March 23, 2017

#ppl

January 21, 2014 Oskar Thompson 0

I have a good memory for ppl. I can usually remember the moment I met someone, especially if they are important to my life now. I won’t remember your name, but… I don’t know what […]

#experimental music

January 15, 2014 Oskar Thompson 0

a musician or artist can create an entire “the new” based off one-notion of one-idea.. an audience needs a fully formed idea to understand ‘the new’ before it can be recognized as “the new” – […]

#postrock

January 15, 2014 Oskar Thompson 0

what I enjoy the most about really good postrock is when it becomes very difficult for me to picture humans making these sounds, behind instruments in a studio, with headphones on listening to a click track somewhere […]

Chasing the Dragon: An Ode to Atlantic City

January 13, 2014 Fara Paige 3

Today, after 34 years, The Atlantic Club, the former Golden Nugget/Bally’s Grand/Hilton, closes its doors. In 1980, the then Golden Nugget became Atlantic City’s sixth casino to open after the 1976 legalization of gambling. Within […]

Windows H8

January 10, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

Windows 8 launched in 2012 with a $1 Billion ad campaign, hyping the new operating system as the missing link between the endangered dinosaur PC and the computing devices of now and the future: Tablets […]

True Detective

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 1

Late last night, Slate’s television critic, Willa Paskin, published a review of HBO’s True Detective that confirms exactly what we’ve known all along: The show is going to be AWESOME. HBO seems to have lost […]

Secret Stash

January 8, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

Why can’t I ever be the one to find one of these ridiculous stashes of cocaine in random places? The beach. Home Depot. And now five Aldi supermarkets in Germany! I don’t even need a […]

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