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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Nicolas Horvath

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

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Little Whore Records Presents Thirty Bands You Never Heard Of And Probably Never Will

Little Whore Records has managed to adeptly compile thirty bands you never heard have and probably never will. They're are all from Edmonton or have some connection to the city and are all something...

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By Kat Dornian
Feb 16, 2011

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Traffic

Balanced has grown since being a small Canadian prairie imprint boasting alternative sounds with broken beat, down tempo, hip hop excursions and now including more house music. A lot of the guidance for this compilation...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Sep 26, 2009

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10 Years of Statra Vol 2

Charles Webster can do no wrong, taking another one of Alexi Delano’s finest tracks and molding it into a submersive sexy groove with Mano's hypnotic vocals. Brazzo Frag puts forth this addictive lo-fi mojito drinking...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Dec 6, 2009

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Boogybytes Vol. 05 mixed by Seth Troxler

Taking on the captivating form of teacher and DJ Seth Troxler readies what is a mass of form and function. These sounds not only will excite you but also encourage the listener to guide themselves...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Apr 19, 2010

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Balance 015 mixed by Will Saul

Continuing its proud reign of fine compilations, the Balance series hits the mark once again with Will Saul. Since the unimaginable 100+ tracks that were featured on Joris Voorn’s we are greeted with the once...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Apr 18, 2010

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Symbiosis Gathering 2009

Every year Yosemite California hosts a grande party under the stars with a varied genre mix of electronic music. Much like most outdoor festivals Symbiosis Gathering pays respect to the environment while they welcome all...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
May 1, 2010

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Balance 016 mixed by Agoria

Respected Frenchman Sebastien ‘Agoria’ Devaud has spawned many labels with his signature styles of complex mixing and trippy robot techno.  BALANCE 016 & AGORIA combine lethal forces of ingenuity and factions to revaluate the composition...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
May 1, 2010

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Groove Junkies: In the Zone

With the recent split of Parrish Wintersmith, Evan Landes carries on the flame with grace much like productions past. The album goes through uplifting, gospel, percussive and deep funky house start to finish. The...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Nov 5, 2010

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Henry Street Grooves

Johnny DeMairo is a name well known in the underground scene as a purveyor of House Music.  Back in 1994 he dropped the first...

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By Marc 'Oxide' LaCasse
Apr 14, 2011

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Things About Comin' My Way: A Tribute to the Music of the Mississippi Sheiks

The Mississippi Sheiks recorded during the 1930s and have more than one hundred singles to their credit. Made up of three sons of an slave (Sam, Lonnie and Armenter Chatman), the band recorded broke-down country...

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By Steve Marlow
Sep 27, 2009

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North To Ontario 2010

Canada doesn't immediately come to mind when one thinks of bluegrass, but Canada is home to many critically acclaimed bluegrass bands. And there's apparently enough of them to make not one, but two albums of...

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By Steve Marlow
Sep 9, 2010

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