of this year, the team that has bought us the much loved club night Hi-Ku, decided to throw us a slightly different party. 1,839 more words

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Fuentes Conmutadas

A través de los años han existido numerosos aportes que han permitido el desarrollo en la producción y distribución de la energía eléctrica; cabe destacar como uno de los mas importantes, el dinamo, realizado por Michael Faraday alrededor del año 1832, posteriormente el físico e inventor Nikola Tesla, construye el primer motor de inducción (1882), dando las bases que posteriormente el físico William Stanley, de acuerdo a estos principios de inducción, le permitieran dar los primeros pasos hacia el actual transformador. 300 more words

Electronica

Throwback Event: Warehouse Project - Four Tet, Caribou, Carl Craig, Terror Danjah

Love warehouse project or hate it, you can’t deny there’s some fine lineups out there. 31st October for instance:  Dan Snaith’s live project Caribou showcasing their recently released album ‘our Love’, accompanied by a stellar lineup including long-time collaborator Four Tet and techno legend Carl Craig. 595 more words

House

Nextup: Flume - That Look

Harley Edward Streton, A.K.A Flume has provided a sneak peak at what to expect from his upcoming album and it’s safe to say that I am an extremely excited fanboy right now. 175 more words

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Who is Frank Eddie and what does he want from us?: A review of Fred Deakin's life beyond Lemon Jelly

Some of you out there will be familiar with the work of a pair of mad musical scientists – Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen – who go under the name Lemon Jelly. 451 more words

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