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Photos from the desert (Coachella 2009)

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Photos from the desert (Coachella 2009)

Posted on 26 April 2009 by shaunt

Here are some photos from the desert last weekend… a write-up to follow…
Big ups to the Music Loves Fashion people for hosting such an insane weekend. Also, a shout out to Anthem Magazine for the awesome pool party they host every year.

Click any of the photos above to view our Coachella 2009 album… or check out our flickr account.

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New SebastiAn Track

Posted on 26 April 2009 by levon

Many people recall that amazing night where the mysterious house music robot Thomas Bangalter spun at Cinespace on April 21, 2009. On that same night, Ed Banger’s manager Busy P dropped the new SebastiAn track, set to release on his upcoming album. I had asked Busy P about the track at Coachella Festival, and he said that the track is still untitled. Stay tuned for updates. For now, here’s the youtube clip of the track.

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big BIG update


big BIG update

Posted on 22 April 2009 by shaunt


i am back from one of the most epic nights uhh…. ever.

you really won’t believe the next photo set…

but who needs proof?

until then here’s a teaser.

i don’t need to explain the scenario…



+ happy birthday busy p

more to come. stay tuned.

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Preview of Proxy – Who the Fuck Are You

Posted on 21 April 2009 by levon

Yevgeny Alexandrovitch Pozharnov, Russian DJ/Producer a.k.a. Proxy, performed at Festival Transmusicales de Rennes. After playing a few of his signature tracks like Dance in Dark and Raven, he surprised the crowd by dropping an unknown track, containing some dirty, glitchy, and dark synths, and a build-up with mind-blowing potential! The track was identified as Who the Fuck Are You? which will be a future Turbo Recordings release sometime in the next few months. In other Proxy news, rumour has it Proxy will be remixing a few tracks including The Worm by ZZT and Mind Dimension from Tiga.

Here’s a edit of the BBC radio rip.

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