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  • Tuning Into Don DeLillo’s ‘White Noise’ in This Static Age
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    Tuning Into Don DeLillo’s ‘White Noise’ in This Static Age

    Like the many who’ve recently revisited it, you may have picked up your old copy of The Plague and marveled at how prescient Albert Camus was in imagining an animal-borne pneumonic disease that sends a bustling town into quarantine and condemns its citizens to death and dread. Except for the fact that the victims of […] More

  • Brooklyn Film Fest Streams 140+ Free Movies, Including the Hipster Alien Invasion Flick We Need Right Now
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    Brooklyn Film Fest Streams 140+ Free Movies, Including the Hipster Alien Invasion Flick We Need Right Now

    The virtual film festival circuit rolls on, as last night the Tribeca Film Festival announced its jury awards via an online awards ceremony and today the Brooklyn Film Festival announced much of its programming for what will be a streaming version this summer.  The Brooklyn Film Festival usually occurs at venues in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, […] More

  • MEMBA – What’s your temperature (feat. EVAN GIIA)
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    MEMBA – What’s your temperature (feat. EVAN GIIA)

    If you’re a fan of edm you have to hop on board the MEMBA train. Everything they put out freaks me out in the best way. Their stuff ranges from weird tribal trap to super accessible pop music and often blends the lines between the two. Needless to say, I get pretty excited when MEMBA […] More

  • Hnry Flwr Hopes This Is the Uplifting Song About Confronting Mortality You’ve Been Waiting For
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    Hnry Flwr Hopes This Is the Uplifting Song About Confronting Mortality You’ve Been Waiting For

    HNRY FLWR was breaking onto the Brooklyn scene just before the coronavirus pandemic shut the city down. Now the band, fronted by singer-songwriter David Van Witt, is keeping the music alive with a new video, “Waiting Room.”With heartfelt lyrics about feeling the love while facing mortality, the song could be considered an anthem for our present alone togetherness. Van Witt wrote […] More

  • How a City Councilman Became a Union Boss to Fight For Freelancers Hit By Coronavirus
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    How a City Councilman Became a Union Boss to Fight For Freelancers Hit By Coronavirus

    (Photos courtesy of Rafael Espinal) When Rafael Espinal abruptly resigned his post as City Council member in January, there were many questions among his Brooklyn constituents about the charismatic politician’s unexpected decision to take a job as head of the Freelancers Union. The change of career came at a peculiar time, as the coronavirus made […] More

  • Video: Jerro feat. Kauf – Tunnel Vision
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    Video: Jerro feat. Kauf – Tunnel Vision

    Belgian producer Jerro makes his Anjunadeep debut on a gorgeous new single called “Tunnel Vision”. Featuring crisp, hypnotic production topped by dreamy vocals from Los Angeles artist Kauf, the track officially arrives with an accompanying music video to match. “Tunnel Vision” also comes equipped with an official remix from critically-acclaimed producer Durante who offers up […] More

  • After Drawing Crowds, a Live Dating Show Is Forced to Get a Room
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    After Drawing Crowds, a Live Dating Show Is Forced to Get a Room

    Imagine going on a blind date onstage in front of hundreds of strangers. The audience provides you topics, interjects, or perhaps even pitches a crowd member as the more ideal date.   That’s the premise of Updating, a New York-based show created by Brandon Berman and Harrison Forman as an alternative to swiping right. Before […] More

  • Ab-Soul – “Dangerookipawaa Freestyle”
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    Ab-Soul – “Dangerookipawaa Freestyle”

    Ab-Soul is one of the four core rappers who, more than a decade ago, launched TDE Records, the California label that has grown into a juggernaut. But in recent years, Ab-Soul has been relatively quiet; he hasn’t released any solo music since his 2016 album Do What Thou Wilt. Today, though, Ab-Soul has … More […] More

  • Silva – Orchid
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    Silva – Orchid

    Australian producer Silva has returned with a hard hitting, experimental trap tune that’s loaded with intricate details and an uneasy vibe. The young producer’s music always has an ethereal quality to it, and “Orchid” continues that trend—striking a unique balance with whimsical sounds and a dark, foreboding atmosphere. Silva manages to combine these unexpected elements […] More

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