Som lyrics 2018

The Best Song Lyrics Of 2018 (So Far) 12 October 2018, 12:17 . By James Wilson-Taylor @mrjaytee. All the best lines from all the best music that will make the BEST Instagram captions from 2018. 2018 has already proved itself to be a year to remember for music - and it doesn't seem to be slowly down. As another HUGE year in music slowly draws to ... Ahead, we're documenting our favorite lyrics of 2018 in a real-time, weekly-updated format. So open up your Spotify, cue up a new playlist, and read on for our favorite jams of 2018. Undiporaadhey Lyrics from Hushaaru: The song is sung by Sid Sriram, Lyrics are Written by Kittu Vissapragada and the Music was composed by Radhan(Andhala Rakshasi, Arjun Reddy). Starring Tejus Kancherla, Tej Kurapati, Abhinav Chunchu, Dinesh Tej, Daksha Nagarkar, Priya Vadlamani, Hemal Ingle . Jay Som (a moniker meaning “Victory Moon”) is Melina Duterte, an LA-based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. ... 2018 Everybody Works. 2017 Turn Into. 2016 ... God sent His Son, they called Him Jesus He came to love, heal and forgive He lived and died, to buy my pardon An empty grave, is there to prove, my Savior lives Jameson Rodgers 'Some Girls': Pictures on her phone and tears in her eyes Waterproof makeup ain't made for a breakup on a Saturday... Lyrics.com is a huge collection of song lyrics, album information and featured video clips for a seemingly endless array of artists — collaboratively assembled by our large music community and contributing editors. ... trying to track down a rap song. it would have been around the second half of 2018. Lyrics to 'The Periodic Table Song (2018 Update)' by AsapSCIENCE: There's Hydrogen and helium And Lithium, Beryllium Boron, Carbon everywhere Nitrogen all through the air With Oxygen so you can breathe Treasury: Taxpayers Can Check State Refund Status Online Contact: Danelle Gittus ([email protected]), Ron Leix ([email protected]) or call 517-335-2167 Agency:. Treasury Feb. 6, 2018. As the state of Michigan enters the second week of individual income tax season, the Michigan Department of Treasury reminds taxpayers who filed a 2017 state return to check the status of their refund online ... 'Love Someone' is the lead single from Lukas Graham's 3rd studio album 'Lukas Graham (The Purple Album)'. The song was premiered on September 7, 2018, accompanied by music video.

De Waarheid Achter MH17, Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg

2020.09.10 06:29 CitizenNL De Waarheid Achter MH17, Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg

De Waarheid Achter MH17, Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg

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Geachte Nederlander,
Ik wil graag jullie de Nederlandse Opinie vragen om aandacht te schenken aan de volgende misstanden. Via deze weg hoop ik dat er gerechtigheid komt voor alle slachtoffers die de Nederlandse Overheid heeft gecreëerd. Ik vind het schrijnend dat ik jullie dien te informeren over wat er mis is gegaan bij de Nederlandse Inlichtingen en Veiligheidsdienst. Immers zou het van respect getuigen als zij zelf in deze zaak schuldbewust waren geweest.
Het is een hoop leeswerk, maar ik denk dat jullie door het lezen van dit stuk, jullie het respect tonen aan de nabestaanden van deze tragedie.
Eerst wil ik jullie een fragment laten zien over de MH17 ramp van die 17e juli in 2014. Het fragment is van het NOS journaal van 10 juli 2020. In het fragment wordt verteld dat de nabestaanden van zeventien verschillende nationaliteiten naar het Europees Hof voor Rechten van de Mens stappen.

