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Vibin Fridays - LCD Soundsystem - All My Friends

This is just one of those that I can listen to over and over again and never really get tired of.  Maybe not for everybody, but if not, well I probably wouldnt like you much anyway. 6 more words

I'm Listening to Tennis Data Remixed By James Murphy and Its Super Cool

This is one of the strangest projects I’ve ever encountered but it sure is neat.

IBM created an algorithm that translated tennis data from the US Open into sound. 56 more words

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'Sia I Love You, But You're Bringing Me Down' -- Just A Ballad About Being Sick Of Sia Music & Wanting To Rock

This is written to the beat of the LCD Soundsystem hit. This pretty much sums up my view of Sia…almost literally. But not really. I actually still like her music, even if it is boring and I want to rock. 284 more words

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'Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom' -- A Silly Little Song #Lyrics

One time someone from the VERY high powered NYC law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom looked at Nori Magazine for some reason. I think that’s a funny name and “Flom” rhymes with “scum” so you get this song written as LCD Soundsystem’s “North American Scum” plays in my earphones. 213 more words

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Reflections On My Rock Opera, Part II: Yeah, LCD Soundystem Is A Better Fit Than Radiohead To Produce It

While Radiohead is probably my favorite modern band that is still producing music, when it comes to telling the epic story of ROKon Magazine in verse, LCD Soundsystem would probably be a better fit than Radiohead. 217 more words

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Reflections On My Rock Opera

While I know my rock opera “ROKon” (formerly “Somehow”) will never be produced in any way, I’m bored and having nothing to write about so you get this post. 293 more words

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LCD Soundsystem - New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down

I finished watching Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways last night and the final episode was set in NYC where Dave Grohl and company delved into the ever evolving NYC music scene.   508 more words

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