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LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy: “If You Think Music Is Silly, Try the Film Business” (Q&A)

Does the former indie rock god – now a film scorer for Noah Baumbach – regret breaking up the band? He's still deciding.

‘Betrayal’: Theater Review

Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Rafe Spall play the three points of an adulterous triangle in Mike Nichols' smash Broadway revival of Harold Pinter's semi-autobiographical 1978 drama.

Stars, Amateur Filmmakers Explore New Worlds at Canon’s ‘Project Imagination’ Festival

Ron Howard, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and up-and-coming directors talk to THR about their inspirations for and how they were inspired by the endeavor.

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy Designs Actual Sound System

The four-stack club rigs, crafted to highlight the sound of vinyl, are meant to be arranged nontraditionally so that people can fully immerse themselves in the music.

HARD Summer Music Festival Makes Its Presence Known

The two-day festival headlined by Skrillex and Bloc Party could draw as many as 30,000 dance music revelers to downtown Los Angeles this weekend.

James Murphy on Dismantling LCD Soundsystem: ‘We’re Not the Rolling Stones’

The musician talks to THR about pulling the plug on his popular band and documenting their final concert in "Shut Up and Play the Hits."

Tribeca Acquires Rick Alverson’s ‘The Comedy,’ Starring Tim Heidecker

The film, which debuted at Sundance, will receive a select theatrical release day and date with a VOD and online launch.

LCD Soundsystem Doc ‘Shut Up and Play the Hits’ Headed to Theaters This Summer

Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch, whose Oscilloscope Laboratories will distribute the film, has said he admires LCD frontman James Murphy for knowing when to bow out gracefully.

Sundance 2012: LCD Soundsystem Doc ‘Shut Up and Play the Hits’ (Video)

The Park City at Midnight selection will have its world premiere Jan. 22 at midnight.

Arcade Fire Join LCD Soundsystem Onstage For Farewell Show at MSG

The two indie super groups team up for LCD's high-energy "North American Scum."