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The Neighbourhood – Void

Sounds like: The 1975, Sir Sly, The Palms

What's so good?

Last week The Neighbourhood released single, "Void," an understated melancholy synth-pop track -- which is an area of expertise for The Nenighbourhood The album has been released in installments and will include the tracks on EPs Hard and To Imagine. "Void" is the final single to be released preceding the release of their self-titled album, due out March 9th.

1. Original post: The Neighbourhood - Void

2. Find more music on Indie Shuffle's Indie Music Blog.

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That Waterfall Scene Is A Nod To A Classic Black Panther Comic

Black Panther, director Ryan Coogler's MCU debut, is different from most comic book films, and indeed from Marvel movies as a whole. The film provides audiences with pathos, profound social commentary, and real tragedy. What is familiar to the genre, however, are the Easter eggs replete in Black Panther. King T'Challa's first solo outing on the big screen stayed true to his comic roots, calling on some of the best Black Panther storylines to create a truly awe-inspiring experience (though, his history contains some decidedly disturbing elements, as well). 

Black Panther has a rich history dating all the way back to the '60s, which means there's no shortage of trivia about the character and his origins, but beyond the fun facts are the fascinating peoples, technology, and spirit of Wakanda.

These are all the Black Panther Easter eggs. In case you missed any on your first viewing, you can keep an eye out the second time around. Seriously, if you're on the fence, you should absolutely see it again. And if you haven't seem the film, MASSIVE SPOILERS AHEAD.

That Waterfall Scene Is A Nod To A Classic Black Panther Comic

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