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!! OMG, LISTEN TO THIS: Veronica Vasicka’s Dekmantel 2015 Festival Edition XLR8R Podcast !!


Veronica Vasicka brings vintage synthesizers, drum machines and the in between to this eclectic mix to get you through the week. Check out the tracklisting after the jump!

Podcast 396: Veronica Vasicka – Dekmantel 2015 Festival Edition by Xlr8r on Mixcloud

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!! OMG, new Jessica Six video: ‘Down Low’ !!

Nomi Ruiz of Jessica 6 is one of our favorite singers and live performers. “Down Low,” a steamy dance track featuring Thodoris Triantafillou & CJ Jeff, highlights Nomi’s acrobatic vocals and gives us some extremely satisfying deep ’90s vibes. The track is the lead single from the new Jessica Six EP The Capricorn, released yesterday. Buy it on iTunes here.

Warning: The video has no actual no nudity, but isn’t really safe for work.


!! OMG, listen to this: Róisín Murphy ‘Evil Eyes’ Hercules and Love Affair Remix !!


We love the intricate production and evocative lyrics of Róisín Murphy‘s latest album Hairless Toys, and we knew there would be some great remixes forthcoming. Our favorite so far came today courtesy of Hercules and Love Affair’s Andrew Butler. Listen below, and buy the track exclusively on Beatport.

(via Stereogum)


!! OMG, how precise: Japanese violinist interpreting Mario games !!

Violinist Teppei Okada has a special interest in the Mario franchise of video games. He’s able to play a live soundtrack (including background music and most sound effects) to a game as it’s happening. We want to invite him to our next Nintendo-themed party.

Above he plays to the original Super Mario Bros. After the jump, watch him riff on Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World and Mario Kart.
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!! OMG, a contest: Hot Chip ‘Why Make Sense?’ !!


Enter to win Why Make Sense?, the new album from British quintet Hot Chip, featuring “Huarache Lights” and “Need You Now.”

The album is available now in iTunes. View upcoming tour dates here.

THE CONTEST: Which one of Hot Chip’s early singles was released twice in the UK, charting both times?

THE RULES: Please email your contest entry along with your full name, North American shipping address, and telephone number to contest@omgblog.com. All personal information is collected in accordance with our privacy policy.

The first three correct responses will win copies of Why Make Sense?! The winners will be announced on our Facebook page next week.