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Julian Casablancas Makes Lou Reed and Stevie Wonder Mixes, Writes About Politics

The Strokes frontman adds new sections to his website

When Julian Casablancas first started talking about Tyranny, his debut album with the Voidz, he said it was a politically minded record. If the politics in question were obscured by all the surrealist art-rock, the Strokes singer added a new page to his website to make things clearer. Labeled “Politics,” the section functions as a hub for information that is, as Casablancas puts it, “helpful in understanding our current world better.” He provides works by Martin Luther King Jr., Noam Chomsky, and a whole lot more, with a little bit of his own commentary.

Casablancas also added another page called “Master Mixtapes,” where he provides introductions to artists he deems “universally cool super-champs,” including Lou Reed, Bob Marley, and Stevie Wonder. Explore over at his recently revamped site.