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Engineering Updates September 10th – 23rd

Features, Updates, & Chores Sped up submissions browser for very large, active users Added warning to submission form for artist names entered as “Artist, The” instead of “The Artist” All newly created orders via a merge will now remain at “New Order” status with no shipping cost. Sellers will have to re-invoice merged orders. The […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Day Five Wrap-Up

Day five of the Decibel Festival, and the mood today was relaxed and mellow as people began winding down after the very busy past five days. Lots of traveling, listening, and socializing demanded some chilled out vibes toward the end of the festivities, and what better group to bring in that headspace than Thievery Corporation? […]

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Dust & Grooves: Adventures In Record Collecting – Eilon Paz

Photographer Eilon Paz travelled the world to capture record collectors and their wonderful collections. First publishing his interviews and photographs on the Dust & Grooves website, a selection has been bundled together in a coffee table book with mouth watering photos and full length interviews. Collectors talk about their passion, whether it is digging in […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Roman Flügel Interview

Roman Flügel is one of those guys who has been around so long and produced so many quality records that you probably have a release with his name on it somewhere. Recording under the names Alter Ego, Acid Jesus, Primitive Painter, Warp 69, and of course his own name, he has been a mainstay in […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Day Four Wrap-Up

Another day, another couple of dollars: dollars spent on Emergen-C, to be precise. At some point during my pedestrian travels over the past four days, I have contracted someone’s pesky germs, and a cold has taken me over. Will it stop me from traversing the Seattle streets so I can partake in the finest quality […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Tim Hecker Interview

Tim Hecker really needs no introduction, but I’m going to do it anyway. Originally from Montreal, now based out of LA, Hecker started making techno music about 15 years ago as Jetone, evolving into the genre-defying electronic beauty that we know and love today. His work only receives more and more accolades as time goes […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Day Three Wrap-Up

Three days into Decibel Festival 2015 and it only gets better. I started it off by heading up to the Crocodile for the daily conference which featured Elektron, a hardware company whose gear many an electronic musician use in their setups. Artists John Tejada and Cygnus were on board to chat about how they use […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Drumcell Interview

Moe Espinoza, aka Drumcell, walks it like he talks it. Hailing from Los Angeles, he has taken a lifelong love of electronic music, and been able to translate it into a successful career of forging techno aimed straight for the harder edged dance floors. Through his productions and party curation for events like Interface, Espinoza […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Day Two Wrap-Up

Day two of the Decibel Festival began with me being jarred awake by a car blasting Alice In Chains right outside my hotel window at 5:30 in the morning. As forward-thinking a city as Seattle clearly is, it temporarily took a major step backward into the past, and all on my sleeping time. Eh, probably […]

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Decibel Festival 2015: Pezzner Interview

For over seven years now, Dave Pezzner has made a consistent habit of releasing quality house music produced with a sparkly and professional sheen. Flawless in execution, broad in scope, and aimed directly for dance floors, his creations for labels like Freerange and Systematic encompass a flavor and atmosphere bold enough for any club, yet […]

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