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The Ketamine Musical Was Like Cirque Du Soleil On Drugs

Ketamine Zombies Dancing To "Thriller," A Musical Ode To Key Bumps, And Other Jokes Made The Brooklyn Play At House Of Yes A Surprise Hit.

How Canadian Vinyl Pressing Plants Made A Comeback

Here's Why The Rise Of Homegrown Manufacturing Companies Is Good News For Artists, Labels, And Music Fans Everywhere.

Tracks of the Week: Daylight Savings

It’s almost that time of the year when the days are starting to get shorter again, and I’m already not looking forward to the time change.  Honestly, I think at this point, California is one of the last few states that still is a part of Daylight Savings. In any case, it just means we […] The post Tracks of the Week: Daylight Savings appeared first on IHEARTCOMIX.

Ballroom Is America's Most Slept-On Subculture. MikeQ Wants To Open Our Eyes.

Cover Story: The New Jersey DJ Is Ready For The Mainstream—and He Wants To Bring His Queer POC Community Along With Him.

Tracks of the Week: Dcks Out For Harambe

It’s weird to think that we’re more than halfway through 2016. I’m really hoping we can coin this year as, “2016: Year of the Memes.” Let’s be honest, there have been some quality memes that have come out this year. We’ve had a memeShow More Summary

Videos of the Week: Video Turing Test

The Turing Test is a test that was developed in order to distinguish a computer from a human being. It involves a series of questions that, if you ask a computer, you should be able to tell if they are a human or a computer depending on their answers. However, all of this depends on […] The post Videos of the Week: Video Turing Test appeared first on IHEARTCOMIX.

Corinthian Makes Haunting Techno For Underdogs And Worldwide Economic Crises

Hear The Calgary-based Greek Producer's Stripped Down "Lonely City" From His Forthcoming Album 'Eurozone Ghosts.'

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