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Washed Out moved beyond "chillwave" to something sturdier on Within And Without. Toro Y Moi did the same via his Underneath The Pine. Now it's time to see if Alan Palomo can build upon the success of…   Read Story »
How did you celebrate July 4th? On a rooftop BBQ listening to our summer mix? Maybe you stayed in and watched old episodes of Hoarders on Roku? Maybe I stayed in and did that. There is no way to…   Read Story »
The single day, two stage Governors Ball brought Big Boi, Girl Talk, Empire Of The Sun, Pretty Lights, Neon Indian, Das Racist, and a Passion Pit DJ set to NYC's Governors Island on Saturday. It was…   Read Story »
We saw pictures and videos of The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne collaborating with Neon Indian's Alan Palomo. (There were also related Tweets about dropping acid.) The resulting 12-inch is already sold…   Read Story »
NYC-based label Mishka just released their lookbook for Spring 2011, and as with past lookbooks they recruited their favorite bands to model. Included in this year's roundup are Das Racist (the label…   Read Story »
Organizers just announced the lineup for the first ever Governors Ball Festival in New York City on Governor's Island, of course. The festival takes place June 18. The schedule isn't up yet, but…   Read Story »
No longer just a tease: Wayne Coyne and Neon Indian's Alan Palomo have been hinting at a collaboration between their bands over Twitter, and it looks like the two got together over this snowy…   Read Story »
From the cesspool of hashtags, overshares, and lunch-order updates that is Twitter comes a little something worth shining a light on, via the frequently follow-worthy @WayneCoyne account. (I haven't…   Read Story »
I'm used to people covering Neon Indian, but here's chillwave's biggest Marc Bolan fan putting his spin on T. Rex's "Children Of The Revolution." The track won't see an official release, but Fat…   Read Story »
IFC.com just premiered Neon Indian's video for "Mind, Drips." The coolest part of the video are the undulating waves of color, achieved with a piece of technology that the directors invented, the LZX…   Read Story »