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Bodies and Artifacts (interlude)—Freud's Body-Ego

Freud The Ego and the Id (orig. 1923) trans. Joan Riviere, ed. James Strachey I think we shall gain a great deal by following the suggestion of a writer who, from personal motives, vainly asserts that he has nothing to do with the rigours of pure science. I am speaking of Georg Groddeck, who is never tired of insisting that what we call our ego behaves essentially passively in life, and that, as he expresses it, we are 'lived' by unknown and uncontrollable forces. We have all had impressions of...
Tags: Jazz, Freud, Psychoanalysis, Stefan Kac, Interludes, James Strachey, Freud (sigmund, Bodies And Artifacts (series, The Body-ego, Joan Riviere, Georg Groddeck, Groddeck


How to create a Spotify playlist on desktop or mobile

You can create your own playlists on Spotify no matter what version of the platform you're using. DaniloAndjus/Getty Images You can create a new playlist on the desktop version of Spotify via the left sidebar. You can also create a playlist from within the Spotify mobile app, even if you have a free account. At the bottom of the playlist, Spotify will include suggested songs based on your listening habits. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Creating custom pl...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Facebook, Spotify, Music, Trends, Playlists, Spotify Premium, Tech Insider, Spotify playlists, Spotify Free, Spotify app, Tech Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, Devon Delfino


Fugees Postpone Reunion Tour

When the Fugees announced they’d be reuniting for a global tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of their 1996 blockbuster The Score, it seemed too good to be true. And maybe it was! The legendary rap group — Ms. Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Pras Michel — has just announced that they’re postponing the tour until early 2022.
Tags: Music, News, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Fugees, Pras Michel, Pras, Ms Lauryn Hill Wyclef Jean


Melkbelly – “Haunted Trails”

Band To Watch alumni Melkbelly returned in the spring of 2020 with a new album called Pith. Later in the year, frontwoman Miranda Winters also popped up with the All Purpose 7-inch, and then Melkbelly contributed to the Father/Daughter and Wax Nine Christmas album Simply Having A Wonderful Compilation.
Tags: Music, New Music, Melkbelly, Miranda Winters


Sis – “Double Rapture”

Berkeley-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Sis — aka Jenny Gillespie Mason, the founder of Native Cat Recordings — has announced a new EP, Gnani, which follows last year’s one-off “Finger-paint” and the 2019 LP Gas Station Roses. Along with the news is a brand-new single, “Double Rapture,” which is available to stream below.
Tags: Music, Berkeley, New Music, Sis, Jenny Gillespie Mason, Native Cat Recordings


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

It was an appropriately spooky week around here with a Cannibal Corpse Counting Down, A Dario Argento-inspired Black Market, and a package of scorpions. Also Lulu turns 10 on Sunday, reminding us of our mortality. Your most spooktacular comments from the past seven days are below.
Tags: Music, Lulu, Shut Up Dude, Dario Argento


Turns Out Poland Is A Hotbed Of Sacred Choral Music

Paweł Łukaszewski, now his nation’s leading living composer, has written a lot of good music for choir. So have his Polish colleagues and predecessors going back centuries, he says, and he’s started a festival in London to bring the rest of the world’s attention to it. – Bachtrack
Tags: Art, Music, London, Poland, Paweł Łukaszewski


Ice Cube Drops Out Of Jack Black Movie Oh Hell No Over Vaccination Requirement

Ice Cube is saying oh hell no to Oh Hell No. And vaccines. The rapper has departed Sony’s upcoming comedy, which he was set to star in alongside Jack Black, after refusing the producers’ requests to get vaccinated, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Tags: Music, News, Sony, Ice Cube, Jack Black


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week’s countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify.
Tags: Music, Amine, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Spoon, Sasami, Yaeji, Ibibio Sound Machine, OHHYUK


Watch A Clip From Guided By Voices’ Earliest Known Concert Video, Unearthed For New Limited-Edition DVD

The earliest known concert footage of Guided By Voices has been unearthed for a new limited edition DVD. Recorded live at the Dayton, Ohio Riverfest on May 26th, 1986 for Dayton Public Access TV, the video features Bob Pollard, Mitch Mitchell, Paul Comstock, and Peyton Eric playing 16 songs in 40 minutes. The Thank You Very Much For Absolutely Nothing DVD is limited to 1000 copies and available only through Rockathon Records. Watch a clip of the band performing “She Wants To Know” below.
Tags: Music, News, Guided By Voices, Dayton Ohio Riverfest, Bob Pollard Mitch Mitchell Paul Comstock, Peyton Eric, Rockathon Records Watch


