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Daniel Lopatin, the Brooklyn synth wizard who makes queasy music as Oneohtrix Point Never this year, has been uncharacteristically quiet this year. Today, though, he's dropped two new tracks on us…   Read Story »
Daniel Lopatin could justifiably take 2014 as a victory lap, or just a break. His newest release as Oneohtrix Point Never, last year's R Plus Seven, was my favorite album of 2013, and it eventually…   Read Story »
In addition to breaking our hearts by breaking up, Death Grips also left Trent Reznor hanging by canceling all of their tour dates after they were announced as openers for the Nine Inch…   Read Story »
Brooklyn synth wizard Oneohtrix Point Never works in a decidedly non-commerical field -- queasy drone -- but he has still figured out a few interesting ways to get that money. In the past few years,…   Read Story »
I don't know if you guys knew this, but there are 17 new BeyoncĂ© videos this week. A lot of them are awesome, too. In fact, I had fully expected to write this column about nothing but the five best…   Read Story »
R Plus 7, the new album from Brooklyn synth wizard Oneohtrix Point Never, has been cleaning up on the year-end lists, and now director Jean Michael Boling has made an all-emoji video for its track…   Read Story »
Starting today we're rolling out the winners of the Gummy Awards, Stereogum & Videogum's annual readers' poll. Earlier this month we asked you to vote for 2013's best album, song, music video, new…   Read Story »
Determining the year's best albums is, admittedly, a subjective pursuit. But even more than an albums roundup, a list of songs is an intensely personal way to sum up a year in music. It is a process…   Read Story »
Since 2009 the Big Ears Festival has brought a massive slate of experimental music to Knoxville, Tennessee, and they've just announced their lineup for next spring (the festival occurs during the…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, New York Times pop critic Jon Caramanica wrote a piece about pop's Summer Of Smooth, about how many of this year's big warm-weather crossover hits were soft and breezy and…   Read Story »