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10 Songs: Saturday, July 19th, 2014

Danny Brown: Purified

Danny Brown: Purified

1. 25 Bucks (feat Purity Rings) – Danny Brown – When it comes to ands like electronic duo Purity Rings I really show my age Dark Horse – Kidz Bop because they bore me to tears even though they have a gorgeous moodiness to them and if you want to hear them, the company of Danny Brown is where to do it – B+

2. Zigzagging Toward The Light – Conor Oberst – “Oh how the circumstances change, this world is smoke and steam, compromise and metermaids” or how Conor fell into his epitaph – A

3. So Now What – The Shins – Were these guys ever any good? Feels like a long time ago if they were – C-

4. You’re Still A Mystery – Bleachers – So now we know, Jack Antonoff brought the hooks to fun, this weird African meets indie song is a winner. – B+

5. Who Wouldn’t Wanna be Me – Keith Urban – I think I can answer that, if it’s cool I mean – B

6. One Of My Kind – Conor Oberst – Have you seen the movie, where he has the lyric written in a spiral notebook and he’s sitting on a bed with an acoustic guitar singing it? Better than this arrangement which kinda sucks but the song is still kinda killer

7. Dark horse – Kidz Bop Kids – What I like about KBK is how they cut straight to the hook – B

8. Rollercoaster – Bleachers – This may be the best song of the year, maybe, could be – A

9. Roar – Katy Perry – It works better live

10. Boom Clap – Charlie XCX – Hmmm, I thought this might break her solo but apparently not – B


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