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Last month, Sinkane shocked the world, and himself a bit also, in being pulled onstage by Usher to sing a Sinkane song ("Runnin'") in front of a confused (but excited!) SXSW audience. Your 'Gum crew…   Read Story »
Remember last month when we made a hand-wringing post about the death of the MP3 and thereby the end of the downloadable Monthly Mix? Well, fuck it -- ZIP FILE BACK. Thank you for your comments and…   Read Story »
Our SXSW 2013 coverage continues with a detailed report from that FADER Fort show that brought us Future, T.I., and of course, Usher + Sinkane + The Afghan Whigs. Jump in: Disclosure @ FADER Fort…   Read Story »
We'll have more on this when we post our SXSW roundup for last night, since your entire Stereogum staff was on hand for it, but something strange and amazing happened last night at the FADER Fort.…   Read Story »
Sinkane is a multi-instrumentalist who's worked with a laundry-list of indie rock names, and last year he released his slinky dance-pop solo album Mars. Now the German production duo Barker &…   Read Story »
2012 was the first full year without LCD Soundsystem since James Murphy distilled the fleeting essence of cool into seven-some comically heartrending minutes a decade prior. To remind us what we lost…   Read Story »
Darin and Greg Bresnitz are two twin brothers who work as DJs and event planners who also host a radio show called Snacky Tunes on the Heritage Radio Network. They've previously released two…   Read Story »
Ahmed Gallab has had a busy few months. Not only has he just released his debut record Mars for DFA Records under the name Sinkane, but his band played seemingly every CMJ showcase, sometimes…   Read Story »
Ahmed Gallab, a multi-instrumentalist who's worked with groups like Yeasayer and Caribou, just released Mars, his debut album as Sinkane. The video for his disco-tinged first single "Runnin'" is all…   Read Story »
Last week's CMJ Music Marathon brought five non-stop days of label showcases, journalism panels, and industry-fueled mixers to Brooklyn and Manhattan. Hidden among an overwhelming flurry of name-tag…   Read Story »