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1. #37: Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Advertising

#37: Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Advertising

Tune into this weeks session of Pixels and Ink learn Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Advertising from expert Rick Mulready! He believes that "that social media marketing, specifically Facebook, is a skill that entrepreneurs and online marketers who want to thrive in today’s marketplace NEED to master," and has dedicated his life to sharing his knowledge. Along with his full-time coaching, and incredible podcast called The Art of Paid Traffic, Rick also produces tons of useful content and creates training programs for entrepreneurs and online marketers that show you how to get results from Facebook advertising. Whether you or brand new to the topic or a daily practitioner, this is an Episode you DO NOT want to miss! We hope you enjoy!

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3. Pixels and Ink - E32016 Podcast Special

Pixels and Ink - E32016 Podcast Special

Our E3 Crew sit down to discuss all the hottest and newest announcemnts right from the E3 floor.

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4. Pixels and Ink: Episode 202 - Wars of Civility

Pixels and Ink: Episode 202 - Wars of Civility

In this week's podcast we engage in the most civil war you've ever heard. It's brother against brother as Jordan and Phil go head-to-head about the quality of Starfox: Zero. Phil also saw some movies.

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5. Pixles and Ink #196 - Sad Batman

Pixles and Ink #196 - Sad Batman

With Cody, and Jordan out of the office, Lisa and Brendan join on the cast. Phil is not amazed by Batman v Superman and Brendan enjoys Paragon. Mix in some indie films, news and other games and you have yourself a full podcast.

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6. Pixles and Ink: Episode 181 - Amiibo's Creed

Pixles and Ink: Episode 181 - Amiibo's Creed

In episode 181 Cody leads the team, Phil is pleasently surprised by Creed and Jordan will defend Amiibo Festival to the death!

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7. Pixles and Ink #206 - Turtle Power

Pixles and Ink #206 - Turtle Power

It's the end of an era as Cody may be stepping down from the throne of podcast host. We talk a bit about Sonic games, Konami's newest Pachinko machine and the new potential Bond. But what you're all listening for is Phil's thoughts on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (spoiler: it's terrible). Cody also comes to his senses about Mutants in Manhattan, and the new Skylander's mobile game made Jordan hate Skylanders. Next week...Mel returns!

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8. Pixles and Ink 177 - Spoopy Halloween Special

Pixles and Ink 177 - Spoopy Halloween Special

Mel, Cody, Jordan and Phil gather around the campfire for their very own meeting of the Midnight Society. The gang shares their favorite scary movies and games as well as a few of their own spooky stories. This episode is full of haunted castles, haunted streets and lids flying off jars.

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10. Yaleesa Hall X Malin - Third Lucas (WNK008)

Yaleesa Hall X Malin - Third Lucas (WNK008)

The now well established and widely respected Will & Ink label hits release number eight with a debut collaborative effort from Yaleesa Hall and Malin Genie. They serve up three tracks having both released individually on this label before now, and while Yaleesa Hall is still someone we know very little about, Malin Genie is the producer who co-runs the Oscillate label, is based in Amsterdam and Paris and works with Lazare Hoche and Samuel Andre Madsen as Mandar. 'First Lucas' is a tough, abstract kicker with industrial sound design and weird synths the only accompaniment to a monstrous, earth moving kick drum. Truly hypnotic and all consuming it is followed by a brief bit of dark interlude music before 'Second Lucas' pairs ghoulish sounds with well swung wood block hits and watery pads. It is a forceful groove full of occult atmosphere and lastly 'Third Lucas' is again about solid kick drums and freaky sound design. Here squelchy synths and frazzled lines all dart about as hunched kicks stomp out a macho groove below. This is perfect warehouse music once again from the Will & Ink label.

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11. The Devil's Swing - Rindy + Lendy vocaloid

The Devil's Swing - Rindy + Lendy  vocaloid

Orginal; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOjRelVl8e0 By Fandroid

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12. Will & Ink - Mersenne (WNK003)

Will & Ink - Mersenne (WNK003)

Now on to the third release, Dutch duo Will & Ink have turned plenty of heads with their raw and pounding sounds. This latest EP, Mersenne, is no different and features four more tracks of hardware made house. Opener 'First Mersenne' is a hunched over techno kicker with loud in the mix hi hats leaving icy trails in their wake as chunky beats race below. It's a powerful groove that sweeps all in its way aside. 'Second Mersenne' is similarly defiant in its mission to get from a to b and has some kin ship with the bulky loops of analogue technoists Skudge. On to the flip side, 'Third Mersenne' is spikey and splintered, with wooden drums and rattling dub chords that work toward a heady and intense peak. Indecipherable vocal yelps hide within the arrangement and add an extra sense of urgency. Finally, 'Mersellanious' is a beat less sketch of pulsing synths and alien sound effects that entombs you in a warm pillow of sound. It's the way each sound is sculpted so expertly that makes these heavyweight tracks so essential. a1. Will & Ink - First Mersenne a2. Will & Ink - Second Mersenne b1. Will & Ink - Third Mersenne b2. Will & Ink - Mersellanious

