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In the face of facism, he showed industrial-strength optimism: The art of Moholy-Nagy at LACMA

6 days agoArts : Culture Monster

The optimism of László Moholy-Nagy is staggering. Here was an artist who, born into difficult circumstances in a small farming village in southern Hungary, turned 19 just eight days before Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated at Sarajevo in 1914, igniting the fuse of the Great War.  Moholy-Nagy...

Relive Your 2000s Music Dreams With This Mashup Maker

Think back to your iPod circa the mid-2000s, what music was on it? If you’re like the Gizmodo staff, you probably had a healthy mix of hip-hop, rock, and pop. 50 Cent? Yes. Franz Ferdinand? Absolutely! Evanescence? Don’t try to deny it. J-Kwon? Fuck. Yes. Read more...

Newswire: Band Of Horses, Franz Ferdinand, Midlake, Grandaddy members team up as BNQT

The brainchild of Midlake’s Eric Pulido, the band BNQT was first announced at the end of 2015, though it’s been slow going in terms of new information. The band was then known as Banquet and has since changed its name to BNQT while also finishing a debut album that’s slated for release on April 28. Show More Summary

Band of Horses, Midlake, Franz Ferdinand, Grandaddy & Travis supergroup BNQT announce debut LP, share "Restart"

BNQT is conceived and led by Eric Pulido of Midlake, featuring Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses, Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand, Fran Healy of Travis, Jason Lytle of Grandaddy with backing from other Midlake members McKenzie Smith (drums), Joey McClellan (guitar) and Jesse Chandler (keys). Continue reading…

Band of Horses, Franz Ferdinand, Grandaddy, Midlake Supergroup BNQT Announce Debut Album, Share New Song: Listen

At the end of 2015, it was revealed that members of Midlake, Grandaddy, Band of Horses, Franz Ferdinand, and Travis had formed a new supergroup and were at work on a new album. At last, the debut album from BNQT (shortened from the previously reported “Banquet”) has been announced. Show More Summary

Firefly 2017 lineup: Bob Dylan, Muse, Weezer, Chance the Rapper, Shins, AFI, Busta Rhymes, more

Also: The Weeknd, T-Pain, Flume, Miike Snow, Kesha, Franz Ferdinand, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Hamilton Leithauser, and more. Continue reading…

Le Trouble - Vampires

Sounds like: The Rural Alberta Advantage, Franz Ferdinand, Everything Everything, Karkwa Song: Le Trouble - Vampires What's so good? It didn't take long for Montreal-based Le Trouble to win me over with their brand of in-your-face indie rock. Show More Summary

‘2016 Was Our Archduke Franz Ferdinand

2 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

Our Top 10 Comments of the Week: Readers debate punishment for Russian hacking, the reverberations of several celebrity deaths and the fate in history of 2016.

Andrei G. Karlov Is Not Franz Ferdinand

Geopolitics shape events, not the other way around. The assassination does not upset Russo-Turkish relations.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame strikes a chord on social media - CNET

2 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

Social Cues: Also trending on social media are Archduke Franz Ferdinand and #ScroogeChristmasCarols.

World War 3 Has Not Found Its Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Rumors of World War 3 have been brewing all year, but the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria — which many blame for the incitement of World War 1 — is being called the historical equal of the assassination of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, whose executioner is currently being described by the media as... Show More Summary

This Isn’t 1914 and the Russian Ambassador to Turkey Isn’t Franz Ferdinand

2 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

After today’s shooting of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, a number of observers have been comparing the assassination to the 1914 killing of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the beginning of World War I. The idea seems to be taking hold: The...Show More Summary

Temples - Certainty (Franz Ferdinand Remix)

Sounds like: Todd Terje, Soulwax, Sebastian Song: Temples - Certainty (Franz Ferdinand Remix) What's so good? Yes, that's right, Franz Ferdinand have made a good, nice remix. They haven't just made a good, nice remix though. This is more than that. Show More Summary

The Buttertones - Colorado

Sounds like: Franz Ferdinand, The Walkmen Song: The Buttertones - Colorado What's so good? The Buttertones' "Colorado" is energetic and an all-encompassing surf rock anthem. This track waits for no one as it glides through a fast-paced beat and handclaps to boot. Show More Summary

Newswire: El Vy kicks off this week’s 30 Days, 30 Songs anti-Trump protest with a video game

Dave Eggers’ 30 Days, 30 Songs project, which is releasing anti-Trump music every day until the election, has already given us Death Cab For Cutie’s “Million Dollar Loan” and Franz Ferdinand’s “Demagogue,” and now it’s kicking off its second week with a new track from Matt Berninger and Brent Knopf’s group El Vy. Show More Summary

Newswire: Franz Ferdinand and Shepard Fairey team up for anti-Trump track “Demagogue”

Here’s something for anybody who wants to unwind on a Friday evening without letting go of the ball of Donald Trump-directed rage nestled in the pits of their guts: “Demagogue,” a new track from Franz Ferdinand. The song doesn’t mention...Show More Summary

Franz Ferdinand - Demagogue

Sounds like: The Jones Revival, Pixies, Kaiser Chiefs Song: Franz Ferdinand - Demagogue What's so good? Wow. Franz Ferdinand, dusting off their instruments for one-off return to the music sphere. To what do we owe this pleasure, youShow More Summary

Franz Ferdinand calls Donald Trump a “Demagogue” on new song — listen

The latest entry in the 30 Days, 30 Songs anti-Trump program tells it like it is.

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