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The Playlist: June

The Playlist: June

It's hot out! How does this always happen? Yes, Summer begins the third week of June, but we always expect a more steady increase in temperature with the blazing days in July, not this sudden ramp up to boiling the last week of Spring. NOT A RACE, EARTH!

Anyway, music! Boy, oh boy, are there some good tunes this month. Much like Levon and Barry or Jell-O pudding, first we ...

Record Review: Japandroids’ <em>Celebration Rock</em>

Record Review: Japandroids’ Celebration Rock

Let's talk about Japandroids for a minute, shall we? Odds are that if you already have an opinion on Japandroids, it's enthusiastically positive. The Vancouver duo exploded onto the scene in 2009 and brought with them a wave of unprecedented noise that was absolutely lacking in the landscape of contemporary rock music. Debut LP Post-Nothing felt immediately raw and unencumbered by pretention or ambiguous goals. In just over a half-hour, Brian ...

Record Review: El-P’s <em>Cancer 4 Cure</em>

Record Review: El-P’s Cancer 4 Cure

They wanna kill you. You're the cancer. You're the fuckin' problem.
You're the pollution. You're the issue that they wanna solve.
They wanna kill you. You're the cancer, how's that make you feel?
I should've stayed asleep. Waking up can get you killed.
So begins "True Story," the exact center moments of Cancer 4 Cure, Brooklyn rapper/producer El-P's third full-length album. Jaime Meline comes off as angry as ever, but ...

The Playlist: May

The Playlist: May

The termostat wasn't the only thing heating up this month. There's been a steady stream of awesome all May long. We've been so busy with all the amazing that May brings, we didn't even have time to update this very site! We're hoping the Summer allows us some more downtime (not likely) but for now, this last playlist of Spring should keep the party train rolling along!

The Hives — Go ...

The Playlist: April

The Playlist: April

So much good music! No time to chat about it! Look down, listen up, and go outside because the weather (here in New York, at least) has been nonstop delightful for weeks! Go, go, live!

Andy Dixon — YOLO (And It Never Comes or It Seems to But It Doesn't Really)

It seems like Andy Dixon (aka Secret Mommy) has been on fire lately, with what certainly feels like more art ...

Record Review: The Magnetic Fields’ <em>Love at the Bottom of the Sea</em>

Record Review: The Magnetic Fields’ Love at the Bottom of the Sea

There are several entire generations of snarky hipster snobs who can identify the exact moment they became aware of the Magnetic Fields—and, by association, songsmith Stephin Merritt. Some were drawn to the instrumentals used throughout Nickelodeon's The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Some were wooed by the dark humor of the musical accompaniment for Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" books. More often than not, though, it's some ...

The Playlist: February

The Playlist: February

February is not a month particularly associated with increased humidity—at least, not around here in New York. Nonetheless, these four tracks all slid their way under our headphones this month and steamed things up for us all February long. We're thankful it's the shortest month of the year, we're not sure we could've kept sweating like this.

Selebrities — Night Heat

This dank new wave throwback is no unfamiliar territory ...

Hey! Listen! — <em>Da Chip vol. II</em>

Hey! Listen! — Da Chip vol. II

Daft Punk changed the landscape of electronic music so drastically that it's hard to imagine modern dance music or club culture without Daft Punk. Everything that came after the debut of Daft Punk has been in some way indebted to the robotic French duo of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo. Sometimes artists feel it only appropriate to pay homage to their idols in their own works as a ...

Record Review: Sleigh Bells’ <em>Reign of Terror</em>

Record Review: Sleigh Bells’ Reign of Terror

The raucous and exuberant explosion of guitar thrash and sweet pop vocals scored Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells cavalcades of street cred and blog buzz when their self-titled EP was released in 2009. Their sound was unmistakable for anybody else at the time and seemed custom-tailored for commercial licensing in the very best way, but many critics felt their excitement wane with the release of the band's 2010 debut LP Treats, nearly half ...

Record Review: of Montreal’s <em>Paralytic Stalks</em>

Record Review: of Montreal’s Paralytic Stalks

Not counting compilations, demos, EPs, remixes and the like, Paralytic Stalks is of Montreal's eleventh studio album. As such, it's only safe to assume that most people who had any interest in Kevin Barnes' unique brand of psychedelic pop would've generated an opinion on the band by now, and the band has gone through so many stylistic movements that it would be challenging to choose an appropriate starting point for ...