Bloggers Say the Darndest Things: Links From Linkletter
It's been a while since I threw up some links and who better to link than Linkletter, a man so god-body at linking that he named himself after it.
Joey drops some new Common songs, gives a typically trenchant analysis into Hansel, I mean male model, Lonnie Lynn's future (on another note, what it does it say about me, that I actually like Electric Circus despite the fact that Common recorded it after tripping on Acid while repelling down Mt. Vesuvius.
Stylus senior writer Dom Passantino is a genius and you really need to check out his new blog. If you read The Passion you'll probably like his site, considering his, I Hate You Too, Bitch is smarter, meaner, and more oozing with dry British wit. Read his 10 Most Fucked Up/Parent-Pop Star Relationships and call me in the morning.
Berkeley Place gets all hippie on us and drops some Grateful Dead covers A to Z
Crimenotes of Cole Slaw Blog writes a literary analysis of the Wrestlemania III Match between King Kong Bundy, Hillbilly Jim, The Haiti Kid, and Little Tokyo. Needless to say, it's the best thing to have never ran on McSweeney's.
Noz nails why Kanye West is not the new Primo.
Dave from The Rawking Refuses to Stop was at the Sea and Cake show this weekend and snapped some cool photos and posted an MP3. He's also right that the band's new record, Everybody keeps getting better the more you hear it.
The Bar Mitzvah Mixtape Courtesy of Skinny Slim of Just Sayin' and the team at Can I Bring My Gat (left-click)
Fresh Cherries From Yakima takes a closer look at Nas' "Second Childhood" from Stillmatic.