ten years later

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‘Wet Hot American Summer’ is returning to Netflix once again

When Netflix released Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp last year, it quickly became one of our favorite shows. First Day of Camp perfectly encapsulated what made 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer a cult classic, and was a hilarious, delightful experience. Today, Netflix announced that we’re going back to Camp Firewood again in […]

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10 Years On The Fence: Why ‘Good Apollo, Vol. 1’ Is Still The Most Important Record To Me

I remember the day quite vividly, ten years later. I had annoyed my mom all day about picking me up right when school ended, for we had to make our way to the local record store immediately; I had very important things to attend to. I was 14 years old, and I was about to […]

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10 Years Later, TREOS Still Matters: Celebrating ‘Between The Heart And The Synapse’

I was fourteen years old when Between The Heart And The Synapse first came out. I was aware of the band’s presence a little before it released, but I was not yet aware of what the band would later do for me. I was young, excited to be out at shows, and completely enthralled by […]

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Ten Years Later: mewithoutYou’s ‘Catch For Us The Foxes’

My first real rock concert was a Coheed and Cambria headlining tour one winter when I was somewhere between 12 and 13 years old. I was waiting in line with my mother (because she’s totally awesome and loves Coheed), and we see a bearded man covered in jackets walk in front of us and empty […]