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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Michael Jackson's Dance Moves, Pandora's iPad Ads, Blog Love for Ty Segall and Safe

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Safe's Christopher F. Edley III
  • Safe's Christopher F. Edley III

Michael Jackson's dance moves make

for new video game. [Daily Swarm]

Pandora's iPad app pairs music and videos with ads from Starbucks, Lexus and Budweiser. [Digital Music News]

Pitchfork gives Ty Segall's Melted a 7.5, says "it seems in some ways like his first proper record." [Pitchfork]

No way: Chron says Apple, Google and Facebook are "arguably the three most influential companies in consumer technology today." [SF Gate]

Stereogum deems Berkeley electronic minimalists Safe a "band to watch," calls its music "intimate" and "bracingly spare." We're tempted to call it chillwave. (Free download in first link.) [Stereogum]

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