I Thought I Told You Twice: Bike Thiefs’ “Lean Into It”

If you've been seeking a band that supports dogs with anxiety and demurs at the consumerist principle of destination weddings, you probably need to meet¬†Bike Thiefs. Fundamentally, I insist that you need to have your bike stolen to really understand life--fortunately, this three piece out of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada isn't so dire. Conversational, yes. Sardonic,... Continue Reading →

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Get on It

As soon as I hear a beat, my heart skips, I get on it / Don't be obtuse, I'm so acute don't even need chronic / The sonic elation got me bombing radio stations / Facing a blank age disappearing from this great nation / No patience, so we bleed from our eyes onto kilobytes... Continue Reading →

can’t seem to care (song)

[Dig the vibrations put out by morning sickness. Lyrics struck by Jack. Spoken by some amusia weirdo¬†named Andy.] When I was born The universe conspired to take me out of this life. Just had to live one more life. . My mama was Maya. My daddy was Shiva. And I was born a helpless Ganesha.... Continue Reading →

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