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French epic-electronica producer mentioned film work as a major new goal. Recounting a trip to Joshua Tree, he said: \" You just drive for an hour, and it's like being in a sci-fi movie out there, which was perfect for the kind of music I make.\"
The popular San Francisco fest, created and curated by Noise Pop, this year includes a buzzy, bloggy mix of EDM and chillwave, rock'n'roll and pop. As opposed to previous years, the split two day lineups (Saturday and Sunday) seem less rigidly
Norwegian six-piece Team Me blend prog and indie sensibilities to make music that bursts with energy and ebullience, recalling the work of acts such as Arcade Fire, Polyphonic Spree and early Broken Social Scene. Their debut album To The Treetops!
Indie rock + gaming = Pitchfork's new project Updated Pitchfork has already made a name for itself among indie music fans...This week the music site branched out (a little) by launching Soundplay , an interactive project that presents new video games
Watch a bunch of psychic children trash adults in the new music video by M83 For their most recent album Hurry Up, We're Dreaming , ethereal French pop band M83 has been releasing music videos starring a bunch of telekinetic children escaping from
M83 From Detroit indie-pop duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. comes this remix of M83's Reunion, off their recent album Hurry Up, We're Dreaming . The remix is a great, toned down version of M83's heavily 80s-inspired track...Jr. keeps the essence of the
White light, White heat The first time The Spin saw Jack White , he was one-half of an act called The White Stripes, playing to hundreds packed like rotisserie chickens into The End. The first time The Spin saw the Alabama Shakes ... well, it was
Curry/Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News Anthony Gonzalez. Staff Writer Published: 20 May 2012 01:49 PM This item originally appeared on Pop Culture Blog . There were moments of total greatness during that M83 show Saturday night at
Long story short, we coincidentally ran into a good friend who happens to be the biggest M83 fan we know. He's the kind of guy who owns all the obscure early B-sides and every 7-inch the French (or is it Spanish?) shoegazing pop band has ever
Playing Marathon Music Works Tuesday, 15th There is nothing more passe than getting pissy about your favorite songs turning up in TV commercials. Once "The Only Living Boy in New York" became the sales jingle for the Honda Accord, all bets were