• Hey everyone, ALYXX here for ASOD, reporting in with some new music. Missed a blog post last time so I’m gonna try to make it up, but it’s going to have to be quick unfortunately because of this fabulous engineering schedule I’m on. Such is life! For 4/20/15 we’ll be spotlighting a sort of sub-genre that I made up for organizational purposes, but it’s one of my absolute fav’s to dig in. It’s called “Cracked Progressive House”….why I chose “Cracked”, […]

  • Hey all, it’s been awhile. I got caught up a bit in homework for awhile, but I’m happy to say that I’m reworking my schedule and should have a little more breathing room the rest of the season! To makeup, I’ll recap some tracks that made my headphones sing the past few weeks here :). They’re more laidback tracks, perfect for kicking back on a beach or chilling with some friends. Without further ado, in no particular order: Opening up […]

  •               It’s very possible that many of us will never listen to the Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. With only one copy made, as all the digital copies had been destroyed, it has morphed the album itself into an artifact worth the consideration of high art. The album is set to be auctioned off, with the highest bidder able to do what they please with the album. Presumably, a […]

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  • So first things first: Singapore does not have good American pizza. There’s this stuff called VPN (Vera Pizza Napoletana) which is pretty much Italian style flatbreads and a handful of Pizza Huts. But be it thin-crust or deep-dish, a high quality version of the American staple is absent in this part of the world. This does not mean that the food here does not kick ass, but this topic could make up another post completely. (I can currently name 8 […]

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  • Parquet Courts are an indie rock band with a punk rock ethic. Since 2011, they have technically released 6 albums. After releasing “Sunbathing Animal” in 2014 and before collaborating with PC Worship, they released “Content Nausea” using their homonym name Parkay Quarts. The band seems to enjoy the anti-marketability of rapid releases and name changes, and I must admit that it is all very compelling in its stubbornness, so I won’t pass judgment. “Content Nausea” was primarily recorded by only […]

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