Tag: depression

September 20, 2018 /

I can’t listen to this without feeling a tightness in my chest.

The death of Mac Miller two weeks ago was a real shock.

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April 20, 2017 /
August 25, 2016 /
January 14, 2016 /

“All I need… is a ride or die…”

Lately I’ve been putting quite bit of play on Devoted, the second album from the Cali indie group Rituals of Mine (formerly known as Sister Crayon).  

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December 17, 2015 /

Believe it or not, Sneaker Pimps aren’t a rap group!

So a little backstory: Back in the early ’90s there came a type of music from the UK that was slow, provocative, mysterious, and just as dreary as a drizzly afternoon in London.

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October 22, 2015 /

Time for a little soul.

On the first listen, you might think that the Bay Area group Monophonics is some fabled lost group from the 1960s, their record an ultra-rare groove found in the collection of only the most knowledgeable and hip crate-digger.

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June 4, 2015 /

December 23, 2012. Remember that day? You know, the date where the Mayan calendar was set to end and as a result there’d be a massive reckoning  and everyone was gonna die?

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January 29, 2015 /

Die Young, the second record by the Australian indie band Collarbones is one record I keep on returning to.

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May 15, 2014 /

This listen hit me in the gut around 10:40 this morning. I was in my cubicle at work, half-asleep, stomach rumbling, thoughts lost in the fog and a long, long day stretching out before me.

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March 4, 2014 /

Perfection in less than two minutes, this song neatly covers the reason why I’m such a big fan of One Be Lo.

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