Posts tagged "dfa"

Favored Nations Soundtrack Summer Dance Party With ‘Amazon’ EP

With roots in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Australia, Favored Nations truly are a globe-spanning band. Assembled through a fortuitous series of collaborations, the…
By: Killian Young / July 1, 2014

Hear Leisure Connection’s Warm Remix of Shit Robot and Nancy Whang’s ‘Do That Dance’

DFA techno stalwart Marcus Lambkin, better known as Shit Robot, brought a delicate, weirdo-pop sheen to his From the Cradle to the Rave full-length debut…
By: Puja Patel / February 20, 2014

Hear Museum of Love’s Necromancing ‘Down South’

Pat Mahoney (LCD Soundsystem) gets in touch with his inner David Byrne on "Down South," the debut single from Museum of Love. His partner i…
By: Philip Sherburne / June 25, 2013

DFA Records’ 12-Year History Retold in 12 Minutes by LCD Soundsystem, the Rapture, More

Too Old to New, Too New to Be Classic is a predictably perfect title for a new short film about DFA Records. The label that…
By: Marc Hogan / May 8, 2013

Hear Hello Skinny and Hana Remix Larry Gus’ Wide-Eyed Psych Pop for DFA

Following last year's Silent Congas, the Greek-born, Milan-based psych pop shaman Larry Gus returns to DFA this June with Years Not Living, a steady-dripping dopamine…
By: Philip Sherburne / May 3, 2013

Hear Axel Boman and Petter Nordkvist’s Misty-Eyed Italo Groove ‘Outside Amore (Edit)’

Meet Sweden's Man Tear. Is their name supposed to refer to teardrops or tatters? Perhaps both. On their debut single for DFA, Axel Boman, Petter…
By: Philip Sherburne / April 3, 2013

Us v Them: James Murphy Sues DFA Cofounder Tim Goldsworthy

Where are James Murphy's friends tonight? Because there's one of them who might need to get served with legal papers.
By: Marc Hogan / March 4, 2013

Hear Barker & Baumecker Take Sinkane’s ‘Warm Spell’ to a Dark, Cold Place

Sinkane's Ahmed Gallab knows a thing or two about distance. He was born in Sudan, is based in New York, and he's toured the world…
By: Philip Sherburne / March 1, 2013

Hear Midnight Magic’s Weightless Disco Cut ‘Diamonds’

New York's Midnight Magic made their debut in 2010 with "Beam Me Up" (Permanent Vacation), a buoyant, joyful indie-disco number that still hasn't worn out…
By: Philip Sherburne / September 26, 2012

Control Voltage’s Friday Five

I’d hoped to spend this week talking about the new Pepe Bradock EP, the first in a trilogy from the extraordinary French house producer (and…
By: Philip Sherburne / April 6, 2012