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Spacelab Collective: June 12  

Spacelab Collective: June 12

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June 12, 2012
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Public Enemy are releasing two new albums this Summer: Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp and The Evil Empire of Everything. Check out of the new song “Get It In.” PE is back in full effect.
Tim Hecker and Oneohtrix Point Never are hitting this year's Unsound Festival and releasing a collaborative project on Mexican Summer's Software imprint label.
It's been more than a dcade since we heard new music from the great Deltron 3030 project fronted by Dan the Automator. Del the Funky Homosapien tells the CBC that's about to change: “The record’s done with one or two maybe small touchups…What I’m about [is] not changing any songs more like little, in between segue things,” said Dan The Automator.
The Electric Daisy Carnival happened in Las Vegas last weekend, and LA Weekly is running a series "Top Ten Awkward Electric Daisy Carnival Dance Move GIFs."
Cam Findlay used to be in Crystal Castles, and now he's adding to Kontravoid project with an expanded deluxe edition of his self-titled debut on Pretty Pretty Records. More at Exclaim.
Thee Oh Sees have a new album titled Putrifiers II that will be released on Sept. 11, and will tour with Ty Segall.
Passion Pit are doing up a U.S tour. Find out more at Pitchfork
Songwriter Daniel Johnston is designing skateboarding t-shirts for Supreme: "Supreme has teamed up with Daniel Johnston for a group of three original T-Shirts highlighting his highly original illustrative style. This group will be offered along with three other T-Shirts for the Summer delivery."
Chicago's punk music festival Riot Fest (a festival of riots?) started a Philly-based incarnation of their get together last year, now they're also going to land in Brooklyn, Toronto, and Dallas.
NME is now offering an apology to singer Morrisey over comments made in 2007 about his supposedly racist views. "We wish to make clear that we do not believe that he is a racist; we didn’t think we were saying he was and we apologise to Morrissey if he or anyone else misunderstood our piece in that way."


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