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Check Out This Hot EDM Track Made From Just Rubber Chicken Sounds

Every once in a while a video comes along that changes the way you think about yourself, about the world, and about everything you thought you believed. Such was the case with this video of the band Dancing Noodle making electronic dance music using just rubber chickens, a table, and a paper cup. Read More >>

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US Festivals are Now Banning Selfie Sticks, Too

Selfie sticks are very quickly being branded as a public hazard: the "wand of idiocy" is no longer welcome in dozens of museums and attractions, including many UK establishments. Now, it seems, festival-goers in America will have to forgo the sticks, as well, and go back to taking narcissistic photos like it's 2013. Read More >>

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How Daft Punk Made One More Time From a Sample They Say They Never Used

One more time. Even if you wear earplugs, turn off the radio and stay away from noisy clubs, you know Daft Punk's song 'One More Time'. It's one of those songs that seems to be inserted into the memory of every human who has existed since the year 2000. Read More >>

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What Happens When a Hardcore Rock Band Doesn’t Pay Its Sound Engineer?

This song is supposed to be a hardcore rock song. And though it has the punching anger throat sounds of any respectable hardcore rock song, it so obviously doesn't have anything else that quite resemble the music of core hards. Instead, the song is mixed with an EDM dance track. That's because the band didn't pay its engineer. Read More >>

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Trent Reznor Explains Just How Far Electronic Music Has Come

Nine Inch Nails frontman and music genius Trent Reznor gave a fantastic interview to the Fader, and it sums up just about everything about the state of electronic music and how we listen to it. Read More >>

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Dance Like Kinect Is Watching: The Interactive LED Amphitheater

'Tis the season for outdoor music festivals—which, traditionally, means days of sliding over mud-slick fields in wellington boots. But in Lyon, a group of designers and engineers dreamt up an alternative: a Kinect-powered interactive amphitheater that radiates light based on the footsteps of attendees. Read More >>