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Swiss Army Man (DVD)

Remember back in August last year when Ubisoft announced the Nosulus Rift? It’s a VR device to be worn over the nose while playing South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which induces a noxious smell whenever your character farts. 813 more words

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Manchester Orchestra - Hope

Manchester Orchestra

“Hope”

Rarely does a remix or reimagination capture my attention, but this complete re-telling of “Cope” does just that and more. The songs are essentially the same, but acoustic versions of what was found on the dark and heavy “Cope”, but the arrangements are slightly different and the tone of the music somehow changes the impact of the lyrics. 66 more words

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Manchester Orchestra - Cope

Manchester Orchestra

“Cope”

A loud and heavy offering from this indie rock band. Manchester Orchestra tend not to replicate their sound, as they gradually float into a new territory on each album without completely alienating their past. 30 more words

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Manchester Orchestra - Mean Everything to Nothing

Manchester Orchestra

“Mean Everything to Nothing”

This album is very dynamic – from shouting uptempo rocking numbers to emotionally draining ballads. There is even a bit of the Southern charm that oozes into the tracks (especially the vocals) that makes this indie record uniquely enjoyable. 10 more words

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Dustin Kensrue - Mercy Lounge - 3/23/17

A night of covers, originals, and honest singing. That’s what was received out of the Dustin Kensrue and Andy Hull co-tour at Mercy Lounge on the 23rd. 325 more words

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Introducing: A Wolf In The City

Drunken discussions of starting a band with my housemates in Vancouver nearly a decade ago mean I’ll always have a certain affinity towards bands with ‘Wolf’ in their name. 1,111 more words

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Manchester Orchestra - Cope

I want to spend the majority of this Reflection focusing on two lines from the track “Choose You” on Manchester Orchestra’s fourth full-length LP—Cope.  698 more words

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