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Solange, YG, BROCKHAMPTON top impressive Camp Flog Gnaw 2019 lineup

Tyler the Creator just announced the lineup for the annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival. As always, the roster features an assortment of revered hip-hop and alternative acts like Solange, Daniel Caesar, and a headling set from Tyler himself. Another headliner has yet to be revealed at this point. There are also more than a few […]

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Solange, YG, BROCKHAMPTON top impressive Camp Flog Gnaw 2019 lineup

Tyler the Creator just announced the lineup for the annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival. As always, the roster features an assortment of revered hip-hop and alternative acts like Solange, Daniel Caesar, and a headling set from Tyler himself. Another headliner has yet to be revealed at this point. There are also more than a few […]

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The worst things on the internet in 2018

And so draws to a close another year that we—all of us, willingly or not—spent online. If 2016 was a year defined by hating the year 2016, and 2017 was a year in which this vast disdain could only be quantified by categorizing and ranking the most loathsome things online, 2018 was—well, we’re not going […]

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Proposed EU Copyright Law Could Cause Problems For Fan Content In Games

Yesterday, the European Parliament’s Committee on Legal Affairs voted to approve a controversial new copyright directive that, if made into law, could change the internet as we know it. Just one of the many potential terrible results of the directive, which tasks companies to monitor user-submitted content for…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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LonelyStreams Shows You What Happens In Twitch Streams With Zero Viewers

Many stories about Twitch revolve around celebrities, the influencers and tastemakers who have “made it” to a career of all-day gameplay streaming. But Twitch isn’t just star gamers; it’s pirate streams, bizarre Tim and Eric-style broadcasts, and average Joes just streaming their Overwatch matches. Many do so without…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Gorillaz announce Demon Dayz Festival will come to the U.S. for the first time

Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett have found a way to keep their followers engaged for 15 years now thanks to their post-modern British virtual band Gorillaz. After a five year hiatus, they released their fifth studio album Humanz in 2017, which fans could not have been more excited about. A year later, Gorillaz listeners are in […]

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Kaytranada repurposes The Internet’s chill ‘Roll (Burbank Funk)’ into dancefloor ready heater

Summer’s coming, and if it’s anything like Kaytranada‘s latest remix, it’s going to be a hot one. Off the heels of his dazzling collaboration with R&B/funk artist Robert Glasper for an ArtScience remixes EP, Kaytranda’s dropped off an official remix of The Internet’s “Roll (Burbank Funk),” which the group released last month. Expectedly, it’s an irresistible call to […]

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Outside Lands reveals The Weeknd, ODESZA, DJ Snake, Jamie xx & more atop 2018 bill

Outside Lands has revealed the 2018 lineup for its 11th installment in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park August 10-12. Following a fervent 2017 edition of Gorillaz, The Who, and Metallica headlining, 2018 boasts a hefty onslaught of acts, and although the headliners see earlier appearances in the festival season  — The Weeknd at Coachella and Janet Jackson at both Panorama and […]

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Meet the man keeping 8chan, the world’s most vile website, alive

Increasingly, the majority of people are content to experience the online world through the warm, blue-white glow of Facebook. But beyond the closed ecosystems of giant tech companies, the open web remains populous, anonymous, strange and sometimes, very unpleasant.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Meet the man keeping 8chan, the world’s most vile website, alive

Increasingly, the majority of people are content to experience the online world through the warm, blue-white glow of Facebook. But beyond the closed ecosystems of giant tech companies, the open web remains populous, anonymous, strange and sometimes, very unpleasant.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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