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ELECTRIC KINGDOM: Dave Betamax on 1.27.11 from 9:30-11PM
By Amber Robertson posted Jan 25, 2011 at 05:37 PM

 

 

Dave Betamax is a mystery wrapped in an enigma, a man that sits in a dark room beyond an unsolvable maze. Dave has been producing and DJ'ing since 2002. Spanning many genres from Ambient to Jungle and everywhere in between. Smut + Bass Records was founded by Betamax in 2009 and now has a roster of many talented artists and is always expanding. Playing alongside artists like King Cannibal, 16 Bit, AK1200, Prefuse 73, DJ Chefal, Distance, Von D, Nick Argon and more, nothing phases this robot. Now he is releasing his debut album, Dissolved on his imprint of Smut + Bass. Dissolved is a journey into a cold, lifeless town filled with the ghosts of ex-lovers and friends. Touching upon Future Garage with hints of Techno and Dub, Dissolved is a critique on human behavior but also a look into the life of a robot trying to find his way. Dissolved is for those who are fans of Aphex Twin, Burial, 2562, Phaeleh, Martyn, Shackleton and Scuba.

 

Dissolved releases on Smut+Bass Records February 1st on iTunes, Amazon and in your local record shop.





In the Spotlight: Prepare to GROW
By posted Jan 25, 2011 at 03:06 PM

 

GROW is a music and art event created, produced and developed completely by artists.  Following the theme and energy of the event “Rebirth: The Future of Miami” which occurred at Churchill's Pub during Art Basel, GROW is the second installment of the series focused on showcasing the ever-evolving art- and music-makers of Miami’s present and future. Taking place at the Awarehouse, this event is certain to thrive with energetic and eclectic local artists collaborating for a greater cause.



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Cool Things About This Week (music video edition) /// January 24th
By Giovanna Stallings-Blanche posted Jan 24, 2011 at 04:19 PM

 

Get out yer pocket planners! It's time to pencil in all the cool things about this week, don't take them for granted!

Kathleen and I are switching off writing this, so think of it as double the trouble, double the fun, MUSIC VIDEO EDITION. 



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Things I’ve Learned from the Internet So Far
By Kathleen Elise posted Jan 22, 2011 at 08:52 PM

 

Once again, we bring you an amusing but incomplete look at some of the wonders the Internet has brought us this week. Read on for a new Crystal Castles video, the lineup for Coachella (and several Fauxchella lineups), and info on a new show being filmed in Miami.



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By Duncan Ross posted Jan 22, 2011 at 05:26 PM

 

 

 

Are you obsessed with WVUM? Do you need to know what we're doing at every minute? Do you feel the need to text us in the middle of the night...just to tell us you approve or what you want to hear? Well now you can. follow our playlists on twitter @WVUMplaylist or our news and events @WVUM_905. You can also text us now at 786-30-WVUM-1. Tell us what you want to hear or if you like what you're hearing. We'll get right back to you...but we might wait a couple of minutes so we don't look desperate.





Seamus 2011 Interview Download
By Amber Robertson posted Jan 22, 2011 at 02:05 PM

 

 

On January 20th, Amber interviewed Jon Appleton and Max Mathews, who can be considered the fathers of electronic music creation on a computer. They share stories about their careers, which have spanned more than half a decade. Download the interview here





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