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 +2Posted on Apr 9th | re: Michael Jackson - "Xscape" (10 comments)

someone on a different site said this was a leaked track from 10 years ago and not the updated version yet

 +3Posted on Mar 26th | re: Pharrell - "Happy (Woodkid Sad Remix)" (Stereogum Premiere) (22 comments)

wow makes me happier than the original haha

 0Posted on Feb 27th | re: Damon Albarn - "Lonely Press Play" Video (5 comments)

i love this song, i didnt think it was as good as the acoustic performance on first listen but this is great stuff!

“if i was famous and predisposed to crippling addiction i would have lived my life way differently”
you are an idiot

flea tweeted “No trickery. No choice, but no trickery” so i think not having anything actually plugged in the wireless pack was the same as disclosure last year at that one festival where they had nothing plugged in on purpose

 +1Posted on Jan 21st | re: Watch Disclosure Play Fallon With Sam Smith (4 comments)

they had it for pitchfork i now, and it makes way more sense when the singer isn’t there to perform the song with them but whatever i love this group and song….

 0Posted on Jan 10th | re: Coachella 2014 Lineup (105 comments)

to be fair both a-trak and armand van helden (the members of duck sauce) are FANTASTIC djs and really great live

 +4Posted on Dec 19th, 2013 | re: Daft Punk To Perform At 2014 Grammy Awards (12 comments)

haha i would love if they brought out panda bear instead of the inevitable pharrell appearance…

(do it right is the only song i still listen to off of that album)

 +2Posted on Dec 17th, 2013 | re: Premature Evaluation: Beyoncé BEYONCÉ (70 comments)

maybe he is a musician, and musicians just like making music?

 +3Posted on Nov 19th, 2013 | re: Deconstructing: Justin Timberlake And The Dangers Of Overexposure (32 comments)

i mean if either of the 20/20 experience albums were on par with future sex then the overexposure wouldnt be a problem, this isnt a case of too-much-of-a-good-thing this is a case of too-much-mediocrity