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Here's a radio documentary about why you should be at Open Ear this weekend

With AVA festival and Forbidden Fruit this weekend and Life Festival last week hoovering up thousands of techno buzzers, a select few hundred are heading to the wilds of Cork for the underground electronic music festival Open Ear off Sherkin Island. 299 more words

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Irish gigs round-up...

SUPER EXTRA BONUS PARTY, Bello Bar, Dublin, tomorrow, €15.

SEPB’s return after a seven-year break seems to be a relatively stress-free affair, with the Kildare act saying they never fell out, so there’s no cliched rock’n’roll rifts to paper over. 697 more words

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Arntre Worldwide: Compilation 001

Arntre has come a long way over the last 11 years and today we announce the next step in this incredible journey. Starting as a clothing line, Arntre has transitioned into a music platform with a goal of providing a platform to showcase world class artists and talent. 134 more words

Tinfoil interview: 'We feel techno in a very primal kind of way'

There’s a cliche of modern dance music as a solitary pursuit — of producers locked in studios fine-tuning DJ tools, hunched over screens, nano-checking every frequency for big-room optimisation. 1,765 more words


Gerald Donald morphs into XOR Gate for new solo album Conic Sections

Drexciyan electro conceptualist Gerald Donald has sidestepped his regular aliases and collaborations for a new solo album of abstract electro futurism.

The ever-elusive Donald is revered as one half of Detroit electro visionaries Drexciya, and since the 90s has also left crucial electronic artefacts under the alter-egos Arpanet, Japanese Telecom, Elektroids, LAM, Heinrich Mueller, Dataphysix and Der Zyklus, among others. 138 more words

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10 Detroit producers keeping the sound of the Motor City alive


With Detroit’s annual Movement Festival set to take place at the end of May, we thought it an apt time to shine a spotlight on some of the city’s… 1,422 more words


Enter the void: Another Exhibition at the Modern Institute

In a recent interview, Mute Records boss Daniel Miller made a point that “electronic music was more punk than punk rock”, and Powell’s Diagonal label is hammering this point home. 360 more words

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