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In that lost halcyon era known as the '90s, Cibo Matto were two Japanese women living in New York (plus, sometimes, Sean Lennon) who made songs, frequently about food, that borrowed from kitschy '60s…   Read Story »
Comedian/musician Reggie Watts co-hosts the IFC series Comedy Bang! Bang!, and he's used that platform to perform absurd impromptu duets with a number of celebrities along the lines of what he did…   Read Story »
Yoko Ono's video for "Bad Dancer," a track off her recent album Take Me To The Land Of Hell, might be the most diversely star-studded video of the year. Reggie Watts, Heems, Greg Saunier of Deerhoof,…   Read Story »
After an ambitious and awkward 90-minute production, the inaugural YouTube Music Awards have disappeared into a cloud of blue chalk dust. The ceremony, streamed live from a warehouse in New York,…   Read Story »
Grab some popcorn (but don't dare smear butter on that keyboard) and cozy up in front of your laptop screen because the inaugural YouTube Music Awards are going down this evening live from New York's…   Read Story »
Shit Robot aka Marcus Lambkin makes very nice Detroit-worshipping techno, and has a great knack for picking collaborators. As his track "We Got A Love" opens it sounds like the nephew to Derrick…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park hosted the eighth annual Afro-punk Festival, a two-day event offering gourmet food trucks, street art, skating and BMX competitions, and an…   Read Story »
The first music video that British comedian Pe­ter Ser­afi­now­icz ever directed was the amazing, hallucinatory one for Hot Chip's "I Feel Better." And now the director and band have teamed up…   Read Story »
Though the location has changed, the community feel of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival experience is still intact on New Jersey's Asbury Park boardwalk. Though nothing can match the vibe and…   Read Story »
After kicking things off with the "Secret Agent Man" video, the men of DEVO launched into their debut LP Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, 3-D glasses in place. They didn't stop until the album was…   Read Story »