Drunkdriver broke up, but why? →
gillianmae: More than posting stupidR&B videos and cute pictures of animals, this is what I think the Internet is for. I’m disappointed that BV didn’t bother writing up the other side of the debate and framed the lead singer’s MULTIPLE sexual assaults as “old allegations” since I know the women personally who are calling him out… Read the original message board posts. But I’m glad it...
A referendum on 1985
What was the best mechanically reproducible culture (film, music, television, literature) released in 1985? (This follows from a discussion about whether, culturally speaking, 1985 was a lackluster year. Back to the Future and Cupid and Psyche ‘85 among others notwithstanding, I tend to agree. But I seek arguments to the contrary (Matos?) in particular.)
cbrap: Goofy summertime shit from 40 and Short. This is not the direction I was hoping for with this album, but it’s fun. Which is what the Day Shift disc is shaping up to be. 40 is styling hard. The post-hyphy “Over The Stove” is alright but not exactly inspiring. It’s like he’s been running in circle with tracks like these.
The slam dunk is one of the highest percentage shots one can attempt in...– Slam dunk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via dayan) Citation needed. Edit: The statement that “flambledamble” is slang for “slam dunk” sounded ridiculous enough to Google. There are 24 results as of 1/8/2010, ALL of which place it in the context of this article. Is...
33 1/3 examines Jock Jams, Volume 1
aceterrier: tylercoates: wondertonic: Excerpt: “The relentless dialogue of musical exploration begins with the bold spoken-word statement of ‘Let’s Get Ready To Rumble,’ a brash invitation to sheer musical chaos. Then just as this fleeting cry fades into the recesses of the inner ear, the echoing incantation ‘Get Ready For This’ by 2 Unlimited signals the unrelenting philosopho-poetic...