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Music, BeatBox Tortured Soul makes house music live music; the Soft Pink Truth serves up electro versions of punk and hardcore

Tortured Soul makes house music live music; the Soft Pink Truth serves up electro versions of punk and hardcore

House is not typically thought of as organic, live music, but New York's Tortured Soul puts a wrinkle in that notion. The five-year-old trio (John-Christian Urich, Ethan White, and Jason Kriveloff) released its debut full-length, Introducing Tortured Soul, in 2004,…
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The Soft Pink Truth

What's punker than punk? Well, duh: an album of electro-pop covers of punk songs -- nothing pisses off a purist like swapping Marshall stacks for sampled blips and bleeps. But then, Drew Daniel -- ex-punk rocker, current Björk collaborator and…
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Soft Pink Sleuth

By many accounts, 2002 was the year of the bootleg, or "mash-up." These recombinant pop songs -- which fit, say, Christina Aguilera's "Genie in a Bottle" to the Strokes' "Hard to Explain" -- flourished in the viral environment of the…
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