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Goldroom returns with summery single, ‘Spread Love’

Goldroom has cemented his status as one of the west coast’s most earnest purveyors of feel-good dance music. Having been a notable artist in the space for years, Goldroom — real name Josh Legg — delivered his debut album West of the West in September.Now Legg has returned with a brand new offering titled “Spread Love.” The track has […]

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Zelda Players Have Found Wild Ways To Break Breath Of The Wild’s Shrines

When most people enter a Zelda shrine, they try to solve the puzzles. Sometimes a shrine will accept multiple solutions, allowing players to get creative. Some fans, however, have figured out ways to bend and break shrines in ways that Nintendo probably never anticipated.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Nike’s Kobe A.D. Silhouette Joins the Eye-Catching “Flip the Switch” Collection

Nike Basketball’s “Flip the Switch” collection has welcomed a new member with the Kobe A.D. model. Already hosting models such as the PG1, LeBron 14, Kyrie 3 and KD 9 Elite, it’s overall aesthetic aims to deliver the high energy NBA fans witness during the playoffs. The collection’s split Swoosh design makes its way onto […]

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Key Mutations Show How Tibetans Thrive at High Elevations

At altitudes of 15,000 feet, Tibetans live in environments that would incapacitate most humans. New research has uncovered several genetic mutations that appear to be responsible for these high-altitude superpowers—including a trait inherited from an extinct human species. Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Summer Movie Preview: 37 Movies to Watch Out For

The summer movie season is usually very predictable. We all get super excited about all the big movies coming out. Expectations go through the roof. Then you see the movies, most of them are bad, and that’s it. For some reason, though, 2017 feels like it’s going to be an exception.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Zedd, Galantis, Armin van Buuren and many more added to ezoo lineup in phase 2 announcement

What started out in 2009 as a 66-act event in NYC’s Randall’s Island, has now grown to a festival hosting over 100 acts on several stages. This labor day weekend marks Electric Zoo Music Festival‘s 9th year in action, and as the lineup keeps increasing, our excitement parallels the growth. With three days of music, […]

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Netrunner’s New Murder Mystery Campaign Messes With A Good Thing

Today, cyberpunk card game Netrunner released a murder mystery expansion, Terminal Directive. It’s a novel twist on an already-fantastic game, and its first story-based campaign. The obvious question: How does a narrative of cyberwarfare unravel through a card game that requires shuffling decks? The answer is, slowly,…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Apparently, Jason Segel Is Writing YA Science Fiction Books Now

Jason Segel—star of sitcoms, maker of R-rated comedies, and friend to Muppets—has branched out yet again. Segel and his co-writer Kirsten Miller have announced that later this year they’ll be releasing a YA novel called Otherworld, the first in a proposed YA scifi trilogy about an all encompassing futuristic video…Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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New Balance’s 247 Breathe Pack Comes in a Variety of Hues for Any Situation

Although New Balance recently concluded its world tour for the signature 247 model, the Boston-based imprint is still churning out a slew of eye-catching motifs surrounding the low-top sneaker. The label now introduces an all-new 247 Breathe Pack that is ideal for the warmer months. The series features a total of seven variants swathed in […]

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Mark Levin Accidentally Sums Up the American Right Wing in One Perfectly Depressing Tweet

I try not to write about single tweets because it lends itself to shallow articles. But every now and then a tweet comes along that speaks volumes about how broken and twisted America’s conservative movement is and today, Mark Levin just laid it all out there in plain view:”Forget about useless …Continue reading Continue Reading […]

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Women Artists Are Bringing the Reality of Climate Change Into Your Living Room

This week falls in between two of the largest planned protests for the environmental movement in recent history: last Saturday’s Earth Day March for Science and this coming Saturday’s People’s Climate March. Being a part of the resistance against an administration of climate change deniers can be a frustrating and…Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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