Aurgasm: Obi Best’s debut album, Capades, is a startling and addicting collection of refined pop songs. Whether it is the more orchestral ballads or synth-driven electropop that make up Capades; the record is equally dreamy, witty and infectious. Alex Lilly’s capricious lyrics are tempered by tight musical arrangements, resulting in a playful and most importantly,
Wow!! I was absolutely floored by this particular podcast. The first half was interesting and got my ears pricked while I was immersed in other work, but really it’s the second half, which goes into the history of how the various Native American tribes lived and fed themselves over the ages — it’s incredibly fascinating!
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PLEO The Robotic Baby Dinosaur (Requires Flash for the full experience) Tyson Beckford falls for Pleo He’s based on UGOBE’s LIFE OS an open architecture! (YouTube link) Thanks Pieter!
By Daniel Everett BBC Book of the Week – listen only while it lasts Daniel Everett lived among the Pirahã, a small tribe of Amazonian Indians in central Brazil, whose remoteness meant that their language was incomprehensible. He began as a linguist and a missionary, his task to translate the New Testament into their dialect.
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De 10 à 60 ans – 1 girl through 6 decades. Vogue Paris November 2008 with Eniko Mihalik by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin styled by Carine Roitfeld, make-up by Lisa Butler Remember IT IS THE SAME MODEL on every photo
Aurgasm: Lead by multi-talended producer Thomas Brenneck, The Menahan Street Band offers a solid blend of instrumental funk, late sixties sounding soul, latin grooves and afrobeat. Back in 2007, long before the group’s debut album, the Brooklyn based ensemble drew attention for their outstanding “Make The Road By Walking” track, which was sampled for the