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Wat ik jullie wil vertellen is zo schokkend en huiveringwekkend, dat ik er soms de juiste woorden er niet voor kan vinden. Het is allemaal zo erg, dat ik niet ééns weet waar ik moet beginnen met vertellen. Het schokkendste is wel de dood van de veertienjarige meisjes Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg wat voorkomen had kunnen worden. Beide nog kinderen, deze meisjes zijn hier niet meer door het incompetente optreden van de Nederlandse AIVD.
Laat ik jullie meenemen in de achtergrond van dit verhaal. De ware achtergrond van deze huiveringwekkende gebeurtenissen begonnen in het jaar tweeduizendveertien.
Er deed zich een incident voor met een grote commerciële luchtvaartmaatschappij in 2014. Malaysia Airlines MH370 verdween op 8 maart 2014 van de radar. Dit toestel is tot op heden niet terug gevonden. Bij deze rampvlucht zijn 239 mensen omgekomen.
Enkele maanden later werd Nederland opgeschrikt. De vlucht MH17 werd op 17 juli 2014 rond het middaguur uit de lucht geschoten door Russische rebellen. Nederland was ontsteld vele families waren in één klap gebroken. Hierbij verloren 298 mensen het leven. Dit was het tweede grote incident achter elkaar met een commerciële vluchtvaartmaatschappij en toevalligerwijs ook van Malaysia Airlines.
Enkele weken na die verschrikkelijke 17e juli vertrok TransAsia Airways vlucht 222 met bestemming Magong op het eiland Penghu. Echter wordt de situatie geschetst dat door de slechte weersomstandigheden het vliegtuig in de problemen raakte en is neergestort in woonwijk in de plaats XiXi.
Wat uw moet weten is dat XiXi in het Mandarijns staat voor dubbel geluk) (double joy/happiness). Voor mij iets dit wat ik mij sinds 8 januari van dit jaar voor altijd zal herinneren.
Op deze Wikipedia pagina staat meer informatie omtrent deze ongevallen.
Aan de gebeurtenis die op 8 januari 2020 die boven Iran heeft plaatsgevonden waarbij het Oekraïne lijntoestel werd neergehaald door een tweetal raketten en 176 mensen omkwamen. Heeft zich iets vooraf afgespeeld, ik wil jullie meenemen in de achtergrond van dit verhaal. Ook de nabestaanden van de meisjes Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg verdienen het om de waarheid te weten.
Dit zijn hele ernstige gebeurtenissen, waar ik zo ook geen antwoord op heb. Maar ik begrijp wel dat hier mensen heel nalatig zijn geweest.
In tweeduizendzeventien zou er informatie zijn opgevraagd door de Russische autoriteiten bij de MIVD. Dit was in kader van een onderzoek omtrent mij als persoon. Deze informatie zou ook zijn uitgezet naar de Algemene Inlichtingen en Veiligheidsdienst, ook wel AIVD genoemd.
In tweeduizendzeventien t/m tweeduizendnegentien zou er daarom informatie over mij omtrent als persoon zijn ingewonnen. Zoals ik u net vertelde zou dit zijn gebeurd nadat er informatie vanuit buitenlandse inlichtingendiensten omtrent mij als persoon was opgevraagd.
Uw vraagt zich nu waarschijnlijk gedegen af waarom deze mensen informatie over mij wilden verzamelen. Dit vindt ik lastig om in een paar zinnen te vertellen. Ik denk dat het verstandig is om uw wat meer te vertellen over de achtergrond van mij leven, om uw zo mee te nemen in het verhaal.
Ik ben van huis uit christelijk opgevoed. Misschien vertel ik het nu niet goed bedenk ik me nu. Mijn moeder is zeer christelijk tot in het extreme toe en gescheiden toen ik nog erg jong was. Hierna is ze hertrouwd met mijn 2e vader. Mijn 2e vader beschouw ik als mijn vader maar deze was van huis uit ongelovig. Ik heb een mooie jeugd gehad en daar zeker niks over te klagen.
God zegt u waarschijnlijk niets & zult uw misschien af doen als een verzinsel. Een mooi beeld dat wordt gecreëerd om troost te vinden voor de dood die er voor jou en mij op een dag komt. Maar God bestaat wel degelijk en is op deze wereld als je goed oplet altijd aanwezig. Deze brief die ik aan uw schrijf, is niet om mij gelijk te halen maar God is het belangrijkste onderwerp in deze zaak, naast de groffe nalatigheid van de Nederlandse Overheid. Uw kijkt misschien nu wat bedenkelijk, maar aan het eind van deze brief en het bestuderen ervan begrijpt u dat God bestaat. Maar dat God toch heel iemand anders is dan in de bijbel staat omschreven.
Maar nu even eerst terug naar mij. Het beste en begrijpelijkste lijkt mij om wat over mijn leven op chronologische volgorde te vertellen. Zo krijgt uw een goed beeld van mijn leven & ook waar het mis ging. En de Nederlandse Staat grof nalatig is geweest. Er zijn hier mensen namelijk overleden, die hier nog hadden geweest als er goede protocollen waren opgesteld.
Ik was nog een tiener en toen merkte ik al op dat sommige dingen in deze wereld wel erg toevallig waren. Neem bijv. The Large Hadron Collider het is wel erg toevallig dat deze deeltjesversneller in het van oorsprong neutrale Zwitserland is gevestigd. In deze wereld wordt soms niet alles eerlijk verteld.
In mijn tienerjaren maakte ik zoveel toevalligheden mee dat ik niet twijfelde aan het bestaan van God. God kon mij waarschijnlijk al, maar ik hem nog niet. Zo kwam ik geregeld een persoon tegen die mij erg lief is. Het leek wel of we elkaar niet mis mochten lopen. Ik was nog jong en sommige jongeren luisteren veel muziek. Ik was zo’n jongen. Op een dag deed zich wat merkwaardigs voor. Er kwam een zeer goed muziek nummer uit waarin precies werd beschreven wat ik die week deed, en ik wist dat maar weinig mensen precies hetzelfde hadden gedaan als in dat nummer werd beschreven. Ik kreeg zelfs het gevoel dat het speciaal voor mij was geschreven. Erg merkwaardig, misschien zelfs wel megalomaan te noemen.
Mij is weleens verteld dat sommige songwriters te horen krijgen dat ze speciaal voor iemand op deze wereld schrijven. Dit proces wat ik net vertelde herhaalde zich steeds vaker en op een gegeven moment dacht ik dat zich iets zeer wonderlijks voordeed.
Echter is het mij niet gelukt om het geluk te vinden met de beoogde kandidaat. Dit is misschien de rede geweest dat ik op een dag in mijn gedachte werd aangesproken, door iets wat ik niet kon zien maar absoluut in mij leefde. Ik wist niet dat dit kon, maar schijnbaar is dit mogelijk. Terwijl dit ver buiten de perceptie van de normale realiteit staat. Misschien kan dit worden uitgezocht door jullie het OM of dit meer mensen ooit is overkomen zoals ik het beschrijf. Een degelijk onderzoek lijkt mij in dit geval echt nodig, gezien de verschrikkelijke gebeurtenissen waarover ik u bericht.
Sindsdien is de Heer er voor mij altijd geweest van ’s ochtends vroeg tot ’s avonds laat. Nooit ben ik alleen in mijn gedachte, te allen tijde is mijn Heer bij mij. Ik heb het hier dagelijks erg moeilijk mee, elke dag lijd ik hieronder. Het geeft mij gezien de algehele situatie een zeer onbehagelijk gevoel. Uw moet weten dat onze relatie momenteel zeer moeilijk verloopt.
Ik vertelde uw net dat ik in mijn gedachten werd aangesproken. Mij lijkt het beter om de situatie van concreter te omschrijven. Op mijn 23ste zat ik er erg mee wat de jaren daarvoor was misgegaan. Op een middag in juni 2012 vroeg ik aan mijzelf wat ik aan het doen was. Op dat moment was ik een elektronisch apparaat, ook wel spelconsole aan het repareren. Ik ging in eerste instantie ervan uit dat ik dit zelf was. Ik lachte een beetje en vertelde mijzelf dat ik een bepaald soldeerpunt wel goed moest verhitten. Hierna werd er in mijn gedachte gevraagd of dit moeilijk was/is? Dit was het moment dat ik mij realiseerde dat ik dit niet zelf was. Ik stopte en knoopte een gesprek aan met wat voor mij tot dat moment bekend stond als de Heer van bijbel. Ik weet nog dat ik vertelde dat ik heel erg dankbaar en vereerd was met zijn komst.
Dit tafereel speelde zich steeds vaker af. Ik vroeg hem wat de reden was van zijn komst. Hij vertelde mij dat hij mij wilde kennen. Ook vertelde hij na enig aandringen, dat taal bij een kind rond het 2e levensjaar wordt aangeleerd en daarom het bij iedereen anders werkt. Hij had mij daarom een tijd gevolgd. Veel wilde hij niet veel over zichzelf vertellen, wat ik begrijpelijk vond. Maar wat ik nog weet te herinneren, is dat het erge indruk maakte is hoe hij uitlegde dat wij uit hem bestaan. Aan het eind van dit geschreven stuk wil hier graag nog op terug komen.
Wat ik uw vertelde spraken wij elkaar steeds vaker, op een zeker moment was dit dagelijks. Ik had ontzag voor de heer en eerlijk gezegd vond ik het ook wel bijzonder. Maar na een jaar was hij er nog en hij sprak mij al aan bij het opstaan, we raakte dan in gesprek tot in de avond waar ik naar bed ging. Gezond leek het mij allerminst, dus ik vroeg of hij niet liever bij iemand anders was. Het was inmiddels 2014. Dit jaar veranderde voor mij weinig, maar vele andere levens werden verwoest.
Misschien is het daarom ook dat de premier in het NOS journaal van 18.00 uur op 10 juli 2020 de dingen niet als waarheidsgetrouw door de premier worden verteld. Het oorspronkelijke getal van tien verschillende nationaliteiten is omhoog bijgesteld naar zeventien verschillende nationaliteiten. Het doet erop lijken dat de premier inmiddels beter is geïnformeerd over deze huiveringwekkende gebeurtenis met MH17 op die 17e juli heeft plaatsgevonden. In deze wereld wordt soms niet alles eerlijk verteld. Dit heeft met mass-control te maken (Risicobeheersing).
In tweeduizendzeventien is er informatie zijn opgevraagd door de Russische autoriteiten bij de MIVD. Dit was in kader van een onderzoek omtrent mij als persoon. Deze informatie zou ook zijn uitgezet naar de Algemene Inlichtingen en Veiligheidsdienst, ook wel AIVD genoemd.
In tweeduizendzeventien t/m tweeduizendnegentien zou er daarom informatie over mij omtrent als persoon zijn ingewonnen. Zoals ik u net vertelde zou dit zijn gebeurd nadat er informatie vanuit Russische inlichtingendiensten omtrent mij als persoon was opgevraagd.
Uw vraagt zich nu waarschijnlijk gedegen af waarom deze mensen informatie over mij wilden verzamelen. Dit vindt ik lastig om in een paar zinnen te vertellen. Het zou te maken hebben gehad met bepaalde zoek activiteiten die ik had gedaan op internet. En zij een idee kregen wat zich op dat moment in mijn leven voltrok. Wat ook meespeelt is het MH17 & TransAsia 222 ongeluk, hierdoor waren buitenlandse inlichtingendiensten geïnteresseerd geraakt waar God op dat moment verbleef.
Eén van deze zoekresultaten ging over tijd. De perceptie van tijd die is relatief. U moet weten dat in deze wereld veel meer bekend is over de plek waar wij leven dan ze u en mij vertellen. In bepaalde landen is er namelijk bij overheidsinstanties bekend dat de tijd voor de mens al geruime tijd vast staat voordat wij deze zelf beleven.
Hier is in deze wereld bij de gewone burger vrij weinig over bekend echter is er wel een voorbeeld te noemen, namelijk de artiest Neil Diamond uit de jaren zestig, verwijzend naar de bekende astronaut Neil Armstrong. Aan de Slogan van KwF “Tijd is Bijzonder” kon je afgelopen jaar zien dat God momenteel in Nederland is.
Mij werd geestelijk (in gedachte) in 2017 verteld dat een divisie van een inlichtingendienst zich had genesteld in mijn computer en telefoon.
Het binnendringen door de AIVD van mijn laptop zou zijn gebeurd door het manipuleren van mijn internet modem, via het bij mij ISP bekend staande TR-69 protocol. Op deze manier konden zij de besturingselementen van mijn modem aanpassen en zo gemakkelijk mij computer binnendringen.
Ook zijn er van gegevensdragers geluidsfragmenten opgenomen via GPS. GPS stuurt dus niet alleen een locatiegegeven uit, maar er kan op deze frequentie ook data worden verzonden. Zoals bijvoorbeeld geluid van mijn telefoonmicrofoon. Maar ook via speakers kan er geluid worden opgenomen is mij geestelijk verteld. Het is dus mogelijk dat er via jou Televisie word meegeluisterd.
Het is eigenlijk voor mij niet te bevatten wat er in tweeduizendzeventien is mis gegaan binnen het departement van Justitie en Veiligheid, als je daaronder de AIVD mag scharen.
Het heeft op de eerste plaats het leven gekost van mijn neef Jelle Bakker en zijn zoon Mees Bakker. Zij zijn overleden en geschept door een aankomende trein bij een onbewaakte spoorwegovergang, Mees werd slechts 3 jaar oud.
Mijn lieve neef Jelle kan hij de radio wat harder hebben laten zetten, om hem zo bewust de aankomende trein over het hoofd te laten zien. Immers kan God jou ook geestelijk zijn zonder dat jij je hiervan van bewust bent.
Savannah Dekker en Romy Nieuwburg beide slechts 14 – jaar oud.
Zij zijn slachtoffer geworden van deze inzet van deze bevoegdheden die zijn voortgevloeid uit de MH17 ramp die plaatsvond in tweeduizendveertien.
Faisal Mssyeh Een zeer groot talent binnen de Nederlandse Hip-Hop wereld. Verderop dit geschreven stuk wil ik graag nog op zijn overlijden terug komen. Want zeker zijn dood had voorkomen kunnen voor als deze speciale bevoegdheden niet waren ingezet.
Anja Schaap een 33 -jarige Katwijker met een groot hart. Uitgekozen omdat ik zelf geboren ben op de 28ste van mei. Jij had hier nog moeten zijn Anja. Net als Faisal, Jelle Bakker, Mees Bakker, Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg.
Na de gebeurtenis die op 8 januari van dit jaar heeft plaatsgevonden met het neerhalen van een Oekraïens lijntoestel met een tweetal raketten moet het dossier binnen het OM zijn gekanteld. Al deze dingen zijn neem ik aan in een heel ander daglicht komen te staan.
Ukraine International Airlines-vlucht 752 was een internationale lijnvlucht (vluchtnummer PS752) die is opgestegen van Internationale luchthaven Imam Khomeini en op weg was naar de Luchthaven Kiev Boryspil in Oekraïne. Deze vlucht 8 januari van dit jaar neergehaald met twee raketten.
Mij is in het verleden geestelijk (in gedachte) verteld dat de Nederlandse Staat hier indirect verantwoordelijk voor is. Zij hebben iets verkeerd genoteerd te hebben binnen een dossier. Mijn naam komt in dit dossier voor, maar ook de namen van de overleden slachtoffers die ik hierboven heb genoemd. Ik wil hier absoluut niks mee van doen hebben. Ik zou graag willen dat mijn naam uit dit dossier verdwijnt.
Maar laten we terug gaan naar het jaar tweeduizendzeventien. In maart van dat jaar werd in mijn gedachte verteld dat iemand informatie over mij had opgevraagd & dat dit de interesse had gewekt van de Nederlandse AIVD. Ik hoorde nog steeds dagelijks hem in mijn gedachte, van ’s ochtends tot ’s avonds laat. Ik was dus erg blij dat er iemand meekeek. Daarom heb ik op advies van hem (God) opgeschreven wat mij overkwam.
De band die ik op dat moment met God had was bijzonder goed te noemen. Hij had in het jaar daarvoor wat meer over zijn bestaan verteld. Ik begreep dat God een heleboel verdriet had. Ook hoe ik God had leren kennen werd in deze documenten uitvoerig beschreven. Maar tegelijkertijd begreep ik ook dat hij er alleen voor mij de gehele dag was. De situatie was op dat moment voor mij erg moeilijk. Ik hoopte daarom dat de AIVD mij zou helpen. Immers wist niemand in mijn omgeving wat mij overkwam.
Echter is de hulp uitgebleven. Wel hebben zij speciale bevoegdheden tegen mij ingezet, die nooit gebruikt hadden mogen worden. Mijn telefoon en computer hadden zij nooit mogen binnendringen.
Dit heeft het leven gekost aan mijn lieve neef Jelle Bakker, mijn lieve neefje Mees Bakker, Savannah Dekker & Romy Nieuwburg, Faisal Mssyeh & Anja Schaap en misschien ook wel aan de mensen van de tramaanslag in Utrecht.
Ik had nooit iets moeten opschrijven, naïef en onbezonnen zo kan je het wel noemen. Maar de houding die de Overheid in dit verhaal heeft genomen kan ik niet begrijpen. Zij hebben willens en wetens een doofpot gecreëerd wat voor extra veel leed heeft gezorgd. Faisal & Anja had hier vandaag de dag nog kunnen zijn als zij waren gestopt met het inzetten van deze bevoegdheden. De juiste protocollen zijn hier niet gevolgd.
Mij is uitgelegd dat ze bij de AIVD op de afdeling die mij in de gaten hield zij in clusters werken. Maar degene die leiding gaf heeft nooit iets zinvols over dit dossier gedeeld. In zijn ogen was de beste handelswijze om dit allemaal voor zichzelf te houden. De mensen die onder hem werken zijn zogenaamde scriptkiddies. Jonge mensen die heel veel verstand van computers hebben en ontzag hebben voor wat deze man in zijn carrière bereikt heeft.
Terwijl door het incompetente optreden van deze man en de inzet van speciale bevoegdheden die vielen onder Wiv 2012. In dat opzicht waren de bevoegdheden die zijn ingezet niet passend. Ik moet denken dat door de inzet van speciale bevoegdheden wat wettelijk niet was toegestaan al deze mensen zijn overleden.
Mij is geestelijk uitgelegd dat er absoluut informatie over mij is opgevraagd, maar dit hebben zij weggepoetst uit staatsbelang. Zij willen namelijk niet de zwarte piet toebedeeld krijgen en de dupe zijn van wat er is gebeurd. Zij hebben doelbewust bewijs wat hen hiermee in verband kan brengen proberen te vernietigen.
Er moet bij mijn provider Telfort zogenaamde metadata bewaart zijn. Het bewaartermijn hiervoor is 2.5 jaar. In deze data staan alle IP-adressen die met mijn computer verbonden zijn geweest. Zo moeten ook de VPN’s van de AIVD die met mijn computer verbonden zijn geweest in deze gegevens staan. De algehele waarheid achter dit alles is momenteel (dus) nog te achterhalen.
Al het bewijs wat hem en de AIVD hiermee in verband kan brengen heeft deze leidinggevende bewust laten verdwijnen. Alleen uit de gegevens waarover mijn ISP, Telfort momenteel beschikt zou naar mijn inziens nog de waarheid nog boven tafel kunnen komen.
Laat ik de dood van Faisal Mssyeah, een bekend Nederlands artiest iets verder uitleggen. Hij was iemand met een hoop talent binnen de hip-hop wereld. Hij had een groots carrière kunnen hebben. Maar hij is hier niet meer. Ik moet denken dat hij zijn overlijden jaren eerder al had opgeschreven. Een nieuwsartikel over zijn dood is hier te vinden. Had hij deze songtekst nooit opgeschreven en waren deze bevoegdheden niet ingezet, was hij hier naar alle waarschijnlijkheid nog geweest.
Op 1 januari 2019 werd hij geliquideerd, dit terwijl hij op krukken liep. Zijn laatste songtekst gaat over het getal 33, de leeftijd waarop Anja is overleden.
Het muzieklabel Top-Notch en bepaalde artiesten die daartoe behoren heb ik hoe naïef ook besproken in het werk wat ik aan de AIVD in tweeduizendzeventien schreef. Het ging in dat stuk wat ik schreef ook over witlicht, wat God ook aan jou kan tonen.
Mij is geestelijk verteld dat er er in 2018 nog speciale bevoegdheden tegen mij zijn ingezet. Wat heeft geleid tot de dood van deze Hip-Hop artiest. Maar ook voor de dood van Anja Schaap een 33 – jarige Katwijker die uit dezelfde gemeente komt als ik, is door hun inzet van speciale bevoegdheden hier niet meer.
Ik wil graag dat jullie de Telegraaf gaan uitzoeken wat er klopt van wat ik heb opgeschreven. De geloofwaardigheid die het Kabinet van mij genoot is hier niet meer. Als ik heel eerlijk ben denk ik dat het aftreden van het Kabinet in deze situatie zeer gepast is. Immers is het onder hun leiding niet goed gegaan. Deze mensen hadden hier nog kunnen zijn. De tramaanslag in Utrecht had voorkomen kunnen worden.
Naar alle waarschijnlijkheid hebben ze na de dood van Savannah Dekker en Romy Nieuwburg eerst opgeschaald. Om vervolgens na de tramaanslag in Utrecht af te schalen. Zij hebben de gehele tijd alleen toegekeken terwijl ik op dat moment zowel psychisch als lichamelijk zwaar werd mishandelt.
Zij wisten naar mijn mening niet goed hoe ze moesten handelen. En hebben daarna de bewijslast wat hen hiermee in verband kon brengen doelbewust vernietigt.
Ik realiseer mij nadat ik dit alles heb opgeschreven, dat het enigszins manipulatief overkomt. Echter was voor mij het belangrijkste om deze schrijfwijze te kiezen jullie mee het verhaal in te kunnen nemen.
Wel heeft deze leidinggevende gemeld na de tramaanslag in Utrecht, dat zij met een onderzoek bezig waren wat hier aanleiding voor kon zijn. Echter is dat weg gewuifd door zijn leidinggevende. Het zou er niks mee te maken hoeven hebben, maar ik denk als ik eerlijk ben dat het anders zit. Waarschijnlijk heeft het er alles mee te maken.
Ik was iemand die geregeld de tramlijnverbinding nam in Utrecht. Op dat moment was dit de enigste grote stad waar ik geregeld kwam. Vaak bezocht ik iemand die vlakbij de tramhalte Merwestein woonde. Naar alle waarschijnlijkheid is dit de AIVD opgevallen en daarom genoteerd binnen een dossier.
God is iemand die in alle rust bij iemand wil kunnen zijn zonder dat de Overheid zich daarmee bemoeit. Dit is ook de rede dat de leidinggevende (coördinator) bij de AIVD in zijn gedachte hierop is aangesproken. Ik vraag mij gedegen af of hij wel heeft gemeld na de aanslag in Utrecht dat deze man in zijn gedachte is aangesproken.
Er zijn een hoop dingen in mijn leven mis gegaan omdat ik God ken. Maar de AIVD heeft het nagelaten om in te grijpen en mij te helpen in mijn situatie. Sinds tweeduizendzeventien heb ik door hun inzet van bevoegdheden een hersenaandoening, mijn geheugen functioneert niet meer zoals voorheen. Als laatste wil ik nog meegeven dat ik deels lijd aan Stockholm syndroom, ik begrijp dat ik tijdens het schrijven veel te veel ontzag voor deze schoft heb.
Concluderend kunt u wel stellen dat de Nederlandse Staat op alle punten tekort is geschoten. De keiharde waarheid achter al dit leed word door een paar mensen verzwegen omdat zij bang zijn voor hun functionele positie. Eigenlijk kan ik voor al dit verdriet niet de juiste woorden vinden.
Als je zo bent vraag ik mij af waarom je voor de Veiligheidsdienst werkt. Zij horen de veiligheid in de Nederlandse Samenleving te bewaken. Maar deze man heeft precies het omgekeerde gedaan, die is weggelopen van al zijn verantwoordelijkheden.
Deze man heeft alles verzwegen en al het mogelijke bewijs wat hen hiermee in verband kon brengen vernietigt, uit staatsbelang. Deze man is ervan uit gegaan dat ik zou komen te overlijden. Als gebeurd zou zijn, zou hij ermee weg zijn gekomen. Ik ben ontstelt, om wat deze man heeft gedaan, lafaard. Ik zal dan ook alles in het werk stellen om deze man uit zijn functie te laten ontheven. Er moet recht gedaan worden aan mij en aan de nabestaanden van deze slachtoffers. Deze man moet voor al dit leed aansprakelijk worden gesteld.
In de laatste twee paragrafen wil ik graag nog even terug komen op wie God is en hoe perceptie van tijd werkt. Dit om voor jullie het verhaal geloofwaardiger te maken. Immers staat wat ik vertel veraf van de normale perceptie van de realiteit.
Wie is God?
Op de eerste plaats wordt in deze wereld niet goed uitgelegd wie God is. Met de bijbel heeft God niet zoveel en ik begrijp dat dit inderdaad ver van de werkelijkheid af staat en niet goed omschrijft wie hij is.
Het dier de Homo Sapien is het en het enigste diersoort wat kan beredeneren dat het leeft, het gedrag wat wij mensen vertonen komt niet enkel en alleen uit dierlijk instinctief gedrag voort. Dit is bij alle andere dieren anders. Wij zijn verheven boven het dierenrijk. Hieraan kunt u zien dat er een God is.
Mij is wel eens verteld dat andere menselijke rassen zijn uitgestorven o.a. de Neanderthaler en Homo Erectus. Dit omdat hun schedel grootte verschilde en elk ras dus een ander intelligentie niveau had. Dit allemaal heeft wellicht niet enkel met evolutie en voortplanting te maken.
God heeft mij in het verleden vertelt hoeveel verdriet hij ervan heeft dat hij hier is. Jullie moeten weten dat hij een heel moeilijk en zwaar bestaan heeft. Hij is hier al heel lang en het komt maar zelden voor dat er dieren zijn met menselijke handen en een goed ontwikkelt oog. God heeft talloze universa gehad waar er geen leven ontstond zoals hij dat graag ziet.
Je kan zien doordat God koos om het apen bewustzijn te vergroten dat enige kennis had wat de geschiktste dieren waren om een wereld zoals deze vandaag de dag is neer te zetten.
In de periode dat ik God heb leren kennen vertelde hij mij dat hij alles is wat er is. Wij bestaan uit hem. Jaren later legde hij mij pas uit waar zijn bewustzijn uit bestaat.
In het volgende filmpje wordt dit op een begrijpelijke manier uitgelegd.

