Jim Bachor's ode to quaratine's humble heroes and strange commodities

10 uplifting things I found on the internet this week #4

I actually missed like 17 days since the last installment of this. Sorry about that, I have just been really busy. I have a lot of cool stuff to share if that's any consolation. Welcome to the Khruangbin funk train Funkadelic purveyors of sunshine grooves Khruangbin have released another genius video clip. This time two…

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Day in the life: Facebook is destroying our understanding of normal life

Mind-expanding books that opened up the world to me as a teenager #Booktag

Some books help you as a teenager to move beyond the claustrophobic and limited world you were born into. We can't help where we were born or who our family is. However, when we are young, if we read the right books, we may just be able to transcend challenging beginnings and see the world…

The 'Kissing in the dark' Valentine's playlist

Kissing in the dark: The non-corney Valentine’s playlist

I just love these songs though, they have something sexy and slightly dark and thrilling to them, a perfect antidote to the sugary-sweet pop that masquerades as modern music and the more cliched romantic songs you would expect for Valentine's Day. There's a bit of house, disco, chill-out, jazz, rock, funk...all of it is pretty amazing in my opinion, let me know what you think. Are there any songs you can remember that remind you of certain romantic encounters? let me know...

Exotic Ads of the Past: Candy Cigarettes so kids can smoke like dad

80's kids from Australia or New Zealand will remember cigarettes you could buy at the shop called FAGS. Yes- that's correct, FAGS. Just to make pretend smoking sugary-sweet versions of fake cigarettes even worse, they went ahead and made a gay taunt. And did it make eight year old me feel cool while smoking FAGs…

One electronic music channel to rule to them all

The most embarassingly shit songs of my 90’s adolescence

This list is inspired by Anthony Fantano AKA The Needle Drop's list of the most cringe-worthy songs that he loved as a teenager. In case you don't know of his channel, Anthony normally reviews amazing music both new and old in a really interesting way.

Style inspiration: 90's era Lisa Bonet

Style inspiration: 90’s era Denise Huxtable

Lisa Bonet aka Denise Huxtable from the Cosby Show was a 80's and 90's style maven who had a timeless way of pulling together an outfit and then carrying it off with poise and grace. Her funky and unusual fashion choices left a mark on many young women of that era (including me). Her hair…