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Song of the Day, August 1: Goin' Back to Harlan

Today’s song is Goin’ Back to Harlan. Anna McGarrigle wrote it for her seventh album with sister Kate, the rootsy Matapédia. It’s a potent song of nostalgia and longing, with the singer reflecting on childhood innocence and yearning for a return to simpler days. 140 more words

Song Of The Day

Digitize

“He’s more interested in exchanging that information/her information/my information/using that information to continue the linear plan of replication/to make some primordial part of ourselves believe that’s what’s happening is//incalculably//important//in some scenarios//some people don’t value small information like this but it all comes in use//eventually//all exchanges negotiate further exchanges” 493 more words

Literature

New: Miley Cyrus Megamix [2014]

My new Miley Cyrus Megamix has been uploaded to the channel. It includes Party in the USA, 7 Things, Wrecking Ball, Can’t Be Tamed and We Can’t Stop, which I think is an adequate sampling of some of her biggest songs in her career. 247 more words

Megamix

Playlist tiime!

I usually play Eddie Stobart trucking songs, or Bon Jovi greatest hits, or Linkin Park Living Things… And occasionally Classic FM, I kept lamenting not being able to hook up my ipod to my radio then it hit me… I can… Kinda. 546 more words

Anything Else

Wrecking ball beauty

TO+WN design have combined pop culture with fashion with their Miley Cyrus inspired pearl necklace which replicates the infamous wrecking ball music video.

The tiny brass figurine sits comfortably on a single pearl, taking Grandma’s favourite accessory straight in to the 21st century and into any fashion lover’s jewellery box.

Fashion

Empty Spaces and the Art of Rebuilding

Summertime in Michigan means one thing: construction. Road construction, house remodels, landscaping ventures, and my favorite: building demolition. I was driving along a familiar route today and noticed that a hotel which has been around since I was very young is now completely demolished. 666 more words

Life