Only this past February did Parts & Labor, Brooklyn's DIY art-pop deconstructionist titans, celebrate their 10th anniversary by putting the kibosh on their econo, electronics-drenched anthemry. Their final spate of destruction was a blaze of droning glory onstage at 285 Kent. But P & L keyboard-sound-mashing architect Dan Friel can barely recollect the scene. "That whole day is basically a blur up until where we're doing the final drone, and it starts to sink in that it's the end of the set," Friel says. "We've made it through this 90-minute retrospective, brought up everyone who was ever in the band, and everybody starts tearing... More >>>