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Radiohead: Sit Down, Stand Up

By Michael Hession on at

Have you had the pleasure of watching the wonderful BBC series, Life? You probably have. Beautiful HD nature docs provide the perfect visual background for any living room activity. And as many have discovered, they play even better when muted and paired with a soundtrack of your choosing.

An Animated Primer to Dubstep

By Mario Aguilar on at

Thanks to the mainstream success of artists like Skrillex, dubstep is enjoying some widespread appreciation. Wait, but what is dubstep? Most people probably can't tell it apart from other types electronic music.

Echo and the Bunnymen: The Game

By Kat Hannaford on at

The hair! The shorts! The Carmen Miranda-style fruit hat! Echo and the Bunnymen had a great sense of humour hiding under that goth-like rock exterior, most obvious in lead singer Ian McCulloch's lyrics. The Game, released in 1987, is one of those songs, the lyrics of which haunt you for hours.

The Black Keys: Heavy Soul

By Jack Loftus on at

Sunday is my day here at Gizmodo. Has been for some time. The day and this shift have nestled nice and snug into my life groove. Unfortunately, it's also the day I'm most apt to be a bit, ah, groggy.