It was during the height of San Francisco's disco movement in the '70s that DJ Lester Temple took a break from radio to plunge into the world of mirror balls, flashing lights, and liberating dancefloors. Quickly becoming a resident DJ at the iconic Music Hall, he would share nights with performers s ... More >>
[Editor's note: The Upsetter is a new weekly column exploring music news and pop history from a perspective that is both bewitched and bothered. Here, Andrew Stout will explode the old clichés of rock journalism to make room for some new ones.] Nostalgia's only purpose is to make us dumber -- to m ... More >>
Christopher VictorioChromeo at Treasure Island on Saturday Cut Copy Chromeo Death From Above 1979, Battles, Dizzee Rascal, YACHT, The Naked & Famous October 15, 2011 Treasure Island Music Festival Better than: Any wanna-be Studio 54 club experience The genius of Treasure Island Music Festiv ... More >>
By Tamara Rosado Despite that fact that they'd released their just album last June, the Virgins have already scored major media attention and acclaim. The band's rapid emergence from the hipper-than-thou New York fashion and art scenes and danceable New Wave meets Disco Rock sound have had critics ... More >>
They're young, beautiful corporate headhunters for the high-tech industry. How have they survived the crash of 2001? Simple: By partying like it's 1999.
For over 20 years Detroit icon Mick Collins has been rebelling against everything -- including rebellion
Drawing on a wealth of rock 'n' roll relics, the glam-rockers in Vue finally get their act together