Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Tracklist: Nicki Minaj, Billy Corgan, Alexis Krauss, King Tuff, Soronprfbs, Angel Olsen, Opeth and more

Posted By on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 10:24 AM

Hey, your cheeks arent touching.
  • Hey, your cheeks aren't touching.

>> Speaking of cheeks (that are touching), the buns-filled video for St. Nicki's "Anaconda" is finally here, there and everywhere, and, eh, IMO bouncing butt videos peaked with "Pour It Up." Anyway, take that, Carrie Taylor Swift? Now, who needs a cold shower? Speaking of ice buckets, can some one please pour a never-ending one on Gavin Rossdale. Speaking of requests and bush, Kate Bush has a request.

>> "I think (Adore) is probably the most important album, and what I mean by that was: the first three Pumpkins albums were very much about, “Gotta get on MTV, gotta win, gotta beat the other bands.” It was very ambitiously minded. And, that Faustian bargain, we got everything we bargained for." ~ Billy Corgan

>> Baby you'll be dreaming high & wild once you get some of King Tuff's punchy, crunchy, new "Blake Moon Spell" way deep down in your ear holes, mang. Sub Pop will help drop Black Moon Spell on September 23rd, 2014.

>> Full Stream Ahead: Opeth, Pale Communion, Shovels & Rope, Swimmin' Time, Lenguas Largas, Come On In, Bonus: The Soundmen featuring Avan Lava, “Bermuda

>> Sleigh Bells' Alexis Krauss aims to give the beauty industry a makeover with Beauty Lies Truth.

>> Soronprfbs, you know, the made up indie band from Frank starring Michael "Fassy" Fassbender that played a song on Colbert? Yes, well, they made you a playlist.

>> @aimeemann + @KimletGordon + @Carrie_Rachel + #AmyPoehler = Magic: The Gathering!

>> www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/attempt-explain-pop-music

>> NPR's Ann Powers on the new Taylor Swift: "She's not every woman, she is a particular woman who normally doesn't shake her booty the way a Fly Girl would, and who normally wouldn't use a phrase like "sick beat," and "Shake It Off" sets up those cultural crossings as pretty crazy. Swift's critique suggests she wants to have her pop and somehow stay above it, too."

>> The bands with The in the band name.

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