Lil Wayne has released a song that was created to be a sequel to the Eminem song "Stan." It's decidedly a much more beautiful and benevolent song than the Eminem song, seeing as how nobody kills themselves at the end, but is rapped in the form of a letter he writes to a girl named Anne. Great song. Free song. This will NOT be included in Tha Carter IV, so get it now.
Last week gave us the debut of one of my new favorite bands. I've been tracking them for a while, but this album really stuck the nail on the head. You should reaaally check this badboy out. It's full of sweet indie melodies that both rock and swoon and you're left with a feeling of happiness, even on the saddest rhymes. It's really a great listen.
After a long wait, and the beginning of an indefinite hiatus from two of our members (Dakota and Anthony) due to scheduling and other life issues, Kieran Newton is back for the 8th episode of Sonic Opus. We're happy with the recording, and we hope you enjoy the podcast.
If you enjoyed the intro to Sonic Opus #7, you may want to hear the full remix. Completely free, with no charge whatsoever, here is Pure Imaginationality, with samplings from artists like, Best Coast, Gene Wilder, Avey Tare, Atlas Sound, AIR, and Boards of Canada. ENNNjoy.
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