Wilco unveiled the first cut off their eighth LP — possibly titled The Whole Love — tonight: “I Might,” the A-side to their new 7” single, backed by a cover of Nick Lowe’s “I Love My Label.” Within hours of airing on local radio stations and being performed live at the band’s Solid Sound Festival, the tune has hit the web. “Well, it doesn’t sound like Lady Gaga,” Tweedy told Spin of the catchy number, “but it’s our way of being obnoxious.”
2) 'Til Shiloh was dope and probably my favorite reggae record of the 90’s.
3) I saw Buju at the Avalon in Boston in like 2004. Maybe the worst live show I have ever seen. Seriously, it was worse than Vanilla Ice. He was super fucked up, the sound was terrible, he performed 1/3 of most of his songs and jumped around like an asshole for maybe 45 minutes. Then it was over.
I spent the evening driving around the metro area between trips to a rowing machine and a trivia night listening to my man Sims and Lazerbeak’s new record Bad Time Zoo. I toured with them for three weeks and I really enjoyed their set and I’m discovering all the nuances on the record that you…
I smell the warm blood of the bill collector knocking. I get awkwardly sturdy with a frigid liquid backbone. I get swept in the pressure cooker tryin to paddle back home. I get sprung with a vibrant alliance of clean intention By eclipsing doom litigants hatched to bash these picket fences.
Yeah, this came out over 10 years ago. #Feelin’ old.
In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened that day by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777. The June 14 date is also when Congress adopted “the American continental army” after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; in August 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress.
“At the end of the day, all the people that were rooting for me to fail … at the end of the day, tomorrow they have to wake up and have the same life that [they had] before they woke up today. They got the same personal problems they had today. And I’m going to continue to live the way I want to live and continue to do the things I want to do.”—Lebron James