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While it'd be a bit of a stretch to call them a supergroup, the whole of London-based dance outfit the New Build is the sum of some pretty impressive parts. Centered around LCD Soundsystem guitarist Al Doyle and Hot Chip bassist Felix Martin, the group brought quite a pedigree into last year's debut, Yesterday Was Lived and Lost, and the fact that it managed to meet expectations—producing a set of ...   More
 
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 MATTHEW SINGER

Sasquatch! 2010: Seeing My Favorite Band For the First Time


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This weekend I spent three days in George, Washington for the Sasquatch! festival. Even though I've been back a few days, I'm still exhausted. I know this is a bit late, but finding the right words to say about Pavement—unquestionably my favorite band—was a little rough as I tried to catch up on lost sleep. It came out sentimental and a bit cheesy, but that's just the way life is sometimes. ...   More
 
Friday, June 4, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

LIVE REVIEW (Updated): LCD Soundsystem, Saturday, May 29 @ Roseland Theater


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This weekend, LCD Soundsystem graced the stage twice in the Northwest—first at the Roseland on Saturday and then on the mainstage of the Sasquatch! festival on Sunday night. I was there for the Sasquatch! show, and the band sounded incredible: Seven musicians onstage, totally locked in sync, taking songs ostensibly created solely by leader James Murphy and turning them into living, breathing ...   More
 
Thursday, June 3, 2010 Local Cut

LEAK WEEK: Dangerous Boys Club, "Future Sex" (Unreleased Demo)


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What does sex sound like in the future? According to the Dangerous Boys Club—a new quartet composed of members of Portland's always vibrant experimental underground—it sounds like a sci-fi movie shot in the early '80s. "Future Sex" gives off a serious Nexus-6 vibe, like if Rick Deckard chased four replicants into the underbelly of Portland only to trap them for four minutes in the disco ...   More
 
Friday, May 28, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

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