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Watch a mockumentary on Eats Everything’s super-fans

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Wed 21 May 2014 2:00 pm
Eats Everything is nothing if not a joker. The Bristolian producer and DJ, known to his mum as Dan Pearce, has practically made a second career of comedy, riffing on the Burger King logo for his own graphic treatment, placing the character of his "Jagged Edge" video in a fast-food drive-thru binge, and just generally having a lot of fun with the often-serious world of underground dance music. So he must've had some real fun with this one: Today the directing duo called That Jam released a "documentary" entitled Behind the Eaters, an hilarious look at a couple of Pearce's super-fans.

Here’s how to properly throw a warehouse party, according to Thump

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Wed 7 May 2014 6:00 pm
Look—we don't ever advocate doing anything illegal, but all the same, if you're in the business of throwing parties (or, you know, throwing parties that you want to make into a business), there is a right way and a wrong way of doing things. Today, Thump published a slate of tips for how to properly throw an illegal warehouse party, and they offer up a fair bit of useful information via some unnamed, but experienced sources.

David Guetta drops a heartfelt tribute to Frankie Knuckles in Chicago; watch it now

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Tue 8 Apr 2014 5:00 pm
While David Guetta is without a doubt one of modern dance music's biggest stars, it's not terribly well known that the guy was a serious house head back in the day, starting some of Paris' first house nights, playing host to Daft Punk's earliest sets, and mixing up techno, hip-hop, funk, and disco long before most of dance music's current crop of fans were even born. So, fittingly, when he was in Chicago last week for a gig at the city's Aragon Ballroom, he let loose with a big dedication to Frankie Knuckles, who died earlier last week, during his set.

Review: The XDJ-R1 puts Pioneer’s professional features in the beginner’s reach

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Tue 8 Apr 2014 2:00 pm
Whether it's the CDJ-2000 decks, the DJM-2000 or DJM-900 mixers, or really any other piece from of the company's growing lineup, Pioneer's DJ equipment has served as the industry standard for some time, making it a ubiquitous presence in almost every club booth worth stepping to. Still, the price tags on the company's premium units have long kept beginning DJs at bay, forcing them to learn another system only to have to adjust to the idiosyncrasies of Pioneer gear when they finally have their chance to mix in a professional booth. To that end, Pioneer's XDJ-R1 DJ system is here to help close that gap, offering a streamlined version of the company's renowned mixers, decks, and FX in an affordable mobile package that comes with a few of its own tricks up its sleeves.

Lil Silva, Joe Goddard, and Erol Alkan talk early club experiences in a short documentary

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Fri 4 Apr 2014 12:00 pm
Without any exaggeration, London's club scene is unlike any other in the world. It has, for the last 30 or 40 years, been the breeding ground for some of dance music's most progressive sounds, and naturally was for many years the only place to hear the newest cutting-edge tracks around (we're talking pre-internet here). To honor that legacy, filmmaker Rollo Jackson has assembled London... On a Regular, a short documentary that features the likes of Hot Chip's Joe Goddard, XL Recordings' Richard Russel, and producers and DJs Lil Silva, Erol Alkan, and more discussing their early clubbing experiences at the places at which they were regulars.

Zedd, Benny Benassi, Hardwell, and Krewella to headline Sunset Music Festival in Tampa

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Thu 3 Apr 2014 8:00 am
The festival lineup for this Memorial Day Weekend couldn't get any hotter. Not only are Movement Detroit, EDC New York, and Mysteryland taking place that weekend, but now Tampa's Sunset Music Festival has also thrown its hat into the ring, and to entice you, they've booked Zedd, Benny Benassi, Hardwell, and Krewella to headline the event.

Patatap is a fun “portable animation and sound kit” for the web

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Thu 27 Mar 2014 8:00 am
Patatap, the result of a collaboration between designer/web developer Jono Brandel and Japanese musical outfit Lullatone, is a "portable animation and sound kit" that turns your keyboard and browser into a simple yet immensely fun musical/visual playback device.

