Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Lopatin’

Horizons: What, if any, are the Politics of Hypnagogic Pop?

Monday, September 28th, 2009

huge.84.423296The first thing I did when David Keenan’s hotly debated “Hypnagogic Pop” article came out in The Wire last June was log on to the Terminal Boredom message board–not because I read it all the time, but because it was the site where that debate began, as far as I could glean from a preliminary Google search. And the first thing I saw when I logged onto Terminal Boredom was a question that would make a really big imprint on my subsequent readings of the piece, partly because it was written in all capital letters and tickering from right to left across the screen:

Infinity Window: An Interview with Taylor Richardson and Daniel Lopatin

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Infinity Window is a bit of a game-changer. Not that there’s anything drastic about them, but listening to their atmospheric lull is bound to effect you. Try putting on “Artificial Midnight” on a late, dark Saturday afternoon with your friends, like I did, and see the change. If your friends are anything like mine, they’ll sink into the couch and won’t budge an inch. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t traveling.