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MGMT / Re: Funzone 2.0 MGMT Fanclub
« on: January 06, 2015, 07:23:40 PM »
I received an email that a funzone package has shipped.  I guess this is our Fanzine  ;D

Music / Re: Tame Impala
« on: January 05, 2015, 11:02:41 AM »
Coming off the heels of Lonerism being named the #4 record of the decade so far in one of NME's stupid lists, is the news that we will have a new record in 2015!!!!!!

Music / Re: KUROMA
« on: December 29, 2014, 01:21:02 AM »

I sooo want it to be out for me to listen to on the beach in February, but that's so not happening :(.

MGMT / Re: Hangin Brain with simon o'conor
« on: December 25, 2014, 01:59:08 AM »

Andrew is right up there with Jim Carrey in face contortion skillz

Music / Re: KUROMA
« on: December 24, 2014, 09:26:53 PM »

Feature ⋅  Jeremy Daniel  ⋅  December 24th, 2014 ⋅  378 Views

Started in 2012 by Hank Sullivant, former bassist of The Whigs and guitarist of MGMT, Sullivant had just finished recording his as-yet-untitled solo project. When he slipped the compact disc of stuff he had just recorded into his computer, he was more than a bit surprised to find every track brimming with metadata. Artist: Kuroma. Who was he to argue with serendipity?

For Kuromarama, Sullivant recruited James Richardson, Simon O'Connor and Will Berman to round out the band. Recorded between the band's hometowns of Brooklyn, NY and Athens, GA, the sound of Kuromarama most closely resembles that of an artisanal prescription spectrum of liquified jollyrancher, each flavor each color imbued with a solace wrung from the depths of a salty ocean trench. Kuroma play refreshing, soul-satisfying music. Their sound is the sound a record needle would make if it traced the bottom of a rainbow's grooves.


Music / Re: KUROMA
« on: December 17, 2014, 05:56:26 PM »
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Kuroma's new single and I love it!!!

Kuromarama out in 2015, maybe someone will pop in to give us a hopeful date.  I know that this has been complete for some time and Hank and company have been anxious to get it released  :)

MGMT / Our Birthday Wishes for Ben, 2014
« on: December 11, 2014, 02:53:59 AM »

I hope you're having a smashing birthday Ben!  I wish that I could mix a delicious Mint Julep for you on your special day

Thanks for everything this's been exactly one year for me since my diagnoses, and the news today was not what I wanted to hear, but I'm so very grateful for the wonderful memories that you guys gave me-in a million years, I couldn't have dreamt it.  Cheers to you today, with love, lala

MGMT / Re: Hangin Brain with simon o'conor
« on: November 26, 2014, 11:20:41 AM »
Volume 6 is out now!

MGMT / Re: Blikk Fang is finally happening! (Andrew and Kevin Barnes)
« on: November 24, 2014, 09:12:31 AM »
Veronica, Owl, do either of you know the time frame on this?  I'm so not up to date on anything right now. I'm in NYC and rarely on line.

The Show / Re: Louisville, KY November 22
« on: November 22, 2014, 08:58:50 PM »
A year ago tonight was night one of an epic front-row-no-barrier double header.  I may or may not have almost gotten arrested. 

MGMT / Re: Photos and Graphics
« on: November 10, 2014, 10:06:45 PM »
A mishmash of the past few nights.

Personal Fest, Argentina

Personal Fest, Argentina

Those are from

I apologize for not quoting the source on a lot of these.  I pulled a lot of them off of the tumblr mgmt tag and many weren't quoted but mostly, honestly, I'm tired and don't feel great.  I fell a sleep a couple of times in the process of assembling the post.  Anyway, they are all clearly professional shooters as typically, this thread is. 

MGMT / Re: Random MGMT Thoughts
« on: November 10, 2014, 09:19:49 PM »
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Andrew is feeling motivated and inspired to write :)

The Internets / Re: ♫ We love you in Glacial Ways ♫ (II)
« on: November 10, 2014, 09:13:03 PM »
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MGMT / Re: MGMT @ the Guggenheim
« on: November 10, 2014, 08:41:35 PM »
Three years removed.  It seems like a lifetime ago.  It feels like yesterday.  We were so lucky.  So damn lucky to have been there.  One of the most special experiences of my life.

MGMT / Re: Flaming Lips Sergeant Pepper tribute featuring MGMT
« on: November 10, 2014, 04:42:01 PM »
I just heard Lucy for the first time yesterday.  I thought it was brilliant but here's what I was wondering...was it a brilliant remake or was it a remake of a brilliant song?  Sometimes I forget just how incredible The Beatles were.  This is going to be the most old fogey thing I've ever written ("old fogey" is the second most):  I'm just so sad about the music "kids today" are listening to.  It's utter rubbish on the radio.  I think that one of the absolute greatest things that I did as a parent is expose my kids to good music.  I gave them the foundation and they did the rest.  I remember hearing The Beatles blaring from my son's room one night.  He had "found" them on his own.  Now I'm not implying that there isn't great music being made now-we're Here , aren't we?  It's the manufactured, over produced, prefab, formulated shit that's on the radio that makes me sad.  Yes, there is some art out there, but most of it is formulated, money making garbage.  It's so distressing because music is so important.  For most, it's the first form of art and beauty that reaches out and touches us.  It makes us feel.  Music needs to be experienced.  Kids need to be awakened and their souls need to be touched by art. 

Sorry...I really did mosey in here just to say I liked a song.
i totally agree with your message but don't you think that this album was a little over cooked? i love worm mountain but this is just crazy over drive, fuzz, noise,  and featuring some "artists" that fit perfectly with "formulated, money making garbage"
I have only listened to Lucy, and my comments were actually inspired by The Beatles not the Lios. That being said, I do like a lot of the Lips stuff, however, I wasn't really fond of the last album. I just started blabbering about my reaction to Lucy. I'm not sure what produced my warm reception of that song. I only listened to it once.

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