Woodkid – ‘The Golden Age’

Directed by Yoann Lemoine

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Schooly D, Livin’ in the Jungle, 1989

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The Ramones are Dead, Long Live the Ramones


Tommy Ramone, the last surviving member of the Ramones, passed away Friday,

Timber Timbre – Beat the Drum Slowly

Animated by Chad Vangaalen

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Cool C, I Got a Habit, 1989

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King Tee ft. Tha Alkaholiks, Got It Bad Ya’ll, 1992

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Blood Orange (Ft. Skepta) – High Street

In Case You’ve Ever Wondered

Here’s the oldest song in the world, a 3400 year-old Sumerian cult hymn that was discovered on some tablets in the ancient port city of Ugarit in northern Syria.

via, WFMU / OpenCulture

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Lakim Shabazz, Black is Back, 1988

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Listen Below: L.A. Witch, The Love Junkies, No Joy, and Twin Peaks

New and recent music for your desktop speakers

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The Sound of the Aughts

Death From Above 1979 returns from 2006 with a new single “Trainwreck 1979″

Headbanging All the Way to the Hospital


After attending a Motörhead concert with his son, a 50-year-old headbanger went to the doctors with complaints of continued headaches that kept getting more intense. Due to nonstop shaking, the doctors diagnosed him with brain bleed and proceeded to drill a hole in his head to drain the blood from his brain. Following the procedure, the headaches went away and when the doctor was asked to comment on the case he simply stated: “I think if (our patient) had (gone) to a classical concert, this would not have happened” and concluded that the diagnoses “serves as evidence in support of Motörhead’s reputation as one of the most hardcore rock’n’roll acts on earth, if nothing else because of their contagious speed drive and the hazardous potential for headbanging fans to suffer brain injury.” Oh, that Lemmy.

Playboy Manbaby – Bummeritaville (album stream)


via, impose

Nardwuar vs. The Wu-Tang Clan

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Kool Keith, Livin’ Astro, 1999

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Morrissey is the Loneliest Planet of All


You can stream the moody, middle-aged musician’s new album World Peace is None of Your Business over at NPR. It’s one of those rare musical feats where you’re actually compelled to listen to the lyrics.

How to Draw a Phish Song, Man

Mike Hamad’s “Setlist Schematics”

Sound Advice 203: Sam Friedman

We are pleased to present our 203rd installment of Sound Advice featuring Sam Friedman. Sam is a Brooklyn-based painter.
Sound Advice 203

01. May I by Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs
02. Waiting on a Friend by The Rolling Stones
03. Omaha by Waylon Jennings
04. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) by Elvis Presley
05. Do I Love You? by The Ronettes
06. My Girl by Busty Brown
07. Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals
08. Don’t Worry Baby by Ronnie Spector
09. My Love Life (Video Edit Audio) by Morrissey
10. Somebody Got Murdered by The Clash
11. Love Is Here To Stay by Lou Reed
12. Why You Been Gone So Long by David Allan Coe
13. Everybody’s Talkin’ by Bill Withers
14. Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman) by Joe Tex
15. Come Running by Van Morrison
16. Rainy Day Woman (Live) by Waylon Jennings
17. Mr. Tambourine Man (Live) by Bob Dylan
18. Here Comes The Night by Busty Brown
19. Duke of Earl by Ken Boothe
20. Summerwind by Frank Sinatra
21. To Love Somebody by Nina Simone
22. Don’t Let Me Down by Marcia Griffiths
23. Could I Have This Dance by Doreen Shaffer
24. (Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry by Darlene Love
25. River Deep Mountain High by Ike & Tina Turner
26. You’re So Square (Baby, I Don’t Care) by Buddy Holly
27. Thanks by Waylon Jennings
28. What Makes You Think You’re The One by Fleetwood Mac
29. Nelson Mandela by The Special AKA
30. You Beat Me to the Punch by Mary Wells
31. Don’t Throw It All Away by Barrington Levy
32. Vietnam by Jimmy Cliff
33. Just As I Am by Willie Nelson
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Three Times Dope, Funky Dividends, 1989

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