Saturday, February 28, 2015


"Honestly, I was surprised that that video was that shocking because we don't see anything: We don't see any pubes hair, we don't see any tits almost, they don't do anything wrong. We're all here on Earth because our parents they make sex, right? So, I don't get it. I mean, porn for me is when people are killing each other. You go to see a movie, we see blood everywhere, but we never see a dick or a pair of tits. We are here because people fuck, so, we should be proud of the fucking thing."- Jean-Baptiste Mondino

ROLLING STONE: Express Yourself: The Making of Madonna's 20 Greatest Music Videos

morning benders.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

dope walk.

a video.

from a$ap ferg.

ROLLING STONE: Watch A$AP Ferg Teach Haim, Cara Delevingne How to 'Dope Walk'

blind threats.

a moment of clarity. 


"...For years, ideological extremism fuelled by organized money has degraded our political system, and that brings troubles as serious and lasting as external threats—which are serious enough, and all the harder to confront intelligently in an atmosphere like the one that prevails in Washington. These internal forces have steadily weakened the defenses of the body politic, leaving a demoralized federal work force, a routinization of poor working conditions and inadequate services, a strategy of total war on every issue that comes before Congress, and a national government that is the last place you’d look to for solutions to the country’s most corrosive problems.

...McConnell appears to be looking for an escape from his own trap. So are some of the leading Republican Presidential contenders. But it won’t be easy for even the most moderate of them to find a way out of their party’s forty-year journey into the badlands of the extreme right. They’ve found power there for so long, in so many elections, that when the time comes the riders might discover that their horses are unwilling to turn back. You can’t spend decades encouraging irrationality and ignorance, then declare a return to sanity when it’s convenient. The price lasts longer than an election cycle."

THE NEW YORKER: Threats to Homeland Security


FILE UNDER: Coming Attractions.

"Action Bronson has released an album trailer for Mr. Wonderful, out March 24. It parodies the "You Got the Touch" scene from Boogie Nights and stars "The Adventures of Pete & Pete"/Grand Theft Auto V star Danny Tamberelli and frequent Bronson collaborator Party Supplies." 

PITCHFORK: Action Bronson and "Pete & Pete" Star Danny Tamberelli Take on Boogie Nights


Tuesday, February 24, 2015

california nights.

a video.

from best coast.

nothing without love.

a video.

starring nate ruess.

dark sky (skyscapers).

a video.

starring big sean. 

falling apart.

a video.

from emile haynie, andrew wyatt, & brian wilson.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Friday, February 20, 2015


(1) I like Blur.

(2) But I liked Oasis more.

(3) I own all of their albums. (except one)

(4) He mentions the (pretty decent) Oasis albums that few people cared for (except the five of us who were still listening to Oasis after Be Here Now).

(5) No country for Be Here Now.

(6) And, a year or so back I accidentally threw out my used $9 copy of What's the Story, Morning Glory purchased in high school. (Just the disc. Not the album art/cd booklet, somehow) Still pretty upset about that.

GRANTLAND: Songs of the Week: In Honor of Blur’s Reunion LP, Let’s Talk About How Oasis Is Better

flags of the old regime.

 a video.

starring pete doherty.

PITCHFORK: Peter Doherty Shares Video for Amy Winehouse Tribute "Flags of the Old Regime"


a video.

starring fall out boy.

empty nesters.

a video.

starring toro y moi.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Thursday, February 12, 2015


a short film.

starring drake.

Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 (LPFJ2).

starring a$ap rocky.

champagne kisses.

a video.

starring jessie ware.

what kind of man.

a video.

starring florence + the machine.

Saturday, February 07, 2015

Friday, February 06, 2015

coming attractions.

with hot chip.

PITCHFORK: Hot Chip Tease New Album With Cryptic Video

screen door.

a video.

starring vince staples.


a video.

from jmsn.


a video.

starring tinashe.


a moment of clarity. 


"last night’s episode on black fatherhood was the first time the show fully managed to distinguish itself from the shows that inspired it. This time, Wilmore skipped the opening monologue to dive directly into this fraught issue with his panel of guests: Common, New York Times columnist Charles Blow, Center for Urban Families founder Joe Jones, and Nightly Show contributor and comedian Mike Yard. The result was an episode that balanced humor and seriousness deftly, and offered an engaging discussion rarely heard on a major TV network.

...Wilmore volleyed the conversation effortlessly, and because the subject matter was so deeply personal to him and his guests, the scene was intimate and natural, almost like you were dropping in on a conversation you’d hear on the street, or at a dinner party. Not every episode will be like that, of course, (nor should it be, since a little genuine tension never hurt a panel discussion). But this kind of dynamic is what makes The Nightly Show feel like something we've rarely seen on TV."

 SLATE: Last Night Was Larry Wilmore’s Best Episode Yet


THE NIGHTLY SHOW: February 4, 2015 - Black Fatherhood

Thursday, February 05, 2015

Tuesday, February 03, 2015


starring what tyrants.

stream here.


a video.

starring rihanna, kanye, and paul mccartney. 

Monday, February 02, 2015