Mixed Media

September 2016

Apoptygma Berzerk - “The Genesis 6 Experiment” (premiere)

Norway synthpoppers Apoptygma Berzerk are back with a new compilation rounding up their vinyl EPs.


Gayle Skidmore - “The Golden West” (audio) (premiere)

San Diego-based singer-songwriter Gayle Skidmore presents title tune from upcoming album (and coloring book).


Band of Skulls - “Black Magic” (video) (premiere)

Band of Skulls' "Black Magic" keep it real and true to the roots of rock and roll with the group's heavily blues-influenced sound.


Trentemøller - “Redefine” (Singles Going Steady)

Redefine" is haunting in a very grounded way, with the bass crystal clear, the snares sharp, and the vocals clean and slightly lethargic.


Jaga Jazzist - “Prungen” (Singles Going Steady)

Jaga Jazzist's new video sets up a twisting travelogue that grows darker with every frame.


The Marches - “Living Language Is Killing” (premiere)

The found-sound funk of the Marches returns after a six-year hiatus, premiering a complex, entertaining video ahead of the band's new release.


Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj - “Side to Side” (Singles Going Steady)

"Side to Side" is one of the most unabashedly infectious tracks Grande has put out, subbing her typically refined style of pop for something a bit less pristine, a bit sweatier.


DJ Shadow feat. Run the Jewels - “Nobody Speak” (Singles Going Steady)

DJ Shadow's electronic beats add an extra layer of cinematic thrill to the track, giving us the no-holds-barred musical catharsis we all deserve for sticking it out through 2016.


Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms - “Innocent Road” (premiere)

Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms meld together as a duo with the same naturalness as Chris and Morgane Stapleton.


Mouth of the Architect - “Fever Dream” (premiere) + Interview

Hear "Fever Dream" from the upcoming Mouth of the Architect LP, Path of Eight, releasing October 7, as the band takes us through the album in this exclusive interview.


August 2016

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'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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