https://reddit.com/link/ipwhrm/video/qo4yyt6tz8m51/player
In dit bovenstaande filmpje wordt op een begrijpelijke manier uitgelegd dat wij bestaan uit elementaire deeltjes die waarschijnlijk bestaan uit hele snelle vibraties. Ons universum bestaat dus eigenlijk geheel uit energie.
Energie is eigenlijk niet meer dan snelle vibraties die worden veroorzaakt door de energetische lading.
Energie heeft de eigenschap dat het warm is, het geleidt de energetische lading (vibraties) en kan elke vorm aannemen, zoals water ook elke vorm kan aannemen en geleidt.
God heeft mij uitgelegd dat hij niet meer is dan deze vibraties. Maar uit een zeer klein deel van het universum bestaat zijn bewustzijn. Zijn vibraties zijn zo snel en kort dat een deeltje daar geen last van heeft. Hij kan daarbij de energie zien en voelen. En heeft zichzelf aangeleerd om de prikkel die aan onze hersenen wordt gegeven waardoor wij kunnen zien te interpreteren. Waarom er dan energie bestaat, is iets wat heel dubbel is. Ik kan u daar het antwoord ook niet op geven.
In het verleden is mij verteld dat hij bestaat uit energetische lading. Hij is heel lang alleen geweest en heeft getracht om uit zichzelf (hij was het enigste wat er was) meer leven te creëren.
De eigenschappen die hij bezat zoals warmte, hij geleide zijn energie in vibraties (energetische lading), en hij kon elke vorm aannemen. Dit heeft hij in vorm proberen te geven doormiddel van een zon (warmte) en water (geleid en kan elke vorm aannemen).
Omdat de energie leefde, kon hij deze energie eigenschappen meegeven. Wat geresulteerd heeft in wat beschreven staat in de string theorie.
De perceptie van Tijd

https://preview.redd.it/eaci440wz8m51.jpg?width=800&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=73466b3423c19e2cbe8e9faf1c51622dbdbb72f4
Elke bladzijde bestrijkt het gehele universum. Dat dit de relatieve perceptie van tijd.
Doordat de tijd elkaar opéén volgt (in een cirkel loopt) leven wij.
Je kan elke bladzijde ook een frame noemen.
Er zijn ontelbaar veel frames is mij ooit verteld. Het universum is dus op ontelbaar veel plaatsen. Doordat deze frames elkaar opvolgen bestaat het concept tijd. Dat tijd er is komt (dus) wellicht niet alleen door een driedimensionale ruimte.
Het is misschien wat infantiel te noemen hoe ik het hier heb uitgelegd. Maar ik begreep dat het belangrijk was om te vertellen hoe het mogelijk is dat de tijd voor ons al geruime tijd vast staat.
Nederlandse opinie
Ik wil ervoor gekozen om eerst het publieke debat te zoeken. Om zo te kijken wat de Nederlandse opinie ervan vind. En om bij het Kabinet een onderzoek af te dwingen.
Ik vraag mij namelijk gedegen af als ik hiermee naar de Rijksrecherche stap of de waarheid dan wel boven tafel komt? Immers valt dit voor vele buiten de perceptie van de normale realiteit.
Mijn vraag aan jullie is om de petitie, die op www.petities.nl (Hier komt binnenkort een link naar de petitie) staat te steunen. Op deze manier wil ik een onderzoek afdwingen wat recht doet aan de nabestaanden.
Ik heb vanochtend verschillende landelijke dagbladen aangeschreven. Ik denk dat het belangrijk is dat er veel aandacht komt voor deze zaak.
Als mensen aanvullingen hebben of verbeteringen dan hoor ik dat graag.
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2020.05.07 15:18 I_am_EhEhRon [DISCUSSION] RL Special Traders - An XBL scam club

RLE USERS

This club, and everyone in it, should be avoided at all costs.
This "club of "people" brag openly about scamming other users.
I have been told that "being friends with a scammer isn't the same!", "This isn't fair!" or "I haven't dont anything wrong!".
FUCK. THAT.
If you are in this club, your main goal is to learn how to scam people. Period.
Every member of this club has been placed on the USL , which is why its hammered home to check everybody you don't know, at least the first time you trade with them. Always pay attention to the trade window, not the chat window, and always hover click the image thumbnail.
Anyone who is/was a member is labelled as "This person may be a potential scammer." on the USL.
I feel this is more than fair given the circumstances.
Its taken me the better part of a week to get this all entered, and I was glad to see some of you put them on blast while i was compiling the list, so I'll be back in my normal capacity.
The list below are all gamertags entered regarding RL Special Traders.
Here's to keeping RLE safe 🤘
A BIG AHHHHHH
A4 Sushi
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Edit 1. Due to the amount of PMs I'm getting regarding "My name is on the list." Please MODmail any petition to remove your name from the USL.
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2020.05.01 19:50 Ghost-Quartet May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! Who are your favorite API musicians? (+64 names you should know)

https://twitter.com/rhodalemon/status/1041978198643232768?s=20
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month here in the USA, a month dedicated to celebrating the lives and histories of people of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. As someone who’s like… one of those, this has always been a very important topic to me ever since I was a kid doing theatre and noticed what a niche market there was for API performers. Asian people have inspired/created so much great art but the people themselves have been underrepresented in history it feels like it’s more common to see a non-Asian artist dressed like an Asian person than it is to see an actual API person in the mainstream music industry.
Interest in Korean/Japanese media has opened doors for API performers outside of those countries but it feels like the doors still aren’t quite open all the way yet, though change is definitely coming! I wanted to throw a spotlight on some acts from history and today who DID manage to break the Western market, and a few acts who are currently trying to and could use the support. In keeping with the spirit of the month (and because a large portion of the world is Asian) I’m choosing to focus mainly on artists who release music in English and have in some way targeted “the West” (whatever that means) though there are probably some exceptions on here.
I've broken this list down into four sections:
  1. Historical Figures & Legends from history you should be aware of.
  2. Mainstream Artists who have penetrated the public consciousness (YMMV).
  3. Indie Darlings who maybe aren't mainstream but are certainly beloved by indie/pop crowds.
  4. Lesser Known artists who are... lesser known

Historical Figures & Legends:

Japanese stars on variety television: In the middle of the 20th century one of the most popular forms of entertainment in America was televised “variety shows,” which hosted skits and musical performances by a host and a constantly rotating variety of guest stars. Given the nature of these shows they were always looking for some kind of gimmick or way to draw audiences in, which provided an opportunity for many “exotic” Asian acts. There would often be jokes at the expense of their race by white hosts but it was a big platform and opportunity. Here are some iconic figures from that era:
  • Miyoshi Umeki: Starting her career as a singer in Japan and ending it as an actress in America, Miyoshi broke barriers as the first (and only) Asian woman to win an Academy Award. She recorded several albums of jazz standards, originated the role of Mei Li in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Flower Drum Song, and was a regular of the variety show circuit. Here’s one of my favorite performances.
  • Pat Suzuki: Another Japanese-American actress/jazz singer, her nomination at the second ever Grammy Awards in 1960 for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her album Broadway '59 makes her (I believe) the first Asian person to be nominated. She released several albums, was a regular of the variety show/club circuit, and originated the classic hit “I Enjoy Being A Girl.”
  • Kyu Sakamoto: A Japanese crooner and actor, he’s notable for singing the song “”Ue o Muite Arukō (Sukiyaki),” a worldwide smash that becomes the first song by an API artist to top Billboard Hot 100 in 1963 and remains the only #1 sung in a non-European language. His career was tragically cut short by a plane accident but his song remains one of the biggest selling songs ever worldwide
  • Pink Lady: A hugely successful pop duo in Japan in the ‘70s/‘80s, Pink Lady scored one Top 40 hit in the US with their song “Kiss In The Dark.” The publicity from this hit netted them their own variety show on US television, which had an infamously troubled production (neither girl spoke English and were forced to learn all the dialogue phonetically, and they were exploited/“otherized” mercilessly) and was a critical/commercial failure. This show was the nail in the coffin of the variety show format.
  • June Angela: Included as a somewhat bright postlude to this depressing section, June Angela was a cast member on cult hit television show The Electric Company, an educational children’s program featuring a multiracial cast singing and performing skits. She went on to have a successful career in theatre and voice acting, and released her own solo CD. Not exactly a global superstar but she was an iconic Asian-American and made an important step for normalizing Asians on television.
Other names to know:
  • The Kim Sisters: A trio of Korean singers (only two of them were sisters) who entertained American soldiers during the Korean war and made their way to America after, they’re the first Korean artists to chart in the US and, in a sense, the first Kpop group. They became Las Vegas mainstays, released music through the ‘60s/‘70s, and are perhaps best remembered for their appearances on the variety circuit..
  • Esther Wong: The so-called “Godmother of Punk,” though not a musician I wanted to mention her because her Los Angeles restaurant “Madame Wong’s” has a storied past as spot for up and coming punk/rock acts. She’s a unique and somewhat contentious figure in music history.
  • Lea Salonga: Lea Salonga has earned international recognition for originating the role of Kim in the blockbuster musical Miss Saigon and providing the singing voices of Disney Princesses Mulan and Jasmine. She’s recorded many albums of original songs and covers which have sold millions of copies worldwide, cementing her as a legend in the Philippines and one of the most iconic Asian musicians of our generation.
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra: This legendary band was composed of three titans of the Japanese music industry who would go on to release several amazing albums that pioneered synthpop, electronic music, sampling, chip tunes, and more. Their massively influential place in music history cannot be understated. Here they are performing their song “Firecracker” the song that spurred the JLo vs. Mariah feud!
  • Towa Tei: A member of Deee-Lite, Towa Tei had a hand in mega-smash “Groove Is In The Heart” and their successful first album World Clique. He ended up leaving the group before their third album and went to be a producer in Japan, where he’s released numerous albums and enjoyed success in a number of genres. He also notably collaborated with Kylie Minogue.
  • Nitin Sawhney: A legendary British-Indian musician, Sawhney has worn a lot of hats over his long career and touched all aspects of the music industry from producing Grammy nominated artists to writing for films/theatre to releasing his own critically acclaimed solo albums. In particular his album Beyond Skin, which fused hip-hop and South Asian sounds, was incredibly influential to the “Asian Underground” movement.
  • Sumi Jo: A Korean opera diva, Sumi Jo’s impeccable, crystal clear lyric coloratura soprano voice (meaning she sings high and fast) has graced stages around the world and made her (to my ears) a legend in the opera world. She’s appeared as a vocalist on dozens of recordings and released quite a few albums herself, notably receiving a Grammy Award for one of her recordings. She also sang the “Simple Song #3” for the film Youth, which ended up nominated for an Oscar at the 2016 awards against Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, and the Weeknd.
  • Tata Young: A Thai pop queen from the ’90s/‘00s who saw big success around Asia and released several English pop albums. “Sexy Naughty Bitchy” in particular should be a popheads anthem.
  • Amerie: Amerie made big waves in the ‘00s music scene with her hip-hop/r&b/go-go sound, singing on a number of successful songs including the iconic hit “One Thing.” She didn’t become the big star she had the potential to be (check out this video on why) but she’ll always be remembered for popularizing a sound that defined mid-‘00s pop and inspired artists like Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez.
  • Utada Hikaru: A titanic success and hugely influential artist in Japan, Utada made a few forays into the US with English language albums but could unfortunately never break the market. However her theme songs for the Kingdom Hearts video games have become cult hits and the latest, “Face My Fears (feat. Skillrex),” was her first ever entry on the Hot 100.
  • Jolin Tsai: The so-called “Queen of C-Pop,” Jolin has such a long and storied career packed with so many highlights I won’t even begin to try to recap it. While she’s never attempted an English crossover she’s been relevant to Western audiences many times so I wanted to mention her because she’s absolutely fabulous. She sings, she dances, she serves looks, she’s just one of the best pop stars out there right now. Check out her song “Womxnly,” a powerful ode to the LGBT+ community.

