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#sleeper

February 5, 2014 Oskar Thompson 1

i listened to that carmen villain today, threeish times. I really like it.. it’s different overall than the few songs in the post but it’s very consistent and stays within the bounds of all those

This Week in Shoegaze

February 1, 2014 Alibi Pierce 2

This is the feature in which we attempt to follow the Drone Subterranean Wall of Sound and Whispered Vocals. When last we wrote this segment, we mentioned the rumors of a Slowdive reunion, long whispered

What Happened to the Stop Button?

January 30, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

The stop button has disappeared. Once ubiquitous, these buttons with the solitary but powerful impressed square were seen on every device from the Walkman to DVD players. If a device played media, it had a

This Week in Shoegaze

January 21, 2014 Alibi Pierce 3

This is the feature in which we attempt to follow the Drone Subterranean Wall of Sound and Whispered Vocals. [embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRnoNsZsFLY[/embedyt] Carmen Villain, aka Carmen Hillestad, is a Norwegian former supermodel whose 2013 release Sleeper has

VIDEO: Art Department – Sun Comes Up

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

Ganked from the good folks at THUMP, please enjoy Art Department’s new creepy ass totally awesome music video for their downtempo deep house track Sun Comes Up. -Alibi Pierce [embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrYmCfhDFm4[/embedyt]

This Week in Shoegaze

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

This is the feature in which we attempt to follow the Drone Subterranean Wall of Sound and Whispered Vocals. We begin this feature with the latest project from Simon Raymonde, core member of the pioneering

Review: SOUND|STUDIES

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 3

They say emo is making a comeback, and I tend to believe it. In today’s world of hyper-information and free-for-all adaptation and modification, trends seemingly swing around and repeat more and more quickly. What once

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