Catch LCD Soundsystem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Future, and more if you can’t get to Grant Park.
All hail Carla Azar and the rest of her experimental music cohorts.
We return to the inimitable Barcelona fest that dares you to try and take it all in.
The trio’s first album in six years offers plenty of new dystopian theorizing.
Experimental pop outfit will release a new LP via Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records.
Los Angeles band contributes a new track to label boss Danger Mouse’s first compilation.
The follow-up to 2010’s Transit Transit is expected next year.
New full-length due out in November, features El-P, Angel Deradoorian, and more.
Sharon Van Etten, The Antlers, Hot Snakes, and The Make-Up, too.
The sound of a revolution in motion.
It’s pretty wow.
Also featuring Autolux’s Carla Azar and stars of the film.