don't it feel so good / don't it feel so fine
"i am really fucking frosted right now"
I heard Jordan Benefit (of Mutual Benefit) is so nice that he’s using bandcamp revenue and vinyl sales to keep an understaffed st. louis-area daycare afloat
I just had my second last-ever lecture. TV class where we managed to cover 4 shows and their cultural and ideological implications in one session, and in an enlightening way. I’m never sure how much others value discussion like that but it’s been my favorite part of undergraduate academics and I’m not at all ashamed to miss it and am now worried I won’t have anything similar after school. To curb that I’m having one of my last special carvery wraps (best food on campus) and eating out in the nice weather out on the quad for one of the last times. When you’ve failed so many other aspects of college life you’re allowed to indulge the prototypical ones
Complex Magazine released “The 25 Best Rap Verses of the Last 5 Years,” naming Nicki Minaj’s verse in Monster #1.
“It was clear, she did her thing alongside the best in the game—she stole the show, in fact, outshined them all.”
Not a perfect list but this no 1 pick makes it alright
maaaan between how perfect Superlove is and how charli nails pretty much every concern I had after true romance, I’m insanely excited for her second album gonna be so good
spontaneous music opinion: it took me to now to reappraise the new swearin’ album because I didn’t like it much at first. like it a little better now but it’s a definite disappointment. Dust in the Gold Sack and Watered Down are awesome… then tracks 3-6 are just heavy but not melodic or interesting. even self-important and bad in parts. Melanoma’s probably the worst. the back half of the record sort of rights that, returning to straight-forward ’90s alt revival (Curdled, or even Loretta’s Flowers which I’m p sure nods at Pavement in the title) and pop punk (Glare of the Sun) but doesn’t do anything remarkable enough to cleanse the palate from the distasteful middle section. can’t really have 14 minutes of your 34 minute pop punk album be repellent, now can you