In recent years, James Murphy has undeniably helped direct the hipster strata of New York music. DFA, the label that he produces with partner Tim Goldsworthy, is the Neptunes of indieland, lending guidance and technical savvy to a who's who of exploratory bands, from the Rapture to Black Dice to Radio 4. While DFA was fine-tuning those acts' dance-rock hybrid, Murphy found time to indulge his own disco-leaning alter ego,... More >>>