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by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Formerly from Victoria, British Columbia, the garage rock trio Babysitter now calls Montreal home, and now have a new self-titled album coming out next week. As per usual, the band cranks out the heavy guitar jams that sound reminiscent of Crazy Horse and the Stooges at the same time, the riffs massive, grating, threatening to drown out the rest of the band. “Envy” is a great example, which you can listen to below.

by Sarah Zupko

24 Aug 2015


Ashley Monroe’s career is exploding this year and she’s rapidly moving to the front-line of a spectacular group of of female country singers. In this hour-long concert video from NPR Music’s Front Row, Monroe runs through material from her critically acclaimed The Blade.

by Evan Sawdey and Brice Ezell

24 Aug 2015


The appeal of “crowdfunded” art, facilitated by websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, is easy to comprehend. Crowdfunding allows artists to free themselves from the strictures that come from corporate and studio funding; if they can pitch their vision for their artwork to enough people willing to chip in, they can have total artistic control over the end product. That claim was made by director Zach Braff when he set up a Kickstarter campaign for his most recent film, Wish I Was Here. The crowdfunding model, so this pitch goes, democratizes the creation of art, allowing consumers of art to have a monetary stake in the creation of the art they want.

by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Raised in Claverley, England, Maisy Kay Kendrick relocated to Los Angeles with her family three years ago, and after being home schooled to allow freedom to pursue her budding musical career, the 16-year-old prodigy is starting to make some inroads.

by Adrien Begrand

24 Aug 2015


Nashville powerpop singer-songwriter Nick Flora is set to release his new album Futureboy in one month. As a great way to both drum up support and bring him closer to his fanbase he’s put together a great little collaborative video for the catchy tune “Take It From the Top” that features not only himself, but other fans around the world chipping in with their own lip-synch clips.

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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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