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  • A new age for New Age music

    A new age for New Age music
    In late 2009, noise-pop group Animal Collective followed up its critics-poll-topping album "Merriweather Post Pavilion" with a stopgap EP, "Fall Be Kind." It generated buzz for featuring the first-ever licensed Grateful Dead sample, but what was more peculiar was a curlicue of pan flute woven into the song "Glaze" and credited to Gheorghe Zamfir. Zamfir, as the Romanian pan flute musician is best known, was a ubiquitous presence on television in the '80s, peddling wispy flute albums. For many people, it was one of the first sounds that came to be known by the label of New Age music.
  • Year-end Top 10 list: August Brown

    Throughout the week and holiday season, Pop & Hiss will be presenting various top 10 lists from its contributors. What follows are the favorite albums of the year from staffer August Brown.

    Pitchfork Festival adds Guided By Voices, Neko Case, Kurt Vile

    The Pitchfork Music Festival, scheduled for July 15-17 in Union Park, added 14 bands and artists to its lineup Friday, including Guided By Voices, Neko Case and Kurt Vile. The additions include Guided By Voices and Neko Case to the...

    Pitchfork festival adds DJ Shadow, Thurston Moore, Superchunk, Tune-Yards

    The Pitchfork Music Festival completed its lineup Friday by adding 15 bands and artists to the lineup, including DJ Shadow, Superchunk, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and Tune-Yards. Also added to the festival July 15-17 in Union Park were Battles,...

    Pitchfork bands to hit up Wicker Park?

    The Pitchfork Music Festival alone is enough to make this a busy weekend for music in Chicago, but for the intrepid fan, it’s only the beginning.