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mindstripper:

Flaming Lips cover of Tame Impala’s Elephant

mightyflynn:

Gomez vs. McCann
September 25, 2013
Turner Field
Atlanta, Georgia
Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images North America

mightyflynn:

Gomez vs. McCann

September 25, 2013

Turner Field

Atlanta, Georgia

Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images North America

chicagocubs:

Check out the winning “Wrigley Field Turns 100” logo design, unveiled during today’s pregame ceremony. The Wrigley Field 100th logo will be featured as a patch on the team’s home uniforms next season and on collectible promotional items, memorabilia and commemorative baseballs.

chicagocubs:

Check out the winning “Wrigley Field Turns 100” logo design, unveiled during today’s pregame ceremony. The Wrigley Field 100th logo will be featured as a patch on the team’s home uniforms next season and on collectible promotional items, memorabilia and commemorative baseballs.

oldtimefamilybaseball:

One tee-shirt, seven (apparently randomly placed) logos. 
You remember those video games that had to be taken off the shelves in the 90s because they were giving kids epileptic seizures? This is the tee-shirt version of that. 

oldtimefamilybaseball:

One tee-shirt, seven (apparently randomly placed) logos. 

You remember those video games that had to be taken off the shelves in the 90s because they were giving kids epileptic seizures? This is the tee-shirt version of that. 

soundboard:

Arcade Fire - Reflektor

Last night (9/9 at 9pm), Arcade Fire unveiled the video for their first single off of their upcoming album. Produced by James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and DFA Records fame, the album, also titled Reflektor, is set to grace our ears on October 28th. Murphy had the following to say about the presumed double album: “It sounds like Arcade Fire in the way that only Arcade Fire sound like Arcade Fire, you know? It’s really fucking epic. Seriously. I mean, I feel at this point like I’m too close to it to really talk it up and do it justice. You know?”

From the first single, I understand what he’s getting at. The song has frontman Win Butler, ever the aesthete, grappling with personal identity and its large implications in projecting it onto art. What he sees is unsatisfactory and ephemeral. It’s ultimately a solitary pursuit, which is interesting given the juxtaposed intention of this song to be shared and listened to in groups. Reflektor is more dance-oriented without forgoing the grandiose Arcade Fire sound that they’ve carefully curated over three simply prolific LPs. It’s incredibly deep, and easily one of my favorite tracks of the year. I’ve got the 28th circled on my calendar. Oh, and don’t miss the short guest vocals from David Bowie starting around the 4:55 mark.
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