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Electronic Edition: Exclusive Premieres From Blondes, Factory Floor, More
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Electronic Edition: Exclusive Premieres From Blondes, Factory Floor, More

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From the top left, clockwise: Rocketnumbernine, Steffi, Factory Floor and Francesco Tristano.

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NPR Music producers Sami Yenigun and Otis Hart join host Bob Boilen once again to douse listeners with another Electronic Music Edition of All Songs Considered. A lot of the names dropped in this week's program might not sound new to the show's European audience: As Yenigun notes, Brown University student and sample-manipulating whiz Nicolas Jaar continues to pack Berlin venues, yet remains relatively unknown in the U.S. Maxmillion Dunbar, a veteran of the D.C. electronic scene, is also bigger abroad.

The Brooklyn-based duo Blondes, however, is an exception on this episode. The group is rapidly gaining recognition here thanks in part to a recent nod from The New York Times' style section. On this edition of All Songs Considered, we introduce the duo's cover of German artist Harald Grosskopf's song "Synthesist." We've also got exclusive premieres from Factory Floor and Maxmillion Dunbar.

Keep up with NPR's electronic connoisseurs, Sami Yenigun and Otis Hart, on Twitter for a daily fix of non-organic jams.

Electronic Edition II: Blondes, Steffi, Rocketnumbernine

Maxmillion Dunbar's Max Trax For World Peace.
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Polo

  • from Max Trax For World Peace
  • by Maxmillion Dunbar
Polo
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Cover for Re-Synthesist

Synthesist

  • from Re-Synthesist
  • by Blondes
Synthesist
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Cover for Space Is Only Noise
Keep Me There
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Keep Me There

  • from Space Is Only Noise
  • by Nicolas Jaar
Cover for Yours & Mine

Yours

  • from Yours & Mine
  • by Steffi
Yours
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Cover for Humming Bird EP

Nobody Else

  • from Humming Bird EP
  • by Maya Jane Coles
Nobody Else
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Cover for Matthew and Toby

Matthew and Toby

  • from Matthew and Toby
  • by Rocketnumbernine
Matthew and Toby
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Cover for Idiosynkrasia

Idiosynkrasia

  • from Idiosynkrasia
  • by Francesco Tristano
Idiosynkrasia
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Factory Floor.
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Real Love (Optimo Remix)

  • from Real Love
  • by Factory Floor
Real Love (Optimo Remix)
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