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Koreless’ Sun* performed live with a string quintet. Aching and gorgeous and melancholy like the train journey home the morning after a life-changing night.
*aka The song that 70% of your favourite DJs opened 80% of their sets with in 2012.
a fanmix for that feeling you get when you read another mix description; characters described in vague terms, girls with power and boys with tragedies; metaphors abound like flowers in a meadow, their petals heavy with rain; i don’t recognize any of these fucking bands
|—||RZA’s relationship with the rest of Wu-Tang is fascinating to me. This is from a short but sweet piece for New MySpace on RZA’s experience scoring Kill Bill.|
A small part of me wants to say “Spottieoppiedopalicious” but most of me read this question and without pause immediately went “INSLUMNATIONAL UNDERGROUND THUNDER POUNDS WHEN I STOMP THE GROUND”.
(Two fun facts that you can take as a pair or consider individually: Big Boi is my favourite half of Outkast. Andre 3000’s opening verse on UGK’s International Player’s Anthem is maybe my single favourite rap verse of all time)
The Grimes x Nicki Minaj Bit from Girl Talk’s Coachella Set
(A lot of people have good reasons for hating Girl Talk and the YouTube video from whence this came would give those people a LOT of evidence, but on the other hand, who am I to deny the glory of Nicki’s “I’m Out” verse over “Oblivion”? Oh also there’s a tiny bit of Kendrick at the end there)