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Music just lost a visionary who pushed sonic boundaries into dark, unexpected territory.
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Freekbass explains the "funktronica" sound and discusses his work with Headtronics, who recently appeared at Moogfest.
"Lounge (Closing Time)" finds Isaac Brock exploring the darker sides of romance and sex, coming up with a heady ambivalence that mirrors our own human experience.
It’s not surprising that the intense curiosity about Lady Gaga’s music and aesthetic is being brought into undergraduate classrooms.
After a memorable set with Devo at Moogfest, band members relax for a chat with PopMatters.
"Convenient Parking" embodies Isaac Brock's uniquely American fixation on the empty promises of the open road.