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Mariah Carey’s Holiday Apocalypse By Dave Waeltz

I can’t take it anymore. Mariah Carey and her ubiquitous rendition of “All I want for Christmas Is You” has coated every cubic inch of my brain with holiday sap. If you are reading this, it’s because I’ve melted into a puddle of sticky, red and green holiday goo. My last wish before Mariah’s soul-stealing […]

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New Music Tuesday: A Merge Records Mixtape

Arguably the most successful independent record label of the last two decades, Merge Records has consistently been curator of the perhaps most eclectic, unique, and inventive recording artists bearing the loosely defined category of “indie”. But the bands on Merge aren’t indie for the sake of being indie – the music they make is genuinely different because the […]

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New Music Tuesdays: Electronic, Baby

Listening to electronic music offers a number of awesome benefits, not the least of which is annoying your desk mate as you relentlessly tap on the plastic floor mat under your chair or drum your fingers on the table. It’s also great for reliving your younger days as a club rat. So if you’ve ever […]

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Oneupweb : Social Media in Music Promotion

Festivals have to put together a strong digital presence and a comprehensive online marketing strategy—in addition to a killer lineup—if they hope to draw in the numbers.

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Oneupweb : Stock Music Video?

The band Ratatat has done something amazing and unexpected. They have composed a music video for their song Drugs, made of stock video from Getty Images. As a designer, it’s always hard to find the right stock footage for your project, without coming off cheesy or lame or out of place. Ratatat does a great […]

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