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Bandcamp Adventures 11: #Emo

The Emo tag is definitely something that has been prevalent throughout most of my previous bandcamp adventures. Something that can encompass a wide spectrum of sounds (not emo as a genre), the emo bandcamp tag should be a gold mind. So check out some bands

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1993

“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” – Frederick Douglass To struggle. To vie. To endeavor. To battle. It is the human way. It has also become the human way — or at least the American human way — to claim that “my

Bandcamp Adventures 9: #MathPop

This week’s Bandcamp Adventures will be looking at music tagged with the Math Pop tag! Enjoy! – 1 – Alban B. Clay (2014) – The Slaughterhouse 5 Denmark tags: alternative, rock, art rock, alternative pop, alternative rock, death pop, math pop, math rock Tim Brown (Icarus

Bandcamp Adventures 6 – #FlashbackFriday

This post will be a little different. Instead of just looking at a specific tag/genre, I’ll be looking at all the music that I’ve found through my time using bandcamp. My personal favorites, albums and eps that I still listen to to this day. –

7 Brands Running Modern Streetwear

It wasn’t until my junior year of high school that I found myself diving into the world of fashion, and what drew me to streetwear was its deeply invested roots within hip-hop culture. Growing up the rise of artists like Kanye West (Adidas) and Pusha T (Playcloths)

The Next Big Name in Metal Music: Lucrecia (Interview)

This California progressive metal band has only been together as unit for a few months. They have one powerful track released and are going to be releasing an EP this year. Get to know Lucrecia: What this the first band you were in?  Frankie: “I was

Interview with Bleubird (Florida Hip Hop)

  N: When I first met you it was at a Yoni Wolf show. How did you link up with him? B: “I’ve been friends with Yoni for years and years. We met in the early 2000’s back in the Anticon days. I was a fan

Nintendo Entertainment System Turns 30!

On October 18, 1985 Nintendo of America released a brand new gaming console to the U.S. This was following the successful release of the Nintendo Family Computer (Famicom) in Japan just two years prior. Perhaps it was the companies idea to rebrand the Super Mario

TECHNOLOGY Tuesday #24 – Korg Miku Guitar Pedal Review (Anderton’s Music Co.)

Rob & the Captain of Anderton’s Music Co. struggle to hold it together through this review of the Korg Miku, the weirdest guitar pedal ever. And if we haven’t completely put you off of buying this pedal then you can do so by going here