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I'm not even familiar with either of their music, but it took me no seconds to realize I've seen that album cover somewhere before: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/06/BanksGoddessCover.png/220px-BanksGoddessCover.png #Fontgum
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July 25, 2016 on KAYE – “UUU”
Yeah I have no clue. It was there the morning of Friday and then was gone when I got back from Chicago. Figured oh what the hell let apache have lead-off track for once :)
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July 23, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
It's been since June 30th since Doris commented on this site... http://sportige.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Good-Day-Meme.jpg
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July 22, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
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July 22, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
Stereogum doesn't care about Wild Beasts
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July 22, 2016 on The 5 Best Songs Of The Week
"Candles and Flowers" -- Bright Curse "Black Boys on the Corner" -- Thin Lizzy "Time Moves Slowly" -- BadBadNotGood feat. Samuel T. Herring "All My Friends" -- LCD Soundsystem "Pain" -- LVL UP "Potomac" -- Inter Arma "Festival Song" -- Jeff Rosenstock "Blood in the River" -- Zeal and Ardor "Picture You" -- The Amazing "Classic" -- The Knocks feat. POWERS "Rugged Country" -- Japanese Breakfast "Come Friday" -- Eliot Sumner "Say Yeah" -- Kishi Bashi "Brass Not Rash" -- The Gotobeds "I'm Done" -- The Julie Ruin "Punks In A Disco Bar" -- Beach Slang "Kiss My Feet" -- Laura Mvula "Swan Dive" -- Waxahatchee "When We Swam" -- Thao "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" -- Jamie xx feat. Young Thug & Popcaan "Limousine" -- Brand New "Windowpane" -- Mild High Club "Empty" -- Ray LaMontagne "Donald Trump (Black Version)" -- The Time "Sinful Nature" -- Bear In Heaven "Formentera Headspace Blues (Pts. 1&2)" -- Mark Barrott "Music for Airports 1/1" -- Psychic Temple "Never Be Like You" -- Flume feat. Kai "O B 1" -- Jagwar Ma "Part II - Bonus Track" -- Memotone, Soosh I could've sworn I put "Blast" at the top of this list before I left on my Chicago adventure / blochead/her meet-up / Clams Casino fanboi freakout... but didn't really care afterwards when I noticed it was missing. Also, to those adding songs on different time zones, "(Updated Every Friday)" is a reference to Mountain Time in America, usually 2:30am if I'm on point. Just a heads up to our friends in the future a.k.a the rest of the world. Based Love To You Too. As for Rick... I still think Taylor should claim he was dreaming. Sometimes you're right.
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July 22, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
I'm not a dick like YBB so here is the scoop. At the bottom of the thread, James requested, "So in the comments section, please leave your best emo band-name pun that could work as the name of a club night." Since the original club night was "Taking Back Tuesday" A savvy commenter decided "Thursday" was not only a reference to an emo band name, but to a day of the week as in the original name. All in one word. Pretty genius honestly. But as I said last week, be the first to point out the obvious and win big.
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July 22, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
It'll be grand! Saw him at Red Rocks on Monday. You will hear "Impossible Soul"
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July 22, 2016 on Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments
Mikey Nels, I just realized how your mega pieces are structured like metal songs. Big, detailed builds that often climax with doom and gloom. The way you sucked me into those detailed stories working at Rebel Rebel only to have it SHUT DOWN a few paragraphs later! Brutal man. With a Bowie quote to boot. But like a good metal song, it's gotta be real. M Nels, you speak the truth and bless you for crunching the numbers for us and spelling it out in plain sense. You should be proud to make statistical analyses so goddamn fun to read. As a vinyl collector... well, let's just say after reading this article I know why I'm strapped for cash all the time. I thought this CO store I go to just charged more, but looking back, even at my store in OK I noticed a slow rise over the year. I remember one of the reasons I got into vinyl was that they used to be like $18-19 max. If you had the means to play a record, why not get the vinyl over the CD? Great read as always Mikey Nels. Now the metal thing to do would be to throw another log on the scorching bonfire... I think the fact hip-hop artists aren't bothering putting out their music on vinyl is a sure sign of inevitable doom. That's a popular slice of music culture to omit from a niche format.
