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Monday Mixer

I’m dedicating this week’s playlist to some of my recent pick-me up songs. There are days when my two black bags (my eye bags that is) are more noticeable, and I believe this week is likely to be full of those days. From remixes to throwbacks, hopefully this playlist will get you through these last […]

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The Great Gatsby – Soundtrack (Full Album Stream)

Here it is, guys.  The moment you’ve all been waiting for.  Though we still have to wait a week for The Great Gatsby to hit theatres, thanks to the good people over at NPR, we how have a full album stream of the soundtrack.  As with most Baz Luhrmann films, the soundtrack is star-studded and […]

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The Great Gatsby soundtrack tracklist revealed

As with most Baz Luhrmann movies, you can expect that his rendition of The Great Gatsby will include some pretty contemporary artists doing some pretty extraordinary things.  The soundtrack, which is featured rather heavily in the newest trailer, includes many PGU favorites like Jack White, Gotye, and Florence and the Machine.  Check out the full […]

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Monday Mixer

Basic guitar skills can come in handy. It’s amazing where knowing a few simple chords can take a person. Learning songs is fun as a hobby, a better way to procrastinate than going on reddit, and might even help you pick up some chicks, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves here. Here is a […]

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Lana Del Rey Cover You Need to Hear

There were plenty of girls posting piano covers of Lana Del Rey’s hit single on Youtube promptly after the release of her Video Games EP. There’s a new cover out there now, however, that is a bit of a change of pace. The Young Professionals, a group of Israeli artists who specialize in covers, have […]

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Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die

Lana Del Rey’s captivating first single “Video Games” earned her an instant fan-base and nonstop media attention. All the hype leads up to the quick, and perhaps untimely, release of Born to Die, her debut album. The album seems somewhat rushed. Fans wanted more of “Video Games,” and they wanted it fast. Most of the […]

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