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 +2Posted on Oct 7th | re: Future - "Break The Rules" (1 comments)

Dag nabbit I was hoping it was a cover of the Charli XCX song.

 0Posted on Jul 29th | re: Fashion Meets Music Festival Drops R. Kelly (2 comments)

And yet Woody Allen’s films get played nationwide, win Oscars, and get stellar reviews with not a ounce of outrage. The hypocrisy is stunning.

I like to switch up the lyric to “Baby you’re so plastic”. Much more fitting.

 +2Posted on Jul 28th | re: Jessie J, Ariana Grande, & Nicki Minaj - “Bang Bang” (10 comments)

Seriously, Price Tag wasn’t even that big of a hit. Although Domino was so generic Tom probably didn’t even realize who sang it.

 +1Posted on Jul 16th | re: Mixtape Of The Week: DVS Mutant League (3 comments)

I follow him on Twitter and never quite knew what his deal was besides being hilarious. I appreciate the biographical info that gives some relevant context, thanks for the write up, definitely will check this out.

 +5Posted on Jul 15th | re: Album Of The Week: United Nations The Next Four Years (18 comments)

My album of the week is Slow Club – Complete Surrender, and it didn’t even get a mention! That’s that bullshit.

 +12Posted on Jun 24th | re: Vote For The Song Of The Summer 2014 (183 comments)

Awful lot of pop songs on the list. Not trying to be rockist, but there are multitudes of indie jams that are way better than Summer or Fancy. If you had to include an few obligatory EDM songs, y’all could of at least included Sky Full Of Stars. Also I voted for Jealous( I Ain’t With It), but I’m about as confident that Seasons(Waiting On You) will win the poll as Hillary will win in 2016, i.e. very confident.

 +6Posted on Jun 18th | re: alt-J - "Hunger Of The Pine" (10 comments)

Glad to hear they’re being as experimentally catchy as ever; idk know about that Miley sample tho, seems like it doesn’t serve much purpose beside being click baity.

 +7Posted on Jun 18th | re: Jack White's Lazaretto Breaks First-Week Vinyl Sales Record (7 comments)

I think this great news; it shows great music still can still sell with a little verve and marketing. The mission is for us music nerds to save the music industry, if we choose to accept it.