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2004 Stories by Geeta Dayal

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  • Bobo's In Paradise

    published December 21, 2004

    Les Georges Leningrad Northsix December 10 After the miserable amorphous muck of some feeble neo-shoegaze openers... More >>

  • Listings

    published November 2, 2004

    Despite Barcade's industrial interior—a converted Williamsburg garage, complete with cement floors, high ceilings, and rough-hewn... More >>

  • Soundtracks, Pachinko Parlors, and Other Forms of Noise

    published October 26, 2004

    In British musician and critic David Toop's groundbreaking 1995 book Ocean of Sound, he sketched a crooked path through ambient sonics that... More >>

  • Boccie, Beer Cheese, and Deer Heads Meet Brooklyn Hip

    published October 12, 2004

    Let's face it: Conventional bar games like pool, darts, and pinball are a little blasé. Knowing this, a few more forward-thinking watering... More >>

  • Yury and His MagicBike

    published August 24, 2004

    Thanks to this week's protests of the Republican convention, the streets of Manhattan have become an outdoor gallery for the latest trends in the... More >>

  • Bikes Against Bush Gets a Flat

    published August 24, 2004

    Josh Kinberg, the inventor of Bikes Against Bush, the funky wireless bicycle that broadcasts anti-Bush text messages, was arrested this weekend.... More >>

  • The Week in Review

    published August 24, 2004

    It seems like everyone and his or her dog (literally—there's a group called Dogs Against Bush) is working on an RNC protest event. All sorts... More >>

  • Please Panic

    published June 29, 2004

    The Voice talked to Amelia Jones about her feminist re-envisioning of the avant-garde canon in Irrational Modernism: A Neurasthenic... More >>

  • Midnight at the Oasis of Haphazardly Looped Hallucinations

    published March 30, 2004

    Scholars believe Herodotus, back in the fifth century B.C., was the first to document the mysterious North African desert nomads now known as the... More >>

  • Mass Mentality: Cinematic Resonance Imaging

    published March 16, 2004

    While you relax and watch a movie, your brain furiously digests a complex AV rush. A close-up of a face might activate a part of the brain known... More >>

  • Callow Submarine

    published March 9, 2004

    In 2001, Liars rode the Brooklyn post-punk-revival wave with a ferocious debut that referenced PiL, ESG, and all the other cool acronyms. Then... More >>

  • This is your brain from the inside out. . . . Any questions?

    published March 2, 2004

    "I set out to track as many charts, real-time displays, and 3-D models of my mental life as I could find," writes journalist Steven Johnson in... More >>

  • Ablaze at All Angles

    published February 17, 2004

    Stereolab have always teetered between two poles: fierce, muscular guitar grooves and intense experimentation on one end; lithe, seductive,... More >>

  • Subtlety Und Drang

    published January 13, 2004

    Even the most notorious noiseniks show their softer sides up close. Take Lou Reed's infamous opus Metal Machine Music, for instance. Go... More >>

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