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Unforgettable, Vol. 14: DJ Danger Mouse - The Grey Album

Venturing out of the kaleidoscopic jungle fever pitch of M.I.A.’s Arular we find ourselves at the concrete crossroads between Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects and London’s Abbey Road with DJ Danger Mouse’s brilliant return to basics, the masterful Jay-Z versus Beatles mash-up, … 1,010 more words


Album Review: The Black Keys - El Camino

Let me preface this review by saying I am a huge fan of The Black Keys. They are one of the few bands that have the ability to relate the blues to an age focused on pop heavy hits with famous artist features. 817 more words


Legacy: Music's Dead Hand

In Sam Mendes’ Desert Storm movie Jarhead a helicopter flies over the protagonist playing The Doors’ Break on Through. He shouts after them “That’s Vietnam music… Can’t we get our own soundtrack?” It neatly sums up the film’s themes of legacy, most the characters in the film are the children of Vietnam veterans, and many of their commanders are hung up on their defeat in that war. 581 more words


About Last Week...

In case you couldn’t make it to Maddy’s last Wednesday, here’s a sampling of the quiz. But don’t let it happen again! We’re back on TONIGHT at 7:30 — … 283 more words


Week 1, Day 3 (Dark Night of the Soul)

I don’t quite know how i ended up finding this but I am really happy that I did. It was was written by Sparklehorse (which until today I had no idea who they were) and DJ Danger Mouse and features a load of guest singers – personal favorite name was Suzanne Vega for sure. 212 more words


Single of the Week: Cee-Lo Green - F**k You

Cee-Lo Green – F**k You

He’s the Internet’s latest viral sensation and one half of Gnarls Barkley.  If you haven’t heard Cee-Lo Green’s wildly catchy song “F**k You”, you probably haven’t heard of the Internet either.  79 more words


Gnarls Barkley - Going On

Terrible morning. Late to my first day of work because I got lost, dropped my laptop, my back is hurting again, then I got pulled over. 91 more words