Mainstream:

  • Bruno Mars (Pop/Funk): Y’all know who he is.
  • Dinah Jane (R&B): A former Fifth Harmony girl, Dinah has been releasing nothing but old school r&b bangers since the group disbanded. “Retrograde” was one of my favorite songs of last year!
  • Far East Movement (Hip-Hop/Electronic): Somewhat of one-hit wonders, their one-hit was the iconic “Like A G6,” a #1 hit that’s probably still stuck in your head to this day. They’ve continued to release music and have started their own record label that hosts acts from this very list.
  • Nicole Scherzinger (Pop): Though she’s had a few solo hits and worn many hats in the industry, Nicole is probably still best known for her work with The Pussycat Dolls, one of the top selling girl groups of all time. Their comeback single “React” is out now!
  • Jhené Aiko (R&B): Although her actual voice is fairly soft, Jhené has solidified herself as a major voice in the r&b scene with her chilled-out forward thinking sound and songs where she takes no-good men to task. She’s notched a few hits already and her latest album Chilombo is shaping up to be her most successful yet.
  • Hayley Kiyoko (Pop): The so-called “lesbian Jesus,” Hayley is already a popheads favorite for her simmering electro pop so I don’t feel the need to exposit on her much. Check out the song she dropped with MAX last night!
  • H.E.R. (R&B): A multi-Grammy winning artist, H.E.R. is currently the critical darling of the r&b scene and has had some hits to match. I don’t know much about her but her resume doesn’t lie.
  • Steve Aoki (Electronic): This world-famous producer has worked with tons of big names in the industry and produced several albums of high energy party EDM.
  • Tokimonsta (Electronic): A Korean-American producer, she’s built a name for herself in the electronic music scene over the years releasing remixes of popular songs and albums featuring electronic compositions and producer driven pop songs. Her 2017 album Lune Rouge (written after she got brain surgery and had to rediscover music) was Grammy nominated.
  • Yuna (Pop): From humble beginnings as a DIY artist in Malaysia to international stardom, Yuna has captivated audiences worldwide with her buttery voice and spirited songwriting. She’s also notable for doing a LOT of collaborations, most notable of which is “Crush (feat. Usher),” which became a genuine hit.
  • ZAYN (Pop): The original breakout star from British boy band sensation One Direction, Zayn topped charts around the world with his debut single “Pillowtalk” and has notched several hits and very long albums since then.

Indie Darlings:

  • Cornelius (Experimental): A Japanese artist who was influential to the “Shibuya Kei” movement, his work has attained penetration outside of Japan thanks to its intricately textured, mind bending qualities, and he’s a well-respected figure amongst music fans. His 1997 album Fantasma in particular made him a legend.
  • Japanese Breakfast (Indie): Shockingly she’s Korean, not Japanese. She’s put out two albums of pretty but heavy experimental indie-pop which have seen critical acclaim. Her sweet music video for the dreamy (and catchy) song “Boyish” is a must-watch.
  • Kero Kero Bonito (Pop/Indie Rock): A London based indie band, KKB made a name for themselves with their hyper-polished, overly cheerful, slightly creepy Jpop influenced rap sound. They’ve gradually transitioned to a more off-kilter indie rock sound, but they’re still good! Here’s one of my favorite songs by them.
  • Little Dragon (Electropop): A Swedish band who have apparently been around since the ‘90s (though their first album came out in ’07), though usually based in a spacey trip-hop sound the album they released earlier this year took them in a poppier direction.
  • Mitski (Indie): One of the freshest voices in indie rock, Mitski is renowned for her ability to tear people’s hearts out with her music.
  • mxmtoon (Indie-Pop): She like, just did an AMA here but if you didn’t know she’s a singer-songwriter who’s gotten a lot of attention and hundreds of millions of streams for her emotionally honest ukulele driven songs. She just released her new EP dawn.
  • NIKI (Pop): After moving to Nashville from Indonesia and independently releasing her EP Zephyrus, NIKI was signed to Asian-American media company 88Rising and has been steadily releasing simmering pop gems since then. She’s gearing up for the release of her debut LP Moonchild, and be sure to listen to her fabulous song “Indigo.”
  • Raveena (R&B): An Indian-American singer with a modern r&b sound, she explores topics of identity, healing, spirituality through her music. She has a very calming, gentle style that’s very streaming-friendly and has earned her a steadily growing fanbase. Her music just keeps getting better, check out Moonstone, which dropped earlier this year.
  • Rina Sawayama (Pop): Though she’s not exactly a chart topper, Rina has been on the lips of the pop community for a few years now and she just released her debut album Sawayama to rave reviews. If you’re reading this list you’ve probably already listened to it!
  • Superorganism (Pop): A music collective known for having each member write/produce their parts separately and having their front woman be a teenage Japanese fan they met at a gig, their quirky sound and unusual videos gave them viral success in the indie scene. They’ve only got one album so far but it was a good one!
  • UDD (Indie/Dance): Although not as beloved here as they are in the Philippines, UDD have gotten buzz from indie publications that has translated to successful tours and festival slots. Their impossibly perfect, danceable indie sound is irresistible, check out their self-titled album which they dropped last year.
  • Yaeji (Pop): You’ve probably heard of Yaeji by this point but if not, she’s a singeproducer who sings in both English and Korean and got a lot of buzz for her refreshingly original (and imaginatively entitled) EP EP2. She just dropped her first mixtape earlier this year.

Lesser Known:

  • Anna Akana (Pop): A famous YouTuber, Anna Akana released her (surprisingly good) debut album last year, a genre hopping project that explored her insecurities and depression. Check out the title track “Intervention.”
  • Aolani (R&B): Hawaiian by way of California, Aolani dropped her fantastic self-titled debut album of hazy old-school r&b back in 2018. “Call Me Up” managed to garner over a million streams on Spotify.
  • Arden Cho (Pop): Though probably best known as an actress on shows like Teen Wolf and Chicago Med, Arden has been posting acoustic covers and releasing original pop songs for years. She’s released a few laid-back bops recently.
  • CHANMINA (Pop-Rap): A fierce Japanese/Korean artist with worldwide aspirations, she’s been slowly building buzz with her pop friendly trilingual rap songs. She has several great albums and released two EPs earlier this year. A personal favorite.
  • FEMM (Pop): A strange Japanese pop duo who brand themselves as living mannequins, they have a unique style and release energetic Jpop with an appropriately “plastic” sound. They’ve bene trying to break both the US and Japan for years and have slowly developed a cult following. “Pow” is a personal favorite of mine.
  • Grrrl Gang (Indie Rock): A punky DIY band from Indonesia with bright hooks and unexpected lyrics, the group got a lot of buzz when their dual singles “Bathroom / Thrills” went viral. Their debut album Here To Stay dropped last year, a collection/remastering of their old singles.
  • Hana Vu (Alternative/Indie): A 20 year old Vietnamese American bedroom pop artist (represent!), Hana has released several critically acclaimed EPs of thought provoking but still danceable music. Check out “Outside” from last year’s Nicole Kidman / Anne Hathaway.
  • Hua Li (Rap/R&B): A Canada based artist who released her dreamy bi-lingual debut album Dynasty last year.
  • Humeysha (Indie): I’m kind of unclear if this is a four person band or just a solo project by the lead singer at this point but whoever they are they’ve released several albums that blend South Asian sounds into mesmerizing tapestries of original sounding music. Check out their song “Nusrat On The Beach.”
  • Jane Zhang (Pop): A Chinese pop princess, she spent a few years attempting a US crossover and got some decent buzz thanks to her appearance at the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and her song “Dust My Shoulders Off” being used in a Hulu commercial. Success wasn’t quite in the cards and she ended up quietly abandoning the project but the resulting album Past Progressive is still worth listen.
  • Jake Zyrus (Pop): Before transitioning Jake made forays into the Western market with power-pop songs like “Pyramid” and a recurring role on Glee, and he continues to tour outside of the Philippines. He’s been finding his sound post-transition and released his first EP Evolution last year.
  • Jay Som (Bedroom-Pop): A self-produced multi-instrumentalist, Jay Som (her stage name) has been the toast of the indie music scene ever since her debut. She’s opened for acts like Paramore and Mitski and released several albums of intelligent indie pop to rave reviews, including last year’s Anak Ko.
  • Jeremy Passion (Soul): A Filipino-American singer songwriter with a silky voice, Jeremy got his start posting covers in 2008 to the then young YouTube and has since released two albums and a slew of singles. Last year he released a collaborative EP with Melissa Polinar (mentioned below) and Gabe Bondoc, featuring a cover of his big hit “Lemonade.”
  • Junoflo (Rap): An up and coming Korean American rapper, he’s dropped a few albums and done a ton of collaborations. His debut single “Fable” was nice.
  • Manila Luzon (Pop): Best known for her appearances on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Manila Luzon arguably invented the trend of contestants releasing novelty singles when she dropped her song “Hot Couture.” With two albums and tons of singles to her name, her music is the definition of a guilty pleasure.
  • Megan Lee (Pop): She got her start doing YouTube covers as a child, spent some time as a Kpop idol, competed on The Voice, starred in a Nickelodeon sitcom, and released her first EP last year. Currently she’s breaking into songwriting.
  • Melissa Polinar (Singer-Songwriter): Another singer-songwriter who got their start on YouTube! Over her lengthy career she’s put out a lot of beautiful, soulfully sung acoustic music, both covers and original songs. Last year she released a collaborative EP with Jeremy Passion (mentioned above) and Gabe Bondoc. Check out her original song “Try”
  • Polartropica (Dream Pop): An LA based band with a shimmery, almost shoe-gaze electropop sound centered around uplifting themes and fantastical imagery.. They released their debut album Dreams Come True earlier this year.
  • REI AMI (Indie/Rap): REI and AMI stand for the two different sides of REI AMI as an artist, and this is represented by her unique dual moody indie/baddie rap fusion style. Her songs are good and she’s been getting a lot of buzz lately (“Snowcone” went viral), so she’s definitely one to watch.
  • Riri (Pop): A Japanese pop star who releases very trendy sounding music, her album Honey in particular was geared towards American audiences, with English heavy songs, a Saweetie feature, and music videos shot in California.
  • Ruby Ibarra (Rap): An up and coming rapper who can spit hard bars in three different languages, she got attention for her debut album Circa91, which explored her Filipino heritage. Check out her song “Us,” a badass collaboration with fellow API rappers Rocky Rivera, Klassy, and Faith Santilla.
  • Shawn Wasabi (Pop): I call Shawn Wasabi’s chill, unapologetically cutesy, chip tunes flavored pop songs “kawaii pop.” Although he doesn’t have an album out yet he was recently signed to Warner Records so one is likely on the way; check out his song “Snack” in the meantime.
  • Sen Morimoto (R&B/Rap): A Chicago based multi-instrumentalist singerapper signed to the 88Rising label, his wavy blend of hip-hop and jazz combined with his laid-back bars has made him an underground indie favorite. Check out his song “People Watching,” which was a mild hit on streaming.
  • Thao & The Get Down Stay Down (Alt-Folk): A quirky San Francisco folk band helmed by frontwoman Thao Nguyen, they have a very jangly, pop friendly sound. Check out their song “Holy Roller” as they gear up to release their fifth album later this year.
  • Satica (R&B): A Cambodian singer from Long Beach, CA who has a small but strong discography of shiny, modern sounding r&b. Check out her dreamy song “Honey Whiskey.”
  • yeule (Art Pop): “victorian classical style cyberscape fourth generation goth cyborg from parallel dimension if AI existed in 1351 black death kawaii nyan nyan radioactive motherboard chernobyl anime” check the AMA that they did
And that’s it! Comment down below your thoughts on any of these artists, and any other API artists that you really enjoy!
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2020.03.16 21:25 Coursell Daniel Adams-Ray wrote song about Tim

So Daniel Adams-Ray which was a friend of Tim wrote a song a while ago which contains lyrics about him, maybe the whole song is about Tim since the song is called Bror(brother). He has said that the song is about 2018-2019, which were some rough years for him. I just wanted to share this with you and i think it is a really good song aswell, only around 1000 plays on youtube.
Sorry for the people not knowing swedish but the most beautiful lyric is in the rap part:
"Det är Mars nu jag bildade familj, du fick ett samtal i mitten av April.
Vi ska ses senare i vår men du lämnade samma liv som min son kommer till."

