Sounds like: Nicolas Jaar, Mount Kimbie, Atoms For Peace Song: DARKSIDE - Gone Too Soon What's so good? The title of this song couldn't be more appropriate: earlier this week, Darkside (Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington) announced that...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Burial, Atoms For Peace, Mount Kimbie Song: Lana Del Rey - West Coast (Four Tet Remix) What's so good? Well well, looks like Lana's pulled out the big guns on this remix, recruiting none other than Four Tet to put a spin on her new single "West Coast." Needless to say this version sounds significantly different to the original. Show More Summary
A music video from Atoms For Peace that could be a trippy take on Ozymandias: Atoms for Peace – Before Your Very Eyes from LEGS MEDIA on Vimeo.
Sounds like: Radiohead, Foals, Atoms For Peace, The National Song: The Moth & The Flame - Winsome What's so good? The Moth & The Flame are an indie rock band orginally from Provo, Utah, but are now L.A.-based. They currently have a stellar five-track EP out titled &, which was produced by Joey Waronker (Beck, Atoms For Peace). Show More Summary
Sounds like: Nicolas Jaar, Mount Kimbie, Atoms For Peace Song: St. Vincent - Digital Witness (DARKSIDE Remix) What's so good? What was once a horn-laden track with whimsical female vocals, has been transformed into a spooky, but still horn-laden ghost track. Show More Summary
Stimulated by early atomic optimism, naval successes and Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace initiative, four nations built ocean going ships with nuclear propulsion plants. The US built the NS Savannah, Germany built the Otto Hahn, Japan built the Mutsu, and Russia built a series of nuclear powered icebreakers. Show More Summary
by Devin William Daniels While 2013 is all but a memory, we’re not quiet ready to completely let go just yet. That’s because there was so much great music from 2013 that you didn’t see on the Grammy’s (if you call that music) or that you may have missed during the course of the year. [...] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
Featuring members of Wilco and Atoms for Peace, Reggie Watts, and more.
Finally, my chance to take on the chill on the Super-est of Sundays. Whether you’re winding down from the big game or watching the puppy bowl, allow these five songs be a relaxing close to your weekend. Included in this quick mix ofShow More Summary
The primary objective of this essay is to discuss the following three important and interrelated issues which are largely unaddressed by the media and pundits in the U.S. The second objective is to introduce relevant engineering andShow More Summary
1. The 60th anniversary of Atoms for Peace (and NEI, too) – President Dwight Eisenhower gave the Atoms for Peace speech before the United Nations General Assembly on December 8, 1953. I’ve heard different thoughts about how to date the...Show More Summary
A whole new side of the Amok standout.
On December 8, 1953, Dwight D. Eisenhower gave his forward-leaning Atoms for Peace speech at a gathering of the United Nations General Assembly in Bermuda. His vision for the world has not yet been realized, but remembering some of his thoughts might inspire some thinkers to take action. Show More Summary
(Video Link) Here’s a music video that represents an almost perfect synergy between band and filmmaker, a video that is so hypnotic to watch you’ll lose track of time as the rhythm flows and the visuals unfold. The song is “Before Your...Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: James Blake, Ghost Loft, Atoms For Peace Song: Flume & Chet Faker - What About Us [download here] What's so good? Flume and Chet Faker are in the midst of releasing their highly anticipated Lockjaw EP. Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Thom Yorke, Atoms For Peace, Flying Lotus Song: The Notwist - Close To The Glass [download here] What's so good? A couple days back, Sub Pop put a 15 second sample up on their SoundCloudShow More Summary
Zach Sokol says “animation nerds should melt in awe” over this new music video from Atoms For Peace:
Thom Yorke of Radiohead w/ Atoms for Peace earlier this month (more by Tim Griffin) Contemporary composer Steve Reich has premiered multiple works in NYC in recent memory, and he's now announced the New York premiere for his Radiohead-inspired piece...
photos by Autumn Andel Atoms for Peace / Disclosure / fans Giraffage kicked things off at noon during Saturday's stretch of the festival after an introduction from Noise Pop/Salty Artist Management's Chad Heimann aka Chad Salty, performing sample-driven dance music...