Philip Seymour Hoffman is 100% on his grizzy. This isn't what you're expecting.
This is his 12-minute cover, in two acts, of Blink 182's "Josie" - a classic, if you ask me.
But nobody asked.
Thought this was a little cheesy (with his multiple hail marys)
but then when he calls out "swag" to the audience and they respond,
his smile is definitely genuine. This is a fucked up, fascinating phenomenon.
I apologize for the lack of substance on this blog,
but I've got extra ADD lately, so just vibe with it.
Remember when Will.i.am didn't paint his face black and make horrible music?
Me neither, but here's some evidence of this time existing.
Still have no words for this.
I... think I like it? I.. just don't know.
Should I apologize for the inconsistency in taste on this blog?
I don't think so. I think the way we're evolving as listeners, for the most part, inconsistency is key.
My brain needs to hear some Max B, some Hudson Mohawke, and some Sam Cooke in the same sitting,
or I'm not going to be a happy camper.
Here's something for fans of The Microphones or Twilight Sad.
I've always got a place in my heart for serene and scarce music,
despite how much ignorant shit fills up my Itunes playlist.
Just got back from Pop Montreal festivities which went on all this week.
Here's my theme for the whole week, which was played a lot during everyone's time there.
I also got the chance to see Lunice perform, which is recommended if you're ever able to.
He's #based in Montreal, but is really only going to blow up more and more from this point,
so I'm sure the opportunity will come easier with time, if you're so inclined, which you should be.
If you're a Lil' B fan, it's mandatory.
Here's some footage.