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There’s no better way to spend Tuesday morning than dreaming about Friday night—especially when there’s a particularly awesome dance party on the horizon! The Young Things and Har Mar Superstar will be at the Lit Lounge on Friday the 25th, and those of you who are NYC-based should most definitely check it out. The party will commence at 10pm with DJ Har Mar spinning some booty-shaking tunes. At 11:30, the Young Things will play a full set, including tracks from their upcoming album. $5 gets you in for an evening of drinking, dancing, and awesome music (i.e. Read More
Check out this video from my new favorite gangly rapper, D E N A. Somewhere between the sparkly pink sweater, the gold chain, and the way her charming Bulgarian accent pronounces “Cash, Diamond Rings, Swimming Pools,” I think I fell in love. Hailing from Berlin, Europe’s hipster mecca, Denitza Todorova’s music is reminiscent of MIA, and she says she’s inspired by the likes of J Dilla and Sun Ra. Read More
How to beat the mid-workday slump in one easy step: watch this kid rock out on the xylophone like there's no tomorrow. I don't even know what's cuter—the impassioned enthusiasm of this little one's performance or that adorable sailor outfit. (Seriously, I want that outfit. I will search on Etsy all day if I have to.) May we all pummel our Tuesday morning anxieties and hang-ups with the ferocity that this kid pummels that crap out of those keys. Read More
After three years of honing their live sound, Stereo Telescope is set to release a full-length album, On and Running, on January 29th. This synthpop duo is composed of Nikki Dessingue and Kurt Schneider, veterans of various indie and electronic bands from the Boston scene. Each member sings and performs a host of instrumental tasks, which is quite impressive considering the complexity of their music. With a blend of post-rock ambience and meticulous electronic instrumentation, Stereo Telescope’s sound is evocative of the Postal Service or, more recently, M83. Read More
As we usher in the new year, let’s look back and reflect upon the most meaningful moments of 2012. And, because I’m a millennial and apparently it’s all I’m good for, let’s define “most meaningful moments” as “awesome Youtube clips”. More specifically, Youtube clips featuring adorable children covering pop songs.  The Youtube cover song is a tricky landing to stick, but this year was chock full of youngsters who pulled it off, no problem. Read More