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Do I have an affinity towards smart British boy bands?  If you have been reading my columns you might have come to this conclusion before I did.  I’m learning a lot about myself it seems through this column.   I wanted to talk about this song primarily because of the lyrics.  Alt-J loves them some math metaphors.  The title, Tessellate, itself is a math based metaphor for sex.  “Tessellation is the process of creating a two-dimensional plane using the repetition […]

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Did you want an anthem to keep you feeling like a badass for the rest of the week? I present to you Ch-ching by Chairlift.  You’re welcome. Besides being a mood boosting, eclectic, indie, power soundtrack to your week, I actually think this song does something impossible: stays cohesive while having a little something for everyone.  Hear me out.  There’s electronic elements, acoustic elements (the horns tho at 3:00), a great beat, a slower more reflective section, and a versatile […]

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Listened On Repeat: IFUCKINGLOVEYOU by Big Black Delta

I fucking love this song.  It has epic choirs, rock and electronic elements that all somehow perfectly compliment each other.  Big Black Delta is not a one trick pony and their sound varies tremendously from song to song.  They pull from a variety of genres and sounds, but what is consistent is the intensity in which they approach every single song.