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Month: July 2019

Lo Stresso's visual for “Noelle” is a testament to the struggles of love

Hip-hop, production, and visual collective Lo Stresso continues to astound music fans with their consistent string of poignant singles, beginning with “Oxygen” in 2018 followed by “Wax & Wane” back in April. The anonymous trio has since resurfaced with a stirring new single entitled “Noelle”, which is paired with a stirring Brume directed visual. According […] The post Lo Stresso’s visual for “Noelle” is a testament to the struggles of love appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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cln releases his final single “Change My Mind” leading up to debut album [Premiere]

After a slew of smooth releases such as “Fade To Grey” and “What I Know,” the Australian artist cln now serves up the final look inside of his debut album with the single “Change My Mind.” Over the years, cln has delicately laid out his style through singles that shine with their laidback and chilled […] The post cln releases his final single “Change My Mind” leading up to debut album [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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Suff Daddy , Ill Camille and J.Lamotta bring pure soulful “Magic” [Premiere]

Brought to us by the good folks at Jakarta records, the trio of Suff Daddy, Ill Camille and J.Lamotta team up for this excellent jam aptly titled “Magic”.  Suff Daddy taps into his 90s neo-soul/hip-hop bag and builds a soothing, snappy beat that would have heads rocking in no time. Backed by such a beautiful […] The post Suff Daddy , Ill Camille and J.Lamotta bring pure soulful “Magic” [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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7 times Google was behind the curve with its Pixel phones

The Google Pixel phones represented a major shift for Google back in 2016, as the Mountain View company sought to take a bigger role in the design of its phones. The results have been pretty neat to say the least, as the phone series delivers top-notch camera quality and lean, clean software. However, Google’s Pixel phones haven’t always been ahead of the curve, as the company has often been seriously late to the party with several ubiquitous features. Let’s take a look at a few times Google Pixel phones had questionable missing features. 1. Water resistance The original Google Pixel series was a landmark duo of phones for the firm. Gone was the beloved Nexus branding in favor of an all-new start. Google’s first Pixel had a great foundation, blowing competitors away with its camera chops and speedy updates, however, it wasn’t without a few missteps. Dive deeper: Everything you need to know about IP and ATM ratings One of Google’s biggest omissions for the first Pixels was water resistance. This wasn’t necessarily a dealbreaker (the phones had splash resistance), but the feature was quickly becoming a must-have in the eyes of consumers. After all, Samsung’s all-conquering Galaxy S7 series and Sony’s Xperia flagships at the time both offered robust ratings. Google would go on to implement IP67 water/dust resistance on the Pixel 2 series and IP68 on the...

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