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For The Love Of Kat

The city reeks of the night, long into the morning. I never knew that before. My life consists of pre-dawn bedtimes, living the night as any respectable Detroit resident would. 1,460 more words

Welcome to Deitchland: After a Stint in L.A. Jeffrey Deitch Once Again Takes New York

The first thing I saw when I entered Jeffrey Deitch’s Oz-on-Acid fairly bonkers performance-stuffed party last Friday celebrating Live the Art—a brick of a coffee table book out from Rizzoli that documents the 15 years of his beyond wacky, insanely important art space, Deitch Projects—was the name of the impresario’s beloved bygone space done up in the font and design of a Brillo Pad. 892 more words

New Music: Museum of Love - The Who's Who of Who Cares

Starting out by remixing Battles’ My Machines feat. Gary Numan, and naming themselves after a Daniel Johnston song was a strong start, but founding member of LCD Soundsystem Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany (aka Jee Day sometime of The Juan McLean) have taken their friendship and made it (it being Museum of Love) a going concern, releasing their first self-titled debut album via DFA on October 13th. 134 more words

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Boxed In - Foot Of The Hill

Despite sounding like a new house night being put on in a dingy basement club in Leeds, Boxed In (real name Oli Bayston) is actually named after a claustrophobic Francis Bacon painting and, after collaborating with the likes of  187 more words

New To Me, Knew To You?

#365AOTD 264 "Sound of Silver" LCD Soundsystem 2007

I was up late last night watching “The Wolf of Wall Street” for the second time. I retired to the bedroom before finishing it. It is, after all, long as shit. 533 more words

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Review 20: Only time for a haiku

LCD Soundsytem 
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Dance-punk. Deserves praise
Original power beats
Set a pulse racing

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Revisionist History: 2007

Welcome to Revisionist History, a weekly series in which I debate, review, and discuss the music of my youth, from 1993 to 2014. This week:  1,912 more words

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