Colin Joyce

Features

In a Time of Isolation, Dance Music Offers Community Through Streaming

Amid coronavirus, dance music mainstays like New York club Nowadays and the label Mad Decent are diving headlong into streaming.
Colin Joyce
4.13.20
TV

In 'Hunters,' Revenge Against Nazis Is Messier Than You'd Think

Amazon's new Jordan Peele-produced series is a clunky meditation on the nature of evil.
Colin Joyce
2.24.20
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Breaking Down BigKlit's Riot Rap in 5 Songs

The Brooklyn artist is behind the kind of tear the club up music that makes you want to do things you'll later regret.
Colin Joyce
1.31.20
Film

David Lynch Lightens Up in His New Short Film, 'What Did Jack Do?'

Simultaneously a willfully silly dream sequence and a parody of cop shows, it's a monkey murder story done Lynch-style.
Colin Joyce
1.21.20
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Lil Peep Is the Artist of the Decade

In his short life and even shorter career, the rapper born Gustav Åhr became a voice for a generation of kids who shared his powerful demons and sense of doom.
Colin Joyce
11.6.19
News

Prince's Autobiography 'The Beautiful Ones' Has a Heartbreaking Story Behind It

A new piece in The New Yorker by the memoir's co-writer Dan Piepenbring explains the extremely Prince-ish way he was hired.
Colin Joyce
9.3.19
Internet Exploring

Here Are Some Beautiful Covers of Silver Jews Songs

In the weeks since David Berman's death, he's received tributes across genres from free-spirited artists like Animal Collective, Nothing, and Bill Callahan.
Colin Joyce
8.30.19
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Chillwave Was the First Great Genre of the Internet Era

A guide to the best songs from the late-aughts movement of hazy pop artists like Toro y Moi, Washed Out, and more.
Colin Joyce
8.23.19
Essays

Girl Talk Has Quietly Become a Great Rap Producer

A new track with Young Nudy is just the latest in a long run of excellent hip-hop singles that the mash-up star has been involved with.
Colin Joyce
8.15.19
News

Listen to Marc Maron's Moving Tribute to David Berman on 'WTF'

The podcast opens this week with a crushing appreciation of the Silver Jews songwriter, who Maron calls a "genius and navigator of the dark places of the heart."
Colin Joyce
8.14.19
News

Foster the People Is Peddling a Conspiracy Theory About Jeffrey Epstein's Death

Epstein reportedly died by suicide on Saturday, but the band insists he's "on a private plane to somewhere in the Middle East getting prepped for plastic surgery."
Colin Joyce
8.12.19
Remembering Things

Remembering the Time Slipknot Threatened to Sue Burger King Over Chicken Fries

The masked band's new album 'We Are Not Your Kind' makes this a perfect time to revisit their bizarre legal feud with a fast food chain.
Colin Joyce
8.9.19
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