"It's March now I started a family, You got a call in the middle of April.
We shall meet later in spring but you left the same life my son was born to."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfmrSSzmJ94
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBIscVLIMN4
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2020.01.03 16:37 sconce2600 The List: 2020

Edit 4/9/20: The lineup potentially leaked on the official website, bold names denote the names leaked (this may change upon an official release).
This is a list of acts that are potentially playing OSLs 2020. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop. If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
POTENTIAL HEADLINERS
POTENTIAL UNDERCARD:
Playing five tracked festivals
Playing four tracked festivals
Playing three tracked festivals
Playing two tracked festivals
Playing one tracked festival
Added by users, not currently playing any heavy crossover festivals so far
The following have appeared at OSLs once before but have not released new material since their first stint and are therefore less likely to appear in 2019 (To date only Beck and Vance Joy have returned WITHOUT new material, making the following acts much less likely)
The following is a list of bands that have played OSLs more than once and the gaps between return performances, considering only five acts have ever played OSLs three times, all acts in this section should be considered less likely than acts that have played OSLs once or never. Note that no act has ever returned quicker than a three year gap, Givers, Fantastic Negrito, and Big Boi were all makeup performances for prior year cancellations.
Headliners
Threepeaters
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Six year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
Ten year gap
The following are past lineup drop dates, all lineup drops from 2012 to 2019 have occurred on a Tuesday:
ACTS CONFIRMED PRIOR TO LINEUP DROP:
Clement Marfo: cracked via bigpavelski35 from a Twitter clue video posted by OSLs Twitter.
Orville Peck
Zhu
Tyler, The Creator
Brittany Howard
The Hu
The 1975
Below are names on the potential lineup leak that occurred on 4/9/20 on the official Outsidelands website that were not included on either list:
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2019.03.04 14:23 JorgeAndTheKraken Artist of the Week #8: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Welcome to the eighth installment of our 2019 Governor's Ball Artist of the Week threads! In these threads, I'll give you all the basic information you could want on an artist playing the festival. Please share your thoughts on them in the comments and if anyone has seen them live, please talk about their performance. Thanks for checking this out, and feel free to spread the word about the threads! Next up will be: King Princess.
Artist: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Background:
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever was formed in 2013 by guitarist/vocalists Fran Keaney, Tom Russo, and Joe White, who had been in bands together since they were in high school. After adding Tom's brother, Joe Russo, on bass, and drummer Marcel Tussie, they started playing low-key gigs around the Melbourne scene. A handful of 2013 digital singles started to garner them some attention, but their initial EP, Talk Tight, wouldn't arrive until 2016. Its positive critical reception and Aussie airplay got buzz going for the band, which led to their being signed by Sub Pop and the release of another EP, The French Press, in 2017. The EP's title single garnered 5.8 million streams on Spotify, and the band's profile rose significantly in the US, leaving them well-positioned for the release of their debut full-length, 2018's Hope Downs.
Related Artists: The Go-Betweens, The War on Drugs, Jay Som
Style and Genre:
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever is defined by the interplay of its three guitarists/vocalists. While none of them are shredders, their parts weave together and fit as snugly as LEGO blocks, creating a jangly, melodic sonic bed on which rests the band's sharp hooks and dry lyrical wit. Keaney, (Tom) Russo, and Joe White share vocal duties, with distinctive enough deliveries that differing songs can have their own character, but also able to create warm, satisfying harmonies. Lyrically, their material uses fiction and made-up characters on which to bind the band members' autobiographical experience, often walking the line between melancholy and a battle against the kind of cynicism the modern world can engender.
Discography:
Talk Tight EP (2016)
The French Press EP (2017)
Hope Down (2018)
Songs to Check Out:
In the Capital
French Press
Talking Straight
An Air Conditioned Man
Julie's Place
Mainland
Live Performances:
Full Performance - Live on KEXP - 2018
Full Performance - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris - 2018
Full Performance - Live at Lowlands - 2018
Full Performance - The Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles (fan shot) - 2018
Full Performance - The Ringer Live In Studio - 2018
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2019.01.02 21:57 sconce2600 The List: 2019

The Lineup is out, bold denotes acts that ended up on the lineup
This is a list of acts that are potentially playing OSLs 2019. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop. If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
POTENTIAL HEADLINERS
POTENTIAL UNDERCARD:
Playing eight tracked festivals
Playing six tracked festivals
Playing five tracked festivals
Playing four tracked festivals
Playing three tracked festivals
Playing two tracked festivals
Playing one tracked festival
Added by users, not currently playing any heavy crossover festivals so far
The following have appeared at OSLs once before but have not released new material since their first stint and are therefore less likely to appear in 2019 (To date only Beck and Vance Joy have returned WITHOUT new material, making the following acts much less likely)
The following is a list of bands that have played OSLs more than once and the gaps between return performances, considering only five acts have ever played OSLs three times, all acts in this section should be considered less likely than acts that have played OSLs once or never. Note that no act has ever returned quicker than a three year gap, Givers, Fantastic Negrito, and Big Boi were all makeup performances for prior year cancellations.
Headliners
Threepeaters
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Six year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
Ten year gap
The following are past lineup drop dates, all lineup drops from 2012 to 2018 have occurred on a Tuesday:
ACTS CONFIRMED PRIOR TO LINEUP DROP:
NAMES THAT ULTIMATELY ENDED UP ON THE LINEUP THAT WERE ON NEITHER LIST (26):
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2018.11.15 21:28 LL_Cruel_J Uncut's 75 Best Albums of 2018

