You won't need your afternoon dose of coke after seeing this little bit of pop history.
It's The Doodletown Pipers, a clean-scrubbed, singing and bopping ensemble which came off sort of like the Fifth Dimension meets Up With People.
These critters don't stop moving around in place for a second, ba ... More >>
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Thursday, May 19
Better than: Listening to deep sub-bass on laptop speakers.
Planet Mu has one of the more unique trajectories of any electronic dance label. Mike Paradinas founded it in the mid-'90s as a showcase for the sort of IDM he ... More >>
Throughout college, everyone these days knows a handful of young adults who have told their doctors they feel a bit impatient or restless (the "impatience" in this scenario being a laziness and the "restlessness" being code for, "Hey, let me push this during finals week so I can make an easy ... More >>
Holy Scarface! Five Columbia University students/fratboys were busted this week for selling all kinds of crazy drugs at school. Ivy League? More like High-vy League. Luckily, via Columbia's BWOG, understanding the numbers of the busts also gives us a chance to understand how much drugs cost a ... More >>
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent.
Equal parts political and pornographic, New York spazzcore eye-gougers Gay for Johnny Depp have been slogging it out for the better part of a decade. While an underground cult sensation in their home ... More >>
AOL is now Aol, and has lost its Running Man logo because "he represents the communications products and that's not the whole new AOL," says Aol's Maureen Sullivan. The Running Man is rumored to drowning his sorrows with Mr. Zip.