French artist Fafi has directed Azealia Banks’ new video for the rapper’s ‘Atlantis’. She’s usually known for her illustrations of sassy sexy girls with tattoos, striped arm warmers, big butts and devilish grins, but here she’s gone lo-fi, computery 3D which reminds me of some cool Tumblr artists.
Republican Swingers talk about: Why they chose to engage in Swinging in the first place; Their first sexual experience before they met; Their upbringing; Swinging in the new online world we live in; Whether they believe in God; Religion; Politics; What issues they consider to be of the biggest concern to our country and world.
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Atomic Duo perform Gil Scott Heron’s “Whitey On The Moon” at the Kennedy Center Talking Heads Perform “Cities” Live in Rome 1980 Frank Zappa – Dinah Moe Humm – Overnite Sensation Paul Anka – Smells Like Teen Spirit Patricia Barber – She’s A Lady – Modern Cool Devo – [...]
It’s not just the staggering record of 109 singles championships that places Jimmy Connors above any player who has played in the Open Era of Men’s Tennis–as tennis great Arthur Ashe stated before his passing–it’s the quality of those wins.
On the song “Janitor” Su Tissue (Sue McLane) and the Suburban Lawns Wax Poetic About Nukes, Action, Janitors and…her genitals. Part of the appeal of this three decades old KROQ classic, no doubt, was that listeners could not tell if she was singing “janitor” or “genitals.” It turns out she was alternately singing both. Listen to this quirky Southern California post-punk masterpiece that caught the attention of a million teenage boys near the start of Ronald Reagan’s presidency in 1981 (Lyrics below).
A gorgeous song sung beautifully to a lucky dutch crowd back in 1987.
What if it rained? They didn’t care, the sun follows darkness, joy follows despair
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Gone is the all too soft-spoken, publicity shy First Daughter that critics savaged soon after she was hired. In it’s place is a confident, take no prisoners, adult anchor woman determined to succeed. Her delivery, once uneven, is as smooth and reliable as a Ray Allen jump shot.