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Album Review: Miley Cyrus - Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz

At over an-hour-and-a-half one could it more bang for your buck, were it not distributed for free on Soundcloud. Definantely following the example of the Flaming Lips (collaborating with Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd), one might expect this the first in a series of oddities, given their history of strange cover albums, USB sticks encased in gummy babies and brains (marijuana flavoured no less), and massive collaborative projects. 708 more words

Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz

I honestly never thought I’d ever review – much less listen to – a record by Miley Cyrus of Hannah Montana fame. In fact, the fake hipster and indie elitist inside of me still can’t quite come to terms with this turn of events. 856 more words

Adventures In Record Reviews

Miley Cyrus - Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz

Miley Cyrus – Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz


Where we are, at any one given point, is an amalgamation of where we’ve been.  We are a construct of our family, our experiences, and our own peculiar inner monologue, which filters everything into a narrative by which we construct our own lives.   785 more words


Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

I’m smitten. It’s too bad for me that I’m a middle-aged dude living in the 21st century as opposed to, I don’t know, a teenaged girl living in 1910 because having to use the word “smitten” makes me sound like a wuss. 842 more words


The Decline Of The Flaming Lips?

You may or may not know about the latest blunder release from The Flaming Lips – yet another in their (hopefully ending soon) series of re-makes of entire LPs. 1,045 more words


Electric Würms - "Musik, Die Schwer Zu Twerk" - EP REVIEW

Electric Würms “Musik, Die Schwer Zu Twerk”

It would be pretty difficult to pinpoint the exact moment that Oklahoma psych-rock band The Flaming Lips became just a bit  605 more words


But seriously, this is probably the most normal thing the band has done in recent memory. It sounds… EXACTLY like a Flaming Lips record. Closer to… 320 more words