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13. Will & Ink - Wilson (WNK002)

Will & Ink - Wilson (WNK002)

Meet Wilson. www.delsinrecords.com/release.php?idxRelease=3660 'First Wilson' is a well swung bit of dub techno that rocks back and forth in a vast open echo chamber and features some crazed machines taking control and whirring manically until the dubby, pendulous garage groove returns once more. 'Second Wilson' is a more flat-footed slow techno jam. The kicks are hard and fast but are softened by blurts of thick synth and various little sound effects and wouldn’t sound out of place on Fachwerk, whilst closing track 'Third Wilson' is another muscular and physical thing with barrelling kick drums, little rays of synth light shooting through and warped and reversed tones cut right through it all to devastating effect. It’s rave and jungle like at the same time as sounding thoroughly contemporary.

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14. Yaleesa Hall - First Leyland (Will & Ink)

Yaleesa Hall - First Leyland (Will & Ink)

The impressive Will & Ink label hits release number four with a new EP from label debutant Yaleesa Hall. This marks an expansion and progression for the label, as it is the first time Will & Ink themselves have not been behind a release, a path they will continue to follow in the future. The three tracks of the EP are straight up club bangers. 'First Leyland' is well swung, dubbed out and raw bit of concrete funk with whip snapping snare lines and moody atmospheres percolating in the background. 'Second Leyland' has a woodpecker like percussive hook running right through the middle of bulky kick drums. Fizzing textures and sandy surfaces add layers of intrigue and help pull you right into he heart of the track before closer 'Third Leyland' toys with broken, stuttering beat patterns, itchy hi hats and rippling dub techno chords. Raw and inventive, stripped back but full of feeling, these are compelling techno tracks that sound like little else out there right now.

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15. Will & Ink - Fermat (WNK001)

Will & Ink - Fermat (WNK001)

Will & Ink - Fermat, Will & Ink's debut release coming soon on Will & Ink / Delsin http://www.delsinrecords.com/release.php?idxRelease=3567 Delsin is proud to announce that we are working with Will & Ink, a new label and production duo of the same name. Well, they aren’t really new, because individually Will & Ink are Dutchmen with many musical projects to their names. This new project, however, is something different. When Will & Ink got together for the first time they had a gut feeling that they could add something new to the techno world. This is why their raw and pounding sound is brought to life through custom-built hardware, which you can see in action during their unique live sets. Now those first tracks get an official release in the form of this three track Fermat EP. The opening track, First Fermat is a well swung, cantering techno groove with swinging hi hats and the sandiest of hits peeling off the top. The percussion and metallic rattles sound like nothing else and all in all it’s one of the most infectious warehouse styled tracks you are likely to hear. Second Fermat recalls the releases of Fachwerk and is built on the same bubbly, grip-y drums and clattering rhythm sections, but this time a dark, filtered vocal lurks in the middle to add an element of intensity and paranoia amongst the spangled synths. Finally, Third Fermat is a little more stripped back. The textures are still sandy and rough edged, the beats still seem to lean into a stiff wind but here the hook is a frazzled, blistered little synth which tears up the middle of the track, hypnotising as it goes. This EP marks quite the debut for a pair that has many more special techno treats up their sleeves for the coming months, both in the studio and live arena.

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16. Yaleesa Hall X Malin - Second Carol (WNK009) Preview

Yaleesa Hall X Malin - Second Carol (WNK009) Preview

Next up on Will & Ink is a second release from Yeleesa Hall & Malin, hot on the heels of their last collaborative effort, Lucas, at the end of 2015. Once again the mysterious Hall and Amsterdam/Paris based Oscillate Music boss cook up some hard hitting house that is sonically inventive. Opener ’First Carol’ has hulking kicks and hits and a writhing, monstrous sounding synth line that brings real rawness and energy to the four-four beats all around it. Some spooky little beat-less passage of eerie industrial sounds appear before ‘Second Carol’ again slips into a well swung and purposeful groove. This one is rubbery and rolling, with dubbed out chords riding up and down and airy hats adding a sense of scale. Another EP of contemporary club music of the highest order.

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17. Yaleesa Hall X Malin - First Carol (WNK009) Preview

Yaleesa Hall X Malin - First Carol (WNK009) Preview

Next up on Will & Ink is a second release from Yeleesa Hall & Malin, hot on the heels of their last collaborative effort, Lucas, at the end of 2015. Once again the mysterious Hall and Amsterdam/Paris based Oscillate Music boss cook up some hard hitting house that is sonically inventive. Opener ’First Carol’ has hulking kicks and hits and a writhing, monstrous sounding synth line that brings real rawness and energy to the four-four beats all around it. Some spooky little beat-less passage of eerie industrial sounds appear before ‘Second Carol’ again slips into a well swung and purposeful groove. This one is rubbery and rolling, with dubbed out chords riding up and down and airy hats adding a sense of scale. Another EP of contemporary club music of the highest order.

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