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Paper Clip #76
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Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Paper Clip #70 by Ryan Sheldon
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Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Paper Clip #30 by Jacob Forrest Severn
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Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.

Mixtape: Purling Hiss by Tyler Curtis
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Mike Polizze of Purling Hiss discusses his four-track roots, Ampegs, and letting his song-guts hang out.

Mixtape: Julian Lynch by Andrew Aylward
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Julian Lynch on his new album Lines, the recording/performing dichotomy, and different ways an artist can make use of an influence.

Mixtape: Psychic Ills by Tyler Curtis
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Tres Warren of Psychic Ills on sonic exploration, making music in New York, and Gibby Haynes’s culinary choices.

John Cale by Gary Canino
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John Cale discusses tour drama with Eno and Ayers, hip-hop comedy, and what it takes to cover Nico.

Mixtape: Bee Mask by Nicholas Earhart
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Bee Mask’s Chris Madak spent the better part of the last two years constructing his new album. Now he reflects on the conceptual threads running through it.

Mixtape: Sic Alps by Ryan Sheldon
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Frontman Mike Donovan discusses the lo-fi DIY recording and music-making process of Sic Alps, set to release their fourth full-length album.

Mixtape: Gary War by Nicholas Earhart
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Gary War on his latest record, Jared’s Lot, inspired by the harshness of Massachusetts in winter, the sounds of Chrome, and the times in life when shit gets real.

Mixtape: Blues Control by Ryan Sheldon
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Blues Control curates an odyssey through avant-garde landscapes of film and classical composition—with a brief digression into street performance.

Mixtape: Dustin Wong by Lori DeGolyer
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Dustin Wong’s meditative, minimalist jams are paths to enlightenment. Or at least euphoria. Lori DeGolyer talks to Wong about his sonic gardening.

Mixtape: Black Bananas by Spencer Sweeney
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Black Bananas’ Jennifer Herrema—of Royal Trux and RTX infamy—hits the hookah with Spencer Sweeney.

The Swede Beat’s Heartbeat: Lydia Kellam by Legacy Russell
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Lydia Kellam is a Swedish Fish far from home, but her take-over of New York’s music scene is coming along swimmingly.

Mixtape: Wet Illustrated by Tauni Malmgren
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Wet Illustrated, an energetic shambolic psych combo with more than a whiff of C86 about them, run down some videos with BOMBlog’s Tauni Malmgren.

Mixtape: Oneohtrix Point Never by Tauni Malmgren
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Combining art, ’80s music clichés, advertising strategies and analog synthesizers, Oneohtrix Point Never, aka Daniel Lopatin, creates experimental ambient music.

Mixtape: Cliffie Swan by Emerald Pellot
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BOMB’s mixtape series continues. To celebrate their new album Memories Come True, out June 21st, drummer Linnea Vedder of Brooklyn’s own Cliffie Swan creates a playlist of acidic, soulful “Sea, Sex, and Sun.”

Mixtape: Davin Wood by Stuart Davis
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Bomb’s Mixtape series continues with ’70s soft rock throwbacks Heidecker & Wood, a duo comprised of Tim Heidecker, co-creator of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! and Davin Wood, the show’s composer.

Mixtape: Gang Gang Dance by Luke Carr
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New York’s Gang Gang Dance have spent the last decade solidifying their reputation for fiery, schizophrenic electronic experimentation. Multi-instrumentalist Brian DeGraw describes the group’s composition process before laying out his Mixtape.

David Kilgour by Leah Loscutoff
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David Kilgour of New Zealand pop legends the Clean took some time to throw together a mixtape of sun-drenched psychedelic gems.

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