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By Nate Jackson Sure, talk shit on his weight if you want. But in an EDM landscape filled with stoic, overly-polished, stereotypical Euro types, Bristol-born DJ Eats Everything is a big man who knows how to move. Should you be one of the fortunate revelers to watch him spin his pulsing, percussive m ... More >>
Rustie w/Mess Kid, Kilo Kish, Spaceghostpurrp Santos Party House Tuesday, May 15 Better than: Being in a quiet, big room. Glaswegian producer Rustie (born Russel Whyte) makes huge dance tracks that are helping define a new maximalist, everything-goes ethos in electronic dance music. The basement ... More >>
If you're on the Internet you might have heard of Klout, a pseudo-scientific way for measuring the slippery ideal of "online influence." Taking into consideration a variety of factors, it has (despite its often being utterly gameable and as a result off the mark) turned into a way for people online ... More >>
Ever since Hot Chip got home from its seemingly never-ending world tours in support of Made in the Dark, the English quintet has been laying groundwork for their next five years. Guitarist Al Doyle and synth player Felix Martin built their own recording studio. Vocalist and synth player Joe Goddar ... More >>
F2K is a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Track our progress here. The road to hell gets paved with charitable intentions and confused sexual metaphors.
The bi-monthly music and culture mag will take a bow with its final issue, which has Alicia Keys on the cover, on December 15th. Its run lasted 33 issues, according to AllHipHop.com. Founded in 2004, it was always a slightly quixotic venture, with a hard to pinpoint readership and identity--m ... More >>
In case you're just joining us, a little background. Today marks the 25th installment of Hugs and Kisses, a weekly column from UK-based music writer Mr. Everett True, author of Nirvana: The Biography (da Capo Press)--one more fucking book about one of the most overrated bands of the Nineties--and pu ... More >>
Does a black television network have a responsibility to do better?