Award-winning fine art photographer James Rajotte transports us back to high school to relive the libraries, locker rooms, and gymnasiums that likely gave all of us the jitters at one point or another. "In these images I have attempted not only to show a school, but also to evoke feelings or memories of the anxiety or discomfort," the artist says.
Editor Vivian Host clues us in on why the Parisian duo that's heading the new French house movement (and is famous for DJing dressed as M&M's) tops XLR8R's annual Best of the Year list.
For bringing heavy distortion to the disco via “Waters of Nazareth,” a glitchy electro anthem of biblical proportions.Read more »
After a two-year period during which Nathan Means, Phil Manley, and Sebastian Thomson (a.k.a. Trans Am) resided on three different continents, the post-rock trio known for searing guitars and political fervor has reconvened and is ready to hit the road once more.
A North American tour is scheduled in support of their forthcoming album, Sex Change, which is both a sampling of what the boys were up to while scattered around the world and what's in store for fans in the future.
XLR8R presents the Best of INCITE Online, featuring two weeks' worth of the staff's favorite MP3s showcased at our downloads page during 2006. This week features a variety of genres, from hip-hop to house to downtempo, and includes a bonus MP3 from Swedish brother/sister duo The Knife. Happy Holidays and enjoy!Read more »
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