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Month: May 2019

Above & Beyond presents 'Anjunabeats Volume 14' for your listening pleasure

Today, legendary dance trio Above & Beyond shared the latest installment in their iconic ‘Volume’ compilation series: Anjunabeats Volume 14. The latest chapter in a story spanning 16 years, Volume 14 was sketched on the road and in A&B’s London studio. This album coalesced in scarce periods of calm amidst a whirlwind of giddying career […] The post Above & Beyond presents ‘Anjunabeats Volume 14’ for your listening pleasure appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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Plex for Android gets picture-in-picture mode, see how it works here

The newest update to the Plex Android app is rolling out now (version 7.16.1.10610) via the Google Play Store. It brings with it a few new features previously included in beta versions of the app, most notably picture-in-picture mode. Editor’s Pick Plex wants to become a hub for video and audio subscription services Plex If you’re a Plex user, you likely use it mainly to stream your personal library of audio and video files (all of which you purchased legally because you would never, ever pirate anything). … With PiP, you can just tap (or swipe) the home button on your smartphone while viewing a video in your Plex library. The Plex player will minimize and show your home screen, with the video still playing in the lower right corner. You can tap the video twice to go back to a full-screen experience. Check out how it works in the GIF below as seen on a OnePlus 7 Pro: This new multitasking feature will likely be a welcome addition to the Plex experience for power users. Elsewhere, the new Plex update brings the following updates: Updated UI –The video player now looks and functions much like the music player. Better Seeking –You can scrub a video with little preview images, much like you do on YouTube. Your Plex Media Server needs to have this enabled, though. New Viewing Modes...

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Oyster Kids deliver a refreshing “Breathe” of shimmering electro-pop

L.A. based band Oyster Kids deliver a bright synth-pop fueled anthem with “Breathe”. The band describes the new track as, “Hitting the reset button on your life, and how liberating it can feel”. But, honestly, we’re finding ourselves reaching for the replay button. A tight instrumentation and light vocal in the intro quickly build into […] The post Oyster Kids deliver a refreshing “Breathe” of shimmering electro-pop appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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