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Mephyst

Techno often makes its anonymity into a defining characteristic. The tracks are meant to be spun together in DJ sets, not necessarily absorbed as individual artistic gestures. 259 more words

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BA Podcast 37: John Corbett

The latest episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with writer John Corbett.

Writer John Corbett is from Chicago, and has been spreading the word about obscure and underground music for decades. 200 more words

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BA Podcast 35: Jason Palmer

The latest episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with trumpeter Jason Palmer.

Palmer is based in Boston, where he teaches at Berklee and plays regularly at Wally’s. 169 more words

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BA Podcast 34: Linda May Han Oh

The latest episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with bassist Linda May Han Oh.

Linda May Han Oh grew up in Australia, and moved to the US a little over ten years ago. 195 more words

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BA Podcast 33: Branford Marsalis

The latest episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with saxophonist Branford Marsalis.

Branford Marsalis, for those who don’t know, is the older brother of  290 more words

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Ill Considered

Ill Considered are a London-based quartet who seem to exist just a step or two to the left of the teeming, collaborative scene that’s been getting so much press the last year or two. 513 more words

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Anna Thorvaldsdottir

Recently my 160GB iPod Classic started to die. The battery wouldn’t hold a charge, especially not in cold weather. If I selected an artist/album to listen to, then decided to scroll through and find a different artist/album to listen to, half the time it would simply shut down on me, declaring that the battery was totally empty and I needed to connect it to a power source. 800 more words

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