Monday Links

On Twitter (and Facebook) I share links each day to various stuff that I think is great and/or worth people’s time. But not everyone that comes here is on Twitter or Facebook, so I gather up the best of those links each Monday and post them here so everyone can get in on the fun. If you’ve missed any of the past Monday Links (or just want to waste some time), check the archive of posts here.

Ryan Hollingsworth has released the latest volume of his Good Medicine mix series, this one full of summer jams and appropriately titled Summer Gold. Go grab it right here– it’s real, real good.

No big deal, just Laura Marling playing ‘I Was An Eagle’ next to a creek. Happens all the time.

This New York Times piece on what music does to our brains was the most interesting thing I read all week.

Second most interesting thing I read all week? This NPR piece on how we describe the music we love.

Third most interesting thing I read all week? All these maps showing the different ways we pronounce things based on location in the US.

Mister Rogers got remixed (again) and it’s awesome. And kinda creepy. But mostly awesome.

This new Tumblr made me laugh until I cried… and also made me lose all faith in ‘the kids’ all over again.

Night Beds has been playing a stunning, slowed down version of ‘Borrowed Time’ on their latest tour, and now, thanks to KUTX, there’s really good video of it.

This…just isn’t fair. Enjoy.


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One Response to Monday Links

  1. Josh says:

    I’m sure that yo have seen the other Mister Rogers remix…. but in case you havent-

    This brought tears to my eyes. What a wonderful person.
    And thanks for the Alt-J cover, your comment about the sax and pregnancy cracked me up.

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