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It's always fun when Norwegian space-disco wizard Hans-Peter Lindstrøm emerges from his velvet-coated underground planetarium (which is where I imagine Lindstrøm lives) and gives us something that…   Read Story »
Todd Rundgren is the Pennsylvania-born studio-rock wizard who helped define how American big-money rock music sounded in the 1970s. Hans-Peter Lindstrøm is the Norwegian space-disco producer whose…   Read Story »
From Norwegian space-disco dance producer Lindstrøm's 2012 LP Smalhans comes "Vōs-sākō-rv," and a video by filmmaker Kristoffer Borgli, who captures two gangly, ponytailed, Nordic swimmer-teens…   Read Story »
It shouldn't be expected that Unknown Mortal Orchestra would be dolling out new tunes so quickly after the release of their excellent sophomore LP II and a lengthy tour with Foxygen and Wampire in…   Read Story »
"Swim And Sleep (Like A Shark)" from Unknown Mortal Orchestra's recent LP II is quaint and lackadaisical, all clean riffs and soothsaying vocals. When Norway electronic luminary Lindstrøm takes it…   Read Story »
Lindstrøm's remix of Charli XCX's "You (Ha Ha Ha)" flips the original completely on its head. What was once a Gold Panda track-turned-pop song is now a thick electronic disco jam with…   Read Story »
Grizzly Bear have launched a brand new Tumblr, which they will be using for announcements and to preview and debut new material. Its debut includes GIFs of scenes from their upcoming video for…   Read Story »
Norway's Lindstrøm and Todd Terje link up for gauzy, disco-tinged track "Lanzarote." The two have plans this year to tour together after a history of solos gigs to "try something new after many…   Read Story »
In 1959, Ornette Coleman released The Shape of Jazz To Come, a record with content almost as audacious as its title. Forty-seven years later, Coleman at least partially fulfilled his own challenge…   Read Story »
In an especially on-the-nose moment of Lynch-inspired marketing, Lana Del Rey covered Bernie Wayne and Lee Morris's American standard "Blue Velvet" for an H&M ad campaign recently. And now the…   Read Story »