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Face your fear of deep space with Tether

Currently in development on the UE4 engine for a PC, Mac and Linux release (with possible support for VR headsets) in Q3 2017, Tether is a first-person sci-fi horror adventure set in a world on the verge of the apocalypse. 19 more words

Freesphere Entertainment

Rusty Lake: Roots - Review

I wanted to like Rusty Lake: Roots. It started out surprisingly refreshing. A classic one-clicker with a bizarre twists. I was hooked!…

And maybe that’s where it all went downhill. 109 more words



You might have already come across Black Honey – they’re the darlings of various indie blogs, have popped up on numerous radio stations and have just got back from a sold-out tour – but if you haven’t heard them yet then you should probably get acquainted. 135 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Jimmy Eat World - Integrity Blues

“It doesn’t have to hurt anymore,” sings Jimmy Eat World on the angelic, swelling new tune, “The End is Beautiful,” and my eyes are also swelling. 970 more words


R.E.M. Series: "Around The Sun" (2003)

Review of the most underwhelming installment in R.E.M.’s legendary discography

By Carter Bagley

Here we have an album that both fans and the band alike have considered a mistake. 544 more words

Fleet Foxes Are Back in the Studio

Finally, after vague social posts and interviews from the band’s front man, Robin Pecknold, we have physical proof that the Fleet Foxes have officially hit the studio. 119 more words


Death Team - Messed Up

“Messed Up” is an pop-rap track from the Swedish duo Death Team that instantly caught my ear. Superbly catchy, this track gives off a strong Die Antwoord vibe with a little less weird and a little more danceablity. 40 more words