Last year I listened to and wrote small reviews on Pitchfork's top 50 of 2017, which can be read here. It was a lot of fun and I found a ton of new music I wouldn't have discovered otherwise.
I will still do the Pitchfork one for 2018, although I'm sure they'll have some of the same albums as this list on Uncut.
I listen to the albums from 75-1, and to stay surprised, I try not to look to see what the next album is. I'll post Spotify links to each album in case you're interested. Will update the list as I finish each album.
75. Fatoumata Diawara - Fenfo (Something To Say): This album was actually pretty cool. If I'm remembering correctly, it reminded me a lot of Ibeyi's Ash from last year, which I enjoyed. This had a cool island vibe to it and was pretty upbeat (for the most part). She doesn't sing in English (except for a few parts) but it didn't matter. It was still a pretty refreshing listen. I kinda got annoyed listening to this and at most times I just really wanted it to end. Felt pretty repetitive and wasn't really into it. Personally don't think I'd come back to it but I thought the same thing about Ibeyi's album but I go back to that from time to time. Albums like this is why I enjoy doing these lists. I would have never thought to put this album on otherwise. 5/10.
74. Beach House - 7: Honestly pretty surprised this album is so low on this list. This hasn't been getting the proper treatment it rightfully deserves. I heard it when it first came out and I liked it. Beach House, in my opinion is the quintessential bedroom pop/dream pop band. For a long time they've put out pretty great albums. That could just be me reminiscing on my younger festival days. Beach House was one of the first bands I had ever seen play a festival. I think Pitchfork in 2010. Anyway, I don't think it's as good as Teen Dream or Bloom but it's a refreshing album nonetheless. Especially if you're into the bedroom pop stuff that's become pretty popular as of late (Jay Som, Soccer Mommy, etc). Pay No Mind is probably my favorite song off this album and is one of my favorite songs of the year. Lose Your Smile is great, too. 7/10.
73. Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour: I've been a fan of hers since I first heard Same Trailer Different Park a while ago. Simply put, she writes good pop country songs. Little fun fact, Musgraves wrote Mother while she was tripping on acid and got a text from her mom which sent her into an emotional breakdown. Her lyrics are genuine and honest (although sometimes can be a little cheesy), but they're all very well written. I'm actually surprised this isn't higher on the list. It's a great, smooth, beautifully written album. Velvet Elvis, Love Is A Wild Thing, and Butterflies are my jams. 7/10.
72. Olivia Chaney - Shelter: I was really excited for this album. Last year, Chaney teamed up with the Decemberists to form Offa Rex. Which is a pretty great album as well. Chaney has a beautiful voice. It's like a lullaby. She whispers softly throughout the album and it's incredibly soothing and so easy to listen to. The musical arrangements in each songs are masterfully put together that you often forget to pay attention to anything she's singing. The whole album is pure folk music. It's poetry. The only downside is I almost felt bored and found it a little difficult to keep my attention throughout. Impossible and true/I wait/With feeling/Hold me down/Or let me go/Darling won't you/Let me throw a tender rope/For you, Chaney sings on Arches. And on Dragonfly, she sings As actors/On the wrong stage/With imperfect lines/My dragonfly beats it's wings/In vain, so high/I hope I don't lose my lines. Should mention that IOU gets an early vote for one of my favorite songs of the year. Paste said it best when they called this album a "Sunday morning record." While it was putting to me asleep at times, overall, it's pretty great stuff. 7/10.
71. Jon Hopkins - Singularity: I'm not gonna lie, when I read that this was a "microhouse" album, I kinda rolled my eyes. What kind of pretentious sub-genre is this? Boy was I wrong. This is the kind of album you put on, turn up the volume and listen to front to back no problem. And now I get it. Microhouse is just a toned down version of regular house music. This whole album is a trip. It was just so easy to listen to and made my ears feel good. I don't think you can listen to random tracks off of this album. It feels like a whole experience, the whole album needs to be played in it's entirety to truly enjoy it. So many good sounds/beats, Hopkins literally takes you to a different world throughout this album. Ranking this at 71 seems pretty low. I'm really struggling to find something I didn't like about this album. 10/10.
70. Harmony Rockets - Lachesis / Clotho / Atropos: I wasn't really into this album to be honest. I felt bored after a little while. It's like improvised psychedelic jams and while some parts were cool and fun to listen to, I lost interest rather quickly. Don't really see how this is higher on the list than the previous album, but hey, here we are. 4/10.
69. Natalie Prass - The Future And The Past: Imagine for a second that Jessie Ware and Robyn had a daughter that made music. That's exactly how I felt listening to Natalie Prass. Those that know me know I'm a serious sucker for female pop vocalists. I guess she originally scrapped an entire albums worth of music after the 2016 election and began to write this one based on her frustration/heartbreak with the result. [Per her interview with Exclaim! via Genius: but Prass pushed the album’s release to scrap half the songs and replace them with songs that tackle culture divides and gender and income inequality, all of which have been exacerbated during Trump’s presidency.] The lyrics get across her message almost immediately with the albums opener, Oh My. Not once does this album seem like it's over the top or that she's trying too hard. Imo, the only negative thing I can say about this album, is that it kind of relies too much on funk/soul/jazz, etc. This is the first album I've heard by here, so that just may be her thing. Another song that gets a vote for my end of year list is definitely Lost. Album is a must listen. 9/10.
68. Richard Swift - The Hex: Honestly, I couldn't get into this album. It was interesting and weird with lots of different experimental sounds. His voice was difficult for me to get used to. At times, the whole thing almost felt overwhelming. With lots going on, it was difficult to concentrate or focus on it. I will say though, there are some beautiful arrangements on this album, particularly HZLWD, which happens to be an instrumental. My favorite song off the album though is probably Dirty Jim. 4/10.
67. Phosphorescent - C'est La Vie: This album rules. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Reminds me of last years War On Drugs album (which was also good). It's got a great Americana/heartland sound to it that is sometimes missing in newer rock albums. There's really not much to say about this album. If you're into bands like War On Drugs, Kurt Vile, Wilco, Father John Misty, Okkervil River, etc. then this is a can't miss record. New Birth In New England was my favorite song off this album and will surely make my final list of best songs. 10/10.
66. Arve Henriksen - The Height of the Reeds: I wasn't crazy about this album. It was all instrumentals (usually not a big deal). He's a trumpet player but he does a great job of not really making it sound like a trumpet. Definitely filled with some interesting sounds, but I honestly found myself getting bored rather quickly. I didn't really find it to be relaxing/soothing, either. Usually with albums like this I can turn it on and just zone out. This one was different. Favorite part of this album were the song titles. For example, The Swans Bend Their Necks Backward To See God, and "Is There A Limit For The Internal*. 4/10.
65. Blood Orange - Negro Swan: Heard the name, never listened, not what I was expecting. This was nothing short of great. Dev Hynes has such a cool, soothing voice. The music is awesome...all the beats/sounds fit perfectly within each track. The spoken lyrics that appear throughout the album are a nice touch that break up the pace of the album (not an issue). Few great features as well, with Diddy, A$AP, and Project Pat. If you're a fan of artists like Frank Ocean, Solange, Jorja Smith, etc. and haven't heard this, I suggest you get on it as quickly as possible. Such an easy listen. Saint, Hope, and Chewing Gum were my favorites, but honestly, not a single bad track. This album is a must listen. 10/10.
64. Suede - The Blue Hour: This album was FUCKING SWEET. Never heard of these guys before but they've been a band for a very long time. This whole album was outstanding. They have a cool heavy/gothic 80s sound (that I'm not usually into), but it sounds so new and fresh. There's a clear Smiths influence throughout this whole project. The whole thing is just...good. I have little issues with this album, but one complaint I have is that his voice got to be a tad much by the time it was over. Wastelands, Beyond The Outskirts, and Don't Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You are my favorite tracks, but it was honestly difficult to narrow it down. This album is a must listen. 9/10.
63. Israel Nash - Lifted: Cool folky/country rock/dreampop/Americana album. I really got a vibe of multiple different genres throughout the whole thing, which was pretty cool/refreshing. Nash reminds me a little of guys like Jason Isbell, Hiss The Golden Messenger, Son Volt, etc. This was just such an easy early morning album to listen to. I really liked the retro Americana sound that's throughout the whole thing, but tbh this album didn't really do it for me. My main issues with this album is that a lot of the songs, imo, sound pretty much the same and he just doesn't really do anything different or better on this album that I can't get elsewhere within this alt-country/Americana genre. I don't think this is one I'd revisit, kind of a "listen and forget" album. That being said, if alt-country is your jam, this should be worth your time. Rolling On and Golden Fleeces were my two favorite from this project. 6/10.
62. Angelique Kidjo - Remain In Light: This caught me completely off guard. She's a Beninese singer with an incredible voice. The whole album (which I didn't realize) is a cover of Talking Heads' 1980 classic Remain In Light. She does a fantastic job throughout the entire thing. Full of awesome jazz (which I'm usually not crazy about) and TONS of African influences, this thing is seriously such a great time. Once In A Lifetime is one of the best covers I've ever heard. I don't think I had a single issue with this album. Must listen. 10/10.
61. Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet - Landfall: This album was pretty weird. Ambient/instrumental/spoken word...I don't know, I felt pretty lost throughout the whole thing and felt like I couldn't concentrate on anything. Clocking in at thirty songs and over an hour long, I got bored almost immediately. There were a few good songs, but overall, this was one that I would have been fine with skipping. I'm just not sure. 4/10.
60. U.S. Girls - In A Poem Unlimited: I thoroughly enjoyed this album. I've been a big fan of dreampop for the better part of a year or so (Jay Som, Soccer Mommy, Beach House, etc) so it was no surprise that I was a fan of this album. Listening to M.A.H, I got serious Gwen Stefani No Doubt vibes with was pretty awesome. And honestly, she reminds me a lot of Stefani/Blondie throughout the whole album (not really a bad thing). This whole thing was just a solid pop album. The previous mentioned M.A.H (mad as hell) is my favorite song off the album. That particular song takes a critical look at Obama's presidency, which is a super different take than the ever-so-popular FDT takes. 8/10.
59. Stick In The Wheel - Follow Them True: One of the most unique albums on this list. English folk band that doesn't go too crazy. It opens up with Over Again (which is a great song) but I was left waiting for this to turn into like an album full of Irish drinking songs. The whole album ends up being pretty minimalistic and uses their voices heavily to carry the album. Parts of it reminded me a little of Delta Rae. Great rhythms, cool sound. Definitely not something for everyone, and while I was left impressed and curious, I wasn't really into it. 6/10.
58. Mary Gauthier - Rifles And Rosary Beads: This was a good folky/country album. I liked this album and I especially liked the idea behind it. Per NPR, she worked in collaboration with the nonprofit SongwritingWith:Soldiers to co-write the album's 11 tracks with veterans and their families. That's a pretty incredible thing to do and it leads to some heavy lyrics. Honestly too many good lyrics to share, the songwriting is top-notch and the melodies are great. I think you'll just need to hear it for yourself. This album was made in a special way, I'm not sure I've heard anything quite like it before. Knowing she wrote this with Veterans really changes your perspective on it. 8/10.
57. Elephant Micah - Genericana: Low energy, rock/experimental album that I thought sounded pretty cool for a little bit. Some parts were clean and easy to listen to, other times I found it to be a little messy with the distortion. This was a good break from the folk/indie that's been pretty heavy for the past few albums but this wasn't something I particularly enjoyed. 5/10.
56. Dawn Landes - Meet Me At The River: This will probably end up in my top 5 for AOTY. I really enjoyed this. I have a soft spot for female vocalists, particularly in the indie/folk/country categories. But make no mistake, this is a country album. She reminded me a bit of Kacey Musgraves/Miranda Lambert/Joan Baez/Brandi Carlisle/Amanda Shires/etc. I had most of this album pretty much on repeat. It's fun to listen to, easy to sing along with and the songs are genuinely well written. The lyrics in Why They Name Whiskey After Men are pretty catchy: "It comes on strong and keeps you warm before it starts to do you in/And in spite of the pain you go back again/Must be why they name whiskey after men." It was honestly pretty difficult to pick a favorite song off this album. The previously mentioned Whiskey After Men and Southern Girl were up there. 10/10.
55. Jess Williamson - Cosmic Wink: Best way to describe Jess Williamson is probably a more folk-y Angel Olsen. Pretty cool. "Your hair in my bed is regarded as a relic/My past and my future envy me." Great lyrics she sings on Awakening Baby, my favorite track off this album. The whole thing is full of great melodies and lyrics that make you want to restart each song and listen again. However, I think just one listen was enough. It wasn't something I kept thinking about after I finished it. 7/10.
54. Tune-Yards - I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life: I enjoyed this album quite a bit. I thought it was a fun, quick listen, almost every song had me nodding my head to the music. Electro indie pop is usually pretty awesome so I gotta give props to this record. It can be a bit much at times, and does sound like it's a little cluttered and definitely obscure, but the actual music is pretty damn catchy and damn fun. Look At Your Hands is my jam. 7/10.
53. David Byrne - American Utopia: I wasn't really too sure what to expect with this album and I wasn't sure if I was going to be into it. But I enjoyed it quite a bit. It's a nicely paced electronic/pop record with some pretty obscure/outrageous lyrics and sounds (which is probably pretty typical for Byrne). Now the chicken imagines a heaven/Full of roosters and plenty of corn/And God is a very old roosteAnd eggs are like Jesus, his son. Pretty goofy stuff, but it's a ton of fun. Every Day Is A Miracle is easily my favorite song off this album. 7/10.
52. Willie Nelson - Last Man Standing: Another album where I wasn't really sure what to expect. Although I'm a fan of country music, I had never really listened to Willie Nelson before this album. But I gotta say, I dig it and I get the appeal. Perfect balance of country/blues/rock. His lyrics are pretty top notch and the whole album was a great listen. First verse from Something You Get Through: "When you lose the one you love/You think your world has ended/You think your world will be a waste of life/Without them in it/You feel there's no way to go on/Life is just a sad, sad song/But love is bigger than us all/The end is not the end at all." It's just so easy to tap your foot to the rhythm of this album. He's 85! That's incredible! The previously mentioned Something you Get Through is my favorite song off the album, but there really isn't a bad one. 9/10.
51. Gwenifer Raymond - You Never Were Much Of A Dancer: She's a fantastic guitabanjo player. It's pretty incredible what she does throughout this whole album. It's all instrumentals and I'll admit, I got pretty bored of it rather quickly. I just felt empty afterwards and felt like I needed more. Which is dumb to say because the whole album is extremely complex and in-depth. There just felt like something was missing. 6/10.
50. The Necks - Body: Gotta say, I wasn't crazy about this one. First and foremost, I was never really into jazz music. If it's on at a party or background music while I work, cool. But I've never gone out of my way to listen to the genre. Body is an experimental jazz/post-rock album by Australian trio The Necks. The album is one song long, close to an hour. It started kinda slow and I was pretty bored, but it does pick up and get kind of cool around the 25 minute mark. I'm impressed that they were able to improvise this whole thing for an hour long but I would have personally preferred 8-10 individual tracks. Probably wouldn't listen to this again. 5/10.
49. Mary Lattimore - Hundreds Of Days: This album kinda caught me off guard. Knew nothing about her or her music, but she's an American classically trained harpist. This album was absolutely gorgeous. Each track told a different story that I'm not smart enough to understand, but their titles are masterfully written with names like Never Saw Him Again, Their Faces Streaked With Light And Filled With Pity, and On The Day You Saw The Dead Whale. You can feel different emotions in every track and they all leave you open to your own interpretation as to what they're about. Of course, there's no lyrics, but this album doesn't even need them. If you want something easy to listen to, while studying, cooking, trying to relax, sitting in a coffee shop on a rainy fall day, this album would be pretty perfect. My favorite tracks are Baltic Birch and the aforementioned On The Day You Saw The Dead Whale. I'm gonna go cry now and think about my life. 7/10.
48. Laura Veirs - The Lookout: I really thought this album was going to be great, but I was left thinking it was "just good." I have never heard of Veirs prior to this list, but she reminds me of artists like Lucy Dacus, Jenny Lewis, maybe Laura Marling too. Found it interesting that it was her first solo album since 2013, and her first project since she collaborated with Neko Case and k.d. lang on 2016's case/lang/veirs (which I have not heard). I'm a pretty big fan of indie/indie folk/alternative country but honestly, for no particular reason, I found this album to be quite forgettable and don't think I'd come back to listen to it. That being said, her soft vocals make this a pretty easy listening experience and again, the whole album works damn well as background music. My favorite tracks were Heavy Petals and Everybody Needs You. 6/10.
47. Julia Holter - Aviary: I was unsure about this album. At times I wasn't very into it and at other times I though it was a beautifully made album. Definitely a neat progressive/experimental/indie pop project though which is nice, it's something that I've never really heard/listened to. I don't think this is one I'd revisit, I don't really think this album is important to this list. 5/10.
46. Kathryn Joseph - From When I Wake The Want Is: Odd little folk/indie album...Kathryn Joseph has a little whiny voice, similar to Joanna Newsome/Bjork. Her voice is definitely an acquired taste but if you give it a chance, not terribly difficult to deal with it. I just personally couldn't get into it, her voice kind of annoyed me and made it a little dificult to enjoy the rest of the album. The album has a pretty serious Radiohead vibe to it (never a bad thing). It sounds super unique and worth a listen if want to hear a little mix of Bjork and Radiohead. 6/10.
45. Anna Calvi - Hunter: This album seriously feels like such an 80s pop-rock/goth classic. I really enjoyed it and couldn't get enough of it. Lots of cool chord progressions, awesome goth sounds, this album pretty much had it all. Don't Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy and Chain were my favorite songs off this album. 8/10.
44. Ryley Walker - Deafman Glance: Pretty good jazzy/indie folk/psychedelic album. Pretty much just a dude with a nice soft voice and his guitar making nice music. He'd be your middle-of-the-day jam band festival act and he'd fit the bill perfectly. Super chill album to have on at work or just relaxing at home. Telluride Speed is definitely my favorite track from this album. 7/10.
43. Tracey Thorn - Record: Alright I enjoyed this quite a bit. Such a cool and fun pop/dance record. I spent the whole time just tapping my foot and bopping my head. I was pretty surprised to learn she's been making music since 1980, but it makes total sense. This sounds a lot like a classic 80's pop album. This album seems to do a good job of cheering you up and just wanting to make you move around. So fun. Guitar and Dancefloor are my favorite songs off this album. But honestly, I couldn't really find a song I didn't like. Really not much more you could ask for from a pop record. 10/10.
42. Melody's Echo Chamber - Bon Voyage: I feel like this album is pretty underrated. There's just something so magical and different about it that makes me keep coming back. Great mix of psychedelic/indie rock/pop all at once. On top of all that she sings a few songs in French or Swedish which just help add to albums mystique. There are a few parts on this album that seem a little over the top, like on the song Desert Horse, there are so many different sounds at once, but somehow it works. Overall, I really enjoyed the sound of this album and I think it should easily be considered a must listen. 9/10.
41. Cat Power - Wanderer: I was pretty excited for this album. Cat Power has always been someone I enjoyed listening to and honestly, I totally forgot all about her...granted, it's been six years since her last album. Wanderer is about what you'd expect from her in terms of melodies, guitar playing (lots of finger picking), piano, lyrics, wonderful voice, etc. She completely reimagined Rihanna's Stay, which is one of my favorite songs of the year. I came back to a few songs on this album at least twice, especially Horizon. This is a light album, easy to turn on and simply listen to. Truthfully, it's been quite some time since I heard any of her previous albums, but there's a good chance I enjoyed this one the most. 7/10.
40. Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino: Don't crucify me but I've never really been too into Arctic Monkeys. I just don't think I ever got it or was crazy about his voice. But, I was surprised by this album. I found it to be pretty enjoyable. It was a lot different than other rock albums I heard this year and I think a lot of that has to do with Alex Turner's voice (which I came away enjoying more than I did previously). Clocking in at 40 minutes, I sort of felt like the album dragged on and was too long. When I finished it, I walked away with a real "once you've heard it once, you've heard it a dozen times" feeling. 6/10.
39. Eleanor Friedberger - Rebound: I wasn't expecting to run into any Fiery Furnaces on this list. Eleanor Friedberger is/was the lead singer of that band (Illinois suburb represent!). Anyway, this was a clean/polished indie pop/rock/bedroom pop/dreampop/whatever album that made me feel alright. I did get a little bored toward the end of the album but overall I enjoyed it. Some parts (her voice, specifically) can even be a little dream-popy which remind me of Beach House (pretty good thing) and at times, she reminds me of Tracey Thorn. Straight up decent indie pop/rock album that will likely leave no lasting impression on me. Everything was my favorite song on this album. 6/10.
38. Calexico - The Thread That Keeps Us: The whole time I listened to this I kept hearing Ryan Adams. My goodness the singer is basically doing his best Adams impression on most of this album. Just listen to Eyes Wide Awake and tell me I'm wrong. Anyway, this was a looooong indie rock album that was pretty enjoyable. I just couldn't get past his voice and there's nothing really wrong with that but it just didn't sound different or do anything more unique than any other indie rock album I've heard this year. 6/10.
37. Stephan Malkmus and the Jicks - Sparkle Head: What more could you ask for from Stephen Malkmus than a solid 90's alternative/indie rock record? Nothing. This is exactly what this album is. I was never crazy about Pavement or other Malkmus works but I overall enjoyed this record. I really liked Middle America which I've heard a lot (may have been the single? Or in a TV show?). Anyway, I'd say this is pretty much a must listen if you're craving some old school 90's indie rock. 7/10.
36. The Lemon Twigs - Go To School: A musical! This album is about a monkey that goes to school with humans and it's as silly as it sounds. A fun, goofy, silly pop album that was so fun to listen to. Clearly inspired by classic 70s and southern heartland music, this sounds like an awesome theatrical production by two brothers that are just having fun. I honestly haven't heard an album like this since Meatloaf's Bat Out Of Hell. This Is My Tree sounds like it's 40 years old but it's so fresh. Gotta listen to this one. So fun. 9/10.
35. Go-Kart Mozart - Mozart's Mini Mart: This was a goooooooooofy British electronic indie pop album. This was sooo weird and obscure. I will say though, easily my favorite album name of the year. The album is short so they did a pretty good job of keeping my interest throughout the whole thing even though I ended up not being too crazy about it. It's pretty obvious they don't really take themselves too serious which adds to their goofiness. Less than 3,000 monthly listeners on Spotify so it's pretty impressive these guys found themselves so high on this list. The music itself was pretty neat and fun but the whole thing was just way too out there for me. 6/10.
34. Hookworms - Microshift: I can confidently say this is one of my favorite albums of the year. It's a cool psychedelic/electronic/indie rock album that hits all the right spots. Cool vocals, cool effects, cool fucking music. The singers voice reminds me of something so familiar but I can't quite figure it out. It's pretty difficult to find anything about this album I didn't like. I really, really liked this. There was something different about it. The mix of electronic and indie rock is apparently a recipe for success. Static Resistance, Ullswater and Opener were my favorites off the album. Listen to this and enjoy. 10/10.
33. Connan Mockasin - Jassbusters: There pretty much isn't a more boring way to follow the Hookworms' album than with this one. I'm not claiming this one is bad. It was just boooooring. Thankfully it was a super short album. Every song just felt the same to me. No doubt this man is talented but I simply couldn't get into it. Glass of wine dinner making music imo. 6/10.
32. Gwenno - Le Kov: Cute lil indie pop record. Whole album is in Cornish so beats the fuck out of me what she's saying or singing about, but it's pretty nonetheless. The music accompanying her nice voice is worthwhile though, even though it's in another language. Compared to other albums with similar style, it's nothing special. But it's an easy listen, makes for pretty good background/working music. 6/10.
31. Gazelle Twin - Pastoral: Oh boy I was not a fan of this. Super strange industrial music that distracted the fuck out of me. I was annoyed, bored and simply could not get into this. Thankfully, this was less than 40 minutes long. It was weird. If you're into intense shit you'd probably like this. I however, am not and did not. 2/10.
30. Mélissa Laveaux - Radyo Siwél: Lots of fingerpicking, super soulful voice...pretty much everything I enjoy. Not sure what language she sings in but for the most part, it isn't in english. I was into it when I first started listening, but towards the end, I ended up not being particularly crazy about this. It didn't really move me or make me think about it in any way. I think I'd say half the songs were pretty good and the other half was just straight boring. 6/10.
29. Let's Eat Grandma - I'm All Ears: Don't let the strange name throw you off. There's honestly not a single bad thing I could say about this album. I enjoyed every second of it and have had it on repeat all week. These girls are something else. Super talented electronic/pop/synth band that does everything right. A lot of synth to create deep/dark sounds, beautiful vocals and songs that keep your attention throughout the entire album. It's Not Just Me, Falling Into You, Cool & Collected, Donnie Darko, etc. take your pick. Every song is great. I'd consider this a must listen. 10/10.
28. Dirty Projectors - Lamp Lit Prose: This just felt like a mess, I thought everything was kind of thrown all over the place. At times I found it to be too distracting, goofy, too weird, obscure. I don't get it. It was simply exhausting. Though I'll say I did enjoy That's A Lifestyle. 5/10.
27. IDLES - Joy As An Act Of Resistance: Holy smokes! This was incredible. It was intense, politically charged (albeit never feels like a political album), straight punk music. I can't remember the last time I've heard anything like this, if ever. Whatever IDLES did to produce this record should be imitated/replicated by every band today. I'm Scum leading into Danny Nedelko is my favorite one/two punch of tracks so far this year. Was difficult getting myself to move on with this list because this was so good. Very good chance this ends up as my AOTY. Instant classic. Listen to this now. 10/10.
26. John Prine - The Tree Of Forgiveness: This album will grow on you. Wonderful, warm, easy listening. If you're into Country/Americana, this is a pretty good record for you to dive into. There's some nice songs on here and there's certainly some forgettable ones. Definitely feel some Willie Nelson, Neil Young, etc. This is perfect background working music. Turn this on and just get shit done. I thought that Willie Nelson from earlier was better. Boundless Love is my favorite tune from this album. 7/10.
25. Courtney Marie Andrews - May Your Kindness Remain: Likely the best country album I've ever heard. As soon as the chorus hits on the albums opening track, you can tell how good it's going to be. I haven't felt that much during this list. It's so smooth, vocals are unimaginably good, lyrics are deep and incredibly thought out. There truly isn't a single bad song on this album. Great lyrics throughout. On the albums title track: "Broke on a barstool, throwin' your paycheck away/On overpriced booze, slots, and valet/Fortune might buy diamonds, all shiny and new/But it can't buy you happiness or love, that is true." Or from Took You Up: "Lonely even when you're standin' there/In so deep with few words to share/Sometimes love gets you so damn depressed/All you can do is hide from it/But I wouldn't have it any other way/Wouldn't take the mansions or the getaways/Wouldn't trade love for a million bucks/If I have you then that's enough." Country album of the year. Must listen for any country fan or simply anyone that appreciates great singing/songwriting. 10/10.
24. Paul Weller - True Meanings:
23. Kurt Vile - Bottle It In:
22. Father John Misty - God's Favorite Customer:
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2018.08.23 22:43 Erethor [Danish > English or French] Song Lyrics - Valravnen

