Pitchfork's Soundplay Game Jam: Chromatics, DJ set by Oneohtrix Point Never New Museum Wednesday, September 5 Better than: The day before Fashion Week. When I arrived at the New Museum for Pitchfork's Soundplay Game Jam, the first person I recognized was Daniel Lopatin. Not as random as the first ... More >>
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Some sad news for hungry potheads everywhere: Jeno Paulucci, a Minnesota food magnate who popularized pizza rolls in 1968, died Thursday -- just four days after his wife of 64 years passed.
The Meat Puppets' thirty-year journey can be divided into a trio of disparate trajectories: the mind-melting Deadhead-cum-hardcore desert-rock genius of their SST Records years (1982-89); the glossy, muscular grunge-lite of the successful major-label stint they enjoyed in the 90's (thanks in ... More >>
We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's arrival in New York City with videos, artist tributes, and old Voice stories. Already we've seen a stage-crashing, fruit-throwing Mods vs. Rockers brawl at one of Dylan's early electric shows and a glowing review of the kinder, gentler Blo ... More >>
We will, in the closing days of this wretched decade, list the Top Ten reasons why it sucked. Previous reasons here and here. 9/11 was a tough hit on everyone, especially New Yorkers. But everyone, even people who hated this city, wanted to see the city come back from it. And so we ... More >>
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