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This article addresses the mediations of technologies and user experiences on the dance floors of Melbourne techno underground scenes. Interviewees for my doctoral research project recalled embodied experiences of a "second life", similar to computerised virtual realities but in the physical space of the party. This article argues for the application of Baudrillardian theory in the investigation of such experiences, contending that the chemical and musical object of electronic dance music isdoi:10.12801/1947-5403.2014.06.02.01 fatcat:eczjnc742nfa3jbebykq3ouv3y