Greetings ! Recently I stumbled on this traditionnal danish song, Valravnen played by Gny. While searching for the lyrics, which I'll reproduce below, I found a blog note about the plot of the story, and the main gist of the meaning, but sadly no complete translation to be found around the net. Could anyone help me with this ?

Valravnen
Ravnen flyver om aftenen
om dagen han ikke må
han skal have den onde lykke
den gode han ikke kan få

Chorus : Men Ravnen flyver om aftenen

Hør mig, hør mig du valravn vild
flyv du kun her ned til mig
al min lønlig sorrig
vil jeg nu sige dig

Min stedmoder har forvist min kære
langt ud i fremmed land
sølvet det hvide vil jeg dig give
før mig til min fæstemand

Sølvet det hvide og røden guld
vil jeg ikke af dig have
men den første søn I føder
skal I mig give som gave

Hermelin lagde sin hvide hånd
alt på den ravnefod
så fløj han hende over vilden hav
snart frem for sin fæstemand hun stod

Det var ej længere derefter da
end måneder uden fem
jomfru Hermelin går i bure
føder en søn så væn

Det var sig da den valravn vild
han satte sig på tind
mindes I jomfru Hermelin
hvad I mig nu har givet

Tager I nu det lille barn
og svøber i hviden lin
det vil jeg for sanningen sige jer
det ser aldrig moder sin

Ravnen udhugged' hans højre øje
drak ud hans hjerteblod
så blev han til så stærk en kriger
det var Hermelins broder

Men Ravnen flyver om aftenen
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2018.06.20 11:55 JorgeAndTheKraken Artist of the Week #16: Jay Som

Welcome to the 16th installment of our Panorama Artist of the Week threads! In these threads I will give you all the basic information you could want on an artist playing the festival. Please share your thoughts on them in the comments and if anyone has seen them live, please talk about their performance. Thanks for checking this out, and feel free to spread the word about the threads! Next up will be: Moodymann.
Artist: Jay Som
Background:
Melina Duterte, better known by her stage name Jay Som, is a Los Angeles-based DIY and bedroom-pop singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. The daughter of Filipino immigrants, she grew up outside of Oakland, California, and began playing trumpet and guitar at the age of 12. After foregoing enrollment in a music conservatory program to focus on songwriting, she began recording in her bedroom studio under the name “Jay Som,” which was created by an online baby name generator and which means “Victory Moon.” In 2015, she released nine tracks on her Bandcamp page - originally intended as demos, they began garnering attention and were later re-released as the album Turn Into. Opening slots for artists like Mitski, Japanese Breakfast, and Peter Bjorn & John would follow. Duterte’s first proper album, Everybody Works, arrived in March of 2017 and would end up on best-of lists from the likes of Pitchfork, Stereogum, Rolling Stone, and Entertainment Weekly. 2018 has seen her profile continue to rise with the release of additional songs and slots opening for bands like The National.
Related Artists: Soccer Mommy, Snail Mail, Japanese Breakfast
Style and Genre:
Jay Som’s music is defined by its bedroom-produced, DIY aesthetic. She plays every instrument on her recordings, and the result is decidedly lo-fi and intimate, demonstrating both a musical and lyrical vulnerability. Which is not to say that it’s shoddy - instead, it’s multidimensional and often mesmerizing dream-pop that draws from a wide range of influences. Duterte has cited everyone from Tame Impala and Yo La Tengo to Carly Rae Jepsen and My Bloody Valentine as artists from whom she takes inspiration, and it’s reflected in songs that are decidedly pop, but flecked with flavors of a variety of genres. Her vocal work is low and languid, delivering lyrics that showcase a vulnerability while favoring reality over escapism.
Discography:
Turn Into (2016)
Everybody Works (2017)
Songs to Check Out:
Baybee
Pirouette
The Bus Song
I Think You’re Alright
White Flag
OK, Meet Me Underwater
Live Performances:
Full Performance - Live on KEXP - 2017
Full Performance - NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert - 2017
Full Performance - Live on PressureDrop.tv - 2017
Full Performance - Billboard Live - 2017
‘I Think You’re Alright’ - Sofar NYC - 2016
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2018.06.13 17:08 JorgeAndTheKraken Artist of the Week #15: Supa Bwe

Welcome to the 15th installment of our Panorama Artist of the Week threads! In these threads I will give you all the basic information you could want on an artist playing the festival. Please share your thoughts on them in the comments and if anyone has seen them live, please talk about their performance. Thanks for checking this out, and feel free to spread the word about the threads! Next up will be: Jay Som.
Artist: Supa Bwe
Background:
Frederick S. Burton, known professionally as Supa Bwe (pronounced boy/boo/buoy), is an American hip-hop recording artist, producer, and audio engineer from the West Side of Chicago, Illinois. His early music education came from his parents - his British-born mother's punk and metal, and his father's hip-hop. Like many artists, he started out writing raps in class during his high school years, before diving into it more seriously around 2007. He first made waves with his group Hurt Everybody, which released an acclaimd mixtape, 2K47, in 2015. Supa Bwe would later strike out on his own, however, and rlease his debut album, Finally Dead, in late 2017. Featuring Xavier Omar, Saba, and more, the album premiered at number 3 on iTunes and has received critical acclaim from multiple outlets.
Related Artists: Towkio, Joey Purp, Vic Mensa
Style and Genre:
Supa Bwe is credited with bringing punk- and rock-influenced melodies (a part of his musical DNA courtesy of his mother) into the world of hip-hop before it was the thing every Soundcloud rapper was doing. This was most evident in his vocal delivery, which often amounted to emo-influenced screaming into Auto-tune. With Finally Dead, though, Supa Bwe has shown an ability to evolve, segueing away from the style he helped popularize and into more nuanced delivery flowing over beats he still programs himself that draw from R&B ballads, horn-heavy neosoul, and arty electro-pop. Thematically, his lyrics are deeply personal and have dealt with issues like his feelings of isolation and attempts to navigate his identity as a black man living in a relatively affluent suburban environment. It's this tension between inner rage and revelatory insightfulness that propels Finally Dead and fuels much of its creative energy.
Discography:
Finally Dead (2017)
Songs to Check Out:
Breakfast & Chill
Thot Goddess (Sailor Moon)
I Hate Being Alive
Take It Outside
Up Right Now
Fool Wit It Freestyle
Live Performances:
'I Hate Being Alive' - Metro Chicago (fan shot) - 2018
'Contacts' - Location unknown (fan shot) - 2016
'2K47' (w/Hurt Everybody) - Location unknown (fan shot) - 2015
'Show Me' (w/Taylor Bennett) - Location unknown - 2016
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2018.04.09 04:08 sconce2600 What the list's end game COULD HAVE looked like if it was just the top ten crossover festivals along with user additions.

