October 18, 2011 -- At the hot new Williamsburg, Brooklyn hangout Cafe de la Esquina, a new outpost of NYC's famed La Esquina, SPIN and Pacifico teamed up for a night of gratis beers and gratis tacos, as outer borough partygoers enjoyed a crisp autumn eve. Jesse Cohen of Tanlines spun a dizzying array of tunes, from old school faves like Fun Boy Three and Luscious Jackson to cuts from his band's upcoming LP.
In 1978, Kraftwerk released The Man-Machine, an album that openly explored the intersection of humanity and technology. Nearly 40 years later, that examination is still underway, and the electronic-music community can’t seem to decide whether or not humanity’s ever-increasing dependence on technology is a good thing. Matrixxman a.k.a. Charles McCloud Duff is the latest artist… More »