She got it going on. She got it going on. She chill. She retro, in her sleek shiny future-modernist way. She chill. She got two mixtapes, 30+ songs for immediate download. Free, buzz. She got it goin’ on. She got connection with Tyler, The Creator but we got no issues. She from Columbia. She chill. Listen to […]
Another slow month, enlivened somewhat by the top two entries. At this rate, Collapse Board’s going to be less popular than The Legend!’s music – something I always figured was impossible. 1. A fitting playlist for her funeral | 30 Songs about Margaret Thatcher Here’s what I’ll be playing, come the day of her funeral. […]
Ultimately, this cover is showing that Tyler knows. And he’s grown. Oh, how he’s grown. From chirpy chirpy creep creep to troubled young resentful mogul.
The way The Smiths once covered their sleeves in 60s references, the way Wu-Tang Clan embraced the language and iconography of Shaolin, the way Oasis loved The Beatles, that’s the relationship Iceage has with xenophobia and white supremacy — it may not be the window, but it’s damn sure the drapes.
Sex, drugs, more sex, more drugs, each song details another night of Bacchanalian excess with no redemption in sight. Are you ready to party?
Joanna Newsom, don’t think you’re getting some kind of genius pass.
This isn’t a gig, it’s a communion.
Odd Future is not a feminist issue. Odd Future is a societal issue.
“Music is what I believe in, in the way that some people have religion.”
Doesn’t matter! It’s all image with these kids. It’s not real.