Martin Rev on Suicide, Alan Vega and his new album Demolition 9

Alongside late vocalist Alan Vega, Martin Rev comprised one New York’s most provocative and game-changing acts. Beginning in the early ‘70s, Suicide’s pioneering no wave experiments laid the blueprint for punk, techno, industrial and everything in between, with both artists also creating a wealth solo material. To mark the release Rev’s ninth album Demolition 9 and the 40th anniversary Suicide’s self-titled […]

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How to remake a bleep techno classic

When Sheffield’s Central Processing Unit wanted to reissue two lost bleep techno classics from the genre’s ‘90s heyday it hit a snag: the master tapes were nowhere to be found. Instead, the label’s founder chose to rebuild them himself from scratch, using as much the original gear as possible. Oli Warwick finds out how it was done. Reissues classic, sought […]

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AFEM Announces First Phase of Electronic Music Ambassadors at IMS

As the electronic music scene becomes more prominent and deeply engrained in popular culture, the scene gets placed under more a microscope in the public eye. In early 2013, The non-prit “Association For Electronic Music” (AFEM) was founded by Ben Turner and Kurosh Nasseri to advocate for electronic music culture and “to represent the common interests those companies and individuals […]

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Live Nation Mandates Enhances Security Protocols at All Events

In the wake the Manchester attacks, concert/festival attendees need some piece mind to know that something similar can’t happen to them at their next event. In response, Live Nation has activated mandatory elevated risk protocols for its events. It’s unclear whether these are voluntary from Live Nation or forced on them by another entity. However this new came to light […]

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Exclusive: Future Refusing To Hand Over His Touring Income Records To Rocko In $10 Mill Legal Battle

“Mask Off” Rapper Accused Of Refusing To Play Ball In Lawsuit Future is accused refusing to hand over his financial records on what he pulls in from his concerts, and now his former music producer Rocko  has headed back to court demanding the judge force him to hand over the docs in their $10 million legal battle. Last year, producer […]

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Ariana Grande Cancels Remainder of Tour As Terrorists Threaten More Attacks

May 22 has been a dark day for the UK and for the world, as s detonated an explosive at the end an Ariana Grande performance in Manchester, UK. This was yet another unspeakable act terror, we’ve learned, from radical Islamic followers  ISIS, whom are shockingly common in Europe. This attack targeted young kids and teenagers and cast a huge shadow […]

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Campaign to Get 'Children' by Robert Miles Back Into the Charts

Robert Miles, born as Roberto Concina was a Swiss-born Italian DJ and producer who passed away on May 9th, 2017 at the age 47 in Ibiza, Spain. He sadly had a lengthy battle with stage 4 metastatic cancer. To honor Miles’s death – the electronic dance music industry is trying to get one his most classic tracks, titled ‘Children’, back […]

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Breaking: FCC Votes to Dismantle Obama Net Neutrality Laws

Net neutrality provisions crafted under the Obama Administration are now getting dismantled.  Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a measure that would wipe out almost all the provisions adopted in 2015. It’s the first step in a massive rollback Obama-era net neutrality provisions. This morning, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a measure that would obliterate nearly all the Obama […]

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Breaking: FCC Votes to Dismantle Obama Net Neutrality Laws

Net neutrality provisions crafted under the Obama Administration are now getting dismantled.  Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a measure that would wipe out almost all the provisions adopted in 2015. It’s the first step in a massive rollback Obama-era net neutrality provisions. This morning, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a measure that would obliterate nearly all the Obama […]

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Watch Chuck Berry's first music video ever

The music legend died last month. Chuck Berry’s final album CHUCK will be posthumously released next month and today you can watch a music video for the single ‘Big Boys’, his collaborative track with Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello. It’s the first music video Chuck Berry has ever had. Filmmakers Curtis Wayne Millard and Matt Bizer explained to NPR […]

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