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Death to Anders’ Futuristic Camera Lens

In art, period pieces have long given spectators a taste of what life was like in the past, regardless of whether the work was a film created in the early 1900s, an Elizabethan tragedy in the 1500s, or a mere thousand-year-old ...
 
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Run Dan Run

Imagine how barren the indie music scene would be if the process of attending college was nonexistent. It is impossible to count how many influential bands met in some dorm room, a class, or at an on-campus club while attending...

 
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Ports of Call Act Like Thieves

There is no need for me to stress the importance of atmosphere within music. Anyone who has heard any quality music, from classical works to punk or shoegaze, understands that it is a vital component in building up a dedicated ...
 
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Yelle It, Shout It

When covering pop music from different countries like France or Japan, I often wonder whether these artists place an emphasis on melody over lyrical content in their efforts to gain overseas exposure. While the internet has mad...

 
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Tacos and Lo-Fi Recordings: James Chapman’s Personal Castle

One of the many things I love about DIY artists is the sense of candidness I get when listening to them. Even better, it could be the smallest tidbit of information that brings upon this sensation. You know, the type of stuff t...
 
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CONTEST: Matthew Dear in D.C.

I am pleased to announce that we will be hosting another ticket giveaway. It is featuring an electronic artist who nearly defines artistic consistency. The winner will receive two tickets to the Matthew Dear show on Thursday, O...
 

 
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The Diverse Susumu Yokota

As multifarious talents continue to rapidly dwindle in number, it is becoming noticeably more difficult to find such artists who are able to conquer the fields of music, art, and film with successive force. Though it remains su...
 
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Johan Angergard: A Club, A King, and The Legend

Do they have April Fool’s Day in Sweden? I would hope so, as I am sympathetic for any country without such a glowing “holiday”, even if their music scene is one of the hottest in the world at the moment. Eithe...

 
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Twinkles, Wands, and Calculations from Polynya

Some bands just love talking about themselves. I occasionally receive one-sheets that contradict both their namesake and purpose in providing an accessible introduction to a particular artist, instead supplying a sprawling ten-...
 
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“Rich Girls” and Virgins

The Virgins have to be one of the most entertaining bands to search for on Google. The results offer up a large array of topics dealing with anything from Christianity to pornography. Hmm… it was quite interesting to see ...