New Noisey series for Boxfresh explores the world’s hottest party scenes

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By Lost At E Minor in Video on Thursday 20 June 2013

Our friends at Boxfresh and Noisey want you to forget about the daily grind and just focus on the music and the party. Hey, we’re down with that. Airing in instalments on Boxfresh and Noisey from June, the Before Monday Comes series will be a musical journey across five interesting and up-and-coming party scenes in […]

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SPONSORED: Yours For The Making with Tensnake & Smirnoff

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By Lost At E Minor in Video on Friday 30 November 2012

Smirnoff has joined forces with German house producer Tensnake to help uncover extraordinary nights and nightlife ideas. Tell them your amazing nightlife ideas and discoveries on Twitter (@SmirnoffGB_IRE and @Smirnoff_DE using #YoursForTheMaking) and together with Tensnake, Smirnoff could help make your big idea happen

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Giana Factory: Trippin’

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By Jesper Friis in New Music on Friday 12 August 2011

I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Giana Factory play live a few times: it was fantastic, intimate and just a good time, something I think that comes across in their music.

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Digitalism’s new single, Blitz

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By Lost At E Minor in New Music on Thursday 11 November 2010

In the vein of their danecefloor classics Idealistic, Zdarlight, Jupiter Room and Pogo, German duo Digitalism’s new single Blitz is a complete rocker.

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Health’s We Are Water (Azari & III Remix)

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By Michelle Wilding in New Music on Friday 9 April 2010

I adore the band Health and am left fascinated by this glamorously bouncy We Are Water remix by Canadian duo Azari & III, who have taken it to outer house-space. It’s pure 80s late night disco at its finest. Ghost Buster meets Short Circuit, anyone?

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Classixx remixes Groove Armada

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Tuesday 23 February 2010

Remixer Classixx has produced a playful version of the new Groove Armada track, Paper Romance, replacing the hard four-to-the-floor of the original track with bubbling synths, skittering drums, and delicate, swooning guitars that bring out the passionate vocal takes from SaintSavior and Fenech-Soler. [Listen to the Classixx remix of Groove Armada]

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The Asteroids Galaxy Tour tour the US

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By Zolton in New Events on Thursday 4 February 2010

Copenhagen group, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, will be crossing the Atlantic this March for their first US tour of the year, blasting out their unique fusion of happy soul and kaleidoscopic pop. The tour will kick off at Philadelphia’s Kung Fu Necktie, followed by stops in DC, NYC, San Diego, LA, San Francisco, and band […]

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Om Records turns fifteen

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Events on Friday 10 July 2009

Om Records are turning the big fifteen and to celebrate they’re going to release the double disc, Om:15 album, featuring exclusive tracks from Radio Slave, Charles Webster, Crazy P, Atjazz, Fish Go Deep, John Beltran and more. The art on the record was done in collaboration with urban street artist, Sam Flores of Upper Playground, […]

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Girl Talk digs, errr, Beyonce

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By Zolton in New Trends on Friday 23 January 2009

We invited Greg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, who aside from being the DJ of the moment is also the remix whiz behind tracks from Beck, Tokyo Police Club, and Grizzly Bear, to give us a rundown on the songs he’s wearing out right now for our sister site, My Secret Playlist. He started off by […]

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Prodigy live

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By Francis Andrews in New Events on Saturday 27 December 2008

More than a decade of built-up expectations are going to be hard to deliver on. Without realising it, the years spent wrecking my eardrums with Their Laws and Out of Space inadvertently resulted in setting Prodigy the massive task of promising me the greatest live performance I would ever see. It had to be the […]

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Friendly Fires’ Paris: the Aeroplane Remix

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By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 4 December 2008

Hmmm, I don’t know if it’s the extra strong coffee I’m gulping down, or that faintest slither of feel good sunshine that’s creeping through the blinds, but this song is making me feel mildly euphoric, and that kinda works right now. Play it loud. Play it through headphones. And imagine you’re decked out in day […]

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Moby “My Secret Playlist”

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By Zolton in New Events, New Trends on Tuesday 8 July 2008

Welcome to the first issue of Lost At E Minor’s new email publication — My Secret Playlist — a weekly peak inside the MP3 collections of some of our favourite musicians, bands, and producers, giving us a rundown on their eight favourite songs or albums right now. For the first issue, we have a wickedly talented and creative producer and DJ. It’s, wait for it, just a little longer, nearly there. Ok, it’s Moby, from some otherworldly universe

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A musical prize pack

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By Zolton in New Prizes on Monday 23 June 2008

We have some signed Moby and M83 merchandise — CD, LP, posters, stickers — to give away, along with Jose Gonzalez iPod covers.

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Gnarls Barkley limited edition posters

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By Zolton in New Prizes on Sunday 13 April 2008

Clear some wallspace. We have three limited edition posters from a recent Gnarls Barkley show to give away to Lost At E Minor readers.

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The Count and Sinden

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By Ari Stein in New Music on Thursday 28 February 2008

For a garage-tech group to sign to the premier indie label, Domino, something is definitely going on.

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