Episode 15: C4 +/- 18

Episode 15: C4 +/- 18 or (C418’s Now What Blind Spots + The Six Million Dollar Sandwich Now The Dead Texan - Crestfallen Castles Not In Crystal Love)

In our 15th episode of #5huffle Dominic tells Jarid about his love for lost art of Yo-Yoing, the duo realize that life is Tetris, they develop yet another genre: Couldhavebeencore, and discuss this week’s tracks.

Episode 15's Tracks:

Now What? - Jerry Martin
Blind Spot - C418
The Six Million Dollar Sandwich - The Dead Texan
Not in Love - Crystal Castles feat. Robert Smith
Crestfallen - +/-

Episode 15's Playlist:

Music Used In This Episode:

ambient 1 (Slowed Down) - Geodesy
ambient 2 (Slowed Down) - Geodesy
ambient 3 (Slowed Down) - Geodesy
ambient 4 (Slowed Down) - Geodesy
ambient 5 (Slowed Down) - Geodesy

Geodesy's music can be purchased here

Breastfeeding Juggalette Feels The Bern

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Scott Marsh's Kanye West Mural

Kanye West, The National, and Mumford and Sons Collaboration Album: Metamorphoses

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Metamorphoses has the potential to break down our preconceptions of the voices of creativity, what different people around the world are thinking and who has the right to be heard. In my own life, I’ve experienced people trying to define me and put me in boxes and categories. Through collaboration we can show people how those lines can be blurred and are ultimately redundant. The artists involved in this project are some of the most genuine artists the world has to offer. Artists like Kanye West, and The National are doing something globally important that is touching people down to their DNA. And these masterfully creative people are going to be interpreting incredible submissions from people across the globe. It has been a joy reading all of the submissions we received over the past six months. I’m truly excited to see what we will create together.
— Ben Lovett, of Mumford and Sons

Morrissey is Seriously Considering Running for Mayor of London

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Animal welfare groups cannot persist simply in order to continue to persist. There must be a governmental voice against the hellish and archaic social injustice allotted to animals in the United Kingdom simply because those animals do not speak English, otherwise millions of very caring citizens are greatly concerned about issues that no one is able to do anything about. What animal protectionists need to say is very well worth saying and well worth hearing. But we cannot just sit around waiting for establishment enlightenment. The sanctimonious disaster of animal agriculture cannot be allowed to go on forever, because its widespread impact is hellish. Animals in dairy farms and abattoirs are very eager not to die, yet their bodies are torn apart whilst still alive as they are strapped beneath a blade. No outcome can justify this, and we cannot be happy with a society that allows it to happen, because such a society without compassion goes nowhere. The abattoir is the modern continuation of the Nazi concentration camp, and if you are a part of the milk-drinking population, then you condone systems of torture. There is no such thing as humane slaughter, and if you believe that there is, then why not experience it for yourself? If animal serial killer Jamie Oliver feels so passionate about including ‘kid meat’ (young goat) into the human diet, would he consider putting forth one of his own kids (children) for general consumption? If not, why not? What makes such people have absolutely no forgiveness towards animals? What hate drives them? The meat industry, after all, shows no compassion towards the planet, towards climate change, towards animals, towards human health. It is diabolically contrived and is the world’s number one problem. It is also the number one issue stifled from any political debate, which, if anything, highlights its importance. The slaughterhouse effectively means that none of us are safe. Just investigate the appalling effects of meat production on our climate, environment, fields, forests, lakes, streams, seas, air and space. Your eyes will pop. No bigger global disaster could possibly be devised. Social justice for animals is not much to demand, because we are only asking humans to think rationally and with heart, even if being unable to hunt foxes and shoot birds would leave the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family with nothing else to do.
— Morrissey

Grimes and Stella McCartney Collaborate on Perfume Campaign

Rumored Jack White Singles Found in Furniture

Recently Third Man Records has been made aware of the discovery of two different copies found by two separate individuals of the 2nd single by the Upholsterers. This duo, comprising of actual upholsterers Jack White and Brian Muldoon, pressed 100 copies of this single and proceeded to hide them in furniture being reupholstered by Muldoon in 2004, in celebration of his 25th year in the business. In celebration of these discoveries, Third Man would like to share with everyone the cover art for this single, done by noted Detroit artist Gordon Newton.
— Third Man Records

Gene Simmons Is Looking Forward to the Death of Rap

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Talib Kweli's Response to Gene Simmons

The Syrup Trap: Obama Draws Criticism for Kickflipping Over Nancy Regan's Grave

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The Jezebel Spirit - Brian Eno & David Byrne (Off "My Life in the Bush of Ghosts")

By the Wall - Tomáš Dvořák (Off "Machinarium Soundtrack)

The Sims: Jerry Martin's Unfinished Simphony

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Gymnopédie No. 1 - Erik Satie

Requiem for Dying Mothers, Part 2 - Stars of the Lid (off "The Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid")

Sock 4: Sock Lops - David Firth

She-Ra Opening Theme

Not In Love - Platinum Blonde

All of This - Blink 182 feat. Robert Smith