Music Bank
Features
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Every video post, as well as every post with a caption, has the 'pin' option.

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To pin a post, click 'Pin' in the bottom-right corner.

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Pinning a post can be hepful for viewing video posts. If you want to see a video without having to keep your mouse hovered over it, you can pin it to keep it extended.

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You can also pin a post to make long text posts with several comments easier to read.

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To pin it, click 'Pin' in the bottom right corner. This can be helpful if the hovering information bar is blocking any of the text.

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To unpin a post, simply click 'Unpin' in the pinned post's bottom-right corner.

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Say you're listening to a song from an audio post.

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What happens if you want to change pages? The music will stop, right?

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Now, thanks to the music bank, it doesn't have to. Audio stored here will continue to play if the page is changed.

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Thanks to the music bank, you can change pages without missing a beat.

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To pin it, click 'Pin' in the bottom right corner. You can also pin a post if the hover information bar is blocking any of the text.

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Mac Demarco - Treat Her Better
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ratherfuck:

Treat Her Better / Mac Demarco

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communified:

The PSA with Buzzkill and Fourth Wall at the end of the GI Jeff episode was a direct homage to this GI Joe PSA

Mac DeMarco - Chamber of Reflection
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thedailytwerk:

Chamber of Reflection - Mac Demarco

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sexdrugsandwilliam:

Because The Internet
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sexdrugsandwilliam:

Because The Internet

pitchfork:

Mac DeMarco is the subject of our latest Cover Story. On the eve of the release of DeMarco’s new album, Salad Days, Pitchfork staff writer Evan Minkser gets to the heart of one of indie rock’s true eccentrics.
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pitchfork:

Mac DeMarco is the subject of our latest Cover Story. On the eve of the release of DeMarco’s new album, Salad Days, Pitchfork staff writer Evan Minkser gets to the heart of one of indie rock’s true eccentrics.