Fred Miketa

Escape from planet Indie Rock

Brooklyn's dynamic proto-rock outfit Yeasayer reshapes the landscape
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With so many indie rock bands riding the wave of all things post-punk or psych–this and that at present, it's rare that fans of subversive music are able to listen to subterranean songs as a means of escape. Read more »

To the ramparts, robots

Daft Punk lead a righteous new French revolution
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Aside from having one of the most awesome health care systems in the world, the Louvre, and an overall sense of sophistication, France is responsible for Daft Punk's entrance into the world and the subsequent rebirth of a limitless club culture. Sure, we've got R. Read more »

Ask Dr. Rock

So you wanna be a DJ?
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ASK DR. ROCK Even local recluses know that everybody wants to be a DJ. From your cutty hesher bro who insists that his Uriah Heep tribute night is going to change the world to the fluorescent-T-shirt-laden electro-rave recumbents shredding away at their Sorato setups, the city is no stranger to DJ glamour. Read more »