The Radio Dept.: Running Out of Love

The Radio Dept.

Running Out of Love

The Radio Dept. take on the political crises of the day with megalithic electronic epics, adding another essential release to their discography.

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Conor Oberst: Ruminations

Conor Oberst


Conor Oberst's Ruminations finds the seasoned folk bard in a bare room with just his guitar, piano, and harmonica to keep him company

Swet Shop Boys: Cashmere

Swet Shop Boys


Cashmere is a transatlantic hip-hop album that challenges representation of South Asian people in pop culture.

The Coen Brothers' 'Blood Simple' Beginnings

The Coen Brothers' 'Blood Simple' Beginnings

"Don't let the word "simple" in the title fool you: even with their debut feature, the Coen Brothers were already refining their idiosyncratic calling cards. "

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I Can Do Zat!: Anton Yelchin's 'Star Trek' Legacy

Remember how Yelchin wrestled with vampires, neo-Nazis, pirates, and adultery to earn his place as Chekov aboard the USS Enterprise?


Can markets be separated from capitalism? From money? From the disenfranchising effects of equating social power with money?

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Can Transparency Motivate Gamers?

Can Transparency Motivate Gamers?

"Transparency means that I can always find enjoyment in improving my personal high score when I play a game, whether or not I win or lose."

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Executes 'The Deed'

By playing The Deed, we find ourselves in the uncomfortable position of inhabiting the mind of a murderer.


Victor Von Doom enters a new and compelling role in the Marvel universe.

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