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Pump Up The Jam: August 4, 2017

No, it’s not a sequel to ‘The Void,’ it’s the new video from Frankie Rose.

This week on Pump Up The Jam: IO Echo, Zola Jesus, Annie Hart, Frankie Rose, Talullah Ruff, Dead Heavens, Beliefs, and Greys.
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New Video From The Cybertronic Spree Directed by Steve Kostanski of Astron-6

Although you may be familiar with The Cybertronic Spree’s covers of songs from the 1986 movie The Transformers, The Pokémon Theme, or Electric Six’s “Danger! High Voltage!” their new single is the first original music the band has released.
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Pump Up The Jam: June 9, 2017

This week! The Cybertronic Spree meets Steven Kostanski, Death From Above, American Lips, Peacers, Zola Jesus, Ohmme, The Luxembourg Signal, Trouble, Uniform, and Electric Six.
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Pump Up The Jam: March 17, 2017

This edition of Pump Up The Jam features Synthwave (The ‘80s Revival), Blood and Glass, The Cairo Gang, Bogart, Rubella Ballet, and Casper Skulls.

Blood and Glass

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Pump Up The Jam: March 3, 2017

This edition of Pump Up The Jam features KYO, CFM, Nightmare Fortress, Aish, and four new reissues from Dark Entries.

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Charles F. Moothart has good hair.

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Pump Up The Jam: February 3, 2017

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This edition of Pump Up The Jam features VOWWS, Gorillaz, Blanck Mass, Rose Elinor Dougall, Choir Boy, and more!
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Pump Up The Jam: January 20, 2017

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Happy New Year!

This edition of Pump Up The Jam features an unprecedented amount of great new music, including TWRP, Pharmakon, Nova Materia, Slowdive, and much more.
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Rob Zombie Likes It Raw: Talking About Movies With Shudder

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Rob Zombie is no stranger to controversy, especially when it comes to his work as a director.
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Pump Up The Jam: December 2, 2016

Ty Segall: Photo by Kyle Thomas

Ty Segall: Photo by Kyle Thomas

This edition of Pump Up The Jam features Ty Segall, Jesca Hoop, Temples, and more.

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Can the Switch revitalize Nintendo?

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The recent handheld console market hasn’t been the most successful. Sony’s PSVita was a failure because it lacked the power to deliver on the “home console in your hand” promise. Nintendo’s own WiiU failed because, well, it just wasn’t that great either, offering slightly better graphics than the original Wii, but with the clunky WiiU controller. The outstanding 3DS is an outlier, but mainly because it plays Pokemon and Mario really well, and offers graphics akin to the Super Nintendo, which isn’t exactly stressing the hardware – we don’t expect it to look like a next-gen console.

So when Nintendo finally announced its new home console – the Nintendo Switch – on Thursday, we finally got to see what it was all about. Read the rest of this entry

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