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1 Sep 2015 // 10:19 AM

iLoveMakonnen – “Trust Me Danny” (video)

iLoveMakonnen has just shared his latest video, "Trust Me Danny".

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Walsher Clemons - ‘Dancing & Praying’ (album stream) (premiere)

The young Chicago band add some welcome funk to their jam band music.

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Postmortem: Did ‘True Detective’ Do Justice to Latino California?

In its shift to the different psychosphere of California, the show’s second season perpetuated Latino stereotypes instead of giving us a deeper and truer examination of the Golden State

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Valley - ‘Sunburst’ (EP stream) (premiere)

Sweden can do no wrong when it comes to psychedelic rock, and Valley is the latest export deserving of some attention.

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Things Take Flight in ‘Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #3’

Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps is a solid addition to Marvel's big-deal Secret Wars crossover event.

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Riverside: Love, Fear and the Time Machine

Ten years on, Riverside remain as special as ever, and Love, Fear and the Time Machine is their truest work of art.

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Cacophonies and Heavenly Choruses: A Cure for the Classical Blues

Is there any term in any field that is more slippery or meaningless or that carries such impossible, historically artificial burdens of meaning as "Classical Music"?

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Kevin Gordon: Long Gone Time

A necessary soundtrack for these times: a reflection on America, mid-apocalypse.

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1 Sep 2015 // 2:15 AM

John Hulburt: Opus III

Overlooked Chicago acoustic guitarist finally gets his due thanks to this lovingly curated reissue of a private press gem.

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Corey Taylor Grumpily Sorts Through Society’s Rubble

Proclaiming himself, “The Great Big Mouth” Taylor’s third book takes a critical and shameless look at the state of society.

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1 Sep 2015 // 2:04 AM

Video Beast: Gooch

Gooch is a wonderfully sloppy and vulgar debut album.

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Acheiving a Space Age Utopia with Vinyl Williams

We spoke with psychedelic spa musician and visual artist Vinyl Williams about his new set, Into, along with theories of universal oneness.

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Computer Magic - “Be Fair” (video)

In the video for "Be Fair", Computer Magic's Danielle Johnson meanders through alien territory traveling space and time.

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Duquette Johnston - “It Was You” (video) (premiere)

A simple portrait of family life captures the soul of Duquette Johnston's track beautifully.

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Will Samson & Heimer: Animal Hands

Two well-regarded electronic artists come together for the first time as a whole with their debut full-length.

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31 Aug 2015 // 12:40 PM

Is Donald Trump Charles Foster Kane in Disguise?

Years ago in an interview with filmmaker Errol Morris, for a documentary project that never reached completion, Trump spoke of his love for the film “Citizen Kane,” the story of a famous and influential man who liked, as Kane himself put it, “to buy things".

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Kanaku y el Tigre: Quema, Quema, Quema

The Peruvian folk outlet release a more studied, atmospheric effort for their worldwide debut.

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Why ‘Empire’ Rules Network TV and You Should Pay Attention to This Show

Empire is the first one-hour network drama with a predominantly black cast to get a second season order.

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Dara Sisterhen - “Kids” (video) (premiere)

The young singer-songwriter ditches her child actor past for a very promising musical career.

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31 Aug 2015 // 11:11 AM

Destination: Disappointment, by Banksy

It is, you might say, a very short line from Great Yarmouth to Banksy’s “Dismaland". Or is it?

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Postmortem: Did 'True Detective' Do Justice to Latino California?

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"In its shift to the different psychosphere of California, the show’s second season perpetuated Latino stereotypes instead of giving us a deeper and truer examination of the Golden State

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