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Pax East 2015: ‘Cosmochoria’ Preview

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I have to say what I experienced was a ton of fun and something I am going to keep my eye on as it grows and continues to shape into the full game over time. Read More »

Music Review: Hook & Anchor – ‘Hook & Anchor’

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Portland-based Americana band Hook & Anchor released its solid self-titled debut album last year. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Citizens of Earth’

Citizens of Earth, Eden Industries, RPG, video game

'Citizens of Earth' is a fun, humorous, and well-presented game that unfortunately gets bogged down with the tedium of a few poor design choices. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Falling Rock National Park,’ Indie Comics by Josh Shalek

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Indie comics at their finest, with plenty of reference to Bill Watterson. Read More »

Music Review: Oswald – ‘Ride’ EP

Oswald's 'Ride'

Oswald uses his debut as a vehicle to reflect on the state of the hip hop music industry in a way that does not fill the listener with anger or despair. Read More »

Music Review: Parquet Courts – ‘Sunbathing Animal’

Sunbathing Animal

Parquet Courts sucks the life out of punk with an album of shrugs. Read More »

Music Review: Saintseneca – ‘Dark Arc’

Saintseneca - 'Dark Arc'

Despite the looming presence of modern indie touches, Saintseneca avoids letting those influences dominate. The band’s more artful qualities shine through. Read More »

Music Review: Foster the People – ‘Supermodel’

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Not sure of where to go after 'Torches,' Foster the People stumbles over its own formulas in a struggle to find traction. Read More »

Music Review: Chris Campbell – ‘Things You Already Know’

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A progressive and eclectic work from a composer who challenges categorization. Read More »

Music Review: Future Islands – ‘Singles’

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Future Islands' latest effort begins with a bang, but a lack of hooks drags the rest of the album down. Read More »