Hey, You — Put Some Halloween Directly in Your Ears

Image via VintageHalloweenCollector under CC license As we creep up on Halloween weekend, you may desire some tunes to help you celebrate. Between our two music ministers, Rob and Tuffley, and myself, the music janitor, we have options for you. First up, let’s say you’re having a brief Halloween party. If so, I certainly hope you’re being as safe as possible. Tuffley has a two-hour Halloween mix under his Randomizer banner for you to enjoy. But let’s say you’ve got an en...
Tags: Halloween, Music, Cc, 32 Days of Halloween, Rob, Paul Lynde, Tuffley, Rob Levy, 3rd Halloweens


Wild Pink – “Brothers” (Pillow Queens Cover)

The Dublin-based Band To Watch Pillow Queens released their debut album In Waiting a little over a year ago. The last year and a half being what it was, the group got a lot of buzz but couldn’t quite capitalize on it. Now, they’ve announced their largest tour to date, and they’re marking the occasion with a special covers EP.
Tags: Music, Dublin, New Music, Wild Pink, Pillow Queens


Britney Turns 20

Twenty years ago Britney Spears recorded “I’m Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman.” A goopy piano line and a karaoke-bar drum machine preset signal its seriousness. She and producer Max Martin wanted a ballad manifesto for Crossroads, a road-trip film about being Britney Spears but with Dan Aykroyd as the father resisting her maturation. For their idea of sensitive lyrics they tapped Dido Armstrong, whose “Thank You” turned into a massive hit in its own right after Eminem’s fan-ambivalent “Stan” interpo...
Tags: Music, Eminem, Pharrell, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Stockholm, The Anniversary, Max Martin, Martin, Dido, Dan Aykroyd, Chad Hugo, The Neptunes, Britney Turns, Dido Armstrong


Boss – “Cash ‘Em In”

In recent years, Fucked Up drummer Jonah Falco, also of bands like Career Suicide and Game, has been living in England and producing some of the best records to come out of the great recent wave of UK punk and hardcore. Falco’s recent productions include recored from Chubby And The Gang and the Chisel, two overlapping bands that have been making some truly fired-up old-school street-punk. In retrospect, a 2018 single might’ve told us everything that was about to happen.
Tags: Music, UK, England, Boss, Career Suicide, New Music, Falco, Fucked Up, Rixe, Jonah Falco, Chubby And The Gang, The Chisel, Charlie Manning Walker, Maxime Smadja


Anthology Recordings Is Reissuing Three Obscure ’70s LPs From Artists On Their Incredible Sad About The Times Comp

Anthology Recordings, the reissue arm of the Mexican Summer label group, released Still Sad, a sequel to the 2019 compilation Sad About The Times, earlier this year. Put together by the label’s Keith Abrahmsson and Total Control’s Mikey Young, they’re both well-curated collections of spacey AOR from forgotten private press troubadours.
Tags: Music, News, Times, David Chalmers, Mikey Young, Boz Metzdorf, Art Lown, Times Comp, Keith Abrahmsson


The Month In Metal – October 2021

In a tone far more diplomatic than I deserve, Burst is letting me know that I have, in fact, fucked up. “This is a very blasphemous question,” the guitarist for the speed metal band Blood Sport writes in an email. “The music is a vital part of the Argento style and I don’t think the songs are even that bad!”
Tags: Music, Dario Argento, Alda, The Black Market, Be'lakor, Møl, Shadowland, Abstract Void, Autumn Nostalgie, Blood Sport, Concrete Winds, Ethereal Shroud, Lhaäd, Sign Of The Jackal, Sundrowned


The Portfolio: HHP’s silver lining at Back To The City

Jabba’s Back To The City performance in 2016 was a late-career triumph for the visionary MC, but its promise would prove elusive The post The Portfolio: HHP’s silver lining at Back To The City appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Rap, Hip-hop, Friday, the City, Trap, Jabba, Gqom, Emtee, Metro FM, Kwaito, The Portfolio, Nasty C, A-Reece, Hip Hop Pantsula, HHP


Fetty Wap Arrested On Federal Drug Charges At Rolling Loud


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Warum ich trotz meiner sozialen Ängste zu Partys eingeladen werden will

Ablehnung ist ein unvermeidlicher Teil des Erwachsenseins, ähnlich wie das rechtzeitige Bezahlen von Rechnungen und die jährliche Steuererklärung. Niemand mag es, sich ausgeschlossen zu fühlen – schließlich brauchen wir Menschen das Gefühl von Gemeinschaft und sozialer Zugehörigkeit. Wenn du aber eine Sozialphobie hast, wird das Gefühl, ignoriert zu werden, zu einer lähmenden Kombination aus Unsicherheit und Depression. Ausgeschlossen zu werden, fühlt sich beschissen an. Wenn du an ei...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Welt, Kontakt, Tod, American Psychological Association, Preis, Ding, Kopf, Wunsch, Instagram Post, Kreis, Oder, Freund, Stich, Egal


