If anyone suggests disco is dead, they clearly have no place on the dance floor — not back in the day, and not now either. And perhaps most especially not on May 10th at the Hollywood Bowl when HARD brings disco’s largest legends to smash the biggest disco ball in decades. The show will take place [...]


21 Nov
An homage to the Brothers Dewaelen greatest influence

The Brothers Dewaelen — aka Soulwax, aka TooManyDJs — return with another edition of their Radio Soulwax sessions. Following such classic installments as their Pin-Ups Mixtape/Video, an hour-long eye-popping homage to 70s boob-inspired album cover art, as well as their Under The Covers Vol. 3 mixtape, another audio/video mashup, Soulwax return with the aptly titled RSWX [...]


Toronto-based label Paper Bag Records is releasing another digital LP as part of their successful cover series, of which fans receive a free download. This cover LP spans twelve songs from David Bowie’s groundbreaking The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars album, which happens to be celebrating its 40th anniversary [...]


28 Oct
A twist on all things pop, finding the calm balance between the ‘60s and ‘70s and 21st century hyper culture

I’m pretty much a magazine junkie. For the ones that provide superior content anyway. Like Milan’s Pig magazine. As much as I like the immediacy of the web, nothing can replace the experience of walking up to a magazine rack, surveying the field, finding something that catches your discriminating eye and getting lost inside the [...]


Day 3 of the POP Montreal Festival picked up again after a somewhat slow day, giving us actually two Winners: Sebastien Grainger (ex-DFA 1979) and Winnipeg-based indie rockers Novillero. To continue with Madman’s daily updates of the Montreal POP Festival, and read a short Novillero interview, hit the Jump Novillero: Sebastien Grainger:

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