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It was probably about an hour into LCD Soundsystem's epic, nearly four-hour final show at Madison Square Garden that it occurred to me: If this were ever released as a live album, it could be the…   Read Story »
Maybe it's because I spend the bulk of my time reading and writing about music or talking with people who do the same, but as much as I love TV and movies on their own merits, the second or third…   Read Story »
It's now been more than two ears since we lost LCD Soundsystem. And it's not like the world has been deprived of James Murphy's music; he is, after all, a big part of why Reflektor sounds like it…   Read Story »
Samsung has some sort of new smartphone wristwatch. It sort of reminds me of something Judy Jetson would be into. To advertise this little gadget they have a new commercial made of retro-futuristic…   Read Story »
It's been a big week for DFA Records, what with Echoes celebrating its tenth anniversary and "All My Friends" getting thrown into the conversation of the Best Song Of The Millennium (and let's be…   Read Story »
About a week and a half ago, the sports-and-culture website Grantland crowned OutKast's "Hey Ya!" the "Best Song of the Millennium," an accolade awarded just before the tenth anniversary of the…   Read Story »
Last weekend, DFA Records celebrated its 12th Anniversary with a festival-type party at Brooklyn's razzle-dazzled Grand Prospect Hall featuring live performances, turntable sets, culminating with…   Read Story »
On Saturday, Brooklyn's gorgeous Grand Prospectus Hall hosted an anniversary party for the new millennial cool factory that is DFA. The label tweeted that they were expecting around 4,000 people, and…   Read Story »
It's kind of a stretch to connect James Murphy's most recent dismissal of an LCD Soundsystem reunion with the release of “Get Lucky", which happened within a few days of each other, but it's still…   Read Story »
2012 was the first full year without LCD Soundsystem since James Murphy distilled the fleeting essence of cool into seven-some comically heartrending minutes a decade prior. To remind us what we lost…   Read Story »