Song Of The Day: Broods-“Killing You”

Yeah, I’m posting fall foliage ho. πŸπŸƒπŸ‚
If we had brought a cooler of beer we might still be up there.         πŸπŸƒπŸ‚ (at North Salem, New York)
A lot to celebrate in October for the McCombs. Happy 33rd anniversary! Many more πŸ˜‚πŸ’♥️
Found the officiant for our wedding ceremony!!! πŸ™πŸ‘°πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Before I left for L.A. last summer I got lunch with the homie @ibknight at King Noodle in Bushwick and saw them shooting this video.

Didn’t know it was JUNGLEPUSSY just thought it was some art students fucking around with their new cameras.

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COVERS: Sinead Harnett-“Stay High”/”Pills & Potion” (Tove Lo/Nicki Minaj)

Malibu, CA.
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SONG OF THE DAY: Charli XCX-“London Queen”

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OLD SCHOOL VIDEO OF THE DAY: Aaliyah- “Back & Forth” (1994)

Enthusiastically supporting an okay football program since ‘03. @rellebelle1223 @stephdio #cuse  (at MetLife Stadium)
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LISTEN: Currently Obsessed (September)

Ahh September! After an extended vacation from work and the island of NYC it was time to return to both.Β 

I started a new show at the top of the month, a goofy scripted pilot for Oxygen, so I was on the hunt for new shit to listen to while I edited.

Above are my most played songs this month featuring the likes of Mac Demarco, Years & Years, Marlena Shaw, Little Dragon and more.


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Currently Obsessed With: Mac Demarco

Because my job requires me to spend a lot of time by myself with headphones on, I listen to a shit ton of music. But even I sometimes get bored with my Itunes favorites and Spotify playlist.

This happened last week so I decided to browse the music section of the Nasty Gal blogΒ and came across this podcast recorded at last months FYF fest.

It is a super fun collection of interviews with artist performing at the fest with their music sprinkled throughout the pod. Β 
I became a fan of pretty much everyone featured but Mac Demarco was the standout.Β 
If you listen to his interview he kind of seems like an asshole but then they played one of his best tracks “Let My Baby Stay” and I became an instant fan.

He describes his music as “jizzy jazz”, others have described it as “blue wave” or “slacker rock” and certaintly there are songs that fit the latter descriptions. “Salad Days” comes to mind.

But I don’t think those descriptions do his sound justice.Β 

"Chamber of Reflection" could be on the soundtrack to the opening of a blaxpolitation film.

And the acoustic version of “Only You” from last years Live & Acoustic Vol. 1 is as beautiful and haunting as it gets.

There are currently 3 Mac Demarco albums on Spotify and he’s been Pitchforks Best New Music twice so I’m pretty late to this obsession but better late than never.

Mac Demarco, I am currently obsessed.