Thursday, March 29, 2007

Lily Allen @ the Commodore Ballroom (03/27/07)

See, I'm usually a fan of Lily Allen and her attire.. but what the hell is going on here? I know someone is gonna knock me for blue/white J3s that are sooo hot. But really tho, she reminds me of a highschool dyke drug dealer.

Don't bring this shit to Toronto, the prom dresses are cute. I ain't mad at them.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Rock Solid!

Things are starting to pick up for Mims, you know they're gona ride the T.I.W.I.H. train. We've heard a lot of rappers try to take it the rock route and usually hit the road block. I'm not mad at this one. Purple Popcorn is providing the noise for the remix. Check Out The Vid!
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It looks like he's gonna be touching the T-Dot in Mid April too. We'll be keeping you posted. in the meantime take in a mixtape.

Monday, March 19, 2007

LCD Soundsystem "Sound of silver" review

LCD Soundsystem **Sound Of Silver** **RS:4of 5 Stars**
Rolling Stone review:
For a future-disco hero, LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy is unusually self-conscious. Before you hear a single kick-drum sample on his excellent second album, Murphy seems to be intentionally setting the bar low, giving the massive, clattering dance-floor killer that opens the disc the awesomely pathetic title of "Get Innocuous." The first LCD track, 2002's "Losing My Edge," was an anthem for aging hipsters everywhere; Silver's first single, "North American Scum," is about the existential crisis of being American at this particular historical moment. Even though it's difficult to imagine Murphy ever exhorting, "Everybody dance now," musically he owes a huge debt to house-music masters like Clivilles and Cole. Putting aside the world-weary Bowie-meets-Byrne vocals, the bulk of the tracks -- "Innocuous," "Us v Them," "Sound of Silver" -- could be lost late-Eighties dance classics. But somehow it all holds together as an album (the New Wave-y tunes "Someone Great" and "All My Friends" help), and by the end, ex-indie-rocker Murphy comes full circle, returning to his roots with the Pavement-meets-Morrissey comic lament "New York I Love You but You're Bringing Me Down."

These guys will be touching down in Montreal May 9th @ the Spectrum .... Should be a crazy show :)
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