Archive for August 14th, 2017

M83 – Do It, Try It (David Wilson Video)

M83 – Do It, Try It video by David Wilson.

Following the video’s premiere at Sundance Next Fest it is now available to watch online.

The track is taken from M83’s seventh studio album Junk, available to buy & stream now:
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Best Play of Every NBA Team From the 2016-2017 Season

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The Problem With Confederate Monuments

Towns across the American south are reckoning with whether or not to tear down Confederate statues in public spaces. For New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, taking down the monuments felt like a necessity, despite the tension it brought forth in his city. “I didn’t start the problems with race in this country, but I did force the people of New Orleans to confront them,” Landrieu reflected in in this short interview at the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival.

Maggie Rogers: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Stephen Thompson | August 7, 2017 — Maggie Rogers became a viral star on the strength of a video in which Pharrell Williams raves about a demo of what’s become her signature song, “Alaska.” Since then, Rogers has signed a label deal, toured extensively and released a sweetly approachable, inventively arranged EP called Now That The Light Is Fading.

For her Tiny Desk debut, Rogers performed all three of the EP’s best-known songs, opening with the recent singles “On + Offand “Dog Years,” the latter of which she calls “a song for all the pups.” Then, after dismissing her band, she treated us to a few warm words about public radio before introducing “Alaska” — a song whose buoyantly clever arrangement translates beautifully to the solo acoustic treatment she gives it here. She needn’t have buttered us up; we were already all in.

Now That The Light Is Fading is available now.


“On + Off
“Dog Years”


Maggie Rogers (vocals, guitar); Grant Zubritsky (bass, synth); Alan Markley (keys); Dana LaMarca (drums).


Producers: Bob Boilen, Niki Walker, Morgan Noelle Smith; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Tsering Bista, Kara Frame; PA: Jenna Li; Photo: Liam James Doyle/NPR.

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Video of Kessler getting punched at the beginning of the conference

UniteTheRIght organizer Jason Kessler getting punched by a bystander during a press conference in front of Charlottesville, VA – City Hall

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Jason Kessler, the organizer of the Unite The Right rally, attempted to hold a press conference in front of Charlottesville City Hall Sunday at 2 p.m.

Kessler began to speak but was quickly drowned out by the crowd chanting ‘say her name’ and yelling at him. Members of the crowd attacked and punched Kessler. The crowd swarmed the podium and Kessler ran away.

The crowd followed him up the street to the police department. Police separated him from the protesters and escorted him into police headquarters.

President Donald Trump Condemns Charlottesville Days After Giving Original Statement | TIME

President Trump give statement on current events in the United States amid Charlottesville controversy.
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