Hotline: Retro runes, running Amok . . .

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RETRO RUNES

Runescape by Jagex Game Studio

— written by Michael Sanchez (elDon Staff Writer)

Jagex Game Studio has released a remake of the 2007 Runscape servers. With a $2 online membership fee, you can relive the nostalgic feelings of being back in elementary school. With the classic Runescape theme song playing in the background, you’re thrown into the world of Gielinor you once knew as you go from fishing to cutting wood. This remake is sure to keep you entertained for hours.
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DARING DUO

Go Missin’ by Usher

— written by Yesenia Varela (elDon Staff Writer)

Usher presented his Valentine’s Day gift to all his fans with the single Go Missin’. Usher partnered with DJ and Producer Diplo to create a sound different from his usual R&B style. A calming melody mixed with an upbeat and transient background rhythm, Usher sets this single apart from classics like Burn and Yeah. It is easy to imagine that you are dancing at a club to this electrifying new single.
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CHEESY CLASSIC

The Grilled Cheese Spot at Downtown Santa Ana

— written by Jesus Pacheco

The Grilled Cheese Spot in Downtown Santa Ana is a hip new food joint with a focus on the craft of grilled cheese sandwiches. The menu boasts more than 15 different cheeses and offers six in-house sandwich choices or a $6 build-your-own option. The Starving Artist is a perfect grilled cheese stuffed with balsamic portobello mushrooms and gruyere cheese. The Grilled Cheese Spot is located at 318 W. 5th St.
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RUNNING AMOK

Atoms for Peach by Amok

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— written by Aaron Vasque

The surreal album Amok by Atoms For Peace takes cues from ambient, glitch and electronic music. Vocalist Thom Yorke wears his influences on his sleeve with mystical lyrics that echo Neil Young over beats that harken back to his collaboration with Modeselektor. Amok is a very emotional album; tracks are dark, beats are loud, and Yorke’s voice is mysterious as he sings in one of the best albums of the year.


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