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  • Donald Glover Talks Dick Jokes With Chevy Chase

    Donald Glover stars in the NBC sitcom Community alongside Joel McHale and Chevy Chase as Troy, a former high school football star trying to reinvent himself. Along with his work on Community Glover has worked as a staff writer on 30 Rock, and does stand-up and improv around New York City. This fall he’ll star in Mystery Team, his first feature, which he also co-wrote and produced. Community airs on Thursdays 8/7c. on NBC.

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  • Monsters of Folk Video Contest Goes LIVE Today

    Death and Taxes and You Tube are giving you the chance to direct a video for the new Monsters of Folk single “Dear God.” The winner not only gets the glory of directing the band’s new music video but will win $5,000 (!) a Gibson acoustic guitar signed by the band and Final Cut Pro. 5 runners up also get some cool stuff like vinyl. Submissions will accepted until Jan 1.

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  • You Review: “Higher Than The Stars” by Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

    If you haven’t seen it, the new issue of Death+Taxes is alive with an interactive technology that allows you to take pictures of images in the magazine using the camera in your cell phone, and instantly get exclusive audio and video content delivered right to your phone. It’s insanely cool and we recommend you go find yourself a copy, but for now, we’ve translated the technology to the web so you can use it right now! Just click through the jump, take a picture of the album cover with your phone (so that the album cover takes up the whole frame) and email it to Or you can MMS text it to 66268. You’ll instantly receive a 30 second cut of the song back on your phone. Text or email us back your rating (on a scale of 1-5). We’ll compile your reviews and post the results in our next issue. Thanks to our partners Scion for sponsoring the technology!

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  • Stuff Hipsters Hate: Digital Music

    Yeah, a hipster may Torrent with the best of them, but they hate purchasing digital music. If they had their druthers, we would never have moved beyond vinyl—something they will tell you repeatedly as they flip through their stack of worn records…

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