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    Ryan Morales

    Starting out in New York as an intern for Wyclef, DJ Ryan Morales was originally known as Shockwave thanks to his All-State New Jersey reputation as a crushing linebacker. With almost 20 years of spinning under his belt, and now referring to himself...

    by Jennifer Lima on March 20, 2008
  • Darker Their Love - Welsh quartet Bullet for My Valentine screams, aims, and fires.

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    Darker Their Love - Welsh quartet Bullet for My Valentine screams, aims, and fires.

    It was late 2006, and Matt Tuck was living the rock and roll dream. His band, Bullet for My Valentine, had spent the good part of two years traveling the world and playing music off of their 2005 smash The Poison. The album had sold more than a mill...

    by Scott Fishman on March 20, 2008
  • Hot Blooded - Cuban-born singer Yanelis Cortes came to this country cleaning bathrooms. Now she's live on your TV set five days a week.

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    Hot Blooded - Cuban-born singer Yanelis Cortes came to this country cleaning bathrooms. Now she's live on your TV set five days a week.

    On a recent Friday night in Miami Beach, the wind slices across Ocean Drive and the waves from the Atlantic pound in a deafening crescendo. Three perfectly bronzed girls, bikini lines exposed, walk briskly across the street to huddle under a palm tr...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on March 20, 2008
  • A Southeasterner at SXSW - Highlights and lowlights from the nation's biggest industry extravaganza of new (and old) music.

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    A Southeasterner at SXSW - Highlights and lowlights from the nation's biggest industry extravaganza of new (and old) music.

    There's no two ways about it: SXSW (pronounced South by Southwest) in Austin, Texas, has, by its 21st year, grown into the most influential event in the nation for anyone looking to divine the next trends in music. Oh, um, and drink and eat barbecue...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
  • Winter Music Conference - Everything you ever, ever wanted to know about the spin event of the century.

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    Winter Music Conference - Everything you ever, ever wanted to know about the spin event of the century.

    Among the major themes of this year's 23rd installment of Winter Music Conference are better and bigger. Much bigger. Just check the numbers: 40,000 people are expected to attend various events; 20,000 area hotel rooms are booked; more than 1,780 ar...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
  • Autechre - Quaristice (Warp)

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    Autechre - Quaristice (Warp)

    Autechre's MO over the past decade has been to usher you through a labyrinth of thorny textures both alien and alienating while spouting complex algorithmic theorems and punching you about the head and torso in 17/8 (or maybe 13/4) time. But on Aute...

    by Dave Segal on March 20, 2008
  • Ojos de Brujo - Techari Live (Six Degrees)

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    Ojos de Brujo - Techari Live (Six Degrees)

    On this document of its 2007 world tour, the Barcelona-based, self-styled "hip-hop flamenco" band plays music from its latest studio recording of the same name while also going through some material from its back catalogue, delivering a high-energy ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on March 20, 2008
  • Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree (Mute U.S.)

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    Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree (Mute U.S.)

    If Supernature was Goldfrapp's ode to stylish disco saturnalia, Seventh Tree is the elegy for the inevitable "Suicide Tuesdays": when clubbers ache to dispel that raisin-y, dried-out feeling and the Roland TB-303 drumbeats still pound in their heads...

    by Ryan Foley on March 20, 2008
  • Beach House - Devotion (Carpark)

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    Beach House - Devotion (Carpark)

    Downer duo Beach House first made waves with its 2006 single "Apple Orchard," which copped the breathy vocals and slide guitar of Mazzy Star and buried them under layers of cavernous reverb and buzzing organ. Two years later, the band's bewitching f...

    on March 20, 2008
  • DJ Spinna

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    DJ Spinna

    Spinna is one of the busiest working producers and DJs on the planet. Not many can keep their hands on the pulse of the next shit when it comes to both hip-hop and dance music, but Spinna has stayed in the forefront of more genres than a United Nati...

    by Bernard Hacker on March 20, 2008
  • DJ Theo

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    DJ Theo

    Long Island's DJ Theo is one of the few in the trade with enough versatility to love the club and -- gasp! -- the radio. In fact he's passionate about both. Fiery, even. "I always thought dance music didn't get the kind of respect where people could...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
  • Héctor Romero

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    Hctor Romero

    Long before dance music was divided into a million subgenres, Hctor Romero was mixing things up at his legendary block parties in the Bronx. During those anything-goes days, Romero -- then known as Baby Hec -- developed a love for early house music...

    by José Dávila on March 20, 2008
  • Nick Catchdubs

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    Nick Catchdubs

    This DJ from New York has the talent to venture from rap to rock to house to electro to whatever without losing the audience or sounding strained. He was formerly an editor at knowledgeable and adventurous music mag Fader, where he was known as Nick...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • Satoshi Tomiie

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    Satoshi Tomiie

    Remember those strange techno-ambient sounds on the Wachowski brothers' Matrix prequel, The Animatrix? They belong to Satoshi Tomiie, one of Japan's most successful DJs. Tomiie should be a familiar name to anyone with the slightest interest in ho...

    by José Dávila on March 20, 2008
  • Colette

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    Colette

    L.A. is full of starlets, celebutantes, and wannabe Playboy bunnies who are only too happy to besmirch the name and good reputation of female DJs such as Colette Marino, who actually knows what she's doing. And don't let the pretty looks fool you in...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • Z-Trip

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    Z-Trip

    Los Angeles resident Zach Sciacca always remembers to take listeners on a true journey -- a real Z-Trip. And since so many DJs have forgotten (or never learned) how to mix, Z's local appearances should easily be highlights in a crowded party itinera...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • Chuck Love

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    Chuck Love

    As if it wasn't apparent by his moniker, Chuck Love reveals himself as something of a smooth dude when he sings. The Minneapolis-based artist, who is also a DJ and producer, found a natural home at San Francisco's Om Records for last year's debut do...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • James Zabiela

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    James Zabiela

    James Zabiela's story is as close to a fairy tale as it gets for a DJ. The Southampton, England native won a bedroom DJ competition from a now-defunct British dance music magazine eight years ago. Since then, he's enjoyed a career with most of the U...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • Beyond the Ultra World - The legendary Ultra Music Festival celebrates its 10th birthday.

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    Beyond the Ultra World - The legendary Ultra Music Festival celebrates its 10th birthday.

    It developed from a rather small thing by the beach into one of the biggest festivals you have in the U.S. And it represents nearly everything electronic music has to offer, and so therefore it's one of the most important festivals not just in the S...

    by Tamara Palmer on March 20, 2008
  • The Future Is Now - DVDJs bring audio and video together with Serato and Pioneer's newest inventions.

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    The Future Is Now - DVDJs bring audio and video together with Serato and Pioneer's newest inventions.

    Rane and Serato revolutionized the DJ game -- and lowered chiropractor bills -- with the introduction of their Scratch Live software. The new club standard, it allows DJs to play a hard drive full of MP3s in real time on a pair of turntables through...

    by Bernard Hacker on March 20, 2008
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