I’ve seen a lot of brain-cell-killing stuff online today, but seeing someone compare a tone deaf EDM remix to Debussy takes the cake.
According to an alarming number of people commenting on articles regarding proper grammar, if you don’t support the devolution of language resulting from simple ignorance and/or laziness, you are racist, classist, and homophobic…yet another reminder not to read comment sections.
Here in the fattest country in the world, it costs more to buy “low fat” products. How about making the “low fat” the “regular” version, and charging more for a “high fat” version, thus giving people an incentive to buy even slightly healthier products and possibly decrease their obesity-related healthcare costs? Yeah, didn’t think so.
How many downloads does it take to get on the iTunes Blues chart? Help me find out. Skip that candy bar at the gas station, and grab yourself a song from an independent artist, instead!
My Nina Simone / Jeff Buckley cover is currently processing on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and many more outlets. Available soon!
Performance, recording, mixing, and cover design by me. Cover photo by my wonderful girlfriend, Bella Harris.
Written by Andy Stroud as “Be My Husband” for Nina Simone’s Pastel Blues album in 1965. Retitled as “Be Your Husband” and covered by Jeff Buckley on Live at Sin-é in 2003.