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by PopMatters Staff

25 Mar 2014


by PopMatters Staff

25 Mar 2014


by Cole Waterman

25 Mar 2014


On paper, a socially conscious, groove-laden hip-hop group may not be the most natural bedfellow for an act indebted to spaghetti Western motifs. In the melting pot of Detroit, though, such a blending of genres is a welcome experiment, manifesting in the music video for “POWER” by Passalacqua and Flint Eastwood.

by Sachyn Mital

25 Mar 2014


On a rare trip to the US, Iceland’s Sindri Már Sigfússon, aka Sin Fang, performed a few free shows including ones in Boston and in New York. Below are a few photos and a video clip from the New York, or “The Annie O Music Series presents a special evening with Sin Fang on Tuesday, March 11 from 6-8 PM at Chez Andre at The Standard, East Village”.

by PopMatters Staff

24 Mar 2014


Photo: Beat Market @ production set for 'Aviator 2000'

Today we are premiering the video for “Aviator 2000”, a track from Beat Market‘s 2012 album Red Magic, for which they are currently retooling a new version to more accurately represent their live performance style. As the group says, the story line of “Aviator 2000” is about being “lost in space for a while. We ended up on this new planet, unfriendly but beautiful. Then there was this unreal megapolis and these extraterrestrial lights flying everywhere around us.” Trippy.

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Searching for Wholesome Online Fun: LDS Gamers

// Moving Pixels

"While being skeptical about the Church ever officially endorsing video games, LDS gamers remains hopeful about the future, knowing that Mormon society is slowly growing to appreciate gaming.

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