Mixed Media

August 2010

LXD 1x10 “I Seen a Man” (video)

A young tapper confronts his own demons through dance and joins the group of dancers invited to join the LXD in the series' first-season finale.


Ryan Montbleau Band - “Chariot (I Know)” (video)

Keep an eye and an ear tuned to Mixed Media each week until 9/21 for new videos.


Revolver - “Do You Have a Gun” demo MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Paris’ Revolver—yes, named after the iconic Beatles album—drop their new album on US shores tomorrow. Music for a While was produced by Julien


Working for a Nuclear Free City - “Silent Times” MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Manchester’s Working for a Nuclear Free City recorded their sprawling new album The Jojo Burger Tempest in an English warehouse and a French cottage.


Mose Giganticus - “The Left Path” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Mose Giganticus has the catchiness of Fu Manchu and Murder 1 combined with the heavy groove of the Sword and Seemless, with a dash of tasteful synth effects added to the mix.


Unicycle Loves You - “Mirror, Mirror” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Rather like the Beautiful South, Unicycle Loves You takes conventional sounding pop forms and puts clever, darker spin on them, subverting what you might mistake on first hearing for a classic AM radio tune.


Margaret Cho’s Cho Dependent Tour Begins in P-Town!

Margaret Cho is know best for her bawdy stand-up but on August 24 the comedienne will drop her first-ever musical CD Cho Dependent, featuring such luminaries


Blood Red Shoes - “Light It Up” MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Britain's Blood Red Shoes really does pump up the volume with genuine energy and vitality, all the while knocking out catchy and memorable tunes.


LXD 1x09 “The Fanboys”

A group of nerdy LXD fans push themselves and try to prove themselves worthy to join the group.


Johnny Cash Sings About a Flood (with help from Biff)

Unfortunately, floods are back in the news. Over 20 million people in Pakistan have been impacted by the high water and more than 1,500 people have been


July 2010

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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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