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Brian Eno / Karl Hyde

In 2010, the announcement that Brian Eno had signed to Warp Records was an event. His decades-long history of groundbreaking electronic music had a lot to do with Warp even existing at all, so the fact he was going to be working with the imprint known for taking the torch in the 1990s and 2000s …

Faith No More Debut Two New Songs at British Summer Time Festival

It’s been 17 years since Faith No More released their last record, <i>Album of the Year</i>, but the band hasn’t exactly been dormant in the years since. …

New Singles

The Death Of Google Reader Opens The Door To A Smarter Subscription Ecosystem

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Julien Genestoux is the founder and CEO of Superfeedr. Superfeedr has provided a real-time infrastructure for RSS and Atom feeds since 2009. Julien is also a vocal open web evangelist and has been pushing forward the PubSubHubbub spec. Follow him on Twitter @julien51.</i><p>We all know that …

Nicolas Jaar’s Darkside remixes Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories in full

If you’re not a fan of original, there are several reworkings of Daft Punk’s new album <i>Random Access Memories</i> to choose from. The album’s been …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013

PhysicsWhy Do You Feel Lighter at the Top of a Ferris Wheel?<p>Author: Rhett AllainRhett Allain<p>EcologyHow Plastic Straws Slip Through the Cracks of …

A beautiful planetary trio on May 26

Jupiter (left), Venus (bottom) and Mercury on May 26, 2013, the closest three planets appear in Earth’s sky until 2021.

Astronomy

Exploring An Ever-Expanding Universe

Saul Perlmutter shared the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics for his discovery that the universe was expanding at an accelerating rate. Perlmutter explains how supernovae and other astronomical artifacts are used to measure the expansion rate, and explains what physicists are learning about "dark energy" …