August 16, 2012
The directness and lack of clutter — plus the way the easygoing arrangements and Schultz's whimsical lyric-writing suggest they don't take themselves nearly as seriously as their acoustic kindred Mumford and Sons — is pretty representative of the 11 winning tracks on the album.
No one enjoys being pigeonholed, and the Brooklyn-based production team known as Teengirl Fantasy is no exception to that rule. That, of course, hasn't stopped critics from trying. Even though "hipster house" might be the most idiotic musical term to come along since steampunk, the duo of Nick Weiss and Logan Takahashi have found themselves saddled with it on more than one occasion.
Flavorwire lists 10 internet music sensations that are actually worth your time.
Comic legend Stan Lee answered questions on Reddit.
The New York Times examines the "joys and hazards" of self-publishing your work on the internet.
Drowned in Sound polled its members for their 101 favorite albums.
The Guardian gathers praise from musicians and artists for John Cage on his centenary.
The Millions offers tips for writers pitching their books to literary agents.
Drowned in Sound lists the top 10 girl bands of all time.
The Other People podcast interviews author Steve Roggenbuck.
Amazon MP3 has 100 digital albums on sale for $5.
Amazon MP3 offers over 400 albums for sale for $2.99.
Also on sale at Amazon MP3 for $2.99: 37 children's music albums.
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