Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35

Throughout my time in Brooklyn, New York, there were a great number of bands who became the soundtrack to my life. Each band gave me sprinkles of what I needed for the train ride to work or the long walk home, but none of them, for me, were more impactful and all around transcendental, thanContinue reading “Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35”

Listen to PHANTOGRAM’S Black Out Days

Sharing the crown with other New York-based, synth pop duos like School of Seven Bells, Sleigh Bells and Purity Ring, PHANTOGRAM, Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards), are carving quite a reputation for themselves in the electronic scene. Their 2011 release “Night Moves” is a catchy variant on the sometimes too abstractContinue reading “Listen to PHANTOGRAM’S Black Out Days”

MITNG’S Top 30 albums of 2012

It’s that time of year again! It where lists of other people’s opinions matter more than your own, and everyone’s influence decides your listening for about a week. We’ve compiled a list with mainly me (Ryan) working out which album feels best with what spot. Now there are going to be some after thought aboutContinue reading “MITNG’S Top 30 albums of 2012”

MITNG’S best videos of 2012…an Epic year!!

Presented in no particular fucking order, I give you MITNG’s best music videos of 2012. A warning: The list is long and lawd knows it could’ve gone longer. Even as I write this, I’m thinking of people that I may have left out and it pains me, but it’s not like they look at thisContinue reading “MITNG’S best videos of 2012…an Epic year!!”

School Of Seven Bells latest EP “Put Your Sad Down” is so much more

SVIIB new EP Put Your Sad Down is like taking the SVIIB sound and giving it a club make over. Not to say that what they do normally isn’t banging, but listening to this EP , you get a sense that producer Benjamin Curtis set out to create their own version of trance. The firstContinue reading “School Of Seven Bells latest EP “Put Your Sad Down” is so much more”

PEEP THE BEAUTIFUL, THE HIP, THE NOSTALGIC AND SOMETIMES ODD VIDEOS OF DAVID DEAN BURKHART

I can’t imagine David Dean Burkhartt being as old as me, in fact he was probably born in the eighties. But could he have downloaded that much neon in his early years to constitute all the nostalgia he places in his videos? I mean if you checkout his Vimeo or Youtube pages, they are loadedContinue reading “PEEP THE BEAUTIFUL, THE HIP, THE NOSTALGIC AND SOMETIMES ODD VIDEOS OF DAVID DEAN BURKHART”