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Morning Roundup

Moog gets into the Inventors Hall of Fame, Jackmaster sells off his record collection, Steve Aoki's new video, and DJ Koze has a theory of why Jennifer Lawrence tripped at the Oscars

By Ken Taylor
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It’s taken a lot of years, but Bob Moog has finally been inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame. But that’s not all—we’ve got DJ Koze’s thoughts on Jennifer Lawrence, a Jackmaster record closeout, and one hilarious laptop performance from who-knows-where!

- A bit of an odd new video here for Steve Aoki and Rob Roy’s “Ooh,” whose remixes just dropped a couple days back.


- DJ Koze’s new LP, Amygdala, is one of our picks of the week, for sure. Here he speaks with FACT about the record and his theory on why Jennifer Lawrence tripped at the Oscars. (full story)

- Numbers head honcho and Glaswegian DJ extraordinaire Jackmaster is putting his record collection up on Discogs. Why? “Because I don’t play them anymore.” (full story)

- Finally! Robert Moog, creator of the Moog synthesizer and plenty of other groundbreaking music-making machines, has finally been inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame. (full story)

- This is guaranteed to be one of the more entertaining laptop performances you’re going to see in a while:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PPx8KADNzI


- Simon Reynolds’ classic tome on rave music, 1998′s Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture, is getting an update—and will hit shelves on June 20. (full story)