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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 ...

The Playlist: November

The Playlist: November

We honestly believed, deep down in the cockles of our hearts, that November would be a cold month of somber introspection leading into the holidays. Then the internet had to come along and decide that November was a month for flippin' awesome music. Prepare to rock your gloom away and then dance yourself silly with our four favorite new singles of the month:

Dive — Sometime

It should come as no ...

The Playlist: September

The Playlist: September

Autumn is kicking into full swing, but that doesn't mean new music is all dark and gloomy. September brings us one back-to-school-season party rapper, one cooing dancehall slowjam of a 90's classic, one driving wall of force and sensuality from Gotham City, and a steady electronic jam that slowly builds its heat from a robotic icy chill:

The Juan MacLean — Everybody Get Close

New releases from The Juan MacLean are ...

Record Review: The Rapture’s <em>In The Grace Of Your Love</em>

Record Review: The Rapture’s In The Grace Of Your Love

And lo, the prodigal sons do return.

The Rapture, a Brooklyn band widely accredited with the formation of the dancepunk movement of the early aughts, first broke it big with “House of Jealous Lovers,” which itself was one of the first big singles for DFA Records, the soon-to-be-massively-influential record label headed by James Murphy years before the blogs embraced his LCD Soundsystem sideproject. Having already flirted with nervous punk at ...

The Playlist: June

The Playlist: June

Summer is upon us, a time to relax on the beach and daydream about, well, whatever. Outdoor music festivals are starting to gear up for the season, and, most importantly, kids are dancing again. It is with all of that enthusiasm for the season of music-that-refuses-to-not-be-fun that we bring you our four favorite new tracks of the month: three from favorite artists gearing up for fresh new releases, and one ...

Record Review: Holy Ghost!’s <em>Holy Ghost!</em>

Record Review: Holy Ghost!’s Holy Ghost!

Of course Holy Ghost! have made a proper dance record. They're signed to DFA Records, home of The Juan MacLean, Hercules and Love Affair, Prinzhorn Dance School and LCD Soundsystem. At this point, it would be less surprising if DFA branched out into country music than if they were to release a thoroughly forgettable and derivative dance record. All the aforementioned DFA artists had something that made them unique – a ...

Record Review: French Horn Rebellion’s <em>The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion</em>

Record Review: French Horn Rebellion’s The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion

David and Robert Perlick-Molinari decided they wanted to make dance music. Realizing there was little to no dance scene in their native Wisconsin, the brothers set up shop in Brooklyn. Williamsburg to be exact.

This is the point where native New Yorkers groan with an expectant exhaustion, and with good cause. Williamsburg, once the last bastion of cheap urban living for broke artists in the greatest city in the world, ...

The Top 10 Albums of 2010

The Top 10 Albums of 2010

As the first decade of the 21st century approaches its final year, digital distribution is more important than ever in all forms of media. Record labels have claimed the internet was killing their sales for years, but savvy artists have figured out how to work it in their favor. Some of the best albums this year were released cheaply or for free on the artists' websites. Other artists pleaded with ...

The Top 10 Music Videos of 2010

The Top 10 Music Videos of 2010

As a commercial artform, the music video is nowhere near as prevalent as it was only a few years ago. Blame the dwindling music industry, blame cheap camcorders and YouTube for allowing anybody to make and distribute their own terrible videos, blame MTV for airing nothing by Jersey Shore and The Hills. Like all artforms after they've fallen out of fashion, though, the music video has been picked up by ...

Record Review: New Young Pony Club’s <em>The Optimist</em>

Record Review: New Young Pony Club’s The Optimist

New Young Pony Club hit the scene five years ago with a number of singles that got the hipster kids to leave the land of the wallflowers to burn holes in their dancing shoes. Debut LP Fantastic Playroom collected those singles in a single package much like LCD Soundsystem's first album. The fresh-faced Brits demonstrated a less-is-more approach that was refreshingly accessable, with calm-yet-driving bass lines, bright raindrop synths and ...