Pitchfork Review: 100 Gecs and the Mystery of Hyperpop

Pitchfork Review: 100 Gecs and the Mystery of Hyperpop

This week we’re lending our feed to our friends at The Pitchfork Review podcast. On this episode, Pitchfork Editor Puja Patel interviews Laura Les and Dylan Brady of 100 gecs, a band that’s polarized pop audiences with their genre-mashing, glitched-out, Auto-Tune-infused style. The three also discuss the musical conundrum hyperpop, a recent term devised to describe other up and coming artists that are pushing the boundaries of pop music. But is it a new genre or just a Spotify playlist? Is it an internet subculture or a meaningless buzzword? And who gets to decide what hyperpop is, streaming sites or a select group of artists? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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