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July 22, 2016 on We’ve Passed Peak Vinyl – Here Comes The Collapse
Oh and, as always, a lifevest should be worn for safety at all times.
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July 22, 2016 on George Harrison Estate Addresses RNC’s Use Of “Here Comes The Sun” To Introduce Ivanka Trump
45 is fine. Anything above is probably a lie. SPF 100 is a lie. SPF 45 is all you need. But make sure you get separate lotions for your face and body. Gotta keep everyone's money-maker safe lest it turns into an orange peel like Trumpmens. Also fuck that spray on shit. Splotchy protection will NOT work against Trump's burning radiance.
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July 22, 2016 on George Harrison Estate Addresses RNC’s Use Of “Here Comes The Sun” To Introduce Ivanka Trump
In an attempt to make a Third Eye Blind pun I realized that the lyrics to "Graduate" are "Can I graduate..." and not, what I believed them to be for 20 years, "Cannot graduate." I need to lay down.
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July 20, 2016 on Third Eye Blind Antagonize RNC Crowd At Cleveland Show
My favorite of the three thus far. Also seems like it's an integral part of the album:
The song that set the sonic brief for 'Boy King'. Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/MzkJsoW479— Wild Beasts (@WildBeasts) July 18, 2016
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July 19, 2016 on Wild Beasts – “Celestial Creatures”
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July 19, 2016 on Taylor Swift Can’t Sue Kimye Over Phone Recording Because She Knew Rick Rubin Was Listening
"...it was hard to imagine anyone ever covering it." "Somebody else took his place, and bravely cried / I'm a blackstar." When I heard that lyric my first thought was that Bowie was expecting somebody to cover it. I fully support Will Toledo picking up the reins.
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July 19, 2016 on Car Seat Headrest – “Blackstar” (David Bowie Cover)
What? Conservatives can't appreciate Bowie deep cuts? Maybe I'm just that big of a Bowie fan, but I enjoyed it! If by God's tyrannical hilarity he had placed me at the Republican National Convention, at least I'd of had that one life saver. And yes that picture at the top of the article is atrocious and you should be ashamed.
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July 19, 2016 on G.E. Smith Kicks Off Republican National Convention With Coked-Out Bowie Song
It's easy to take Beach House for granted, it really is. But their setlist for their headlining gig was perfection. You know how "Elegy of the Void" has that FADE OUT on record? Well, live they turn it into an ever building climax/wall of noise that just abruptly ends after hitting peak "Elegy". I recall turning to blochead and saying, "They don't do THAT on the album." Ahhhhhh, fade outs are the worst but can be forgiven when the band "fixes" them live.
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July 18, 2016 on 14 Memorable Moments From Pitchfork Music Festival 2016
I will never, for the rest of my life, forget blochead's spazzed out reaction when CRJ said, "I'd like to bring out Devonte Hynes!" I mean, I spazzed too, but his spazz-out spazzed me out!
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July 18, 2016 on 14 Memorable Moments From Pitchfork Music Festival 2016
Your second comment is the highest honor! Send Yossarian to SUD!
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July 18, 2016 on Last Night’s Taylor Swift/Kanye West Drama In 21 Great Tweets
Ugh, just read the full headline: "...and yes he knows the joy division song." From 2013: Danny Brown: "I got put up on Joy Division not too long ago by my homie. We were just talking about bands and stuff, and he asked me if I listened to Joy Division. When I first heard them, I heard the first album. That was tight. Then I heard Closer, but I didn't really get it. I ain't gon' lie. Then I saw the movie, and the documentary, and was just reading about it. I saw how much he decoded the songs on Closer. He was just talking about what was going on in his life. It kind of hit home with me. It made me real emotional when I first got it. It triggered an emotion in me." (source: http://www.complex.com/music/2013/10/danny-brown-favorite-albums/closer) Of course he knew. Anybody who knows Danny knows he loves JD.
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July 18, 2016 on Danny Brown Titles New Album Atrocity Exhibition And Yes He Knows The Joy Division Song