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Tech(u)nique, a new video series produced by React Presents and Robotoaster, highlights the intimate side of the artistic process. Viewers are invited to witness a snapshot of what makes these artists (u)nique as we showcase the many talents that define Chicago culture. In our first installment, we picked three very different artists from Chicago, an […]

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“Hi This Is Flume” is the mixtape we didn’t anticipate but, damn, are we happy that it’s here now.  We’ve been listening to it all week in the office so we’re dedicating this entire New Music Friday to this wonderful mixtape.   It’s been some time since Flume last dropped music, about three years to […]

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MySpace, currently active but rarely seen as the social platform of choice, has reportedly lost over 50 million songs and any digital files uploaded from 2003 up until 2016. To those who has utilized the website’s hosting as a backup drive or a time capsule for their early 2000s profiles, the loss has hit hard […]

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Aside from the amazing lineup that we have ready for you today, we have also prepared an extensive list of new tracks for your ears to mull over. Check out some promising new directions in electronic music from DJ Snake, LSD, and Dash Berlin while also taking a listen to some top of the line […]

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Episode 2. of Rinse And Repeat delivers yet again, another hour of block rocking beats. This time, Chicago legend Paul Johnson beats the box with some classics that we know and love. No stranger to adversity, Johnson has beaten the odds and established himself as a music mainstay for over 30 years. Known from Chicago […]

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Today we have several long-awaited releases to share with you. As we approach spring, the music just keeps getting bigger and better. Check out this Friday’s releases below. Hyperion – Gesaffelstein French producer Gesaffelstein has departed from his dark, industrial techno sound and taken on a retro vibe with his newest album Hyperion. The first […]

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Words by Bill Brewster of MixMag.net Although the creative brains behind The Prodigy is undoubtedly Liam Howlett, for many Keith Flint will always be seen as the band’s public face. An avid dancer at Essex’s rave HQ, the Barn in Braintree, it was Flint who first encouraged Howlett to go further with his music and […]

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The start of a new month, of course, calls for new music. So, we won’t keep you waiting. Check out the latest singles, albums, and EP’s dropping today. 2 Chainz – Rap Or Go To The League Following up from “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music,” 2 Chainz presents us with “Rap or Go To The […]

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We’ll be the first to admit it: Finding good, new music that you genuinely like isn’t an easy task. But, you can’t fault anyone for encouraging discovery and experimentation. Stepping out of your comfort zone, especially in terms of music, leads to growth in ways that you can’t see. This week we took things in […]

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No, Andy King will not be exchanging any sexual favors for water this time around, but he may have landed himself the starring role in a television series playing himself. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andy King (@realandyking) on Feb 17, 2019 at 8:07pm PST If you didn’t know, despite being […]

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It’s no surprise that the videogame developer Harmonix has announced a heavily influence EDM experience after all the hype around Marshmello’s virtual set via the popular online game Fortnite. The electronic artist played for an audience of 10 million people through the Epic Game’s program and made history with the first ever real-time virtual-concert. Gaming […]

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