Archive for December 22nd, 2008


New! Peter, Bjorn, and John – (Hey) Shut The Fuck Up Boy!

A while ago I posted that ridiculous video from Peter, Bjorn, and John that they made to promote their upcoming album. Well, here is the song from that album, tentatively titled “(Hey) Shut The Fuck Up Boy”. It’s actually a really cool song, and I dig it. I think they should name their next album Peanut Butter and Jelly. Uh, gotta go.

Peter Bjorn and John – “(Hey) Shut The Fuck Up Boy”


New! Dj Drama ft. Akon, Snoop Dogg, and T.I. – Day Dreaming

New one with Akon, Snoop, and T.I. It’s the first single from Drama’s Gangsta Grillz The Album 2. This one’s produced by Drumma Boy. Shouts to OnSmash.

DJ Drama ft Akon, Snoop Dogg, T.I. – Day Dreaming

Looks like it’s been taken down. That was quick. But for all of you that come here and click things and they aren’t there… come here more often!! I post up shit while it’s fresh and sometimes it won’t be up for long.


New! Flo Rida – Right Round

Here’s some new Flo Rida. I don’t know very much about it yet, but it’s catchy as shit and it’s derived from Dead or Alive’s “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)”. Saw it at Mossip.

Flo Rida – Right Round


P&P End of the Year Mix (Not hip-hop)

Here is the Pigeons and Planes end of the year mixtape for music outside of the hip hop genre. Again, this isn’t a best of. Just some of the music that comes to mind when I think of 2008.

For me, the year was full of skepticism. After giving up on some of the over hyped bands of the past (e.g. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah) I found it hard to trust the hype behind some of this year’s newcomers. 2008 is almost over and after months of having it shoved in my face, I still don’t find any value in No Age. I really wanted to like these guys. Oh well, there’s always 2009.

Instead, I’ve focused more on easy-to-digest music that incorporates elements of music such as melody and rhythm. I’ve become much more open to straight up pop music this year thanks to acts like Lykke Li who have penned pop hits that still maintain a certain weirdness to which I’ve always been attracted. Santogold and TV on the Radio both kept things interesting by drawing from all spectrums of musical styles and maintaining a distinctive sound.

Then there were bands that blew me away with great songwriting. Bon Iver, Vampire Weekend, and Fleet Foxes all put together albums that are full of timeless songs that burrowed into my head and became a part of my every day life. If you were to listen to any of my mixes from 2008 it would probably be all over the place like this one. More than ever, I really have no preference in style. A great song is a great song, whether it’s done with an acoustic, electric, or some synths and a computer. As long as it sounds good.

1. Lykke Li -Dance Dance Dance

2. Santogold – L.E.S. Artistes
3. MGMT – Time To Pretend
4. The Killers – Spaceman
5. Does It Offend You, Yeah? – With A Heavy Heart
6. Kings Of Leon – Sex On Fire (Taken down by request)
7. John Legend – Floating Away
8. Chester French – She Loves Everybody
9. Beck – Gamma Ray
10. Wavves – So Bored
11. Vivian Girls – Where Do You Run To
12. The Kills – Tape Song
13. The Crystal Castles – Crimewave
14. Hot Chip – Ready For The Floor
15. Erykah Badu – The Healer
16. The Notwist – Boneless
17. The Mountain Goats – Sax Rohmer #1
18. Fleet Foxes – Your Protector
19. Bon Iver – Skinny Love


New! Christmas with Sean Paul! "Home Alone"!

What’s some of the craziest shit you can think of for a Christmas song? How about put a 3 verse Christmas-themed Sean Paul freestyle over the music from Home Alone remixed by Cookin Soul? And make it sound pretty dope. Yeah. Pretty wild. Check it out. I wanna hear Weezy over the Transiberian Orchestra next.

Sean Paul – Home Alone (Prod. Cookin Soul)