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  • Thirsty Thursday – “Lunch Special” by Nova Rockafeller

    By Intune on March 27, 2015.

    By Ben It’s Thirsty Thursday and it’s time to get ready for the freaking weekend. I will be getting ready by rocking out to “Lunch Special” by Nova Rockafeller. Managed by Jensen Karp, the former Hot Karl and host of ...

  • InTune Roundtable Discussion: The Blurred Lines of Copyright Infringement

    By Intune on March 25, 2015.

    By now you're probably well aware that the family of Marvin Gaye was awarded nearly $7.4 million after a jury unanimously determined that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke's hit single "Blurred Lines" infringed on the copyrights of Marvin Gaye's classic song, ...

  • Music Monday – “begin again” by Purity Ring

    By Intune on March 24, 2015.

    By J. Purity Ring's "begin again" track off of their latest album bodyache is an incredibly full song. The keys, the bass, the synth, the vocals, the 808 influenced drum pattern - it's powerful. Then enters the chorus, a rise of ...

  • Why Cry? We Spotify! “Bring Da Rackus” Playlist

    By Intune on March 23, 2015.

    By J. Recently updated this playlist with songs from Wu-Tang's latest release A Better Tomorrow and felt it deserved a post. We all know that Wu-Tang is forever and that it's for the babies, so enjoy this for eternity for ...

  • To Pimp A Butterfly: Pt. 2 – The Analysis

    By Intune on March 20, 2015.

    -By Jackie The more I listen to To Pimp a Butterfly, I hear more and more complex personal and political messages and stories threaded throughout it. The one of the most prominent, important, challenging, and in some ways problematic messages ...

  • To Pimp A Butterfly: Pt. 1 – The Review

    By Intune on March 19, 2015.

    By J. When one has big shoes to fill, it’s always a difficult task. Even more difficult is when those big shoes belong to you. This was the road that Kendrick Lamar created for himself and his latest release, To ...