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1.9.18

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.

5.25.17

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.’

11.8.16

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.

8.23.16

Factory Floor on Stripping Back and Returning to the Club for Their Latest Album

DFA's deadliest duo open up about their unerring commitment to ceaseless innovation ahead of the release of an incredible new LP.

8.4.16

Listen to The Juan Maclean's Glitter-Speckled Remix of Metronomy

They've taken on the English band's track "Night Owl," off their LP 'Summer 08​'.

5.12.16

Meet the Shit Robot Who Lives in a Castle and Introduced James Murphy to Dance Music

Irish acid house veteran Marcus Lambkin––who DJs and produces as Shit Robot––has led a rich and strange life. I hung out with him at his castle on the eve of the release of his new album.

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5.3.16

Black Dice's Eric Copeland Has a New Single That Feels Like Stepping in Hot Tar

The Black Dice member issues an adhesive track called "On" in advance of his new DFA LP, 'Black Bubblegum'

5.1.16

Lose Your Shit Over Shit Robot's "Lose Control" Video

LCD Soundsystem's Nancy Whang lends vocals.

4.22.16

Take a Black and White Tour of Europe with Essaie Pas' New Music Video

"La Chute" comes from the Montreal duo's latest album 'Demain Est Une Autre Nuit,' on DFA Records.

4.1.16

Longtime Underground Producer Gobby Debuts on DFA

'No Mercy Bad Poet' is out now.

1.8.16

DFA Signees Essaie Pas Are Your New Favourite Minimal Wave Group

The Canadian duo are the best thing since sliced Xeno and Oaklander. Watch their new video exclusively here on THUMP.

4.22.15

The Art of the Record Label Logo

From Sub Pop to RIP Society, here are some of our picks of the best music label logos of the past 25 years.

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