Tamara Palmer

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  • 5 years ago | Concerts

    Radio Slave, otherwise known as Matt Edwards, toils among the techno proletarians of Berlin. He runs the Rekids label and makes hallucination-evoking, bass-burrowing dance-floor tunes that would never get played on the radio here. One prime exampl...

  • 6 years ago | Concerts

    It takes a versatile artist to write a number one country hit (1980's "Starting over Again," for Dolly Parton), simulate an orgasm on a 17-minute disco record (1976's "Love to Love You Baby"), and win a Grammy for an inspirational performance (198...

  • 6 years ago | Concerts

    New Jersey's Harry "Choo-Choo" Romero has a locomotive moniker, but the house DJ and producer isn't known for train-wrecking records. Instead, he has somehow remained relevant in a fickle scene since the mid-1990s. Subliminal Records, the label he...

  • 6 years ago

    Ultra remains all about dance music, but as the festival has expanded, so has its definition of the genre. As always, some of the biggest names on the bill are the best club spinners in the world. But this year's edition will showcase a number of ...

  • 6 years ago | Nightlife

    It wouldn't be completely out of line to say DJ/producer Hernán Cattáneo is as significant a head spinner in his home of Buenos Aires, Argentina, as top-earning British DJ Paul Oakenfold is in England. Oakey must have thought so, eve...

  • 6 years ago | Nightlife

    Music scholar Daniel Fuller wrote that Orlando-based DJ/producer Q-Burns Abstract Message (Michael Donaldson) blurs the line between "eclectic experimenter and populist ass-shaker." That couldn't be a more perfect way to describe his fun and flirt...