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14 ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ hacks to improve your island life
14 ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ hacks to improve your island life
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is intended to be a relaxing, non-competitive game, yet players are discovering some hidden tricks and resources that can make island getaway life all the more efficient and enjoyable. While the game is set in real time and the only skill really needed is luck, some players become a bit frustrated waiting for their long-awaited DIY recipe to wash ashore or to catch a
20 mathcore albums that made the genre what it is today
20 mathcore albums that made the genre what it is today
Although hardcore is often considered a more simplistic style of aggressive music, bands have broken that mold by breeding offshoot subgenres with unique approaches. As the ’90s metallic hardcore movement developed, many took a more technical approach and began experimenting with every piece of their sound, leading to the entire mathcore movement. Like...
10 things you probably didn’t know about My Chemical Romance’s ‘Danger Days’
10 things you probably didn’t know about My Chemical Romance’s ‘Danger Days’
It’s been an entire decade since the Killjoys first made some noise on 2010’s Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys. The aftermath is secondary, ultimately legendary and a timely reminder that My Chemical Romance can turn their hands to any far-fetched concept and produce a timeless, genre-defining album in the process. For eve...
Facebook’s ‘FarmVille’ is shutting down so you can stop tending your crops
Facebook’s ‘FarmVille’ is shutting down so you can stop tending your crops
After 11 years, the original FarmVille on Facebook is officially shutting down for good. Virtual farmers will have to say goodbye to their crops and farmlands at the end of 2020. Read more: It looks like a video for MGK and Halsey’s “forget me too” is on the way Back in 2009, we all became obsessed with virtual farming when FarmVille launched on Facebook. Players are able...
Trevor Project supports LGBTQ+ community with ‘Animal Crossing’ clothes
Trevor Project supports LGBTQ+ community with ‘Animal Crossing’ clothes
Non-profit organization The Trevor Project has launched new merch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for National Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. The non-profit's latest project marks its first-ever digital clothing collection. Read more: Demi Lovato and Marshmello partner with Hope For The Day for new track Various campaigns and organizations have partnered up with Animal Crossing in the pa
The internet reacts to Kamala Harris’ Chuck Taylors on the campaign trail
The internet reacts to Kamala Harris’ Chuck Taylors on the campaign trail
Joe Biden's running mate Kamala Harris was seen sporting some classic Converse this week. Thanks to her latest fashion statement, Chuck Taylors is now trending on Twitter and onlookers are sharing their thoughts on the footwear. Read more: Metallica surpasses Katy Perry in debut album sales Like every politician, Harris is usually seen wearing very professional and formal attire...
See what Mark Hoppus had to say about Tom DeLonge rejoining blink-182
See what Mark Hoppus had to say about Tom DeLonge rejoining blink-182
Since coronavirus lockdown began, blink-182's Mark Hoppus has been doing quite a lot of livestreams on Twitch. Recently, he has been livestreaming to fans while playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This week, Hoppus answered some fan questions while playing the Nintendo game and spilled some secrets about blink-182's next album. He ...
This is what it would sound like if Modern Baseball covered blink-182
This is what it would sound like if Modern Baseball covered blink-182
If you ever wondered what it would sound like if Modern Baseball covered a blink-182 song, look no further. On Monday, May 4, a style cover of blink-182's "First Date" emerged onto YouTube. Created by YouTuber NoseBlind, they have taken the classic blink-182 track and reimagined it with some Modern Baseball-influenced sounds. Read mo...

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