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Wednesday, February 19 2014

Tick, Tick, Tick: The Temporal Cost of Free-to-Play Gaming

Free-to-play game developers are playing a game of their own. The object of that game is to gain ownership of your time.


Tuesday, February 18 2014

Sam Roberts Band + Heaven’s Jail: 11 February 2014 - New York

At Sam Roberts Band sold out show, on the same day their new album Lo-Fantasy saw its release, people already knew the words to the new songs.


The New Unholy Alliance of Kids and Reality TV

Reality television has come for our children. And there’s not a damned thing we can do about it.


Lake Street Dive: Bad Self Portraits

Bad Self Portraits is another outstanding release from a really crucial and important group who is on the cusp of shedding its relative anonymity for bigger and better stages.


Phantogram: Voices

The bad-ass New York duo comes out with their strongest work yet.


Monday, February 17 2014

Dex Romweber Duo Announces New Album ‘Images 13’ and New Single “Roll On” (Premiere)

Dex Romweber Duo's gritty new single "Roll On" is a sampling of what's to come from the punkabilly pioneer's upcoming full-length Images 13, releasing 18 March.


White Jumpsuits, Catsuited Babes, Pornstaches and Other Joys of ‘70s Sci-Fi Television

As the idealism of the ‘60s congealed into the malaise of the ‘70s, TV offered us small bands of forlorn humans in tight suits, roaming the stars. These are the “the starlost shows”.


Lydia Loveless: Somewhere Else

With a graceful and gradual shift, Loveless has been carving a path toward a distinct sound. On Somewhere Else, she hits the sweet spot between where she came from and where she’s going.


Friday, February 14 2014

Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings: 6 February 2014 - Beacon Theatre, New York

Having beaten cancer, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings returned to the stage in NYC for a performance that was as invigorating as it was electrifying.


Camper Van Beethoven: Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart / Key Lime Pie

Robust and complete, both of these reissues are a welcome reminder that you didn't have to be punk to be a punk in 1980s California.


Tinariwen: Emmaar (Reviews) [12.Feb.14]
Irene Kelley: Pennsylvania Coal (Reviews) [12.Feb.14]
Jamestown Revival: Utah (Reviews) [10.Feb.14]
Et Tu, Utah? (Columns) [7.Feb.14]
Sun Kil Moon: Benji (Reviews) [7.Feb.14]
Parker Millsap: Parker Millsap (Reviews) [5.Feb.14]
Broken Bells: After the Disco (Reviews) [3.Feb.14]
Mark McGuire: Along the Way (Reviews) [3.Feb.14]
Emily Jane White: Blood/Lines (Reviews) [3.Feb.14]
Jake Bugg: Shangri La (Reviews) [3.Feb.14]
It’s Not Hip to Be Hip Anymore (Reviews) [31.Jan.14]
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