Imogen Heap Canvas Video

Posted on August 20, 2009 Under Music 1 Comment

Loving this new Imogen Heap song and video for the song Canvas. Awesome.

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Insound Classic 10

Posted on August 19, 2009 Under Music 1 Comment

Last year our melodic mates at Insound commissioned gifted designer Jason Munn to create the limited edition Insound20 line of posters, hoodies, and tees in tribute to 20 contemporary indie rock stalwarts including the likes of The National, Beirut, and…

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Radiohead x These Are My Twisted Words

Posted on August 17, 2009 Under Music 0 Comments

Just a few days ago, we heard little more than a peep out of Radiohead when the last British veteran of the Great War passed. Their tribute to him is still available on their site for a quid and all…

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Mute Math: Armistice

Posted on August 13, 2009 Under Music 1 Comment
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Circolo Degli Artisti

Posted on August 12, 2009 Under Travel 1 Comment

The club scene in Rome can be pretty lame if you stick to the most ostensible standbys, the places usually crowded with more done up travelers than actual locals. The scene in those places ends up being as superficial as…

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Nicola Conte @ Highline Ballroom

Posted on August 10, 2009 Under Music 0 Comments

Exactly ten years ago, summertime in every city was lit up for those listening by a warm weather anthem that wasn't a hip hop song or a club banger. The distinct bossa nova kick and the breezy female vocal of…

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Antony & The Johnsons: Aeon

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Music 0 Comments

Antony Hegarty's voice will give you goosebumps guaranteed. The tremolo and emotional croon is the kind of thing that can sound cheesy and over dramatic if it's not done perfectly. Thankfully, it is done perfectly. Antony and the Johnsons showcase…

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Battles @ Terminal 5

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Music 0 Comments

The term 'experimental rock' can sometimes conjure up images of unlistenable frequencies laid over even less listenable instrumentation, especially for those of us without the technical (and sometimes masochistic) craving for the likes of Frank Zappa or the Residents. Battles…

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Japandroids: Post-Nothing

Posted on August 4, 2009 Under Music 3 Comments

We often have to throw out our expectations when it comes two piece rock bands. From the circular smash noise of Lighting Bolt, to the dance pop vibe of Death From Above 1979, to Hella pre-expansion, there's clearly a lot…

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Wax Poetics: Brazil Issue

Posted on August 4, 2009 Under Music 0 Comments

One of my fave mags because it consistently introduces me to a fountain of new music that I wouldn't otherwise find unless I spent my free hours diggin' in the crates and hanging out with vinyl heads, Wax Poetics' current…

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