Hear 17 Fleetwood Mac covers by an impressive cross-section of talent, including The New Pornographers, Antony Hegarty, Best Coast, Lykke Li, Washed Out, MGMT, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, St. Vincent, The Kills, Tame Impala and more.
British Teddy Girl, 1955 Teddy Boy (also known as Ted) is a British subculture typified by young men wearing clothes that were partly inspired by the styles worn by dandies in the Edwardian period, styles which Savile Row tailors had attempted to re-introduce in Britain after World War II. The subculture started in London in the 1950s, and rapidly spread across the UK, soon becoming strongly associated with American rock and roll. Originally known as Cosh Boys, the name Teddy Boy was coined when a 1953 Daily Express newspaper headline shortened Edward to Teddy.
Here is an article by Emily White, a self-proclaimed music junkie, future industry worker, and a current intern at NPR. Emily writes about how she grew up in the age of the internet revolution, where she really never had to pay for music. [I Never Owned Any Music To Begin With]
Btw, a little movie that Producer Kat Ogden, and Actors Scott Brown and Clancy Bundy from Transolar Galactica were in just happened to come out in theaters yesterday. Little thing called Safety Not Guaranteed, with Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass, and Kristen Bell.
Satires are amazing. And I don’t want to hear any shit from anyone about this being racist. It’s not hipster racism. It’s a satire. It’s meant to be this way. I haven’t been excited about a film since Somedays Are Better Than Others.
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In Lynn Shelton’s latest movie Your Sister’s Sister, Iris (Emily Blunt) invites her best friend Jack to her family’s vacation home after a death in his family. Unbeknownst to him, Iris’ sister Hannah (Rosemary DeWitt, left) is already there, in the hopes of getting over a breakup.