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There are good songs to be found, but they don’t sit well as a cohesive body of work.
The group's second album attempts to shed the incorrectly diagnosed “dubstep” stigma.
Who threw that tan Granny bra? They didn’t have a cuter one?
"We have to keep challenging ourselves in terms of where we can take the songs and where we can take music and trying something new ...
For 45 minutes or so, three musicians and a computer “geek” unleashed a seamless stream of sound and projected imagery.
Twenty years later, both artists from this landmark tour are still producing new music.
Who's ready to dance on the ceiling all night long?
The five-piece might've been on point at Colorado's Red Rocks, but they absolutely slayed at the Joint.
Yet the sound is still very Prince.
A solid opening set from the Church and a performance full of vigor and joy from the Psychedelic Furs.
The record possesses few of the ornate, carnival-esque gypsy-rock flourishes that made the band an indie darling.
Drizzy punctuated his set with a drop-the-mic moment.
Bejar's muse may be unpredictable, but Destroyer's Poison Season has a singular focus—and cohesion—that’s delightful.
A Stones Throw Records artist who revels in creating retro funk/boogie tunes with the use of vintage synths and drum machines.
The Book of Souls returns the band to the Paris studio where it recorded Brave New World.