Tag: fun

January 24, 2018 /

What a peculiar, spastic, and fun record Iglooghost has got here!

Iglooghost is the alterego of Irish electronic musician Seamus Malliagh, who has been raising the eyebrows of many with his maximalist approach to music-making, employing a hectic musical pastiche of noise, electronic beats, chipmunk-style vocals, radically-altered samples, and almost alien sound manipulations, all thrown together and somehow made to work with each other.

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November 3, 2017 /

I’m still not totally sure what level of jokery that Kirin J. Callinan is on, but believe me, he’s most definitely got the last laugh.

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October 18, 2017 /

I’m excited ya’ll, because 24 hours from now I’ll be seeing LCD Soundsystem live at D.C.’s shiny new music venue, The Anthem.

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September 8, 2017 /

Surprisingly, my introduction to Tyler, the Creator was not when he ate the cockroach!

It was 2009.

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August 25, 2017 /

I can hear you now: “Oh, Foster the People? Those guys who did ‘Pumped Up Kicks?’ I loved that song!”

Yeah, that Foster the People, the L.A.

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July 21, 2017 /

I have a special place in my heart for Illumination, the 2010 debut of Australian synthpop band Miami Horror.

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July 14, 2017 /

No song sums up my mood right now better than this classic by Martha and the Muffins.

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May 19, 2017 /

Time to hit you with some African disco!

Now Kiki Gyan is an artist whom I found bit mysterious when I initially came across his music.

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April 7, 2017 /

Toro Y Moi, Spanish and French for “the bull and me” is the alter-ego of singer and producer Chaz Bundick, who has gained recognition and praise throughout the indie music blogosphere in the 2010s, initially for his style of dreamy, lo-fi electronic pop.

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March 9, 2017 /

Arsenio dissed us but the crowd kept clappin’…

In the late ’80s four crazy kids came out of the suburbs of Long Island and released an album which changed hip-hop, championing youthfulness, positivity, and oddball fun.

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