The Lineup has been released! Bold denotes acts that ended up on the lineup.
POTENTIAL HEADLINERS
POTENTIAL UNDERCARD:
Playing seven major U.S. festivals
Playing six major U.S. festivals
Playing five major U.S. festivals
Playing four major U.S. festivals
Playing three major U.S. festivals
Playing two major U.S. festivals
Playing one major U.S. festival
Added by users, not currently playing any major U.S. festivals so far
The following have appeared at OSLs once before but have not released new material since their first stint and are therefore less likely to appear in 2018 (To date only Beck and Vance Joy have returned WITHOUT new material making the following acts much less likely)
The following is a list of bands that have played OSLs more than once and the gaps between return performances, considering only two acts have ever played OSLs three times, all acts in this section should be considered less likely than acts that have played OSLs once or never. Note that no act has ever returned quicker than a three year gap, Givers, Fantastic Negrito, and Big Boi were all makeup performances for prior year cancellations.
Headliners
Threepeaters
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Six year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
The following are past lineup drop dates, all lineup drops from 2012 to 2017 have occurred on a Tuesday:
ACTS CONFIRMED PRIOR TO LINEUP DROP:
NAMES THAT WERE NOT ON EITHER LIST THAT ULTIMATELY ENDED UP ON THE LINEUP (14):
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2018.03.29 14:22 byrel 2017 Pitchfork top 50 part 1

For 2018, I'm trying to listen to an album per day that I haven't previously - as part of that, I decided to listen to all of Pitchfork's top 50 albums of 2017
Almost all were listened to while I was at work, usually while writing code. I wrote a short review, and after about 10 albums in started listing my favorite track(s) on each album. As a little background, my personal preferences in music is a lot of Metal (especially the post and prog varieties), a bunch of Indie and a good dash of trashy pop (I unironically enjoy both Taylor Swift and Katy Perry).
My reviews mostly suck, but whatever.
Here is a playlist of all the tracks I liked enough to thumbs up across all 50 albums
Here are the albums I thought were the top 10: 1. Girlpool - Powerplant 2. Tyler, the Creator - Flower Boy 3. Julien Baker - Turn Out the Lights 4. Jay Som - Everybody Works 5. SZA - Ctrl 6. Kendrick Lamar - DAMN. 7. Bigh Thief - Capacity 8. Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory 9. Lana Del Rey - Lust For Life 10. Future - HNDRXX
Yaeji - EP/EP2 3/10 Electronic whatever, not really my deal
Open Mike Eagle - Brick Body Kids Still Daydream 6/10 Super chill beats and sound - best track is the radio song
(Sandy) Alex G - Rocket 6/10 Poison Man is really excellent. Vocals are really strange on about a third of the tracks
Kehlani - SweetSexySavage 5/10 I should take better notes, but I mostly thought it was ok
Laurel Halo - Dust 4/10 More electronic stuff that I don't appreciate that much
Girlpool - Powerplant 10/10 I love these guys - something about the way the sort of dreamy vocals are mixed with the warm slightly buzzy guitars just sounds incredible, absolutely awesome live - 1,2,3 and it gets more blue are my two favorite, and it gets more blue might have my favorite single line from a song last year
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - The Kid 5/10 I listened but I don't remember other than that I didn't enjoy it enough to listen to it twice
Lil B - Black Ken 5/10 I don't really get it, but I enjoyed it? Favorite track was Global
Vagabon - Infinite Words 6/10 Pretty solid chill indie - I think these guys would be outstanding live - best track is Fear and Force
Zola Jesus - Okovi 5/10 There's something about Zola Jesus' vocals that I've never enjoyed - I think I'd appreciate her music a bit more if it were just a little bit heavier - best track is Siphon
The XX - I See You 6/10 They've evolved a bit from thier first couple albums - instead of just the really sparse sounding pop, they also have a bit of a chillwave sort of feel - still pretty enjoyable but they've lost a bit of their uniqueness
Fleet Foxes - Crack-Up 7/10 I will never not be a fan of mythologically influenced folksy music - Fleet Foxes pick up well from where they left off with Helplessness Blues. Favorite track is probably If You Need To, Keep Time On Me
Drake - More Life 7/10 I suppose I should go back and listen to more of his back catalog? Anyway, really enjoyed this - favorite track was Gyalchester
Julie Byrne - Not Even Happiness 6/10 Pretty good singer-songwriter sort of stuff - the guitaring is well done and blends quite well with the vocals. Favorite track is Follow My Voice
Syd - Fin 8/10 This is great (it's also the first thing I've hit that I hadn't already listened to that I really loved) - super well produced, I love the way her voice fits in with the synth bass/drums/etc. Writing is a little weak in the mid half of the record. Favorite track is probably No Complaints or Shake Em Off
Playboy Carti - Playboi Carti 4/10 Another one that I don't really get - none of it really connected with me, and didn't feel like the rest of it was anything all that interesting
Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives 7/10 I liked this quite a bit - pretty chill electro something or another. Shines the most when it's the background with someone singing. Favorite track was We Go Home Together.
Kelly Lee Owens - Kelly Lee Owens 7/10 Another electronic something or another that I enjoyed quite a bit - chill vocals over relatively chill music. Favorite track is S.O
Lana Del Rey - Lust For Life 8/10 I mean it's Lana - yeah, she's basically some corporate image created to sell it to basic bitches but it's still really great pop. Solid album, but still doesn't top Born to Die. Favorite tracks: Lust for Life and Heroin.
Kamasi Washington - Harmony of Difference 6/10 It's pretty good jazz I guess but I never really listen to jazz except for maybe when I throw Coltrane on once a year or so. Album really feels more like one 40 minute song than separate tracks.
Slowdive - Slowdive 6/10 Shoegaze albums always disappoint compared to live shows (moreso than other genres imo) - album is pretty solid but if I'm in a slowdive mood, I'd probably put on one of their albums from their original run. Favorite track is No Longer Making Time
Run the Jewels - Run the Jewels 3 6/10 I like it and it's good and so forth but aren't all their albums pretty interchangeable? Anyway, favorite track was Call Ticketron
Ibeyi - Ash 7/10 Really well done if not entirely my cup of tea, dunno what I'd call it - minimalist electro soul maybe? Also feels like it's got a relatively strong dub influence. Favorite track was probably Away Away
Future - HNDRXX 8/10 I'm bad at describing but I like it a lot - probably as much as DS2. It was really long though - might have been a bit better if it was a little more focused. Favorite track was Selfish
Jay Som - Everybody Works 9/10 Wow - this is great - I don't think I quite like it as much as Powerplant, but it's easily the second best thing I've listened to so far. Depressing indie pop maybe? I dunno - dreamy vocals on top of swirling guitars, really well written. The only knock I have on it is it's really short :( - Favorite track is probably (BedHead) although The Bus Song is also amazing
Priests - Nothing Feels Natural 6/10 Pretty decent pop punk - favorite track was probably No Big Bang
Thundercat - Drunk 7/10 I almost stopped after the first 3-4 songs that were 100% falsetto, but glad I didn't - remainder of the album is really solid. Favorite track either Lava Lamp or Walk on By, Tokyo was pretty hilarious
Big Thief - Capacity 8/10 Yet another indie band with lady singer that I like a bunch - leans more toward singesongwritefolksy than Jay Som or Girlpool. Super chill and enjoyable, really well written and I think the production with her voice blended in the mix is really excellent. Favorite track is Shark Smile or Mythological Beauty.
St Vincent - Masseduction 7/10 Really good if you want artsy whatever - not really what I'm looking for that often but I can appreciate it. I think it's not quite as good as her earlier offerings (and was really disappointed in her live show on the tour which really doesn't have anything to do with the album review other than humblebrag about the number of shows I get to go to but whatever). Favorite track is probably Fear the Future.
Arca - Arca 6/10 Good: I really like the music. Bad: I think the singing is really distracting. Good: He only sings on some of the tracks. Favorite track is Castration. Least favorite track is any one with singing on it.
Bjork - Utopia 6/10 Bjork is always interesting and pushing boundaries - I have generally enjoyed her previous releases that skewed more electronic (ok that's most of them) and think this is probably one of her better efforts. Related sidenote - any song that uses a particular piece of technology as a line (something something mp3 in 'Blissing Me' is guaranteed to age poorly. Also related - 9 minute songs can be good but are sometimes sort of self indulgent. Favorite track is probably Courtship.
Migos - Culture 6/10 Good. I'm bad at describing rap. Liked the beats style whatever it is and thought the rapping was good too. Favorite track was Deadz.
Julien Baker - Turn Out the Lights 9/10 Yay more indie pop/folk/singer songwriter that's really well done. Her voice is great and the songs are well written and blahblahblah - still doesn't beat Girlpool in my opinion but really excellent - second favorite thing I've listened to on the list so far, just ahead of Jay Som. Favorite track is I don't even know, there are too many good songs but maybe Shadowboxing?
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Rest 7/10 Came in completely unfamiliar but probably slightly negative expectations and found the album overall really enjoyable - I'd be interested in knowing how much of it was Charlotte and how much was SebastiAn. Don't know exactly what genre I'd slot it into. Favorite track was probably Kate.
Perfume Genius - No Shape 6/10 The first two songs on the album blew me away and are both amazing. The rest of the album was kind of boring. Favorite tracks are Otherside and Slip Away.
Sampha - Process 5/10 I just cannot get into whatever this is - R&B I guess? It's well produced, and reasonably well written but I just did not feel it. Favorite track was Reverse Faults.
Mount Eerie - A Crow Looked at Me 7/10 I like sad music a lot. This is too much. It's very beautiful and heartbreaking. The music and melodies are very well done in a very minimalistic style. I generally don't like a really direct lyrical style but I feel like it fits this album really well - you can really feel him try to understand what is happening with everything. Favorite track is Seaweed.
Jay-Z 4:44 6/10 I think my ratings on rap/r&b are on average the shortest (probably because I don't have enough background in the genres) anyway - I thought this was pretty good? Favorite track was by far 4:44, none of the others really jumped out at me
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2018.03.05 20:13 KokishinNeko Eureddision - National Playlist

Eureddision : National Playlist (no vote)

Welcome to the first edition of Eureddision, an international song contest with karma, gold and drama ! On order to select the best pan-european song of the year.
We will proceed in two steps for the national selections :
1 - a thread to submit your idea of what is the best song of the year for your country.
2 - a thread to vote for the best one, which will compete for the Eureddision's title.
Feel free to submit and comment, as songs will be aggregated to make a national playlist for everyone to enjoy!
Let's have fun!

Rules of submission

Shall be accepted submissions respecting the following requirements :
For an entry to be acceptable, it shall respect the following template :
 * [**Artist** - *Title*](link) (genre) "Little text to describe the song and explain why it should be selected - username" 
OP will aggregate the admitted songs and make a YouTube playlist.
Thank you all in advance for your submissions and your enthousiasm !

Please stay civil and don't insult others taste :)

Current playlist

The Eureddision team

Obrigado a todos pelas sugestões, vamos criar a thread de concurso brevemente.

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2017.03.08 05:59 sconce2600 I have compiled all the data from this sub and broken down who is out and who is still in play, I will update this list daily until the lineup is released.

Edit 4/4: The lineup has dropped, bold denotes acts playing
This is a list of acts that are potentially in and are most certainly out for OSLs 2017, I mostly stuck to notable names so that I only had to turn over hundreds of rocks rather than thousands. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop (within 30 days at this point I should think). If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park/Levi's Stadium in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center in Sacramento CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion in Concord CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater in Oakland CA (May through November)
Edit 4/3/17 (undeadsinatra) added: Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga CA (May through November
Out due to gigs at the Warfield in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th, this is just the first several lines)
Out due to playing Santa Cruz American music festival in Santa Cruz CA (May 27th & 28th)
Out due to playing Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 2nd-4th)
Out due to playing Phono Del Sol Music and Food Festival in San Francisco CA (June 17th)
Out due to playing Id1ot Fest in Mountain View CA (June 24th & 25th)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (July 1st & 2nd)
Out due to playing San Jose Jazz Summer Fest in San Jose CA (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Probably out due to Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs, note that this festival is seven days long and therefore it is possible that some of the names below will make it to OSLs, we'll know more when the day by day breakdown comes out)
The following are acts that were in the first six lines of OSLs in 2015 and 2016 that are not already ruled out above and can safely be assumed out for this year.
Headliners
2016
2015
Others that are out
Edit 3/11/17 added: The following are acts that played bay area gigs the same year as an OSLs appearance
2016
2015
2014
Edit 3/13/17 added: The following is a list of returnees and the gaps between return performances
Headliners
No gap
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
The following are acts that are still in play that have been mentioned in this sub since January 1st, this does not mean that every name below is necessarily likely so much as not eliminated.
Potential Headliners
Potential Undercard
Edit 3/13/17 added: Past lineup drop dates:
Edit 3/27/17 added: Confirmations
Electric guest: Confirmed on 3/27/17 by A_lonerist https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/61povt/electric_guest_confirmed/
Metallica: Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by r-fitz_24 https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/6290zj/osl_twitter_basically_confirmed_metallica/
Empire of the Sun Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by 0kvn_prz0 https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/5y60fc/i_have_compiled_all_the_data_from_this_sub_and/dfkrq94/?context=3
Sofi Tucker Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by IrateDesperado https://www.reddit.com/OutsideLands/comments/62b3sw/new_hints_megathreadspeculation/dfl7nky/
Acts that were mentioned by no one that ended up on the lineup (in order of appearance)
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