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Meet Sunflower Bean, The NYC Trio Making Retro Rock For Modern Life

In the city's ever-evolving music scene, three friends make classic-sounding songs about the weight of contemporary existence.

Watch Nathaniel Rateliff Tear Through 'Shake' on 'Austin City Limits'

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats will make their Austin City Limits debut on the 41st season's second-to-last episode, which promises to be a retro soul party as Rateliff will split the hour-long program with Leon Bridges. Since the entirety of Rateliff's scorching set couldn't fit into just 30 minutes,...

Palm Springs' Mobile Homes Are Retro Eye Candy in the Exhibit "Beautiful Trailer Town"

Los Angeles is definitely home to some of the most luxurious, over-the-top-lavish housing in the world. But as in any major city, not all of L.A.'s residents want, need or can afford glamorous houses with innumerable guest rooms and walk-in closets. Most of us are happy if we find a...

Mold-A-Rama: An Affordable Art Machine That’s Survived Half a Century

last monthArts : Hyperallergic

OKLAHOMA CITY — In zoos, museums, and other attractions around the United States, visitors can still get a retro souvenir for just a couple of bucks.

Shakedown Hawaii

The sequel to the 8-bit Grand Theft Auto tribute Retro City Rampage. Shakedown Hawaii has 16-bit graphics, destructible environments, and lots of new weapons. Coming to Windows, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita and perhaps other systems as well. SEGA Genesis, anyone?

Retro City Rampage sequel, 'Shakedown Hawaii' announced

Developer Vblank has announced a brand new follow-up to Retro City Rampage titled Shakedown Hawaii. It will be released on PS4, Vita, 3DS, and PC at some point, and updates the original aesthetic with 16-bit visuals. The storyline takes...Show More Summary

Shakedown Hawaii is the follow-up to Retro City Rampage

Retro City Rampage was an interesting mixture of nostalgic references and modern open-world gaming ultraviolence. The 8-bit Grand Theft Auto-style adventure was released back in 2012 on PC and gradually released on just about all major platforms, so it would appear that developer Vblank Entertainment is ready to move to its next project. Show More Summary

'Retro City Rampage' is getting a '16-bit' sequel

Retro City Rampage is getting a sequel named Shakedown Hawaii. Like RCR, Shakedown is a top-down action game in the same vein as the original Grand Theft Auto. The new game is set 30 years after RCR and promises a large open world to explore. Show More Summary

Shakedown Hawaii is the follow-up to Retro City Rampage

Retro City Rampage, the 8-bit Grand Theft Auto-inspired indie shooter, is getting an open-world follow-up named Shakedown Hawaii. PC, PlayStation 4 and Vita versions of Shakedown Hawaii have been announced by developer Vblank, as well as an edition for an as-yet unspecified Nintendo platform. Show More Summary

Shakedown Hawaii is Brian Provinciano’s 16-bit-themed follow-up to Retro City Rampage for PS4 and Vi

Shakedown Hawaii is Brian Provinciano’s 16-bit-themed follow-up to Retro City Rampage for PS4 and Vita. Besides getting announced today, anyone attending the PlayStation Experience next month will get a chance to play it. You can watch the brief teaser trailer here, too. Read more...

Retro City Rampage Sequel Coming to PS4, PS Vita

Vblank Entertainment brings The Player out of retirement in Shakedown Hawaii, a sequel to its open-world ode to retro games.

Shakedown Hawaii: Vblank’s New Open World Adventure

Shakedown Hawaii brings the Vblank open world universe into the 16-bit era, powered up with destructible environments and an arsenal of supercharged weapons. Taking place some thirty years after the events of Retro City Rampage, the game follows The Player as he comes out of early retirement to rebuild his neglected corporate empire.

Toronto Wants to Make Hanging Out Under a Highway Overpass Cool

New York City's High Line sparked a movement, with imitators popping up all over the world. Reclaiming abandoned rail lines makes a certain amount of sense, though—there's something cool and retro about the them—while the same cannot necessary be...

Come to GDC 2016 and see how Retro City Rampage was ported to DOS

GDC 2016 is on the horizon, and today organizers are proud to debut talks from experts about what goes into porting games across platforms (including MS-DOS!) and making them look great everywhere....

Live Review: Wake Up! Indie All Dayer @ Nottingham Rock City

Whisper it quietly but retro is huge where live music is concerned...

How To Build Your Network - Retro Style

I was raised by people who liked to talk to strangers. The combination of their Greek ancestry and the fact they were both born and raised in the boroughs at a time when neighborhoods in New York City were truly small towns developed in both of them an ability to strike up a conversation with whomever might be standing next to them. Show More Summary

I think I just fell in love with Japanese arcades again

Martin and Aoife are in Japan for the Tokyo Game Show this week, and they spent their first day exploring the city's arcade scene, as well as paying their respects to Akihabara's retro gaming temple, Super Potato. Below you'll find a...Show More Summary

Pod City: ‘The Disney Click,’ ‘Rerun,’ and More New Podcasts Worth Checking Out

6 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Tired of commuting to work in silence? Today I’m sharing a few new podcasts that may make your ears tingle. They run the gamut from retro TV to true crime, so I hope you find something up your alley. For more podcast recs, visit the archive. Show More Summary

Watch A$AP Rocky Explore Psychedelic NYC in 'Jukebox Joints' Video

A$AP Rocky gives a psychedelic tour through New York City in his video for the Kanye West-co-produced "Jukebox Joints." The rapper ventures from a retro diner to a hair salon to a house party, delivering slick lines about sex and drugs. "She the type to seek love and make it everlasting...

Des Moines' Retro Pop Scene Will Put You in a Musical Time Machine

MAIDS, photo by Joe Crimmings Des Moines, Iowa—a seemingly sleepy Midwest city known for putting bacon on almost anything—is home to a community that wants nothing more than its music scene to prosper both locally and nationally. The city has created a backbone of resources to help propel its artists into longevity of success. Show More Summary

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