Dubbed laptop rock, noise, minimalist techno, and disco punk (among other off-sounding terms), Grooves magazine covers a wide range of "experimental electronic music." The most recent issue includes profiles of DFA's Juan Maclean, the "goth-hop" pioneer Alias (Anticon), and reviews the emerging Oakland-based group n5md's Run_Return. Clearly geared toward electronic music heads, over 24 pages of reviews and a geeked-out section on the latest equipment make Grooves a comprehensive overview of the latest in the intersection of computers and music .
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