SEPTEMBER 2010: M.I.A., Jimmy Eat World, Diplo, Pavement, Benny Benassi, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, Chromeo, The Chemical Brothers, Sleigh Bells, Neon Indian, Major Lazer, T.I., Yeasayer, LCD Soundsystem, Pretty Lights, Ludacris, Matt & Kim, Die Antwoord, Armin Van Buuren, Boys Noize, Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki, Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, and A-Trak.
Major Lazer, “Good Enough feat. Collie Buddz and Lindie Ortega”
If you don’t know Major Lazer at all, you should start from page one of Wampoholic and catch up. Here’s a track from Lazers Never Die, their newly released EP.
While I will never profess to knowing anything about dub or reggae, I haven’t found a song as sad as this in the genre. Then again, there’s a lot more pop in here than one would expect. Ripping the guitar lick from Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So” almost verbatim and throwing in a non-accented vocalist makes this pretty damn accessible.
we try baby but we’re going south/ i try baby but you’re full of doubt/ so tell me what am i to do right now/ light it up light it up and hope it don’t burn out/
Wonderful Wedding Ring of the Day: Inspired by the stanhopes of yore, Luke Jerram set out to craft for his blushing bride-to-be Shelina Nanji a one-of-a-kind portrait-projecting wedding ring capable of displaying a number of embedded microphotographs against most any surface when exposed to the faintest of light sources.
Free sex forever for this dude! cause that’s the most important thing in all relationships yo
Mark Walters offers anecdotes from his life as he explores several pinball machines. Strangely compelling.
Sure, it loses steam as it goes on, but look at that title!
“Mass sea-monkey suicide”