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opinion

The Best of the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York

We round up a few of the highlights from our month in the city.

opinion

Dancing Among the Ruins: The Highs and Lows of NYC Club Culture in the ’00s

Electroclash, dance punk, minimal techno, Motherfucker, Bunker, Mister Saturday Night, APT, Studio B, Centro-Fly, Plant Bar and many, many, many more.

opinion

More Songs About Painting and Food

Mike Rubin on a half-century of art and music commingling in New York City.

tv

Too Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic: 12 Years of DFA

In the latest film from Red Bull Music Academy, we turn our attention to DFA: the iconic NYC record label that got the indie kids to dance.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Kim Ann Foxman

A glimpse of the herculean love affair the vocalist and producer has with house music.

Lecture

James Murphy

The DFA and LCD Soundsystem mastermind runs through some of his favorite music

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interview

Interview: Jonathan Galkin on 10 years of DFA Records

The DFA impresario talks label business, remixes and heavily modified synthesizers.