Loretta Lynn (still alive, btw) is an American Treasure.
This is a playlist I put together last year based on this NME Top 500 Songs of All Time list from 2014. It’s most of the Top 100. There are a couple that aren’t on Spotify.
They’re all hits (well, except the Blur songs, obvs.), and at over 7 hours long, it’s a nice way to spend a workday or two.
Snail Mail was great.
It was a mid-week show after I’d been on the road a ton over the weekend. It was still totally worth it.
Highly recommended if they come anywhere near you.
(7:05) Hott Minute (10:30) Freddie Gibbs – Freddie (14:45) Handsome Rambler Podcast (19:12) Slay the Spire (22:44) Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (27:23) The Pudding Followup and Footnotes Music Break: Serengeti – “Dennehy” garthbrookschrisgainescountdown.com Desus & Mero – Final Episode Girls Trip Uncle Drew Black Hammer Sherlock Frankenstein Teddy Pendergrass – Teddy
I’m not going to Comic-Con this year but I try to keep up with what’s happening there. This Elektra mural is siiiiiick. #sdcc #sdcc2018 #sienkiewicz A post shared by Bill Sienkiewicz Art (@billsienkiewiczart) on Jul 9, 2018 at 3:14pm PDT
It’s one of those albums that gets the major hype treatment from the baby boomers but, IMO, it lives up to it.
This surprised me this afternoon.
I have a deep hatred for the algo-driven feed. I use Twitterrific to get my tweets in chronological order but there isn’t a good 3rd party app to use for Instagram.
This seems like an okay compromise. I hate that they won’t just let me see what I want in the order it was posted, but maybe I’m less mad if they still show me everything? I dunno. We’ll see.
It’s not even noon.
This video purports to be some late-night rascals climbing to the top of a new office building here downtown. And then they climb to the top of the big crane they’re using on the site.
No, thank you.