19 posts tagged music
19 posts tagged music
Happy 1/23! Stream a kooky random music mix for free:
*In no way do I espouse any of the lyrical contents herein [NSFW] / mixtape artwork via Prada
Theophilus London — Flying Overseas (featuring Devonte Hynes & Solange Knowles), 2011
Raise your hand if you’re suddenly jonesing to pack up all your Pendleton bits and hop a beach-bound flight pronto.
Also, just so you have been properly forewarned, some may consider the EP ‘offensive’ or otherwise NSFW.
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 Observer—on 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
#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.
STRIKE A JUXTAPOSE — “No Time” by Lil’ Kim featuring Puff Daddy, 1996 vs. Ann Demeuelemeester Fall/Winter 2010
Admittedly it is an unlikely parallel to be drawn… and yet the Lil’ Kim/Puffy anthem immediately came to mind while taking in the show last season (especially as evidenced by 2:50 minute mark through the end of the music video).
I’ve been thoroughly crushing on Tesla Boy today; I have mighty soft spot for Anton Sevidov in particular. Dreamboat.
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).
Saint Etienne – Only Love Can Break Your Heart (1992)
Visage - Fade to Grey (1981)
Ludacris featuring Shawna – What’s Your Fantasy? (2000)
Dee D. Jackson – Automatic Lover (1978)
Cerrone - Supernature (1978)
Sparks – The Number One Song in Heaven (1979)
Culture Club – Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? (1983)
Arrested Development – Tennessee (from their 1992 album 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of…)