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  • Thundercat’s “Them Changes” is Smooth and Hypnotic
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    Thundercat’s “Them Changes” is Smooth and Hypnotic

    Independent, multi-genre bass player Stephen Bruner, AKA Thundercat, recently announced and gave dates for his North American tour in support of his mini-album The Beyond/Where the Giants Roam. The album, which has already earned a spot on Punchland’s Favorite Albums of 2015 at 17 and won Pitchfork’s Best New Music Award is now available for purchase on iTunes, Bleep, […] More

  • Comic Review: Evan Dorkin’s “The Eltingville Club #1”
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    Comic Review: Evan Dorkin’s “The Eltingville Club #1”

    Once in a while, a comic comes along that makes you really think about the world. Don’t laugh, it’s true. As a matter of fact, some of the best questions and lessons in my life have come from comic books. Quite a few issues of Spawn and Ghost Rider make me wonder about things like “Am […] More

  • Review: Morly’s “Drone Poem (In Defense of My Muse)” Both Soothes and Aches
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    Review: Morly’s “Drone Poem (In Defense of My Muse)” Both Soothes and Aches

    Minnesotan-born and LA-based artist Katy Morely, A.K.A. Morly’s new EP “In Defense of My Muse” has been released today. And if the rest is as incredible as the titular track, I may have a new favorite artist. Though “Drone Poem (In Defense of My Muse)” is the only vocalized track on the release, it’s already one of […] More

  • Review: Kygo’s “Nothing Left” is Touching and Smooth
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    Review: Kygo’s “Nothing Left” is Touching and Smooth

    Norweigan DJ/record producer Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, AKA Kygo has partnered with South London singer/sonwriter Will Heard for a new single, “Nothing Left“. Immediately, the song draws listeners in with the duo’s smooth vocals over a gentle piano tune. This style continues even as the acoustics change to a more catchy (yet still gentle) tune. Almost immediately though, it’s the lyrics that demand the […] More

  • Telepathe’s “Destroyer”: Visions of Songs Once Done
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    Telepathe’s “Destroyer”: Visions of Songs Once Done

    Destroyer, the long-awaited second album from electronic band Telepathe, has just hit the market. Word of advice: save your time, save your money, save your eardrums. Upon starting the first track, the titular, tinny, and incredibly derivative “Destroyer“, my eardrums are immediately treated to an unbalanced mess. Tell me, when you listen, you notice that […] More

  • Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #4”
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    Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #4”

    Okay, before I begin the review, let me say this about the fourth issue of “At The Shore”. It is not a bad comic. It’s good. It’s just…not as good as the others. It’s actually better than most comics I’ve read. Okay? So, you can go ahead and put down the pitchforks. Keep the torches though, […] More

  • Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #3”
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    Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #3”

    Despite the earlier fears, Jim Campbell’s third installment in his”At The Shore” series manages to continue the wonderful tale of familiar personas in a peculiar world. Picking up from the end of the last issue, Marianne “Gabi” Muller and the rest of the gang head out to meet the mysterious “Professor”. This time, Gabi starts her story […] More

  • Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #2”
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    Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore #2”

    The second installment of “Angry” Jim Campbell’s “At The Shore” series continues to deliver a delightful mix of unconventional humor and interesting character arcs. Picking up where the last issue left off, the group remains trapped at the shore whilst Jorge (a group friend and secondary character introduced near the end of the last issue […] More

  • Yogi and Skrillex release strange music video for “Burial”
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    Yogi and Skrillex release strange music video for “Burial”

    London based artist Yogi and DJ Sonny John Moore (AKA Skrillex) have teamed up to release a new music video. Released on July 6, the video features a remix of Yogi’s “Burial” with Skrillex as well alongside some rather bizarre visuals, including the antics of several interpretative dancers and a man who appears to take his […] More

  • Chemical Brothers’ “Born in the Echoes” to be released on July 17
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    Chemical Brothers’ “Born in the Echoes” to be released on July 17

    Five years after the debut of “Further“, British electronic duo Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands (A.K.A. The Chemical Brothers) are releasing a new album. According to electronic music magazine Resident Advisor, “Born in the Echoes”, set to be released on July 17, will feature not only the titular artists but also guests including Welsh singer Cate Le Bon, […] More

  • Review: Strange Pursuits “Day Ravies-Liminal Zones”
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    Review: Strange Pursuits “Day Ravies-Liminal Zones”

    In my mind, good music is that which touches both the mind and the heart. Whether it’s that fun song you listen to on every roadtrip, the one that’s sure to raise your spirits, or that subtle, mesmerizing tone you need on those quiet, introspective afternoons, good music always makes its power felt. It’s for that […] More

  • Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s At The Shore #1
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    Comic Review: Jim Campbell’s At The Shore #1

    Comic book artist Jim Campbell, AKA “Angry Jim” manages a surreal and yet deeply personal charm the first issue of his “At The Shore” comic series. Beginning in a (presumably) late 90’s era art school, the comic follows the antics of the reluctant Gabi and her two friends Bernard and Dean. Immediately, the story establishes the […] More

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