We’ve seen Thom Yorke and Four Tet collaborate many times in the past in the form of many Radiohead remixes and — along with Burial — the singles “Ego” and “Mirror” in 2011. Now Thom repays the favor through Atoms For Peace with this new remix for Four Tet’s “Pyramid.” The remix is specifically titled “rmx 1,” suggesting […]

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Last month, the ATG team celebrated Valentine’s Day with a writer-by-writer exposé of the number one love song of all time. This month, our tenderness has turned, and we’re taking a look at the Wario of love songs, the breakup song. Which homage to heartbreak reigns supreme? How do the breakups break down? Check out […]

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Pitchfork: Kanye West announced that his G.O.O.D. Music album will be released August 7th, and will share the name of his Cruel Summer movie released last month. Stereogum: Death Cab’s Ben Gibbard released a PSA in support of a Washington state referendum to defend marriage equality. Hypebot: Watch a New York group turn default ringtones […]

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NBC: Radiohead kicked off their trip to NYC for the season premiere of Saturday Night Live. JColeMusic: Watch the video for J. Cole’s “Daddy’s Little Girl,” off Cole World: The Sideline Story, dropping this upcoming Tuesday. We all love a bad girl. NPR: Beirut sweet, melancholy, and live on the World Café. TMZ: Sly Stone—once […]

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“Idioteque” is hands down my favorite Radiohead song, and as cliched as you may call me for choosing it, you can’t deny the originality of the instrumentation and the absolutely haunting feel of both Thom Yorke’s vocals and the droning synths. I bring all of this up not to post some new Radiohead (which would […]

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This post is so pretentious. MP3: Eric Sarmiento – “Alejandra Told Me” MP3: Radiohead – “Subterranean Homesick Alien” Love, Zack

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If you don’t already know, The Twelves are a Brazilian electro-pop duo that have been making waves in the indie world for their energetic remixes of blog buzz artists like The Black Kids, The Virgins, Radiohead, and Metric. They are technically flawless, and their DJ sets have built them quite a nice cult following. I […]

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past four years, you’ve come to realize that, like it or not, Kanye West rules the hip-hop genre with an iron fist. His samples, creativity, and antics enthrall you, whether you fell in love with “Stronger” and “Gold Digger” or whether you believe he’s just another […]

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