Best. Site. EVER!
The name says it all:
The name says it all:
Fred Durst is such a queer.Apparently now his sidekick has been "hacked" and I use that term loosely people. First off Fred, hit the fucking gym and do some crunches Tae Bo stylee. And secondly, I wouldn't have that fucking smirk on my face if my dick was as small as yours.
WTF is Ryan Adams on & will someone PLEASE get me some?
Most of the time I really dig the tracks that Scenestars (http://www.scenestars.net/) has up for yours and my sampling pleasure. Most of the time. I could do without all the trance-y/dub/let'sjustchilloutcausei'mcomingdownhardman selections. But the Scenestar I dig the mostest is Rachel Hurley. Besides having a great pop sensibility and overall eclectic tastes; she always manages to turn me onto something new. And lemme tell ya folks, that ain't an easy thing to do. Where was I? Oh yeah. Pop sensibility. I downloaded Ben Lee's majestic cover of Modest Mouse's "Float On" and quickly fell in love with it. This Aussie's got skillz. Fast forward several months to the release of Ben's new jawn "Awake Is The New Sleep" and the single "Catch My Disease." This is pure pop the way it should be: loose, off the cuff, and downright catchy. Enjoy the fruits of Mr. Lee's recent downward spiral after being dumped by Claire Danes. Whatevs.
Spoon sign worldwide distribution deal (minus North America) with Matador Records. Read on:
The Field Day Music Festival for 2005 is off. The festival, which rumoured to have Radiohead as headliners, had scrapped plans for a July concert at Greig Farm. Instead, promoters will focus their efforts on summer 2006.
Ok, so lots of people are into having cybersex right? Right. Well, here's a link to the IM transcripts between some guy named BloodNinja and some very pissed off women. Why pissed off? Well, click on the link below to find out. The shit is so f'ing hilarious it's ri-dick-culous. Seriously. This guy has talent.
Seeing as how I'ma be outtie this Friday ( UCLA vs ASU @ Paulie Pavilion Thursday night; Hangovers and a long ass drive back home on Friday) I thot I'd hit ya'll with the potpurri today instead.
Now, I'm not usually a fan of music polls (unless it's spelled "poles" and there's a half naked stripper wrapped around it) but when I read that Matthew Perpetua @ www.fluxblog.com was invited to participate last year, I was curious to see how he voted and what the final results were. Well, what can I say? Besides being fairly predictable and begging for indie/street cred, they did include some bands that I whole-heartedly approve of such as The Killers, The Arcade Fire, A.C. Newman, Madvillain, Drive By Truckers, Elliott Smith, Scissor Sisters, The Walkmen, !!!, & The Finn Brothers. Wait a tic...who's really begging for the cred here? :shakeshead: Ok then, on to the results. Enjoy:
After Pitchfork's best singles of 2000-2004, Hail To The Thief was named the 39th best album of the decade so far, Amnesiac 21st, and Kid A the 1st!
Daily Show scribe Tim Carvell dreams up a hilarious memo from the NFL to Paul McCartney...
Hi-larious flash animation of Paris Hilton & Lindsay Lohan, doing, what else? Talkin' smack. Bitches.