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The Ultimate Guide to the Coolest Bars in BGC, Taguig

For your reference! One of the best places to go to for a drinking sesh and a good night out will always be BGC. Good food, unique drinks, and interiors that you’ll want all over your feed – this is definitely where you should be. We present to you the ultimate guide to some of the coolest bars […]

Palehound – “Room” Video

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

A couple months ago, Palehound released their sophomore album, A Place I'll Always Go -- it's one of the best of the year so far -- and today Ellen Kempner is sharing a video for "Room," a highlight from it that captures the feeling of gradually opening up your heart to someone else. It's an…

Palehound – A Place I’ll Always Go (album review)

4 months agoMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

CREDIT: Shervin Lainez A Place I’ll Always Go is the follow-up to 2015?s excellent Dry Food. Led by Ellen Kempner, Dry Food was an easy album to become enamored with. Chock full of 90s riffs and Kempner’s spot-on lyrics; it was and is on constant rotation. A Place I’ll Always Go is a little tougher [...]

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - June 16, 2017

Beth Ditto's Fake Sugar, Jason Isbell's The Nashville Sound, Palehound's A Place I’ll Always Go, and Ride's Weather Diaries are all new albums I can recommend this week. Fleet Foxes' Crack-Up and Steve Earle's So You Wannabe An Outlaw...

Palehound Explores Queer Pain & Pleasure on 'A Place I’ll Always Go'

4 months agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

The Boston musician's sophomore album is out today on Polyvinyl Records.

Listen: Palehound - “Flowing Over”

listens to Palehound Palehound's new record, A Place I'll Always Go, is available June 16 in vinyl/cassette/CD/digital formats. Listen to album track "Flowing Over" below.

Stream Palehound A Place I’ll Always Go

4 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Palehound's sophomore album, A Place I'll Always Go, builds on the knotted sonic vocabulary that Ellen Kempner has been playing with for a few years now, and its dual exploration of love and loss makes it one of the best albums of the year so far. We've heard "Flowing Over," "Room," and "If You Met…

Palehound – “If You Met Her” Video

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

When we interviewed Palehound's Ellen Kempner last month, she talked a little bit about "If You Met Her," a highlight from the Boston band's forthcoming new album, A Place I'll Always Go. Here's what she had to say: …

Q&A: Palehound’s Ellen Kempner On Loss, Love, And Her New Album A Place I’ll Always Go

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Ellen Kempner started Palehound as a freshman at Sarah Lawrence, and soon after dropped out of school and moved to and settled down in Boston, all of which led up to the release of her first full-length, 2015's Dry Food. As her band became more established over the last couple of years, Kempner went…

Palehound announces A Place I’ll Always Go – 6/16/17

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

photo credit: Shervin Lainez I became enamored with Palehound, the band fronted by Ellen Kempner, when her debut Dry Food came out in 2015. I wore that record out for a few months and have come back to it regularly since. They play a great band of 90?s influence indie and Kempner is a boss [...]

Palehound – “Flowing Over” Video

6 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Palehound -- the Boston-based band led by Ellen Kempner -- have announced their sophomore album, A Place I'll Always Go, with a video for new track "Flowing Over." The song builds on the anxiety-ridden riffs that Kempner mastered on her 2015 debut LP, Dry Food, and started developing on 2013's Bent Nail EP. It's about…

Sarah Paulson Is Always Dressed to Win--a Look Back at Her Best Red Carpet Moments

We're not going to lie: The competition for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie is stiff--but if Sarah Paulson doesn't win this year's Golden Globe, rest assured she'll place...

1995 ‘Judge Dredd’ Recut to Feel More Like the 2012 Version

While I can fully admit that 2012’s Dredd is a superior movie in pretty much every single way to 1995’s Judge Dredd, I’ll always hold a special place in my heart for that film. Yes, it’s terrible. Yes, it’s laughable. Yes, it’s a goddamn mess that made fans of the comic grown from the opening […]

The Only Tool You’ll Ever Need When Booking a Place to Stay

Travel itself can be an amazing experience, but the preparations beforehand can be a real headache. Are you going to search and book a hotel? Maybe you’d prefer Airbnb? Or for the truly adventurous, couchsurfing is always an option. With so many possible paths — and so many possible websites to use — it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Show More Summary

Wayfare brings penpals into the age of mobile and social media

I’ll admit it. I have a soft spot for technology that helps make the world a smaller place. So the prospect of testing out Wayfare, a sort of Tinder for penpals 2.0, was something that was always going to catch my attention. The Tinder reference helps make sense of the app on a basic level, but it is misleading. Show More Summary

No Apologies

Aviators can be an ambitious lot. We want to go places (no pun intended), and feel like we should always be progressing toward larger airplanes, new ratings, more hours. Sometimes I'll hear an aviator speak in apologetic terms about their flying because they "only" fly this or that. Show More Summary

You'll Never Mess Up a Recipe When R2-D2 Does Your Measuring

4 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

As far as movie sidekicks go, it's hard to find one as invaluable as Star War's R2-D2 was. That little droid was always in the right place, at the right time, with the right tool to save the day. And that now includes your kitchen with this R2-D2 measuring cup set that helps ensure your baking ingredients are always perfectly proportioned. Read more...

Jeff Bezos is everywhere: 7 unexpected places you'll find Amazon (Video)

Annual shareholder letters don't always make for scintillating reading, but as these things go, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos's can be pretty entertaining if only as a picture of the founder's insane ambitions. This year's doesn't disappoint (you can read it here). Show More Summary

Want To Avoid Jet Lag? Surprise, There’s A Mathematician-Designed App For That

4 years agoHumor : Geekosystem

One day, when I have a bunch of dollars and tons of free time, I'm going to jet around the world to all the different comic conventions that I always admire from afar. But since I'm going to be traveling so many places, I'll probably be dealing with some crazy jet lag. Luckily, the guys who made the Entrain app have my (metaphorical future) back.

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