No work, no food still eatin’ off paper plates
Banana clip is a paper weight, paper mate

amazing sample

Chiptune is a gimmicky genre in the sense that, more often than not, the specific sounds used to make the music are built for nostalgia purposes rather than ingenuity. Stuff like this is hard for me to parse — do I like it because it’s chiptune jazz, or do I hate it because it sounds like Donkey Kong (GB)? A little of both.

Check out PROTODOME on bandcamp, it’s worth a listen if you like game boys


 All You’re Waiting For (feat. Nancy Whang) - Classixx

(via lcdspaceman)

Pokémon Red & Blue - Route 4

on a chiptune kick so have a classic


i appreciate the follows you are all wonderful :^)

LCD Soundsystem - Movement

(Source: thetomlynn, via get-innocuous)

Deathly The Dog - Parasite

LCD Soundsystem - Freak Out / Starry Eyes

LCD Soundsystem - 45:33 (Padded Cell Remix)

My Roots Are Strong And Deep by The Microphones

(Source: ceylans, via thenoodledrap)

hot diggity daffodil

(via thenoodledrap)

the monarch and i have a lot in common. we both like depeche mode

(Source: modcat, via ghostofside3)

Guerilla Toss - Operate

abrasive grrrl punk. think le tigre but more screeching


Crying’s LFS sessions are too frickin’ good ⊟

Seriously, what the frick, y’all. How does this sound so good. How is it that a year after Get Olde released, I’m still looping these songs 2-3 times a day.

Years ago, maybe ten of them even, when I had the time and fewer important things that demanded my attention, I’d spend hours searching for live variations of songs I loved, or applying wonky Winamp filters, all so I could find new ways to enjoy those tracks. I fell out of that quirk, but these new sessions from OHNOIMLATEFORSCHOOL has brought that experience back for me. You can her the uncertainty and concern so much more in the vocals of this version, versus the original release.

If you missed it, you can also hear Crying cover CHVRCHES’ “The Mother We Share” here. There’s also a video of the band performing our podcast’s theme song “ES”!


(via wearecrying)