Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Boss Stuff on the Interwebs: Wednesday Links 17/11/10

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Everyone likes a link day. You get a lot to read, and I have next to nothing to write. A win-win situation for all of us avoiding work.

This week:
  • Can't stand hearing a favourite song in a commercial? Me either. It's not that I'm a pretentious dick, it's that the next time I put on, say,  Morning Benders, I'm going to think of goddam Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.  And also, I'm a pretentious dick.  Music for Kids Who Can't Read Good does a roundup of our latest beloved songs to be ruined by commercials (though somehow misses this Edward Sharpe sale which all but broke my heart)

  • A Rolling Stones Monopoly exists and there is no way I can describe it as well as this guy, so just head on over to Electric Comic Book and have a laugh there. 

  • Want to see Small Black make haunting videos in a gorgeous, abandoned NYC building? Of course you do. And The Gothamist  knows it

  • Hard Candy Music gets some studio footage to go with the first track from the upcoming Adele album. Actual video out in December.

  • Hipster Tracks:  What's that? You're not gonna click because of the name? That just makes you more of a hipster, you know.

  •  Fell In Love With A Drummer claims to have a "french, new-wave Bob Dylan" from the vault? Sure, why not. Bonus points for the "Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity" reference.

  • Girls' upcoming Broken Dreams Club gets a solid 9.0/10.0 review from Obscure Sound. And they don't give those nines out  to everybody.  Just most people.

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