I listened to this Elephant Man song about 10-12 times today. I learned a lot of things. First, the CLOWN WE OUT refrain is just retardedly banging. Second, it's on the Carrot Oil riddim. Third, did everyone else already realize how hardcore Elephant Man's lisp is? Funny on several levels that is. And fourth, and probably the most fantastic, is that Elephant is likely the only person to ever record the phrase "clown we out" in any type of cultural sense. A Google search displayed results 1-10 of 13. It sounds like it's referencing natural sexual lubrication in some way. It could just be about his hair. But you know, guess is as good as mine. And no he's not shouting out Cate Blanchett at the beginning I don't think.

Si Se Puede (March 17, 2008)

This mix haz a flavor. And it's mostly disco.

Andrew WK - ”McLaughlin Groove” (w/ video!)
Neon Neon – “Dream Girls” [Stainless Style]*
Louis La Roche – “Love”**
M.I.A. – “Paper Planes (DFA Remix)” [Paper Planes Homeland Security Remixes]***
Jamie Lidell – “Hurricane” [Jim]^
Sebastien Tellier – “Divine” [Sexuality]
Juvelen – “Don’t Mess”
MGMT – “Electric Feel” [Oracular Spectacular]
Yeasayer – “Sunrise” [All Hour Cymbals]

Bag Raiders – “Fun Punch” [Fun Punch EP]
Radio Dept. – “Bad Reputation” [Annie Laurie EP]^^
Hercules & Love Affair – “Hercules’ Theme” [Hercules & Love Affair]
Gonzales – “Slow Down (ft. Teki Latex)”
The Whitest Boy Alive – “Golden Cage” (Fred Falke Remix)
Map of Africa – “Map of Africa” [Map of Africa] (MORE)

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Did Rapidshare always have kittens on these?

Viva Obama!

Sometimes an Umbrella is just an Umbrella


Rhianna's "Umbrella" may have lost the Best Song Grammy to Amy Winehouse's "Rehab," but given the number of different ways this song has been reinvented or "remixed" in live settings - with Chris Brown at the VMA's, with Morris Day and the Time at the Grammy's, and most recently with the Klaxons at the Brit Awards, there has got to be some kind of a new category created for this song. Most Versatile? Most Flexible? Song with the Stongest Pathological Fear of Getting Old? Whatever it is, this song will not go gently into that good night (rage, Rhianna, rage against the dying of the light).

Here, in all its transmogro-rific glory, is Umbrella Cubed.

w/ Chris Brown at the VMA's

w/ Morris Day and the Time at the Grammys



Incredible Grammy performance of Morris Day & The Time with Rihanna. Given how many different ways "Umbrella" can be performed - here as a Morris Day/Prince/Synthy jam - and still be a total banger, this is without a doubt the song of the year.

I Missed the Grammys


grammys suck
But all this talk has gotten me strangely in the mood to buy a GRAMMY Brand Checker GRAMMY t-shirt designed by JEM with GRAMMY leather belt designed by Latino Royalty.


Andy D + Sven Midnite @ Knitting Factory. More.

You're My Number One Guy

I love this song even more knowing that the chorus comes straight out of Batman.

Heidi Montag shows us what Kristeva meant by "The Abject"

From MAXIM: "Yeah, I'm working on an album, but it's not like with most pop artists, where they have a song sent to them that has nothing to do with their emotions or lives. It's all about me and my life. I'm taking my time to make sure it's a CLASSIC. I don't want to be the next pop person who's in and out. I want to be like Michael Jackson, Madonna, Stevie Wonder - all the greats."

THE ABJECT, abjection (Kristeva): Our reaction (horror, vomit) to a threatened breakdown in meaning caused by the loss of the distinction between subject and object or between self and other. The primary example is the corpse (which traumatically reminds us of our own materiality); however, other items can elicit the same reaction: the open wound, sewage, even a particularly immoral crime.

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