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a history of nfts

If you have been following the latest news, you’ve surely heard of the hype surrounding non-fungible tokens (NFTs). In many ways, 2021 was the Year of NFTs. It was an unprecedented ascent that gave creators the ability to monetize their work easily and provided collectors with an efficient way to purchase and store value. While […]

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With it being Pride Month, the popular livestreaming platform Twitch is uplifting LGBTQIA+ creators, fundraising for various charities and educating its users on how to support the community beyond the month of June. To kick off the month, Twitch livestreamed the OUTLOUD: Raising Voices concert, which featured performances from artists such as Hayley Kiyoko, Adam […]

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Since its creation over a decade ago, Twitch has always been a place where people can game while connecting with viewers who share their interests. While categories such as Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto and VALORANT are played by thousands upon thousands of streamers daily, another section of the platform flourishes: music.  One of the top […]

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Eyedress King Krule "Jealous" Remix

Eyedress dropped a new remix of his popular song “Jealous,” touched up by frequent collaborator King Krule. Titled “Jealous (King Krule Nothing Special Remix),” the track is accompanied by a trippy video directed by Eyedress. Earlier this week, Eyedress—aka Idris Vicuña— teased the track on his social media. The artist took to Twitter to express […]

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In a society that’s constantly obsessed with image and keeping up appearances, it’s easy to forget to be who you are. Decked in black and surrounded by gold, Friday Pilots Club tackle that notion in their latest music video, “Look Better In Gold.” From their debut with 2017’s “End Of It” to their latest track […]

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You may have heard of 100 gecs, the mutant electronic duo of Dylan Brady and Laura Les—but you’re not sure how or where. That’s because the lauded electro-mutants have gotten acclaim from so many sides, it’s hard to keep track. Their universe is a perpetually fizzing amalgam of caffeinated pop, hip hop beats, android EDM […]

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[Photo by: Tim Caymen] Due to coronavirus, many concerts have been canceled or postponed, including South By Southwest. Several bands including Against The Current, FEVER 333, Citizen, the Wrecks, Pussy Riot, Heart Attack Man, Knocked Loose and many other artists got creative and took their live shows to Minecraft. Indie rock band Courier Club coordinated the livestream Block by Blockwest […]

[Photo by: Brendan Walter] A crafty Fall Out Boy fan has put together something truly spectacular with the music note blocks in Minecraft playing the band’s song “Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy.” Reddit user u/immortalsauce shared a clip of the song playing through the game and we can’t even begin to imagine how long it took […]