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Govenors Ball 2014 roundup

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Editorial, Featured Slider | 0 comments

After the rise and quick demise of All Points West festival across the river in Jersey, Govball quickly filled in the role as New York's premiere festival. And being the greatest city on Earth (editorializing a bit, but hey, this is an editorial after all), it certainly deserves a great festival.

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ACT LIKE U KNOW, Vol. 1: Action Bronson

Posted by on Jun 3, 2014 in Featured Slider, Features | 0 comments

I want to introduce you to a relatively unknown cat in the hip hop game and an individual with a huge personality. The dude is a character to say the least. If you’ve had the pleasure of both knowing me and my iTunes, this artist will come as no surprise—enter Action Bronson.

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The Black Keys – Turn Blue

Posted by on May 13, 2014 in Featured Slider, Reviews | 0 comments

Though Turn Blue is miles from Rubber Factory, it proves that they’re still willing to innovate and play with new sounds, not simply follow the track laid out by El Camino.

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For You Blue: 20 Years of Weezer’s 1994 Eponymous Classic

Posted by on May 12, 2014 in Featured Slider, Features | 0 comments

Aaron Pinto, a self-proclaimed, Weezer fanatic, helps us understand how and why their debut, "The Blue Album" is a classic

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Wye Oak – Shriek

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Featured Slider, Reviews | 0 comments

Anthony and Chris review the Baltimore duo's new LP, Shriek, which is a departure from their previous work - for better or worse.

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Mac Demarco – Salad Days

Posted by on Apr 2, 2014 in Featured Slider, Reviews | 0 comments

You should listen to Salad Days. Hear it out. At times fab fun, at times pretty nearly melancholy, it’s every bit quintessential Mac DeMarco. It’s as jizz jazz as you’re gonna get. It’s an authentic manifestation of a maturing.

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Cloud Nothings – Here and Nowhere Else

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Featured Slider, Reviews | 0 comments

Cloud Nothings has outdone everything in their career to date in the space of a 32-minute album. And here I was, thinking that that they’d take a similar career path to that of Tokyo Police Club – buzzed about one day, unable to follow up on the hype the next. Dylan Baldi has positioned himself as one of our generation’s greatest punk figures, a title no one saw coming a few years ago, though one thoroughly deserved.

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