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IDA, "WILL YOU FIND ME?"

Also approximately two years old this week is the brand new CD from Ida.
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BASS COMMUNION VS. MUSLIMGAUZE

Soleilmoon has just released the second and final installment in the BassCommunion vs. Muslimgauze series, simply titled 'Bass Communion vs.Muslimgauze EP.'
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"BETTER LIVING THROUGH CIRCUITRY"

I haven't had an opportunity yet to see this movie, since the one weekend it played in Boston I happened to be in Spain.
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AMON TOBIN, "SUPERMODIFIED"

Amon Tobin brings another tasty slab of meat to the table.
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CATIVO, "3 SECONDS IS NOW"

Another electronic beat artist who believes in taking his time to build songs before they break out is Cativo.
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CLIENT/SERVER"

Serving up some of that Home-Drone Goodness is the debut from former Motion Picture leader, TOM THE FISH.
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TAYLOR DUPREE, ".N"

More experienced withdrones this week is Taylor Dupree, who's contribution to the Ritornellseries on Mille Plateaux is a fine collection.
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EKKEHARD EHLKERS, "BETRIEB"

Also brought to us from Mille Plateaux is this collection of spacious orchestral sampling.
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IN THE NURSERY, "EXHIBIT"

Released for an exhibit in Brazil, this disc collects music from every album era of In the Nursery from 1986 - 1998.
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The Shalabi Effect

Sam Shalabi's name has popped up on various other records and projects, always with the note that he's of 'The Shalabi Effect.' The eponymous debut double-CD has finally been released through Alien8 in Montreal.
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PLAID, "TRAINER"

Trainer is acompilation—with a few previously unreleased tracks thrown in for goodmeasure—of the early work of the Handley and Turner duo, done mostly,with various aliases, when they were still members of Black DogProduction, whose "Bytes" LP is a classic of the "ArtificialIntelligence" post-rave electronic music on the Warp label.
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"SCULPTING FROM DRAKE VOL. 1"

Long beforeadvertisements put Nick Drake on the minds and in the home stereos ofEuropean car drivers, Elsie and Jack were preparing a tribute disc.
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"COLLISION COURSE"

With "Collision Course"Kevin Martin compiles 14 exclusive and/or rare vinyl tracks from thevaried sonic wasteland where hip hop, drum 'n bass and noise quiteliterally collide ... a place he is very familiar with himself throughIce, The Bug and Techno Animal, among others.
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FREDERICH JURGENSON, "FROM THE STUDIO FOR AUDIOSCOPIC RESEARCH"

If you bought PARC CD1: The Ghost Orchid, then you know what toexpect; if you didn't then prepare to have the shit scared of you.
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"TOUCH SAMPLER 0"

Yet more weirdness from the Touch stable.
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BIOSPHERE, "CIRQUE"

Biosphere are similar to S.E.T.I. in that beats are a rare occurrenceand that both remind me of the bits inbetween tracks on RichardH. Kirk releases.
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S.E.T.I., "POD" & "LIGHT SHIFT"

Pod, the new proper album from S.E.T.I. is, well, adisappointment.
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OVALPROCESS

Oval's "Process" providessomething of a meditative environment, meshing static hisses and popswith droning and often soothing washes of noise and whistles.
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NWW/ARANOS, "SANTOOR LENA BICYCLE"

Housed in a handmade and painted case, this idiosyncratic release marks the peak of Stapleton and Aranos' creative activity.
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PORCUPINE TREE, "LIGHTBULB SUN"

Porcupine Tree is one ofseveral creative outlets for UK multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson(see also Bass Communion and No Man).
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