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There’s no city in the history of dance music that’s been mythologized quite like Detroit. And, if today’s offering is any indication, there’s no city in dance music history that’s been as documented as Detroit as well. But hey, that’s all good by us. With new compilations like the one jointly curated by Jimmy Edgar and Derrick May called We Love Detroit about to be released, and Richie Hawtin’s new educational tour, CNTRL: Beyond EDM , afoot, we figured the time was nigh to ply you with some of the D’s greatest hits: the 10—count ‘em, 10!
WHEN I SOLD MY SOUL TO THE MACHINE (dir. IGOR LESIC & RONALD LINDGREEN, 2004) Incredible 46-minute documentary looking at The Hague’s unique, eccentric and boundlessly creative electro and techno scene. It’s classic scene after classic scene: I-f declaiming the idea of Christmas, Legowelt playing blitzkrieg acid to an empty club, Bunker’s perma-stoned Guy Tavares pontificating on, well, anything and everything. Originally released on a now hard-to-find DVD courtesy of I-f’s own MurderCapital label, it’s thankfully been uploaded – in a few parts – to YouTube.
A=432Hz is a natural frequency we choose for tuning our instruments and music. It's also better for singing and for sound healers. We choose 432Hz instead of the artificial de facto tuning of A=440Hz Why? ...Because you can either live in a cube of artificial contraction or expand your spiral perception of the natural universe...
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Mixtape Of The Month Yelawolf has Returned from the Wilderness of Suck, and his 'Trunk Muzik Returns' is our Mixtape of the Month Yelawolf is done with having Eminem tell him what to do, and it is glorious. Daniel Cronin Takes the Most Amazing Photos of Juggalos You've Ever Seen An interview with photographer Daniel Cronin, who has been lugging a huge large-format camera to the Gathering Of The Juggalos since 2010, snapping the most strikingly intimate portraits of Juggalos a… Instagram Report Here's a Picture of Justin Bieber and His New Pet Monkey For the record, the monkey looks terrified. Friday Thinks...
Edgar Choueiri knows how things work; he’s a rocket scientist — officially, the Director of Princeton University's Electric Propulsion and Plasma Dynamics Laboratory .