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Monday Mixer

Radiohead – Prove Yourself If you haven’t heard this song or Radiohead’s raw and underrated debut Pablo Honey, this might give you some insight into why some critics called them “Nirvana-lite” around this time. There’s only one or two songs on this album that foreshadow what Radiohead would become, but I have always preferred this […]

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Monday Mixer

A few months ago I read a blog post detailing 50 unique things that I should consider during my college career. It was an entry that was not only charmingly written but also entirely doable, which is why it’s been perched on my bookmarks bar ever since. The whole list is loaded with arguably indispensable […]

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Monday Mixer

Since it is the last week of school before spring break, it’s almost time to forget about homework, tests, work, and all the other nonsense we deal with in our everyday lives. This playlist is full of jammin’ songs to get you pumped up for a whole week of freedom and it’s the perfect way […]

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Phantogram – Voices (Review)

Back in 2010, when Phantogram was but a small duo signed to Barsuk Records and touring the country in support of their first album Eyelid Movies, I had the privilege to catch them at an in-store concert at the record store where I worked throughout high school. The crowd was made up of about 15 […]

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Phantogram – Black Out Days (Audio)

                                It’s been a steady while since we’ve heard anything from Phantogram, everyone’s favorite semi-electronic duo.  Ok, they may not be everyone’s favorite, but they hold a special place in my heart.  Today, they bring us a new track entitled […]

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Monday Mixer

School just started…and for me that means that the amount of music I will listen to will start to sky-rocket. The school year always seems to put me into a rut, where I can’t seem to stop playing the same four albums over and over again. Hopefully this mixer is a stepping stone both for […]

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