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Lloiddd

My cousin is a single mom, good person (two beautiful children that are darlings). Huge aspirations. Hard to talking to her, because she asks me for help about budgeting and this and that, but every time I tell her about something she has to do, she seems always countering with "that's impossible" "I can't work that in..." "I have no time..." etc. I'm not frustrated with her just...sigh...it takes her about a few days to a week to finally admit yes we have to do that. I wish she'd just listen or better yet I wish I could just go halfway across the country and help her with the kids until she's caught up, but I can't.

Just reminded me of this song right now. To all single moms, keep your head up.

Lloiddd

Vinny

Ahead of its time!

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Lloiddd

One of the bands I use to listen to in HS (this one tho came out when I was in college).

Lloiddd

Vinny

Can't believe Robert Miles died last year, and somehow I missed the news.
RIP Robert, really appreciated your work.

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Ralizah

@Solea Oh man, that song is STRANGE! Never heard of the band. Although I had to look up an alternative video, as that one isn't allowed to play in the U.S. for whatever reason.

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/may/06/swans-michael-g...

Apparently early in their career they took to locking people in with them to keep them from fleeing!

I have to thank the people who made the trailer for the new Godzilla film for apparently introducing masses of people to Debussy's Claire de Lune.

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bimmy-lee

@Solea @Ralizah - Last night, I got completely sucked in to that guardian interview and the link therein for the live performance of Oxygen. These guys are mind blowing. One of the weirdest, coolest things I’ve ever seen. Definitely looking forward to exploring them more. And to think, I didn’t even realize I was worshipping Michael Gira’s beer can ziggurat out in the desert that one time.

bimmy-lee

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bimmy-lee

@Solea - I would never want to take that opportunity from you. Imagine away. Think of me as the guy with socks and sandals, short shorts, and a baggy T-shirt. He was the funniest one in my opinion. Gira seems brilliant. Possibly from another dimension. I loved some of his responses to the questions in the interview, specifically his response to the question about Nick Cave’s reaction to his songwriting. Took me a while to figure out what was happening in the Oxygen video, but when I did, it was mesmerizing.

bimmy-lee

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bimmy-lee

@Solea - That’s the first time I think I’ve seen a lap steel played where it didn’t overpower everything else. They’re usually either not playing, or the feature sound. I can’t tell if it was mixed in low (the sound mixer looked busy), or if everything was becoming one thing. Really fascinating. Incremental is a great way to describe it. I thought that guitar lick was awful and intentionally grating at first, then within a few minutes, it became music.

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Cobalt

@Solea

I personally think that the 80's and 90's in pop weren't bad at all... I mean you can find a lot of garbage for sure but we all have different tastes so...

Now, I checked Death Grips, hummmmm...I would say not my cup of tea...

I feel more confortable with this :

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GrailUK

Headmaster Ritual 1985

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Cobalt

@Solea

This is better ! I prefer clearly this one than 'Guillotine"...

Dunno if you can handle heavy industrial music but check that :

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Cobalt

@Solea

I'm surprised that you like it...

So, if you can handle Wumpscut, you're gonna handle easily SITD !

Big martial fat beat and some virus TI synths well used for the atmosphere.

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