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Album Reviews: Beirut: The Rip Tide Zach Condon's been wonderfully stuck in the past since 2006, when he first arrived on the scene armed with a ukulele and dreams of old Europe-- in 2011, though, he and his art suddenly seem especially out of place. In the five years since Gulag Orkestar became a surprise success, the dialog surrounding indie culture has drastically shifted away from flesh-and-blood odysseys like Condon's and toward synth textures and vague electronic sighs. (Arguably, Condon and the current crop of emotionally distanced indie stars share nostalgia for experiences not necessarily known first-hand, but that's another conversation.) What's more, many of his peers are in drastically different places, both aesthetically and commercially, since Beirut's last full-length, 2007's excellent The Flying Club Cup. Album Reviews: Beirut: The Rip Tide
Album Reviews: Aphex Twin: Drukqs Drukqs. Druck-kyoos. Drug use? Or just another one of the Twin's cryptic pranks? Album Reviews: Aphex Twin: Drukqs
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Explore: Shoegaze Shoegaze is a genre of late '80s and early '90s British indie rock, named after the bands' motionless performing style, where they stood on stage and stared at the floor while they played. But shoegaze wasn't about visuals -- it was about pure sound. The sound of the music was overwhelmingly loud, with long, droning riffs, waves of distortion, and cascades of feedback. Vocals and melodies disappeared into the walls of guitars, creating a wash of sound where n... Explore: Shoegaze
We Listen For You Before everyone and their mother decided it would be clever to do brackets for meaningless things, not related to Men's College Basketball this time of year, we had this thing called March Music Madness. The interface wasn't spectacular, it was hard as hell to seed, and impossible to get in everyone that you wanted to. This year, one of the folks that I would have pushed to be in that field of 64 would have been Kishi Bashi,... We Listen For You
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This 10-disc, 184-song mix is a survey of some of the best and most notable music from 2013. For an even more broad overview of the year’s music across many genres, I encourage you to check out the many lists I made in collaboration with Aylin Zafar, Caitlin White, Maria Sherman, Alex Naidus, and several other writers over at BuzzFeed. Ariana Grande “Honeymoon Avenue” / Miley Cyrus “We Can’t Stop” / Haim “The Wire” / Kanye West “Bound 2″ / Vampire Weekend “Don’t Lie” / King Krule “Neptune Estate” / Neko Case “Night Still Comes” / Sky Ferreira “I Blame Myself” / Laura Mvula “Make Me Lovely” / Beyoncé “Flawless” / Saint Pepsi “Better” / Disclosure featuring Ed Macfarlane “Defeated No More” / Maria Magdalena “CVMC (Cada Vez Mas Cerca)” / Phoenix “S.O.S. Fluxblog Fluxblog
Wired 14.09: Entertainment: Music: Beck interview on Guero Release a traditional 13-track cd? No thanks, says Beck. Instead, he serves up a collection of songs, remixes, and videos that fans can piece together any way they want. By Eric SteuerPage 1 of 2 next » Answer the following: You heard Beck's last album, Guero, (a) online as an unfinished mix that was leaked in late 2004; (b) as the official 2005 Interscope CD release, which contained most of the tracks on the leaked version plus a few new songs; (c) as the deluxe CD/DVD edition, complete with seven bonus tracks, a surround sound mix, and interactive video art to accompany every song; (d) in one of the many unauthorized fan mashups floating around the Net; (e) not as Guero at all, but as Guerolito, a commercially released companion piece featuring remixes by Diplo, Adrock, and Boards of Canada. Wired 14.09: Entertainment: Music: Beck interview on Guero
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Hot off the presses 60s folk rock performed with skill and accuracy, and actually sounding as if it were recorded in 1965, perhaps The Love Dimension really were born in the wrong decade Jowls have found a sonic niche which, if crafted carefully, will allow them to become one of the most respected and powerful punk/hardcore bands of this era. DOA DOA
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Blender Magazine | The Ultimate Guide to Music and More Also, Black Keys, fun., and Mumford and Sons win some stuff too. Photo: Larry Busacca / WireImage | Licensed to Alpha Media Group 2013 Last night at the Grammy’s, the Black Keys took home four trophies, fun. won for Best New Artist and Song of the Year, Mumford and Sons won Album of the Year, Frank Ocean wowed the crowd, Justin Timberlake brought sexy (or something) back, and Chris Brown shocked everyone by proving to be an enormous dick (who was that one guy who refused to leave his seat during the standing ovation for Ocean?
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Aesop Rock: Labor Days: Pitchfork Review Aesop RockLabor Days [Def Jux; 2001] Rating: 8.7 Your humble reviewer is not hugely invested in the state or the fate of hip-hop. A lot of folks are, though, sometimes to an unfortunate extent-- hip-hop spends almost as much time drawing lines and fighting over its own image as the punk and hardcore zines do, albeit more entertainingly.
Album Reviews: The Flaming Lips: Embryonic Over its seven-year gestation, Christmas on Mars had come to represent everything wonderful and frustrating about the Flaming Lips. As much as we loved the idea of Wayne Coyne producing a sci-fi flick in his backyard with hardware-store materials, the Lips' musical production became less frequent-- and less consistent-- during its making. 2006's scattershot At War With the Mystics tried to cut down on the lightness of their two previous landmark albums but was largely overwhelmed by cloying singles ("The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song", "Free Radicals") that felt like little more than excuses to shoot off their confetti cannons. The trio's desire to produce crowd-pleasing spectacle-- whether on stage or on film-- had seemingly taken priority over their desire to be a band.
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