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What is Moshpits And Movies?

As some of you can see, our posts date all the way back to 2012 and so on and you’re probably wondering how that is if this is the first time you heard of this site. 115 more words

Metal

Falling asleep to waking up: In Rolling Waves by The Naked and Famous

Insomniacs have a tendency to let their head fill up with thoughts and memories and worries. Whenever my introspection is excessive, I combat it by filling my head with music. 1,357 more words

Album Of The Week

...2014 w 36 - Album of the week is "Hardware" by Agent Side Grinder.

No album of the week last week, since I was keeping too busy to really have time to listen to anything in particular. But now we have a record that´s been on heavy rotation the past few days and will serve fine as this weeks choice. 286 more words

Music

Album of the Week: "#CODEgreen" by Mic Write

By: Gus Navarro

I had the chance to see Mic Write perform in Lansing, MI back in April (Mic is a member of the four-person Detroit based collective, Cold Men Young). 526 more words

Hip Hop

Album of the Week, August 31: Trailer Park by Beth Orton

Beth Orton was born in England in 1970. Orphaned by 19, she travelled to Thailand and then took on a number of short-term jobs. She was initially interested in acting, taking classes and traveling with a fringe theatre troupe. 712 more words

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Ty Segall - Manipulator

It’s not exactly a secret that Ty Segall has been allowing his inner popmeister to take the spotlight with greater frequency as his solo career has gained traction, and with 2014’s… 267 more words

Album Of The Week

Quintessential Albums :: Azure Ray :: Self-Titled

Quintessential Album Series :: Self-Titled :: Azure Ray

A Little History:

Azure Ray is Azure Ray’s self-titled debut. It was released January 16, 2001 on WARM. 744 more words

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