Daft Punk :: Get Lucky :: Explained by Chilly Gonzales
I Got High :: Owen
This speaker lights up in flames with every beat.
FIRE :: SCIENCE :: MUSIC
LIVE AT COACHELLA 2014
Frank Turner - Recovery
Frank Turner played on Sunday April 13th, 2014
God, Frank Turner’s the best
I don’t care that its the cheesiest shit in the world, I love Ben Folds
Rockin’ the Suburbs :: Ben Folds
Saw them live yesterday and now I’m loving them.
Leo at Coachella
New Music from Foxygen :: Coachella Set
In a world where every music-streaming service under the sun is battling to bring tailored or infinite playlists to your earbuds, the last thing you’d expect is for a new company to say, “Hey, how about just one vinyl record per month, period?” But that’s exactly what music startup Vinyl Me, Please is offering. Co-founder Matt Fiedler had received his dad’s record player for Christmas and didn’t know where to start. “I love music, but walking into a record store was, like, really stressful for me,” Fiedler told Yahoo Tech. I was almost paralyzed with trying to start my collection.” His co-worker and future roommate Tyler Barstow felt the same.
Yo if anyone is looking for something to get me for my birthday :)
There’s so many amazing angles to this story that we’re not exactly sure how to unpack it. Michael Cera (who we will forever call George Michael Bluth) is making his Broadway debut In This Is our Youth, alongside Kieran Culkin and Rookie Mag founder Tavi Gevinson. If that’s not cool enough, note that the play is receiving an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanlij—who is also making his Broadway debut. (via Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanlij To Score Michael Cera’s Broadway Debut | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)
The paragraph just keeps getting better and better as you go along. Michael Cera? Broadway? Okay. Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson? Aight! Rostam Batmanlij? Okay?!?
Wait, Zach Braff likes The Shins? who knew.
Here’s the trailer for Braff’s new movie Wish I Were Here a not-sequel to Garden State. It features the lovely song ‘Simple Song’ by The Shins