Atari Announces the Speakerhat

Atari Announces The Speakerhat, a Baseball Hat With Bluetooth-Enabled Speakers Atari, a company best known for its video game products, has announced its new Speakerhat. This baseball hat comes complete with high-fidelity stereo speakers and a microphone with Bluetooth connectivity. According to the ficial , the Speakerhat will be able to connect to any smartphone, tablet, or personal computer to play music as […]

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The 12 best affordable, pocket-sized, hackable synthesizers

Hardware synths are smaller, cheaper and more flexible than ever. Scott Wilson picks the best pocket-sized, affordable and hackable synths synths on the market for experienced studio heads and beginners alike. As computers gradually replaced hardware synths towards the end the last century, it seemed as if outboard gear was a dying relic another era. However, the demand for hardware […]

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Dillon Francis is Taking the Rest of the Year off Social Media

Dillon Francis known for his entertaining personality, posting comedy shorts to his Snapchat. His sense humor flows into his Twitter and other social media platforms.  was his latest release with G-Eazy and Dillon used his social media to get everyone hyped about the music video. Dillon re-tweeted lots fans who were excited for the music video release date but there were […]

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The Holy Circle are the Baltimore synth-pop trio with experimental metal in their DNA

FACT Rated is our series digging into the sounds and stories the most vital breaking artists around right now. This week, Jamie Ludwig meets Baltimore trio The Holy Circle, a trio founded by Terence Hannum drone metal greats Locrian and his wife Erica Burgner-Hannum. Keeping only metal’s cathartic spirit, the band blend shoegaze, synth-pop and R&B on their self-titled debut. […]

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Listen to Hardwell's Live Set From Ultra Europe 2017

Hardwell Releases Live Set From Ultra Europe 2017 What is an Ultra without Hardwell? A . All jokes aside, his set from 2017 is nothing but fire. With five ‘ID’ tracks, and festival bangers from right to left he delivered a spectacular set. Hardwell played his upcoming collaborations with KSHMR and Sick Individuals as well as a barrier breaking remix […]

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Dance of the Dead: Remembering George Romero's iconic soundtracks

On Sunday, July 12, legendary horror auteur George A. Romero died at 77, leaving behind a legacy that has influenced generations. John Twells takes a closer look at Romero’s finest soundtracks, from his collaboration with Italian prog act Goblin on Dawn the Dead to the melancholy jazz Donald Rubenstein’s Martin score. George A. Romero was a true master horror. Bursting […]

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D'Angelo announces Brown Sugar reissue

The deluxe edition will include more than 20 rare tracks. D’Angelo is set to reissue his 1995 debut Brown Sugar. Out on August 25, the two-disc remastered deluxe edition the Grammy-nominated album will come with 21 additional tracks, which includes remixes from DJ Premier and Kool G, along with cappella and instrumental version, as Rolling Stone reports. The reissue also includes a […]

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Alan Vega IT review: The final sermon from Brooklyn's late 'Screamin' Jesus'

Suicide frontman Alan Vega died in his sleep last July at age 78 and IT, his last solo effort (which is being touted as “his masterpiece and final statement”), has been released into the world. April Clare Welsh breaks down the master destruction’s final grisly transmission. Alan Vega didn’t dodge flying axes or slice his face with safety pins on stage as part the US proto-punk innovators Suicide […]

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