Ginger lime chicken time!

Ginger lime chicken time!

"Pass This On" by The Knife

micdotcom:

Charts show the hit songs that have since faded into obscurity — and the ones that won’t go away

Least obscure hit songs, adjusted for time

1. “White Christmas,” by Bing Crosby (1942)

2. “Jailhouse Rock,” by Elvis Presley (1957)

3. “In the Mood,” by Glenn Miller Orch (1940)

4. “The House Of The Rising Sun,” by The Animals (1964)

5. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” by The Rolling Stones (1965)

6. “Help!” by The Beatles (1965)

7. “Yesterday,” by The Beatles (1965)

8. “Love Me Tender,” by Elvis Presley (1956)

9. “Heartbreak Hotel,” by Elvis Presley (1956)

10. “Hound Dog,” by Elvis Presley (1956)

Clay Aiken makes the list of most obscure | Follow micdotcom

stereogum:

Grimes scraps LP after negative reaction to “Go”

Whoa. 

"Stay With Me (FKA Twigs Cover)" by Sam Smith

One of those things that you didn’t even know you were wishing for. 

structuredenoir:

Annie Lennox & David Bowie - Under Pressure (The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert,1992)

Must-watch. 

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"Chamber of Reflection" by Mac DeMarco

Latecomer to the DeMarco game (so sue me!) and I am all…about…him, y’all! I’m now the proud owner of 2 and Salad Days. Guess I’ll never be sad again. 

awlmusic:

ScHoolboy Q in Paris | OUT HEAR (Vfiles)

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"Missing (Todd Terry Club Mix)" by Everything But The Girl

Does anyone remember this song? It was my favorite when I was a kid (it came out in 1995) and to this day I still think it’s a great song. 

And I miss you. Like the deserts miss the rain. 

Check out this mix on @8tracks: #tbt: Music For The Musically Challenged’s Favorite Oldies
breakingnews:

SoundCloud to allow ads, pay artists and record labels royalties
New York Times: As part of a new licensing deal with entertainment companies, SoundCloud will begin incorporating advertising and for the first time let artists and record labels collect royalties.
Eventually, it plans to introduce a paid subscription that will let listeners skip those ads, as they can with Spotify and other licensed services.
Photo: Lorde, who gained fame after posting her hit song ‘Royals’ on SoundCloud. (via NBCNews.com)

Don’t know how I feel about the ads. I love love love Soundcloud as a discovery tool and it would kind of suck to deal with ads. 

breakingnews:

SoundCloud to allow ads, pay artists and record labels royalties

New York TimesAs part of a new licensing deal with entertainment companies, SoundCloud will begin incorporating advertising and for the first time let artists and record labels collect royalties.

Eventually, it plans to introduce a paid subscription that will let listeners skip those ads, as they can with Spotify and other licensed services.

Photo: Lorde, who gained fame after posting her hit song ‘Royals’ on SoundCloud. (via NBCNews.com)

Don’t know how I feel about the ads. I love love love Soundcloud as a discovery tool and it would kind of suck to deal with ads. 

Yeah. I think… You become so accustomed to letting the screen tell you what’s going on when making electronic music, rather than your ears. Rick doesn’t touch any equipment or anything, he’s just in his ears. I think that’s key. Not being constrained by little blocks on a screen.

"Order of The Golden Dawn" by Daedelus

Nu bossa nova. Right up your alley, I think, pinkrobotboogaloo

"Ode to Viceroy" by Mac DeMarco

Ode to a fall day in August. 

Recent purchase. Loving it. 

Recent purchase. Loving it.