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On Thursday night, Big Boi DJed a Coachella party in advance of his second reunion performance as Outkast (which was apparently much better, if you believe music critic Twitter) and dropped some…   Read Story »
Last month, Phantogram released their new album, Voices, which was preceded by singles "Black Out Days" and "Fall In Love." The band stopped by Letterman last night to play a song that wasn't…   Read Story »
Yesterday the synth pop duo Phantogram released Voices and stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to play two of its best tracks. They did lead single "Black Out Days" and "Fall In Love," which recently got a…   Read Story »
After a quiet couple years Phantogram came charging back last year with a series of songs expanding the duo's big, heavy synth-pop. You've already heard some of these, like the first single, "Black…   Read Story »
The upstate New York duo Phantogram seems poised to blow the fuck up this year, and that's largely on the strength of their sharp, arresting big-beated hit "Fall In Love." The song's brand-new video…   Read Story »
The two members of the upstate New York duo Phantogram, like everyone else in the known universe, are Bill Murray fans. And though "Bill Murray," a song from their forthcoming album Voices, isn't…   Read Story »
Even in the midst of headlining 40+ music festivals with the reunited OutKast, Big Boi and Andre 3000 both have new solo albums coming this year according to Revolt TV. And in the lead-up to Big…   Read Story »
Rising alt-pop stars Phantogram have a polished, synthy sophomore album called Voices arriving next month, and we've already posted the early tracks "Fall In Love," "Celebrating Nothing," and "Black…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
Thus far we've heard "Fall In Love," "Celebrating Nothing," and "Black Out Days" from Phantogram's sophomore effort Voices, and now the latter has a very flashy video. In keeping with their leap to a…   Read Story »