Related: Jimmy Chamberlin is a tech VC now http://www.hypebot.com/hypebot/2014/09/jimmy-chamberlin-from-smashing-pumpkins-drummer-to-music-tech-ceo.html
Beautiful video and great song. Tony Allen’s groove should somehow be preserved for posterity in the Smithsonian.
Would expect nothing less from Eric Andre.
Whoops, this mash-up pretty much proves that the songs aren’t alike at all. Blurred Lines is literally two chords: 4 bars of the I chord, 4 bars of the V chord, over and over again. Got to Give It Up goes I for 8 bars, then IV – V – I – II 2X. Other than the fact that they both have a cowbell and a nice medium tempo groove, I don’t see how there’s any argument of infringement.
A friend of mine visited Harvard in 2005 and ended up eating dinner with Rivers in the dorm dining hall. He reported that Rivers was shy and awkward. And that he was a thirtysomething rock star eating in a college dorm dining hall.
Yes! Saw these dudes live recently and they were amazing. Also, Adam Schatz’ “zombie jazz” band Father Figures is awesome and puts on a mind-blowing live show. Aaaand Landlady/Father Figures drummer Ian Chang plays with Son Lux and Matthew Dear and is incredible.
Album: Dysnomia by Dawn of Midi
Song: Mobius Streak by Hiatus Kaiyote
New Artist: Celestial Shore
Video: Wishes by Beach House
Yeah I’ve always thought that Age of Adz was up there with the Sistine Chapel and Don Quixote as one of the greatest artistic achievements in human history, but y’know, different strokes.