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Reliving Fandemonium on the Road to Utopia With Todd Rundgren and Phantogram

How an appreciation for adventurous rock music — and a couple of close encounters — made one week in May a double shot of euphoria when two class acts lowered the boom in the rarefied air around the Mile High City.

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Governors Ball 2016: Beck and the Strokes Deliver the Classics

The most intriguing moment of the opening day to Governors Ball came during an organ-only ballad from the Strokes.

Silas Valentino
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Alt-J + Phantogram Played a Sold-Out Madison Square Garden (Photos)

In just three years, Alt-J went from playing in the tiny Mercury Lounge to selling out the Madison Square Garden arena in New York. Phantogram came along for the ride.

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"A Matter of Balance": An Interview with Phantogram

Josh Carter may be one half of the noted electronic group Phantogram, but in a few short years, the group has gone from Barsuk signees to major label heroes. Carter walks PopMatters through the creation of their excellent new record Voices.

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Phantogram: Voices

The bad-ass New York duo comes out with their strongest work yet.

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The Return of Sir Lucious Left Foot: Big Boi on World Domination

"As long as the music is jamming, I’m open to it. It’s always about the search for that new sound, that new groove. This is how you keep music going. The art form, period. The craft of making the coldest shit on the planet. This is what I do, this is what I was put here to do, and I’m just getting started." -- Big Boi

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Capitol Hill Block Party: 20 - 22 July 2012 - Seattle

A weekend full of live music including performances by Neko Case, Aesop Rock, Major Lazer, Grimes, Cloud Nothings, Twin Shadow, Youth Lagoon, Thee Oh Sees, Doomtree, Father John Misty, John Maus, Porcelain Raft, Spaceghostpurrp, King Tuff, Blood Diamonds and more.

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20 Questions: Phantogram

The sample-based electro-rock sound of Phantogram is undeniably unique, as the duo's latest mini-LP Nightlife demonstrates, but when answering PM's 20 Questions, Josh Carter reveals to us a rather strong affinity for the works of Charlie Kaufman, a desire to travel through dimensions, and lists no more than 15 different discs that could potentially qualify as "the greatest album ever" in his mind.

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Phantogram: Nightlife EP

Saratoga Springs duo Phantogram find themselves under the bright lights once more with their third EP, but it's a less than stellar return.

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Phantogram: 19.May.2010 - New York

While Phantogram did catch the crowd's attention with fan-favorites like "Mouthful of Diamonds", "When I'm Small" and "As Far As I Can See", most of the show ended up being rather dragged out and uneventful.

David Reyneke
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