Hey guys, how’s life? I considered doing a Harlem Shake special this week, but I started watching videos of it and as much as I love the Shake, after about 10 crappy ones the music began to make me want to kill myself. It was a great fad with a terrible, emotion shattering 30 seconds of music. So I decided to scrap the idea and go with a regular show this week. If you would like to see some Harlem Shaking, check out the article on Radford University’s own attempt. It’s pretty fantastic. Continue reading Weekly Time Wasters: Baboon torture and penny revenge
If you were out of the country or out of the loop on music this summer, have no fear. Here are some of the best releases that made up the soundtrack to the summer of 2010.
Nas & Damien Marley- Distant Relatives
Critically acclaimed, long-awaited, classic. These are three phrases that others have used to describe this album. Socially conscious and filled with a tribal sound, the duo comes as the exception to the rule in a world where violence and sex rock the airwaves. This works negatively in the same aspect as those looking for the stoner anthems of both solo artists, which aren’t found on the album. Great listen, but little replay value.