Essaie pas' New Track Is a Dissociative Dancefloor Exercise
The Montreal duo's ‘New Path’ is in part based on the paranoia of Philip K. Dick’s ‘A Scanner Darkly,’ but “Complet Brouillé” suggests hallucinatory abandon.
The Story Behind the Story of New York City's Last Great Rock Scene
Author Lizzy Goodman shares the stories of The Strokes, DFA Records, and Interpol that went into making her new book ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom.’
Juan Maclean and Shit Robot Team Up for a Politically Charged Analog Jam Under the Name Autofac
The DFA pair place a distorted 808/101 melody over a political speech given by Black Panther Party member Eldridge Cleaver speech in 1968—and right in time for Election Day.