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XLR8R unloaded podcasts from Ikonika and FaltyDL.
Resident Advisor assembled an extensive oral history of the Detroit Electronic Music Festival.
Vice is justifiably excited that Andrew Weatherall made them a mixtape.
An Examiner tipped us to a bizarrely enjoyable Justin Bieber video remix/cover from members of Chairlift and Violens.
Dr. Dog hit The FADER's Open Bar.
Woven Bones premiered their new clip at Stereogum.
Keepaway played in The Tripwire's backyard.
And FACT wrangled a new mix out of The Sight Below.
Zola Jesus listed some faves for Pitchfork.
Awesome Color played The Tripwire's backyard.
The FADER posted their recent cover story on Yeasayer.
Beatportal went deep with Prins Thomas.
Donnis premiered his new video for "Gone".
Resident Advisor interviewed Tiga.
Nadastrom's latest opus is a mix of classic hardcore for Mad Decent.
And anyone who ever enjoyed the music Malcolm McLaren brought into this world should spend some time with DJ Premier's must-listen tribute mix.
Pitchfork solicited some favorites from Pantha Du Prince and deemed Blondes "rising."
Carrie Brownstein (formerly of Sleater-Kinney) interviewed HoZac Records (Woven Bones, Dum Dum Girls) boss Todd Novak for her Monitor Mix blog on NPR.
FACT interviewed The Hundred In The Hands.
Beatportal went deep on Scuba's Triangulation.
Dave Nada assembled a mix of his new genre creation, "moombahton" (pitched-down Dutch house), for Fool's Gold's podcast series.
The Washington Post profiled D.C.'s new U Street Music Hall nightclub, which is co-owned by Will Eastman and Tittsworth.
David Vandervelde eluded Austin hotel security to play acoustically for the The FADER.
And Resident Advisor's two-hundredth podcast arrived on Sunday evening with Carl Craig at the helm.
Before playing last weekend's MtyMx festival, Carlos of Los Fancy Free gave the Village Voice a tour of his Mexico City flat.
XLR8R analyzed the "Detroit State Of Mind" with Anthony "Shake" Shakir, Kyle Hall, and others. Via Kev.
Resident Advisor commissioned their latest podcast from House Of House.
Former RCRD LBL editor David Bevan got cozy with Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson at SXSW for The Tripwire.
Also at SXSW, The FADER interviewed Marina And The Diamonds.
Beach Fossils recorded a session for Insound.
Miike Snow talked influences with Spinner.
Free Energy played David Letterman.
Lazer Sword put together a mix for FACT.
Vitalic premiered their new video for "Second Lives."
And MGMT are streaming the entirety of Congratulations at their website.