Fine. Even taken at face value, again, this does not sound like he is accusing Bush of blowing up the World Trade Center or any bullshit. It sounds like he enjoys playing “what if?” with conspiracy theories when he reads about them on the internet. At best, you could say he is a skeptic and open to the possibility that they are true, but he’s not Jenny McCarthy going on about the dangers of vaccines or whatever nonsense. This is still some dumb clickbait.
It’s true James has been pretty straightforward in interviews lately, but this is still a stretch. Calling James a 9/11 Truther based off the comments in that interview is not exactly what I would call taking him at his word.
“but this is a dumb thing to lie about” says the guy who wrote a clickbaiting blog post about it. It’s not even a story. James clearly isn’t taking himself or these conspiracy theories very seriously, and this is not him coming out and accusing Bush of blowing up the World Trade Center or any bullshit.
But I suppose an article about Richard D. James amusing himself with conspiracy theories and trolling an interviewer isn’t as conducive to snide comments and weird generalizations about socially awkward white men who own lots of computer equipment being 9/11 Truthers.
The Field coming through with another great remix. The man has one of the most consistent musical outputs of anyone currently, and this does not disappoint.
It does not take the crown from “Mind Mischief” for his best remix, but still awesome as always.
The Field really knows how to take a song and rework it into something completely new.
I see this article on the front page and scoff, thinking “well this certainly is premat-oh. oh i see. carry on.”
This is all well and good but I just have one question why is there no mention of Drake in this article? This is supposed to be about Breaking Bad right? Are we all just going to sit here and ignore the Aubrey Graham/Walter White connection?
Are there LA Leakers tags every 10 seconds like on the FlyLo track?
Oh maaaaan I want to hear that Snoop Dogg collaboration so bad. He released a video a few weeks ago with snippets from every song and the one with Snoop instantly caught my ear, gonna be amazing.
And yeah I agree about the collaborations. I think it’s really interesting how he approaches a guest spot from another musician as essentially another instrument to work with. It keeps the focus on the aesthetic he’s going for in each album, and is a nice showcase of his immense talent. Not many relatively obscure musicians would be able to take a Thom Yorke guest vocal spot, make him barely noticeable, and also make it sound like the perfect choice for the song.
Rolling Stone needs Jack White. He is the only guy around now that still validates their whole outdated, classic-rock-is-the-pinnacle-of-human-achievement worldview.
FlyLo is operating on another level. This album is going to be incredible.