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New Animal Collective Songs and Shoes

written by: Matt Flint on March 14, 2011

What’s not to love? You’ve got cool shoes, charity, trippy visuals and new Animal Collective tunes. Answer: nothing’s not to love. Last fall Animal Collective teamed up with Keep Sneakers to release four uniquely-styled shoes (one for each Collective member), the profits of which will go to benefit Socorro Island Conservation Fund, a charity to help […]

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Pitchfork Tickets on Sale Now!

written by: Matt Flint on March 4, 2011

Keeping a firm grip on being the coolest summer festival, Pitchfork released the preliminary lineup for its Pitchfork Music Festival. And it looks AMAZING! The fest will take place July 15-17 at Chicago’s Union Park. That is three days of brews, tunes, and good-time living. Check out this lineup: Friday, July 15: – Animal Collective – James […]

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Lil’ Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot” video

written by: Matt Flint on March 3, 2011

Lil’ Wayne is out of confinement and apparently ready to start being the best again. This video for “6 Foot 7 Foot,” directed by Hype Williams is filled with awesome images and more importantly amazing rhymes. Both Wayne and Cory Gunz are extremely impressive in their delivery. I guess this video is based on Inception, but […]

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First Glimpse of Pop ‘stache LTD.

written by: Andy Keil on March 2, 2011

Here at Pop ‘stache, we love taking the digital world and making it physical. Whether that’s our planned SXSW print publication (more info soon) or a limited edition t-shirt, tangible items are the bees knees. That’s why we enlisted the talented Becky Murphy, a stellar designer out of Waco, TX, to design our first limited-edition […]

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Stream Gold Panda’s Remix EP

written by: Matt Flint on March 2, 2011

Last year’s Lucky Shiner was one of those types of records that made people who aren’t normally into electronic music turn their heads and take notice of Gold Panda. It was just so articulate and precise. But Gold Panda is definitely and undeniably an electronic producer. And one of the lovable characteristics of the genre […]

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Deftones Releasing Covers Record

written by: Matt Flint on March 1, 2011

Is it OK for me to be really excited upon reading Deftones news? Middle school me is really giddy about hearing that Chino Moreno and the gang are putting out new music. But, truth be told, this news is kind of cool no matter what your eighth-grade thoughts on the band were. As part of […]

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Oops! Kanye and Mos Def Freestyled at the Blue Note

written by: Matt Flint on February 28, 2011

I love guest stars! And, obviously, so does everyone. Basically the only reason to go see live music anymore is because there is a chance that Kanye West might appear. (That’s not true, go see live music for any number of reasons.) Still, when Kanye West and Mos Def dropped in on Lupe Fiasco’s show […]

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Odd Future on MTV

written by: Matt Flint on February 25, 2011

Tyler The Creator says “I’m a fuckin’ unicorn” like six times in this video. After killing it on Jimmy Fallon and getting all kinds of internet famous, Odd Future appeared on MTV, as they get followed around Philly. I don’t quite know how to feel about the huge success of a group who is expressing so […]

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New TV On The Radio Song

written by: Matt Flint on February 24, 2011

Sure, TV On The Radio, you can just unassumingly put out this new song and pretend it is not super mind blowing. These guys are so consistently awesome, and it looks like they are showing no signs of discontinuing this trend. “Will Do” is the first we have heard from the band’s forthcoming Nine Types of […]

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Every Pop Song Together at Last

written by: Matt Flint on February 23, 2011

Have you ever wanted to listen to every Number One pop song from the beginning of time up until 1993? No? Too bad! This exists and there is no way to un-exist it. There’s only a couple seconds of every song, so the fact that this entire compilation is 72 minutes is pretty intense. Listen […]

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