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by Tyler Gould

2 Nov 2009

Retribution Gospel Choir
(Sub Pop)
Releasing: 26 January

This is the second album from Low guitarist Alan Sparhawk’s peppier, poppier other band. Stream versions of “Electric Guitar” and “White Wolf” over at the Retribution Gospel Choir MySpace.

01 Hide It Away
02 Your Bird
03 ‘68 Comeback
04 Workin’ Hard
05 Poor Man’s Daughter
06 White Wolf
07 The Last of the Blue Dream
09 Something’s Going to Break
10 Electric Guitar
11 Bless Us All

by Katharine Wray

30 Oct 2009

Happy Halloween! LA-based band Sea Wolf just put out a campy, romantic video for “Wicked Blood”, and to round out the theme of the season, Sea Wolf will be contributing to a Twilight: New Moon event on November 6 at the Hollywood & Highland complex in LA with Death Cab For Cutie, Anya Marina, and Band of Skulls.


by Ashley Cooper

30 Oct 2009

The Fourth Kind, a provocative thriller set in Nome, Alaska, is the story of psychologist Dr Abigail Tyler (Milla Jovovich) and the videotaped sessions she made with traumatized patients. In the tapes, based on actual case studies, evidence of an disturbing alien abduction emerges. Spooky, no?

by Katharine Wray

30 Oct 2009

Jack Splash, who’s produced for industry heavyweights like Alicia Keys, Cee-Lo, and John Legend, has just released “In the Future (ft. Kelis)” from his upcoming mix tape, Heir to the Throne, Vol. 1. This track definitely delivers something new and funky. The synth beats urge you to sing along, whether or not you know the words. Club kids, make up some new steps for this infectious jam.

Jack Splash
In the Future (ft. Kelis) [MP3]


by Eleanore Catolico

30 Oct 2009

Listen to Air France’s reshaping of Brit-pop group Saint Etienne’s “Spring”, from their re-released Foxbase Alpha, at their MySpace. If you dig this song then be sure to get Saint Etienne’s limited edition 12” (only 200 copies available) through the band’s fan club.

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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