• Listen: Crystal Castles - Sad Eyes
  • Posted 23 months ago by Jack Lowe · music · 5566 Views
  • In the lead up to the release of their next album III, Crystal Castles have so far released three new songs - "Plague", "Wrath of God", and "Affection". Now, they've added on more to that list in the form of the fast paced dream-pop track "Sad Eyes". The album will be dropping in full next week on 12 November, 2012, and is already available to listen to on Spotify. Listen to "Sad Eyes" below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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    • More listenable than the other stuff
    • Tom Posted 23 months ago · 14 Reply
    • the album as a whole is excellent (my favourites being 'Insuline' and 'Transgender' but I wish they'd push some boundaries, they're playing extremely safe. They need to colab with Pussy Riot asap
    • AdamHowardCross Posted 23 months ago · 6 Reply
    • This group just looooves using images that don't belong to them.
    • Ugh. Posted 23 months ago · 11 Reply
  • Video: Rapha - Lucid
  • 23 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 6763 Views
  • High-end cycling label Rapha have released a new riding video set on the empty night streets of St. Petersburg in Russia. Featuring a soundtrack from Racket Music and Jonathan McGuiness narrating lines from Shakespeare’s "The Tempest" (We are such stuff / As dreams are made...
  • Listen: The Internet - Give It Time
  • 23 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 1859 Views
  • In the lead up to the release of their EP Feel Good in December, Odd Future offshoot The Internet (Syd Tha Kyd and Matt Martian) have released a new track called "Give It Time". With smooth vocals and a laid back beat, the soulful track comes accompanied with a fitting cover featuring...
  • Coca-Cola and Nendo Tableware
  • 23 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 5180 Views
  • In order to reduce their carbon footprint, soft drink giant Coca-Cola have teamed up with Japanese architect and designer Nendo to up-cycle their glass bottles into glass blown tableware. Originally designed by Earl R. Dean in the 1900s, the glass bottles have become synonymous with...