Video: Ka - Off the Record


I'm sure this video resonates with those that received their introduction to quintessential nineties rap through vinyl records and tape decks. My first rap album was Puff Daddy's No Way Out, on CD (fml), and it's a shame to Read more

Marmalakes - Dolores


I was in bed reading the The Movie Goer by Walker Percy the other night when "Dolores" came up on a recent playlist I made. I had to put down the American classic and listen a little closer to Chase Weinacht's Read more

Toony TuneS & Captn Dan - Popadock


Wordplay Saturday. You might be out in the sun, swimming or riding your bicycle, but I'm the house listening to rappers Toony Tunes and Captn Dan. I don't know where they came from, Earmilk.com put them in my ears, Read more

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Bon Iver – Holocene [The 14th Minute Edit]

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No matter where I am in the world, I almost always find myself in the midst of anxious reflection on Friday afternoons. The world slows down, as if urging me to take a step back. To process my thoughts and let the emotions settle in.

In a way it is a somber reminder of the finitude of life. A subtle disclaimer attached to the excitement and promise of the weekend–really, of life.

Closing my eyes, “I could see for miles, miles, miles…”

Bon Iver – “Beth / Rest” (Work Drugs Remix)

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Work Drugs

Bon Iver – “Woods” (Japanese Wallpaper Remix)

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I don’t think I’ve ever posted about anyone younger than the 15-year-old Gab Strum, or Japanese Wallpaper, from Melbourne, Australia. In an email to me Gab wrote, “I don’t really know where I’m going with this music or what I want it to be, it’s just kind of music that I’d want to sit around my room and have looped for hours.” Cool. That sounds like the kind of music I want to listen to as well. Have a listen to Gab’s Bon Iver Remix and check out more of Japanese Wallpaper’s electo/ambient sound over at bandcamp.

Osian Rhys – “Long Time Gone”

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Slowing down for a minute while the Wales newcomer Osian Rhys gives a little folk remedy to my soul. His forthcoming EP Long Time Gone should make for a good cry. I’m thinking a more acoustic Bon Iver tear up type set. Who doesn’t love getting sad and eating cupcakes with their computer? I do. We’ve been through a lot, my Macbook and I.