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bloop

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    VA, USA

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  • Occupation
    Math Teacher
  • Favorite movies
    Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Pulp Fiction, Fargo
  • Favorite music
    Radiohead, Sufjan Stevens, Fleet Foxes, PJ Harvey, Prince, Miles Davis
  • Favorite creative writing
    Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Neil Gaiman
  • Favorite visual art
    Picasso, Michaelangelo, Dali, Escher
  1. Chance the Rapper - Coloring Book

    Well, I guess I'm out of my mind, then.
  2. Radiohead-"Burn the Witch"

    In terms of arrangement, "The Numbers" reminds me of another Godrich production, Beck's "Sea Change". This can only be a good thing. I'm pretty well taken by the entire album, though.
  3. Blur - The Magic Whip

    This is still even debatable? I like the first couple Oasis albums, and a few thing here and there after those, but Blur has pulled away in a big way.
  4. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly [2015]

    Beautifully put, Josh. Like you, I can't help but draw some parallels between this album and D'Angelo's from last year, but this feels like more of an emotional response to the failings of our culture where D'Angelo's album feel a bit more like an intellectual one.
  5. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly [2015]

    I'm just referring to the physical release of Vulnicura.
  6. Madonna - Rebel Heart [2015]

    I enjoyed this album, but I can completely sympathize with the notion that these lyrics don't make a lot of sense for a 56 year old. From her catalog, nothing touches Like a Prayer with me, but I think the album is at least as good as Music, anyway.
  7. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly [2015]

    March is a very busy month for new releases. Bjork gets personal, Sufjan returns to simplicity (it seems so far from songs that have been released), and Kendrick gets revolutionary. Can't wait!
  8. Bjork - Vulnicura

    Yeah, I sort of wanted to buy the vinyl album partly for large artwork, but I really don't think I need that blown up further. Eyesore.
  9. Sleater-Kinney?

    http://www.npr.org/event/music/388196234/live-tuesday-sleater-kinney-in-concert You're welcome.
  10. Best Breakup Songs/Albums

    A lot of good ones mentioned here. I like Dolorean's "Country Clutter" as a break-up/kiss-off sort of song.
  11. D'Angelo - Black Messiah

    "Blank Space" was stuck in my head for days. I rather like it, but I'm sure it's aided by the visual accompaniment of the video, which is just funny.
  12. D'Angelo - Black Messiah

    He seems to know a lot, but to what end? The vast majority of critics who have just as much background knowledge continue to rave. I'm sticking with "instant classic" myself.
  13. D'Angelo - Black Messiah

    I've listened to it more, to see if I've cooled on it, and I haven't. I think it may well be a masterpiece - not a term I use often or loosely.
  14. Flying Lotus - You're Dead!

    I can't stop listening to this album. I should get to other things, but there's a world here to explore.
  15. Aphex Twin - Syro

    Yeah, I don't know enough about the genre to say much beyond a basic response in how the music makes me feel. But, I enjoy some electronic music, and this feels about as endearingly human as it gets.
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