New month, new playlist!
Highlights include:

  • A Meat Beat Manifesto song from 2019
  • A brand new Aesop Rock single
  • A Future Sound of London track from the new Cascade 2020 disk
  • An Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah track about Lake Shore Drive from 1971
  • My two favorite songs from the new Public Enemy album, Loud is Not Enough

It’s the first of the month, so that means a new playlist.

Highlights of this one:

  • A weird Nirvana-sample-based hip hop track featuring Pharoahe Monche
  • Out-of-character punk tracks from Mindless Self Indulgence and Destroy Boys
  • An Aesop Rock track from the Bushwick soundtrack
  • A bunch of lo-fi synthwave tracks that sound like they were recorded off the radio in an alternate version of 1991.

Bill O’Reilly said nasty things about my sister, a journalist. He took her words out of context. I want to take his nose out of context.

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Anyone want to wager on how long it’ll be before Disney has all of them under perpetual copyright?

Collection of fairytales gathered by historian Franz Xaver von Schönwerth had been locked away in an archive in Regensburg for over 150 years

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Hundreds of bodies — too many to count — remain strewn in the bush in Nigeria from an Islamic extremist attack that Amnesty International suggested Friday is the deadliest massacre in the history of Boko Haram.

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The religion of peace keeps bringing the hits.

A street magician in Syria beloved by children was beheaded by militants with the Islamic State group after his performances were deemed to be insulting to God, the Daily Mirror reported Wednesday.

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