Phantom Planet have shared another new single. It’s called “Party Animal” and marks the second release of their post-hiatus run following this year’s “BALISONG”. Once again, they’re working with producer Tony Berg, who certainly embellishes their hooks. Like “BALISONG”, this track bubbles and sticks like all the best indie pop. Of its origins, singer-songwriter Alex
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If you spend even a cursory amount of time looking at the more discerning end of menswear, you’ll have noticed one country dominating. Whether you’re obsessing over cult workwear brands, following Instagram accounts like @clutchmagazinejapan, or noticing how much money you can self-justify spending on a single pair of jeans, then you’re under the influence
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Starbucks is know for releasing some fun Halloween themed drinks and this year they are living up to their Halloween concoctions.  In previous years they have released Zombie Frappuccino, Frappula Frappuccino and the Franken Frappuccino.  This year they presenting customers with the Witch’s Brew Frappuccino, Starbucks describes the drink as , “Our cauldron bubbles with a Halloween Frappuccino Blended Beverage
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Beams Plus Knitted Rugby Shirt Japanese menswear don Beams Plus has torn the rule-book in two with this sportswear-influenced rugby shirt mashed together with an ol’ winter favourite the wooly jumper. It’s a tidy number that will work wonders as a preppy alternative to a cotton-button down underneath your office-ready blazer. Peak Ametora for those
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It’s over. Helios and Matheson Analytics (HMNY), the parent company of MoviePass announced today that they’re pulling the plug on the famed monthly movie ticket subscription service which offered unlimited tickets for $9.99/a month. HMNY today said that it formed a strategic review committee comprised of independent directors, to identify, review and explore all strategic
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A selfish filmmaker fails at creating the cutting edge freedom of speech documentary he had envisioned and inadvertently unleashes holy hell from a 500 pound comedian on the verge of a nervous breakdown. A big fat dose of nightmare fuel for the politically correct! REVIEW: Presented as a documentary, Flesh Blanket
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