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The Garden Festival & Electric Elephant – Tickets On Sale

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The Garden Festival and Electric Elephant celebrated their best years to date this summer, as the Adriatic coastline became the backdrop for must-see performances. TGF played host to Eats Everything, Metro Area, Danny Krivit, while EE debuted Carl Craig, Frankie Knuckles, …

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BOTW Playlist: Daughn Gibson

Topping off our week-long delve into the somnambulist, prairie ballads of Pennsylvania’s Daughn Gibson, the man himself put together a playlist of the tracks that have been informing his late night tales of small-town life. The eclectic nature of Gibson’s – real name: Josh Martin – selections should come

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BOTW Playlist: Close

Rounding out our week-long love-in with Aus Music and Simple Records leader, and DJ extraordinaire, Will Saul, we asked the much lauded producer to take us on a musical tour of his life to date. From his formative years in rural Somerset, growing up on a diet of Paul

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The Warehouse Project 2012

After closing the doors of their Store Street home on New Year’s Day, The Warehouse Project will return with a brand new venue. On Easter Sunday The Warehouse Project showcases its new venue with a marathon day and night event, with the leading names of the electronic music scene providing …

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Album Review: Fabric 61 – ‘Visionquest’

Released this week, Visionquest’s mix for Fabric is one of the most anticipated dance music releases of the year, and it doesn’t disappoint. The collective of Detroit émigré DJs comprising Seth Troxler, Lee Curtiss, Ryan Crosson and Shaun Reeves has taken stealth approach to dancefloor domination, but dominate it …

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Album Review: Axel Bartsch – ‘Experiment Musik’



If ever there’s a case for not being put off by an album’s title, Axel Bartsch’s Experiment Musik is it. Because once you’re past that, and the slightly oblique opener of the same name, there’s very little to fault in what’s the artist’s first solo effort.

In truth, there …

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Preview: Movement Torino Music Festival 2011

We at Planet Notion love a good ole festival to look forward to. So thank the high heavens for Movement Torino Music Festival. Already at the age of six, the Italian festival is paving its way to immeasurable popularity. Hosted over five days of round the clock activities between October …

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Field Day – The Notion Preview

If you’re in London and reading this website, you’re probably off to Field Day tomorrow. Most of us are too. Earlier in the week, we emailed all of our online writers and asked them what they were looking forward to seeing most. This is what we got back. (Please note

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Arnaud Rebotini – Someone Gave Me Religion

Our knees are raw: bowing at the altar of French electro since FOREVER, the Parisian sophistication of beats and dance music has never stayed silent. Since the turn of the millennium, the electronic pace has been with Europe be it siding with the hard-electronics and pop-house of Ed Banger, Daft …

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