DJ Pangburn reviews Boards of Canada’s existentially dark new album “Tomorrow’s Harvest.”
The Dublin-based producer Lasertom’s latest is a nice slice of retro-futurist electronic music.
Stupid internet content is Aldous Huxley’s drug Soma come to life.
Presidential hopeful Gov. Bobby Jindal can scrub all he wants, but he just won’t be able to eradicate stupid from the Republican party.
Thought the housing and dot-com bubbles were gnarly? Wait until the EDM bubble collapses.
The Olympia-based electronic music producer delivers some deep house grooves on “Creeper, Pt. 1.”
Another example of America’s surveillance culture spinning wildly out of control and into an Orwellian nightmare landscape.
Manning’s trial highlights the US government’s obsession with secrecy and the absurd lengths to which people and states will go to obfuscate and reinforce power.
Nevil Maskelyne was an early critic of patent trolls and pulled off a memorable hack to express his displeasure.
The long-awaited new Boards of Canada album, “Tomorrow’s Harvest,” is due out June 11. So there was a point to the Cosecha numbers station mayhem after all!
I’d like to know how much money was made on TV and online video ads during the Boston bombings coverage.
Solar Bears play a stratospheric live version of “Rainbow Collision” in their studio. Dig it.
Korine’s 1998 novel, reissued by Drag City, is like Donald Barthelme on LSD mixed with crystal meth.
The Brooklyn-based duo of Matt O’Hare and Brian Wenner have a live, psychedelic music video. Check it out.
The adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s dark and humorous novel “Filth” has a trailer, and it’s raunchy.
Sweden’s highly influential The Embassy get the (unofficial) remix treatment from the LA pop duo.