The forefathers of Randomville are an emboldened collective inspired by the demise of a favorite independent radio station (which has since returned in an internet-only format) to carry the torch of raising a middle finger to corporate radio by creating an independent-minded pop culture web magazine. Our motto: “Killing indie cred…one reader at a time.” What does that mean, you ask? Quite simply, we’re here to snatch indie cred away from elitist snobs by getting the word out to as many people as possible about the entertainment we dig that maybe not so many consumers know about. An educated populace equals less indie cred. Make sense? In the true spirit of our name, we’ll cover just about anything you’d talk about in a bar with friends, so long as it’s tangentially related to entertainment. We stick to “bar rules” though: no religion or politics. Not all of us are professional journalists. Many of us slave away at day jobs we hate for little money. What we are, however, is passionate. Since our hu
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