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  • 7 years ago

    God: Spiritualized made even atheists see that fraudulent phantasm on many occasions during the stroboscopic brain-bangs the act called its concerts back in the '90s. Similarly, Jason Pierce and Co.'s first three classic albums of gospel- and junk...

  • 7 years ago

    Ariel Pink and his Haunted Graffiti crew have been racking up hipster cred and media acclaim for a few years now with seriously wacked lo-fi pop. And though his last effort, 2007's Scared Famous, isn't the Los Angeles auteur's best effort (that wo...

  • 8 years ago

    The holidays are a time of family, schmaltzy Christmas commercials that somehow make you cry and, for music journalists, list-making. Lots and lots of list-making. Over the past few years, the availability of year-end critics' lists has multiplied...

  • 10 years ago

    Blessed with exquisite musical taste and an enviably large record collection, Four Tet (British producer Kieran Hebden) has maximized those assets over four increasingly accomplished albums while incidentally becoming the foremost proponent of "fo...

  • 11 years ago

    On its third studio album, Daft Punk lays on the irony as thickly as the distortion. Ditching the glittery nouveau-disco textures of 2001's Discovery, the French duo renovates the gnarly crusts of tweaked noise that animated the best cuts on its d...

  • 11 years ago

    Whether you consider her a peddler of precious, pretentious twaddle or an endless font of pure Icelandic genius, you have to give Björk credit for eschewing the safe option. No other platinum-selling diva has had the guts to forge such idiosy...

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