Newswire: You wanted a hit, so James Murphy is opening a wine bar in Brooklyn

To understand how sarcastic and morose the former frontman of LCD Soundsystem can be, all it really takes is a quick scan of the track lists on the group’s three albums. There’s “Tribulations” and “Never As Tired As When I’m Waking Up” on the eponymous LCD Soundsystem, “North American Scum” and “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down” on Sound Of Silver, and of course the catchy, dance-inducing, yet very sad “I Can Change” on This Is Happening. So when James Murphy announces he’s opening a wine bar in Brooklyn, it should come as no surprise that the name he chose for it—the Four Horsemen—captures the cheerful notion of the apocalypse and its harbingers of doom.

As The New York Times reports, Murphy’s bar is set to open in early June, and will feature up to 350 wine selections …

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