Monthly Archives: August 2013

  1. Cassandra Nova vs. The Black Glove

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    August 29, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas So, an evil twin and a demented psychologist walk are sitting in therapy and the evil twin …
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  2. Top 10: Things Learned from the Sunday Morning Hangover

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    August 25, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas 1)    NEVER EVER eat a turkey sandwich while taking shots of tequila. 2)    Never try …
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  3. Mid-life Crisis, Courtesy of the Talking Heads

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    August 23, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas If I were to put a bunch of songs together into an album that surmises my entire …
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  4. Future Sex Without the Love Sounds

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    August 22, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas The concept of a bleak future is nothing new in the world of literature, as books about dystopian …
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  5. Woody Allen’s New Blue Film

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    August 20, 2013 by Ian Goldstein

    By Ian Goldstein Couples walked out of Blue Jasmine holding hands. Woody Allen’s new film is funny, but it’s not a feel …
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  6. Top of the Pops: Born Sinner

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    August 19, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Khalid Bennett When we are born, we are born with a clean slate. The newborn has done nothing good; …
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  7. Lady Gaga Go Bye-Bye

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    August 19, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas Over the past two years since her last album Born This Way, I almost forgot about Lady …
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  8. Of Reclusive Pride and Non-Existent Lakes

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    August 18, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas Without a doubt the one thing that is ruining sports today is not drug use, nor are …
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  9. Here Is a Haunting, Slowed Down Version of “Jolene.”

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    August 17, 2013 by Ian Goldstein

    By Ian Goldstein “Jolene” was a hit single for Dolly Parton in 1973. The song is told from the perspective …
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  10. The Second Album Problem: On Dawes, Edward Sharpe, & Panic At The Disco’s Pretty Odd

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    August 14, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Steve Secular Okay, so a hypothetical band’s debut album, let’s call them “Band H,” opens to critical and commercial …
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