Visto describes a particularly amorous lovemaking session that ends up "on the kitchen sink."
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The attendees of Sweetgreen's Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday were not daunted by the threat of rain. With a lineup that included Fitz and the Tantrums' blue-eyed soul, Explosions in the Sky's hypnotic post-rock, U.S. Royalty's cock-rock, Kid Cudi's sensitive-dude hip-hop, and Avicii's glittery EDM, there was a little something for everyone across the [...]
Salad chain Sweetgreen's third annual Sweetlife Festival—its second at Merriweather Post Pavillion—takes places this Saturday, and the event's organizers have just revealed the hour-to-hour schedule. So: some advice! Straightahead indie fans will have to make some hard choices, seeing as The Shins' mainstage set overlaps with Zola Jesus' and Twin Shadow's in the Treehouse (Sweetlife's second [...]
If you can make a mean salad, you can make a rock festival: The Sweetgreen salad chain's annual Sweetlife Festival is back April 28 for the third year. Headlining the daylong concert at Merriweather Post Pavillion? Avicii, the 22-year-old Swedish house producer and DJ who's the same age, I'd wager, as the average Sweetlife attendee. [...]
Right away, it's easy to see something's bothering Kid Cudi on Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager. There's the Cleveland native's troubled slouch on the album cover, and his drab reflections throughout the recording. He's crying for an intervention.
But just as suddenly, Cudi shrugs you off with nonchalant arrogance, and you realize that [...]
Say what you will about Wale, but you can't help but appreciate his work ethic and unintended flair for the dramatic.
In August, the D.C. rap ambassador released his anticipated More About Nothing mixtape, which garnered mixed reviews from fans and pundits.
Then, Wale encountered surprising criticism from estranged friend Kid Cudi, who was offended by a [...]
Good morning, snowed-in readers.
*The 2010 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival line-up was announced yesterday over a painstakingly long unveiling process. Some of the artists for the four-day Tennessee-based festival include: Kings of Leon (the first band to go from a tent stage to a headliner), Dave Matthews Band, Phoenix, Jay-Z, Norah Jones, The xx, Stevie [...]
Morning, y'all! Pep-pep's back, after an extended leave of absence, and he's ready to link your mind! For starters, WaPo runs yet another Facebook article; this time, there's a news peg on which to hang your irritation. Also, the Boston Globe really demonstrates its reach by patting the shit out of its own back: The [...]
Neon Indian: "Should Have Taken Acid With You"
Houston, Texas/Brooklyn, New York's Neon Indian waxes nostalgic about a missed opportunity to experience romance whilst getting experienced. The music–Daft Punk-style dance pop rendered with bargain bin synthesizers–suggests that he eventually found another opportunity to drop out. But that doesn't make this moody gem any less affecting.
Grizzly Bear: "Cheerleader"
Who are we kidding—everybody and their mother has already downloaded Grizzly Bear's new album Veckatimest, which leaked a few weeks ago, in its entirety. So, it would seem that any official posting of the record's first single, "Cheerleader", is sort of a day late and a dollar short. But "Cheerleader," with its [...]