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Doing The Impossible: Interview With Oh Wonder

 This article first appeared on Native Entertainment and is reprinted with permission as part of a content collaboration agreement. Consisting of Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, Oh Wonder are a London-based alt-pop duo. Native Entertainment spoke to them while they were on tour and here’s what they found out: 1. Could you give us an introduction to your music? We are Oh Wonder, a songwriting duo from London, UK. We write alt-pop songs that are infused with soft electro beats and unison vocals. 2. When writing songs, do you wait for any specific feelings or simply have a writing session?…
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Are You An Instagram Husband?

We all love Instagram (we even wrote about it at length) but are we loving Instagram a little too much? In a #hilarious video, American talk show The Mystery Hour sheds light (no flash, please) on life behind the iPhone. More specifically, the plight of the husbands behind the camera (and you thought those bloggers’ boyfriends have it all good). Some are totally into it (eye-twitching notwithstanding). But most are not. “Behind every cute girl on Instagram is a guy like me… and a brick wall.” “We used to eat our food, now we just take pictures of it.” In mock social enterprise/Kickstarter fashion,…
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4 Amazing Foodies On YouTube You Have To Subscribe To

“It’s a quarter after one, I’m a little drunk, and I need you now” This ain’t an article about Lady Antebellum and where they’ve disappeared to, but rather a quick guide to some amazing food-centric channels on YouTube for your supper cravings! Because we’ve all been tired and hungry (and drunk) while doing our late-night Internet scrolling (or homework, if you’re responsible), here are 4 chefs/pseudo-chefs who have been cooking up a storm online. Just grab a fork and dig in! 1) SORTED Food It’s impossible not to love the 4 British boys/men of SORTED. Comprising Jamie Spafford, Barry James Taylor, Mike Huttlestone,…
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Todrick Hall: YouTube’s Biggest Crossover Star

Generally speaking, mash-ups can either go really good or really bad. It definitely takes skill to be able to weave 2 (or more) songs seamlessly into a totally new track. YouTuber Todrick Hall makes short work of these massive musical tasks , as evidenced by the ridiculously virtuosic projects on his channel. His latest video series, however, are taking things to another level. Titled “4 Rihanna“, the latest video depicts four copies of him singing to some of RiRi’s biggest hits. This comes after similar artist-centric mashes “4 Taylor” and “4 Beyoncé“. BONUS: Read all the YouTuber inside jokes appearing as Instagram comments at…
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