Bitwig Studio launches today, claims to be “the next generation of music creation software”

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Wed 26 Mar 2014 7:00 pm
Long in development, the cross-platform Bitwig Studio production software has officially launched this week. Designed by a team in Berlin (which includes a number of Ableton Live's original developers), Bitwig Studio 1.0 is said to offer "unprecedented workflow possibilities that breakthrough through creative boundaries, offering a fresh start using the latest development tools of today."

Brookyln trio Archie Pelago’s latest song is a videogame

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Mon 24 Feb 2014 3:00 pm
Over the years, recorded music has used a number of different media to reach the ears of listeners—from the original 78 RPM records on up to 12" vinyl, eight-tracks, cassettes, CDs, and digital downloads. But every once in a while, an artist takes a totally divergent approach to releasing their music. Such is the case with "Saturn V," a new production from Brooklyn trio Archie Pelago, which, in addition to being included on the group's recent Lakeside Obelisk EP, has been released as an exploratory videogame.

Squarepusher’s next project: composing music for a band of Japanese robots

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Thu 20 Feb 2014 11:00 am
A staple of Warp Records' renowned roster and a longtime innovator in the realm of electronic music, Tom Jenkinson (aka Squarepusher) has announced that his next release will consist of five new tracks composed for and performed by a 78-fingered guitarist, a 22-armed drummer, and a "keyboard player resembling a future life form"—otherwise known as the members of the Japanese robot band Z-MACHINES.

Korg to release a “faithful recreation” of the legendary ARP Odyssey synth

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Wed 19 Feb 2014 4:00 pm
One of the most revered synths from the heyday of analog keyboards (aka the '70s), the ARP Odyssey is set to see new life thanks to Korg, who have revealed plans to release a "faithful recreation" of the legendary synth later this year.

Dubspot and Livid combine forces to deliver the DS1 MIDI mixer

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Fri 7 Feb 2014 8:00 pm
Designed for use in the multifunction classrooms of NYC- and LA-based production school Dubspot, the freshly announced DS1 MIDI mixer is the result of a collaborative effort between the school and Austin-based controller designer Livid Instruments.

Mute founder Daniel Miller teaches a modular-synth masterclass

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Fri 31 Jan 2014 9:00 am
Perhaps best known as the founder of Mute Records (a label responsible for bringing the likes of Depeche Mode, Goldfrapp, Moby, and others to the world), Daniel Miller is a luminary in the electronic music world, and one who's knowledge of synthesis is heralded far and wide. At last year's LEAF conference in London, the Point Blank Music School invited Miller to share his knowledge at an intensive masterclass, helping those curious to navigate the often confusing world of modular synthesis and its inherent mess of modules, patch cables, knobs, buttons, bleeps, and bloops.

Meet renowned Berlin synth doctor Philipp Heimrich in this mini-doc

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Thu 30 Jan 2014 8:00 pm
Analog synths—we all love them, but few of us know how to actually open them up and get inside their guts when something goes wrong. That's why there are people like Philipp Heimrich in the world, an expert synth repairman who, from his Berlin synth shop PhilSynth, has managed to save a large number of 808s, Junos, and many more prized analog pieces from heading to the electronics graveyard.

Five new production and DJ tools we can’t wait to see at NAMM

Delivered... Glenn Jackson | Scene | Thu 23 Jan 2014 9:00 am
Officially kicking off today at the Anaheim Convention Center (right across the street from Disneyland) is the annual NAMM Show, a "happiest place on earth" of sorts for gear-lusting producers, musicians, and all-around geeks the world over. Like each edition before it, this year's convention is set to bring a slew of new production and DJ tools to the table, giving the public its first real glance and hands-on look at products we so far have only seen in cryptic YouTube videos or vague press releases. Now, with the onslaught of new synths, samplers, controllers, and software set to be unleashed today, we round up the top five new toys we are most excited to get our hands on this weekend.
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