Blunted: A Night At The Circus

Blunted: A Night At The Circus

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A new Blunted article about 40 Acres Medical Marijuana Collective (FAMM) written by Carmen Guttierez.

Beer and a Shot: Route For The Bad Guy

Beer and a Shot: Route For The Bad Guy

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Nacho’s smile flashes gold as he shifts his weight from one foot to the other, an old habit from days gone by as a high school athlete, and blows into his hands to warm them on this cold, damp Seattle evening.

Beer and a Shot: Death of a Sponge Cake

Beer and a Shot: Death of a Sponge Cake

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Death of a Sponge Cake is the columnist’s take on the demise of American brand.

Interview: Adani & Wolf

Interview: Adani & Wolf

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Dutch lounge producers Adani & Wolf interview with Marjolein Keijser about their 5th studio album “Electric Dandy”.

Meet The Locals: Nathalie Kraynina

Meet The Locals: Nathalie Kraynina

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Nathalie Kraynina, the Greenpoint (Brooklyn) local designer who’s ready to take the fashion world by storm with signature pieces, only available in black.

Interview: Keeping The Stitches In Place with Frontwoman of SLS, Alexis Brown

Interview: Keeping The Stitches In Place with Frontwoman of SLS, Alexis Brown

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While watching “Headbangers Ball” on MTV, this band would soon become a favorite. Here’s an interview with lead Alexis Brown of Straight Line Stitch.

Review: DOM KENNEDY at The Gramercy Theatre

Review: DOM KENNEDY at The Gramercy Theatre

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On the eve of my birthday’s eve, I decided to see DOM KENNEDY in concert again and I was utterly disappointed.

Watch: Nitty Scott, MC’s “Bullsh*t Rap”

Watch: Nitty Scott, MC’s “Bullsh*t Rap”

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Our team makes a cameo in Nitty Scott, MC’s “Bullsh*t Rap” music video.

Interview: uhlife, Side Chatter Doesn’t Matter

Interview: uhlife, Side Chatter Doesn’t Matter

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Profoundly influenced by many styles of music and its eras, the huge hybrid sound that uhlife mentions is present in his debut free “(barely)uhlive”.

Beer and a Shot: Good Kid

Beer and a Shot: Good Kid

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Is “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” a classic? I think youth dictates those terms. Classic records always seem to be the ones that impact you the most when you are still malleable. They are records that change the way you think about the possibility of music and the expectations you have for other artists and their endeavors. I’ll leave that decision to kids that have never heard “Illmatic” (an album which as great as it is still has “One Time”, a song skipped by me to this day) and people paid for their opinions on what makes for good music.