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The Musicians Who Knew We'll Be Cyborgs Soon

How late-70s and early-80s electronic pop from Kraftwerk, Devo, and Young Marble Giants warned us of our post-human future.
Joe Bucciero
7.11.17
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Studio 54's First Month Was Nearly a Disaster

Nicky Siano recalls how the fledging club struggled to fill its dancefloor despite a fabulous opening night.
Nicky Siano
5.17.17
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Actress: "My Saving Grace is I Always Try to Put Beauty in My Music"

On his new album 'AZD,' the British producer responds to rumors of his retirement with a complete overhaul of the way he makes music.
Anaïs Duplan
4.19.17
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Explore Your Dynamic Alpine Sexuality With This New Album and Immersive Art Experience

Artist Jordan Sarah and the people behind Rinsed and The Umbrella release a retro-satirical album and video.
Rachel Kraus
3.29.17
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Smalltown DJs Partner with Broken Social Scene's Lisa Lobsinger on an Escapist New Single

"Erased The Night" is a lush, 80s-indebted collaboration out today on Fool's Gold.
Alexander Iadarola
3.14.17
Dancing VS the State
Dancing VS the State

How Mayor Giuliani Decimated New York City Nightlife

As mayor of NYC from 1994 through 2001, Rudy Giuliani demonized nightlife as our city's bastard child in order to make things safe for tourists and co-op owners.
Michael Musto
3.6.17
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synthesizers

How A Retired Air Traffic Controller Became One of Canada's Most Unorthodox Electronica Artists

Robert T is the New Brunswick-based father of two with more synth gear than your local hardware store.
Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis
7.6.15
The Hoff
The Hoff

David Hasselhoff Stars in Epic 80s Throwback as Stereotypes Collide

Prepare to #TakeHoff!
Ziad Ramley
4.17.15
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Words

Archival Label Numero Group Want You to Remix an Obscure 80s Disco-Funk Gem

The Universal Togetherness Band's jazz-fusion track "Once In A Lifetime" was never released and almost forgotten-till now.
Ziad Ramley
2.12.15