Julianna Barwick - The Harbinger
"Animal Farm," The Kinks
Always puts a smile on my face.
Quite proud to have seen this 1989 John Larroquette-Bronson Pinchot flick in the theater and contributed to its $5.3 million box office gross, THANKYOUVERYMUCH.
Either I accidentally logged in to my angry uncle’s Facebook account or the “suggested post” algorithm is off tonight.
There seems to be a bit of confusion about MARTA’s “Pitch It In” anti-litter campaign. Apparently riders don’t know where they are supposed to pitch their bottles. In the stairwell? On a water pipe? On the tracks? On the roof? Or was it on top of the Breeze Card machines?
And notice that MARTA riders enjoy many brands of terrible beer: Miller Lite, Bud Light, and of course, Natty Ice.
Junip, “After All is Said and Done” (live in Munich)
Black Moth Super Rainbow, “Gangs in the Garden”
Fan video but oddly fitting.
Clothilde, “Fallait Pas Ecraser La Queue Du Chat”
Talking Heads, “Paper”
Sweet Jesus, I’ve searching too damn long for this version. Please disregard zee psychedelia.
At the end of every legislative session, Creative Loafing hands out the “Golden Sleaze Awards.” The faux honors are given to state lawmakers who proposed the worst ideas during the 40-day session. Some pols, such as state Rep. Earl Ehrhart, R-Powder Springs, consider the awards a badge of honor. We gave him a shout-out for trying to expand a scholarship program that allows state money to find its way to private schools. You might have read about it in the New York Times.
Foxygen, “On Blue Mountain”
The Jagger is strong in this one.
— Ken Layne talks with a journalist who went from newspapers to Patch and back to newspapers.
Errors, “White Infinity”