I'll be sticking pins in your head, like a fucking curse.
oh, wait. I mean...
first things first: I finally got my hands on the new Busdriver
album. it's called Jhelli Beam. it was released today. it is,
without a doubt, one of the best albums of the year. that's right,
featuring production by the likes of Daedelus, NoBody, Omid, and
Nosaj Thing, the beats are top notch. there are guest emcee spots
by Mykah 9 & Nocando, and appearances from Nick T. (of The Unicorns/Islands) and John Dietrich (of Deerhoof). if you are a fan of underground hip hop or are looking for a reason to not dislike "rap", you need this album. opening track 'Split Seconds (Between Nannies And Swamis)' could very well be my nomination for song of the year.
I would also like to share, with my usual fawning admiration, some new
Eugene Mirman material. this time, it's a youtube clip of the beloved