Thursday, April 2 2015
Yes, you read that headline right. Hot Chip's cover of the William Onyeabor's "Atomic Bomb" has been remixed by the supremely talented John Talbot.
Risk of Rain's most dangerous enemy is that ticking noise you hear in the back of your head.
As Furious 7 rapidly approaches, it's time to look back on the 10 films that created our concept of the car chase and its place in the modern action effort.
For a catchy Francophone folk jam, look no further than "Confédération", a tune by Québéc's own Le Vent du Nord.
The husband and wife duo Lowland Hum type their heart's song on a typewriter in the new lyric video for "Olivia".
Howard the Duck ran for president way back in the year of the American Bicentennial. His platform sounds just as good today as it did back then.
The latest album by the bi-coastal duo Big Little Lions is a set of pop-anchored folk tunes in the vein of the Lumineers.
Homegrown captures the weirdness of Austin, as depicted in music poster art from the hippie days to the punk days.
Greene won’t be pigeonholed, and his adventurous muse finds appeal in wider audiences each year.
With the 'gratuity' of music fostered by digital ubiquity came a renewed, exacting demand for magic artefacts.