Monday, February 18, 2013

Tracklist: Alabama and Azealia shakes

Posted By on Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 11:01 AM

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>> It's Monday, you're busy, so open a new browser window, put on Pitchfork's excellent new hour-long documentary about the making of Belle And Sebastian's '96 classic If You're Feeling Sinister, minimize that window and get back to goofing off.

>> In case you missed it, Alabama Shakes did "Hold On" (you've heard that one enough already) and new one "Always Alright" (the best song Kings of Leon forgot to write for their first album) on "SNL" this past weekend. Also, that Beyonce documentary advertisement premiered on HBO, to mostly fart in the wind reviews.

>> Tiny imploding rap ingenue Azealia Banks attempts her own "Harlem Shake." Not exactly up on my memes, but I think she needs more dancers in this video at some point, no?

>> Pick on someone your own size, Patrick Carney! You are not concentrating, Mary J. Blige!! Ezra Koenig's speaking voice AHHHHHHHHH!!!!

>> Dave Matthews Band announces 45 summer tour dates. Atlanta, you have been spared ... FOR NOW. Speaking of the '90s, Mad Season has a new song called "Locomotive." Yes, it's one of those dig-something-out-of-the-trash-and-slap-a-new-vocal-track-on-it things, but it's also kind of awesome, cos' Lanegan.

>> It's been a long time since you've heard that Brian Peppers song. (Thanks, thighs.)

>> RIP Mindy McCready.

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