AROUND THE WEB: 07/14/2009
The FADER posted some clips of Dum Dum Girls, Woods, Ganglians, Kurt Vile, and Vivian Girls from the Woodsist/Captured Tracks festival in Brooklyn.
Worthy spoke to Beatportal.
Various Production contributed the most recent FACT mix.
The Quietus had John Leckie list the "Ten Essential Records He's Worked On" and explored the Half Man Half Biscuit back catalog. Via Kev.
The Times looked at the growing number of day parties in New York, including New Release's Sunday Best.
Self-Titled Mag analyzed the rock critic bubble.
Blackdown discussed the possibility of a split in dubstep. Via Kev.
Jacques Renault put together a summer-themed mix for DFA Radio.
Little White Earbuds interviewed Seth Troxler.
The Tripwire continued their haiku reviews with gigs from Handsome Furs and Japandroids.
Mad Decent linked up Sinden's recent KISS FM show with special guest A-Trak. Via Elliot.
Speaking of A-Trak, his new project with Armand Van Helden, Duck Sauce, pre-released some tracks today on Beatport. Their first interview also landed on his blog.