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The title track from Jamie Lidell's Compass had an unusually vulnerable vocal for Lidell, an attitude as well as stylistic shift. "The Ring" has Lidell's usual swagger intact, though, while the video…   Read Story »
Last time we saw Jamie Lidell, he was helping Beck (and Feist, some Wilco folks) reinterpret Skip Spence's Oar. The favor's been returned: Beck, Feist, and Pat Sansone of Wilco show up on Lidell's…   Read Story »
When not collaborating with Charlotte Gainsbourg on IRM, Beck continues adding covers collections to his Record Club. His (and MGMT and Devendra Banhart's) go at Songs Of Leonard Cohen included mixed…   Read Story »
After years being at the forefront of forward thinking electronic music, estimable UK indie Warp Records began branching out in directions you are familiar with (think: Grizzly Bear, Battles, Max├»mo…   Read Story »
Sonic soul sorcerer Jamie Lidell says this collab cut, from Simian Mobile Disco's forthcoming Temporary Pleasure LP, has been sitting in his vault with the title "Disco Fascist." And with a hook that…   Read Story »
By Scott Lapatine & Amrit Singh Saturday was mostly just your standard, hot, sold out, music-filled day at Lolla. Until Rage. Wilco were great and photogenic   Read Story »
On first blush we all agreed Sasquatch! pulled together one of the lineups to beat of this glutted summer festival season, which is why we're psyched that, despite not having made the trip…   Read Story »
Ryan Lott, aka multi-instrumental anticon electro-sound sculptor/singer Son Lux offers a remix of "A Little Bit Of Feel Good" that doesn't involve seducing a unicorn lady. Bummer! It also doesn't…   Read Story »
There is no unicorn lady in the new Timothy Saccenti-directed clip for "Another Day," but there are mimes, and that's enough reason for Jamie to suit up and don dancing shoes. It's hard not to smile…   Read Story »
The soulful junk jam we first encountered in a blue tinged LA garage is the first big single from Jamie's Jim, his new Warp opus next month. Lidell's got a strong foot in the absurd -- how else could…   Read Story »