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MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Blake Dahlinger (I The Mighty)

I The Mighty are an alternative rock band based in California. They released their debut back in 2010 and their following has been growing steadily ever since. The release of the Karma Never Sleeps EP marked a turning point for the band as they began

FREE REVERB PLUGIN! (Reverb.com)

Online gear marketplace Reverb.com has released Reverb Solo – a free one-knob reverb plugin, created in partnership with Acon Digital. Here’s what they have to say about it: “From bright, nearly slap-back echo, to elongated cavernous rumbles, this first partnership between Acon Digital and Reverb.com

Britney Spears – “Make Me” ft. G-Eazy (official audio)

“Make Me” is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears featuring rapper G-Eazy for Spears’ upcoming ninth studio album. The song was finally released on July 14, 2016, after being delayed due to production difficulties. In March 2015, Spears reported that she was recording new material

Dance Gavin Dance Fall North American Tour

Yesterday, Dance Gavin Dance announced their Fall 2016 US Tour! This run will be right before their 10 Year Anniversary UK/EU Tour with Good Tiger (and performances with Jonny Craig and Kurt Travis). Check out the dates for both tours below and be sure to grab tickets before

TECHNOLOGY Tuesday #35 – So You Want to be a Pokémon Master?

*Update: *The Green pulse does not actually relate to the direction the Pokémon is in. Only that the nearby Pokémon list is repopulating. I’ve changed #4 to a different (more accurate) way of finding nearby Pokémon. *added #6 So unless you’ve been living under a rock or haven’t

MUST SEE! Monday #33 – Supermarkets banned from throwing away food in France

Supermarkets in France have been banned from throwing away spoiled or unsold food. The new law was generated after a petition was created by Courbevoie Councillor Arash Derambarsh. As a result, the supermarkets are now required to sign a donation deal with charities who will

IN SESSION: BORIS (mixmag)

Rip-roaring techno from the Berghain linchpin Boris will often helm the controls of Berghain for marathon sets that stretch from night into morning and on to afternoon, traversing cuts across the span of functional to experimental. With an hour to work with this time, his

Bandcamp Adventures #3 – “Math Rock”

In this week’s Bandcamp Adventures we’ll be taking a look at music with the “Math Rock” tag. Math rock is a genre that typically features guitars heavily and is fairly rhythmically complex (hence math rock). Some are more complex than others, but each math rock band

Interview With Joe Conboy (Our Fair City)

This is yet another group I discovered thanks to the wide world of the internet. This post hardcore outfit hails from Philadelphia. They released a solid album in April of last year and are working on new material. I caught up with their vocalist/guitarist Joe