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 -2Posted on Oct 23rd | re: NYC Ebola Patient Attended CMJ Venue, Events Canceled (15 comments)

He had no symptoms last night, it cannot be spread until you have symptoms.

Everyone who was at the Gutter last night is fine.

so does this get automatically downloaded to my iPad or what

 +1Posted on Oct 14th | re: LIFE - "Take Off With You" & "Money" Videos (2 comments)

yes, this. this i like.

 0Posted on Sep 29th | re: Stars - "No One Is Lost" (2 comments)

Not sure if he was referencing this particular track, but Rostam from Vampire Weekend tweeted today:
“top 40 synth sounds from a few years ago but with more reverb on the vocals: indie in 2k14. no thank you.”

Sounds about right.

 +2Posted on Sep 22nd | re: Thom Yorke & Nigel Godrich Tease Mystery Record (3 comments)

3 years, 4 months between In Rainbows and King of Limbs. It’s been 3 years, 7 months since King of Limbs.

 +6Posted on Sep 18th | re: Confused Newsbusters Outraged By Girl Talk Reference On MSNBC (7 comments)

I really don’t think Hayes was purposely trying to bait some crazy right-wing blogger who may or may not have been watching at home at the time with his Girl Talk reference.

 0Posted on Sep 16th | re: Win The Beatles In Mono 14-LP Vinyl Box Set (1455 comments)

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

 +7Posted on Sep 11th | re: Premature Evaluation: U2 Songs Of Innocence (144 comments)

or if their taste and judgment are just terrible

 +7Posted on Sep 11th | re: Premature Evaluation: U2 Songs Of Innocence (144 comments)

“…Adele collaborator Adele, sleep-rock king Danger Mouse, and One Direction frontman/sought-after song doctor Ryan Tedder…”

pretty cool that adele is collaborating with herself and that One Direction swiped Tedder away from OneRepublic.

but yeah, awful album. got remotely excited at the announcement, hoping they’d turn things around from what they’ve been churning out on autopilot for a while now. maybe with the iPhone 7?

 +13Posted on Aug 14th | re: Chris Brown's Sam Smith Cover Proves He Is No Weird Al (9 comments)

I don’t know about you all, but my thought on hearing Sam Smith’s original was DEFINITELY “This great pop song by an rising star who’s open and proud about his sexuality really could use a touch of misogyny.”