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Do You Remember?! | September Favorites 🍂

Hello, hello friends! Sorry for the lateness of this post. Life’s been kicking my butt, but hey, what’s new? Here is a super quick rundown of all my favorite things from September. 567 more words

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Damon Albarn’s poptimism gets dealt a crushing blow on Gorillaz’s latest effort, but is ultimately all the better for it




Damon Albarn stands as one of Britain’s finest pop songwriters. Every summer, without fail, his virtual reality cartoon troupe Gorillaz would deliver a naggingly catchy song that you could scarcely escape from. 1,037 more words

Pop And Rock

Damon Albarn Says Gorillaz Might Release A Surprise New Album Like 'The Fall'

After a long and full promotional cycle, Gorillaz’ latest album Humanz has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the band is going away any time soon. 259 more words

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Vinyl love: Blur "Think tank"

(Vinyl Love is a series of posts that quite simply lists, describes, and displays the pieces in my growing vinyl collection. You can bet that each record was given a spin during the drafting of each corresponding post.) 90 more words

British Rock

Vince Staples — Big Fish Theory — ALBUM REVIEW

California rapper Vince Staples is an artist who always puts more thought into his music than many of his contemporaries. Beginning with his breakout project, 2014’s “Hell Can Wait” EP, Staples has consistently put together murky, dark bangers that document the young man’s upbringing as a gang-affiliate in Long Beach. 1,761 more words


Novo disco de Tony Allen tem participação de Damon Albarn

Nem bem ele lança um EP, o excelente tributo a Art Blakey, Tony Allen parte para outra. Aos 77, o nigeriano parece incansável. Ele acaba de lançar (em 8 de setembro) … 208 more words


They Will Have to Kill Us First Review

Quick review: See it, but be prepared to have more questions than answers

They Will Have to Kill Us First is a documentary directed by Johanna Schwartz about four musicians/groups from Mali, where performing and listening to music was banned. 268 more words