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Barcelona's dank Balearic beat maker John Talabot and countryman/house producer Pional have already collaborated to great effect twice this year -- see "Destiny," from Talabot's murked-out afterhours…   Read Story »
In September we toasted the best new bands of 2011. Bright futures for those guys! But come this time of year it's also important to remember the musical groups who called it a day. Some of these…   Read Story »
From the ashes of two bands -- Mike Skinner's the Streets and Robert Harvey's the Music -- comes the Dot, a collaborative effort from Skinner and Harvey that has already posted a series of official…   Read Story »
Every blog does a Christmas mix, so here's ours, with a small twist: All of these tracks are new for this year Xmas songs, not the classics or Sufjan leftovers. I've also included streams for charity…   Read Story »
Last week we brought you "Going Through Hell," the first released track from Mike Skinner's last album as The Streets. Diplo's remix completely removes the guitar hook and withholds Skinner's vocal…   Read Story »
We knew Computers And Blues, the final Streets album, was going to show up early next year. But Skinner recently announced a second album, called Cyberspace And Reds, that he'll release sometime…   Read Story »
Yesterday Jim McMahon posted a piece at The Guardian that focused on Mike Skinner's recent use of the Internet as a site for collaboration and inspiration (and included a random mention of Lightning…   Read Story »
Mike Skinner, aka The Streets, just Tweeted this "old song, new video" for a track he released via Twitter back in April 2009 (he also bragged about how quickly he finished it). As 24Bit notes, The…   Read Story »
This past Saturday and Sunday was the third annual Treasure Island Festival, on San Francisco's Treasure Island. We sent Josh Bis to capture the weekend in photos. sounds of buzz   Read Story »
@SkinnerMike's already shared an EP's worth of tracks via his Twitter. He just did three more: "A Blip On A Screen," "See If They Salute," and "Long Working Day." But if you prefer vintage Streets,…   Read Story »