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[ad_1] Sounds like: Parquet Courts, Thee Oh Sees What’s so good? I'm not exaggerating when I say this is the best music video to grace my eyes in 2018. Watch the damn thing. You've come here for entertainment, this will do that, and also possibly give you nightmares about scorpion bondage. Imagine tearing off your […]

[ad_1] In a sea of emerging rappers, NBA YoungBoy stands head and shoulders above the rest in several departments. Most blatantly is his melodic prowess. It’s not uncommon for the Baton Rouge rapper to showcase several different melodies in a single track, navigating the beat in a variety of engaging ways. His skill set is […]

[ad_1] Lately, Nicole Dollanganger has been spending a lot of time in abandoned love motels. In March of this year, she released five tracks from her forthcoming album, Heart Shaped Bed — her first full-length record since Natural Born Losers, the 2015 breakout that brought her to the attention of Grimes. Soon after, she departed […]

[ad_1] Sounds like: JKriv, Fouk Song: The Funk District – Mesmerized What’s so good? Today I am a walking content machine. One YouTube up at the crack of dawn, and now a second review before I've even had my brunch. I'm literally dreaming in copy at the moment. I fart text. My tears are little periods […]

[ad_1] One current NBA baller played a part in 2004’s “Malice at the Palace.” Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson told Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated that at eight-years-old he was present for the infamous “Malice at the Palace” brawl in Detroit. the Detroit-native entering his 3rd season in the NBA was sitting in the stands […]

[ad_1] Two and a half years ago, the London-based trio HÆLOS released their debut album Full Circle. Following the buzz around their single “Dust,” the album made good on the promises of the band’s early releases. Working off a template that drew upon trip-hop and various strains of electronic music, the band crafted a dusky, […]

[ad_1] Sounds like: Chet Faker, Jordan Rakei What’s so good? Occasionally it's good to put your words to rest and let others speak. Listening is a virtue, and as a blog writer that's something I so rarely get to do. LOL, I talk to much. Let this be a space for the words of others, […]

[ad_1] “House Of Cards” comes to an end. Netflix kicked off their original productions with House of Cards in 2013. The political thriller is based off a novel of the same name that was also adapted into a BBC series in the 90’s. Kevin Spacey witnessed his career get a second life as the show became a […]

[ad_1] American Water dismisses much of the American dream. While many Americans were taught to pull themselves up by their bootstraps, to conquer, to climb, in the world of Silver Jews, climbing gets you nowhere. Rather, the way down reveals the way up. Twenty years ago, Silver Jews leader David Berman masterfully placed this paradox […]

[ad_1] Zara Larsson is — let’s all be quite honest with ourselves here — one of the world’s better popstars, and she returns this week with pensivepop triumph Ruin My Life. Stand by for embedded audio, followed by an interview from earlier this week. The interview happened on the phone so feel free to insert […]


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