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Normally, I don't use this space to talk about stuff I do on Stylus. It'd be a bit like a high school fanzine hosting an ad for a small local paper, i.e. don't bother, but still, in this instance I feel compelled. I'm involved in 2 Stycasts today, one with pretty nice guy/pretty funny guy Sasha Frere-Jones, and one with Todd Burns and Allstonian/Stylus fellow Michael F. Gill, both of which can be found on the Stycast page. With Sasha, I stumble through my hazy love for Keren Ann and my concerns about U.K. hip-hop. On the other, I totally slay Burns and Gill with Julee Cruise, which, goddamn, I can't even talk about without getting all frazzled, deep-like. They both turned out pretty well, I think.

Yesterday, I futzed around tweaking a 90's pop mix for two of my closest friends (who I've known for over 10 years, pre-testicle drop), and I got totally choked up on Boyz II Men's "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday." So human!


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5:22 PM  
Blogger Adley said...

While the 90's pop mix still needs a bit more tweaking, it was a lovely moment to have the virtual and tactile worlds collide with the first "OH!" in "Unbelievable."

11:27 PM  

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