Monthly Archives: March 2010

3-29-10

Since I’m not completely oblivious to sports, although music is more my thing, I had a discussion with a co-worker (Matt Tevelow) who seems to be one of the many resident sport-nerds at work (Greyson is another, however everything must … Continue reading

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3-27-10 Part Two

Got a fun email from a nice girl named Lucia promoting the band “We Are Like the Spider“. I listened to a few of the tracks and I have to say my favorite is “Lightning Garden”. It starts out funky, … Continue reading

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3-27-10

Quick list of tracks to get you moving Saturday! (A few of the tracks have french chicks in them, thus the photo [i.e. Soko and Yelle]) The Klaxons are incredible. This song is incredible. It has our first weird french … Continue reading

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3-26-10

Ok, so I’m going to post and write about Crystal Castles today. I don’t think they get enough recognition. Whenever I hear their tracks I’m dancing, singing and throwing my arms in the air like a blacklady at pentecostal church. … Continue reading

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3/14/10 “π”

Is anyone else really tired of Kid Cudi? I’ve posted this before, but it seems he’s had his five minutes, and now he’s just shitting all over everyone’s ear with all of this new stuff. Some of the remixes out … Continue reading

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3/13/10

A real quick post about an artist I had never heard about, Aloe Blacc. I haven’t heard such an incredible and original track since Gnarls Barkley was an unknown. I remember going to buy Gnarls Barkley’s “St. Elsewhere” because I … Continue reading

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3/4/10

I guess being an econ major I should understand the work/leisure trade off. I think I have a very high leisure requirement, or at least a very high requisite in monetary terms to trade my leisure for work. Although, during … Continue reading

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