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United States United States. DJ since Dec 6, 2008
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kulturhack Must. Stop. Playing. Sharon Jones. And The Dap-Kings. Just past noon, and I've chewed my way through most their discography. Next stop--Mark Ronson...
dobstey gave props on May 1 at 9:34 am
kulturhack My favorite rock song--nothing else has come close. A three-chord meditation on the inexorable passage of time and a steadfast belief in no regrets.
dobstey gave 2 props on Mar 18 at 4:19 am
kulturhack "Holocaust," by Big Star: "Everybody goes / Leaving those who fall behind / Everybody goes / As far as they can / They don't just care." Thanks, Alex.

Big StarHolocaust

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dobstey gave props on Mar 18 at 4:17 am
kulturhack We all have memories we manage to outpace through constant motion, that nevertheless catch up with us at three in the morning. This one of those times
STEVENDOES gave props on Dec 21 at 7:04 pm
kulturhack John Winston Lennon: The Dakota, New York City, December 8, 1980.
333ccd333 gave props on Dec 8 at 1:30 pm
kulturhack Though it's as rare as solar eclipse, Hitchcock's surrealism sometimes slips and the raw, emotional feed is unfiltered by insects, food or Victoriana
patita_ gave props on Jun 2 at 3:55 pm
kulturhack Beyond the gorgeous melody, see this as Al Stewart Done Right--a song where a rejected lover points out the parallels between himself and Napoleon II.
LisaWorld gave props on Jun 2 at 3:32 pm
kulturhack Duncan Browne died young, but left a catalog of moving, varied work. This is from the first Metro album, where Bowie later found "Criminal World."
MrsASoprano gave props on May 24 at 8:53 pm
kulturhack A late Bowie masterpiece--and as the last track on what increasingly seems like his last studio collection, the world-weariness is even more resonant
ShiaoMei gave props on Apr 23 at 7:36 am
kulturhack Pop for the aging isn't about hope--it's about the reset button; the do-over. This is a courageous song despite the world-weariness: Try again.

Eurythmics17 Again

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Telekon gave props on Apr 13 at 1:49 pm
kulturhack Passing a store in 2004 I first heard this--It thrilled me then; it still stops me dead now--improbably, she's the closest we've got to Billie Holiday
BethanPie gave props on Apr 4 at 2:49 pm
kulturhack From Wrong Way Up, an achingly depiction of Van Gough as he paints "Cornfield With Ravens" and contemplates suicide as a spinning away into the stars.
fake_cluetrain gave props on Apr 3 at 9:27 am
kulturhack One enigmatic Englishman salutes another: Artistically, Hitchcock's surrealism and Drake's insularity are both improbably leveraged pop idiosyncrasies
phatdaddio gave props on Mar 22 at 1:13 pm
kulturhack A slim masterpiece: Ten bars, one take, three solos. Bill Evans said Miles asked what he'd do with G-minor and A-augmented. Evans wrote Blue In Green.
allen_stairs gave props on Dec 10 at 6:07 am
kulturhack John Lennon assassinated 28 years ago today. Almost 30 years of 'no one answering.' Life seems to have happened while we were busy making other plans.
lovelykatherine gave props on Dec 8 at 12:56 pm
kulturhack To paraphrase what Lou said at Max's Kansas City, we all feel this way one time or another--I just feel like this more often than most . . . Indeed.
lovelykatherine gave props on Dec 7 at 7:09 am
kulturhack "September," at a minute-and-a-half, with Sakamoto's dark -chocolate string arrangement, is a near-perfect minimal pop song; a solitaire set simply.
donfelipe gave props on Dec 7 at 5:41 am
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