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Happy 1/23!  Stream a kooky random music mix for free:

  1. "Frank Sinatra" — Miss Kitten
  2. "I Think She Ready (Dirty)" — FKi X Iggy Azalea X Diplo X HXV
  3. "Girls Next Door (prod. Aaron LaCrate)" — Mz. Streamz feat. Lily Allen
  4. "I Do (Sammy Bananas Bootleg)" — Young Jeezy
  5. "Liquorice" — Azealia Banks
  6. "Crank Dat Kitty Katt (Radio Edit)" — Kitty Katt
  7. "Up All Night" — Nicki Minaj & Drake
  8. "Wobbley Remix" — SebastiAn
  9. "Spaghetti (AKA Party with Your P***y Out)" — Andy Milonakis feat. Chippy Nonstop
  10. "I’m On One (Unicorn Kid Stadium Mix)" — DJ Khaled
  11. "Trilla (prod. Beautiful Lou)" — A$AP Rocky feat. A$AP Twelvy & A$AP Nast
  12. "Hands On the Wheel" — Schoolboy Q feat. A$AP Rocky
  13. "Cockiness (Love It)" — Rihanna
  14. "Chill as Hell" — 1982 feat. Statik Selektah & Termanology
  15. "Last Name London" — Theophilus London
  16. "We Mobb (DatPiff Exclusive)" — Waka Flocka & French Montana feat. Prodigy
  17. "Rainbow in the Dark" — Das Racist
  18. "Let’s Go Study" — Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa

*In no way do I espouse any of the lyrical contents herein [NSFW] / mixtape artwork via Prada

ZUMgollyGOLLY by Jules Frakes playlist available at 8tracks: listen here.

Source 8tracks.com

People often ask me on twitter or formspring—rather than in, you know, life—about the sort of music that I listen to, my favorite albums, and so forth.

Well I can divulge with 100% sincerity that I have literally listened to Andy Milonakis' latest EP Gazpacho every single day since its release last month. And that I know each song verbatim.

I promise you: Gazpacho's bon mots of lyrical genius—produced to some crazy-sick beats—will be the most prolific expenditure of $4.99 that you will ever pony up [sample below].

Lemonade Bubblegum” and “Goat Cheese & Watermelon Salad” are definite highlights, in my book.

Also, just so you have been properly forewarned, some may consider the EP ‘offensive’ or otherwise NSFW.

androidmiller:

http://andymilonakis.bandcamp.com/

Reblogged from androidmiller

Tumblrs! Be sure to follow my old friend from summer camp in Maine—nowadays best known for his work as the resident Wall Street reporter at The New York Observeron his addictive and witty tumblr, Max Abelson's Super Groovy Music Video Spectacular

It’s an entirely genius concept: on Mondays he posts a 1960s music video, on Tuesdays a 1970s one… and so on throughout the week. maxabelson.com

abelson:

#667: raekwon (ft. method man, ghostface killah & cappadonna) - ice cream (1995)

this is probably the finest love song of the 1990s. it is rap that cannot be argued with, from its opening minute (“black miss america! your name is erica?”) to the finale, where, as the music fades, method man coos, “parlez-vous français, mi amor, merci, oui oui, bon bons, and all that good stuff,” which is the “you’re my pride and joy, etcetera” of rap.

BECAUSE IT’S SATURDAY, GURRRRRRRRRRRRRL!
An oddball pick-me-up playlist, just because.
Well more accurately because I couldn’t sleep a wink last night, made this absurdly random (trippy) collage and then haphazardly threw together some semi-correlating songs with which I was mildly obsessed (as of the wee hours of this morning).
Upbeaty – not uppity, oops – mixtape available here. Or here.

BECAUSE IT’S SATURDAY, GURRRRRRRRRRRRRL!

An oddball pick-me-up playlist, just because.

Well more accurately because I couldn’t sleep a wink last night, made this absurdly random (trippy) collage and then haphazardly threw together some semi-correlating songs with which I was mildly obsessed (as of the wee hours of this morning).

Upbeaty – not uppity, oops – mixtape available here. Or here.

Saint EtienneOnly Love Can Break Your Heart (1992)

Visage - Fade to Grey  (1981)

Ludacris featuring Shawna What’s Your Fantasy? (2000)

  • The lyrics from 2:45-3:40 without a doubt comprise the most illustrious verse of all time

Dee D. JacksonAutomatic Lover (1978)

Cerrone - Supernature (1978)

SparksThe Number One Song in Heaven (1979)

 

Culture ClubDo You Really Want to Hurt Me? (1983)