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Chillwave: An Analysis

Chillwave is a big joke.

Or at least, that’s what its name might suggest. The term ‘Chillwave’ was reportedly coined by Carles from alt-blog Hipster Runoff and it would be absurd to take anything said on (now defunct) Hipster Runoff, a satirical website dedicated to finding the latest ‘auth content’, seriously. 1,107 more words

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Mother of Pearl Block Party releases lineup announcements

Mike Jones, Neon Indian, J Rocc, Peanut Butter Wolf, more slated for Union Plaza fest in September

Lineup announcements have just started trickling out from the Mother of Pearl Block Party, slated for Sept. 217 more words

Culture

Mixtape Monday: Golden Age

Listen Here

Happy first week of Summer, lovelies. The season doesn’t exactly have the same connotation once you’ve grown up and miss out on having those three glorious months free of responsibility, but I’m still excited for the next few months. 210 more words

Week 18

Sylvan Esso

HSKT

The marriage of a bright female voice and percussion heavy tracks is a beautiful thing. A la Grimes, Amelia’s voice is a light and peppy upper to her synth infused tracks- and yes, this song title does stand for “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes”- why not re make a childhood classic?  205 more words

Neon Indian Releases 'Annie'

With his last release in 2011, Neon Indian has kept the music world on its toes, awaiting his next musical output. Otherwise known as Alan Palomo, the Denton-based musician released the new single on May 26 and announced that he is working on a new album. 10 more words

New Music // Neon Indian - Annie

Its a nice thing to hear when you get some brand new music sent to you with Neon Indian’s name slapped all over it, something we’ve got right now which is track… 125 more words

New Music

Neon Indian - "Annie"2015

Wow is all i can say for this song. it’s such a combination of flavors to me I can barely begin to describe it. I feel like it encompasses so many sounds while maintaining originality at the same time. 40 more words

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