Larry Fitzmaurice

In Memoriam

Avicii Will Live Forever as an EDM Legend

The Swedish DJ and producer, who died at the age of 28, struggled in the spotlight, but his influence on EDM and its culture is permanent.
Larry Fitzmaurice
4.21.18
Interviews

MGMT Are Still Perfectly Strange

The band's fourth album, 'Little Dark Age,' is an '80s-indebted pop record that tries to celebrate through terrifying times. We sat down with Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser to talk it through.
Larry Fitzmaurice
2.18.18
Remembering Things

Burial's 'Untrue' Is a Mystery That Was Never Meant to Be Solved

10 years after its release, many have attempted to bottle the nocturnal magic of the enigmatic producer's second album. So far, nobody has.
Larry Fitzmaurice
11.3.17
Premieres

Chasity Belt Heads into the American West in the Video for "Stuck"

We went to Guitar Center in Times Square to hang with the Seattle band and... uh.... play some guitar.
Larry Fitzmaurice
9.12.17
Essays

LCD Soundsystem's New Album Makes Me Nostalgic for LCD Soundsystem

'American Dream' sounds great. But is there a deeper meaning?
Larry Fitzmaurice
9.8.17
Interviews

The Killers Aren't Dead Yet

Ahead of 'Wonderful Wonderful,' we talk to Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannuci, Jr. about growing up, how there are no good rock bands these days, and, of course, "Mr. Brightside."
Larry Fitzmaurice
8.23.17
Interviews

Me and You and Toro Y Moi and Everyone We Know

With his fifth studio album, 'Boo Boo,' Chaz Bundick gets more comfortable with himself.
Larry Fitzmaurice
6.26.17
PROFILES

The Return of Fleet Foxes in Indie’s Brave New World

Robin Pecknold discusses 'Crack-Up,' the band's first album in six years.
Larry Fitzmaurice
6.15.17
Interviews

Phoenix Are Still Hot on the Heels of Love

The French band's sixth album 'Ti Amo' channels "the true Italy, which is not something that you can really find."
Larry Fitzmaurice
6.8.17
Interviews

How Michael Stipe's Moogfest Multimedia Installation Came to Life

It's an audiovisual piece that features late Athens artist Jeremy Ayers and a piece of music by Stipe that is his first solo composition released to date.
Larry Fitzmaurice
5.15.17
Interviews

Perfume Genius's Big, Beautiful Mystery

On 'No Shape,' Mike Hadreas's songwriting takes a more ambitious, poetic turn.
Larry Fitzmaurice
5.8.17
Stone Cold Classics

Daddy Yankee’s “Gasolina” Is Definitely, 100 Percent the Song of the Summer

Sure, it's over a decade old, but if a song can somehow make Radiohead amusing, it deserves some sort of credit.
Larry Fitzmaurice
4.26.17
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