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Rick Moranis is opening up about his life out of the spotlight, his new album, the Spaceballs sequel that never was and Ghostbusters 3

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Dent May has announced a new album titled Warm Blanket. He has also shared a cool teaser video in promotion of his third studio album.

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This week we join forces once more to discuss British men in glass boxes, Gatsby (again) and Gwen admits she’s a shipper on a ship full of vampire pirates.

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Daft Punk return with their first record in eight years, ditching their computers for a live band to create a towering, history traversing achievement.

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The latest Popcast episode see’s us drop the bar further than before as we discuss monkeys in airports, the desperate pleas for fame, dutch escorts and the celebrity death pool for 2013.

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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. There seem to be two sides to Matthew Houck, the bearded, mountain man looking adventurer behind Phosphorescent. There’s the hazy commune member, strolling through the hills and

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. For all of its “bedroom” simplicity, Liz Harris’ music (recorded under the moniker Grouper) has the power to both distance and connect with a listener simultaneously.

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. Compassion is hard to come by anymore, but if anybody’s music is the very artistic embodiment of the word, it’s Mike Hadreas’ (a/k/a Perfume Genius).

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. One band this new generation of “indie rockers” hasn’t been completely able to recreate is Nirvana. While LA punks No Age have come close (at

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. X has a weird history. Formed in Los Angeles in 1977, the band orginally emerged as one of the most lauded members of the city’s

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. After yesterday’s bit of R&B scored morose introspection, I thought it might be a good idea to turn it up a notch. Chairlift’s “I Belong In

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Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! This is one of my favorite songs on the radio right now. It’s just starting to get

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Its the academy awards this week so we chop up all things Oscar related, including gift bags for losers and who we think will win and what not. We also gloss over the Playstation 4, Google Glass, 131 reasons why the everyday Hulk got mad and talk about the Glasgow

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Valentine’s Day – love it or hate it, you always acknowledge it.  Those in love go to dinner, maybe a movie and dancing, spend all night kissing or holding hands, before going home for some sexual healing.  The single guys and gals may go out with friends, burn some old

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Greetings and salutations! Welcome to the latest installment of Crossing The Streams; your new streaming mix tape. This installment spans all sorts of genres, styles, classifications and even languages to bring you not “what’s now”, but “what comes next”. Bosnian Rainbows is the brainchild of vocalist Teri Gender-Bender of the band Le

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The January Music report has arrived.  So usually how this works, is that January is pretty much dead in the water music wise. Perhaps one or two albums of interest might surface, but as a standard the industries tumbleweeds are rolling along the all too quiet horizon. But not in

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