Aimee Mann – “I See You”

Next week, the great veteran singer-songwriter Aimee Mann will release Queens Of The Summer Hotel, a new album of songs that she wrote for a prospective stage-musical adaptation of Girl, Interrupted. We’ve posted the early singles “Suicide Is Murder” and “Burn It Out,” and now Mann has also shared the new song “I See You.”
Tags: Music, New Music, Mann, Aimee Mann


Jabba: In pursuit of hip-hop greatness

Jabba was an an innovator who paved a lane and nurtured a genre, but he only ever wanted to be a Maftown hero The post Jabba: In pursuit of hip-hop greatness appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Rap, Hip-hop, Strictly Come Dancing, Friday, Get Up, Peter Tosh, Jabba, Lira, Long Street, Khuli Chana, Cassper Nyovest, Harambe, Acceptance Speech, Focalistic, Maglera Doe Boy


The 10 best HHP songs ranked (+1 for luck)

Monster hits and expressive deep cuts from HHP’s extensive catalog, ranked from best to very good by Sabeo Mkhabela The post The 10 best HHP songs ranked (+1 for luck) appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Ancestors, List, Rap, Hip Hop, Friday, Imagination, Tumi, Proverb, Jabba, Bosso, GC, Khuli Chana, Thank You Note, Cassper Nyovest, Harambe


Stream Dinosaur Jr.’s Surprise Live Album Emptiness At The Sinclair

Dinosaur Jr. have released a surprise live album, Emptiness At The Sinclair, which is now available to stream. Recorded at the Sinclair in Boston, the album features some newer tracks from this year’s Sweep It Into Space, plus plenty of Dino classics like “Feel The Pain” and “Freak Scene,” among other goodies.
Tags: Music, Boston, Dinosaur Jr, New Music, Dino


Zayn Pleads No Contest In Altercation With Yolanda Hadid

Zayn Malik is facing charges following a blowout fight with Yolanda Hadid, the mother of his longtime partner Gigi Hadid, last month. reports that he has broken up with Gigi, with whom he shares a 13-month-old daughter named Khai, and is being charged with four criminal offenses of harassment against both Hadids. He’s pleading no contest to one of the charges.
Tags: Music, News, Gigi, Zayn Malik, Gigi Hadid, Zayn, Yolanda Hadid, Khai


The National Turns 20

The day Trouble Will Find Me came out felt like a feverish culmination. It was brutally, disgustingly hot and humid in New York, and the National were running all over town, playing a set of surprise shows that retraced their steps through origin stories: first at the tiny Ditmas Park bar Sycamore, blocks from Aaron Dessner’s house/studio; then the now-defunct Williamsburg venue Public Assembly, already rechristened from Galapagos, as it had been called when the National played it in the ’00s; a...
Tags: Music, New York, Manhattan, National, Galapagos, The Anniversary, The National, Williamsburg, Mercury Lounge, Aaron Dessner, Ditmas Park, Public Assembly


Revisiting Planet Jabba

For a man to whom music was a mission, the local industry ultimately proved too narrow The post Revisiting Planet Jabba appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Aretha Franklin, Rap, Hip Hop, Friday, Chicco, Jabba, Cape Town International Jazz Festival, Walk On By, Hip Hop Pantsula, Jabulani Tsambo, Verbal Assassins, HHP, Thasman, E’smile, EMI/CCP


Willie Nelson & Lukas Nelson – “All Things Must Pass” (George Harrison Cover)

Willie Nelson is 88 years old, and he’s about to release his third studio album of 2021. Nelson recorded the new LP The Willie Nelson Family with his sister, his sons, his daughters, and his longtime backing band. We’ve already posted first single “Family Bible,” and now the Nelsons have also shared their take on the George Harrison classic “All Things Must Pass.”
Tags: Music, George Harrison, Willie Nelson, Nelson, New Music, Lukas Nelson, Nelsons, Promise of the Real


Stream Colombian Hardcore Band Unidad Ideológica’s Ferocious Self-Titled Debut

Unidad Ideológica are a hardcore band out of Bogotá with a maniacally noisy sound that verges on black metal at times. It’s so fast and visceral, though, that you might just think of it as punk. Whatever you want to call it, it rips. The band’s self-titled debut album, recorded during strict lockdowns earlier in this year, courses with an anger that comes through loud and clear even if you don’t understand Spanish. It sounds like destruction sweeping across the land, and at just 15 minutes total...
Tags: Music, Bogota, New Music, Unidad Ideológica, Hardcore Band Unidad Ideológica


Armand Hammer & The Alchemist – “Moneylenders”

Back in March, all-time great rap producer the Alchemist got together with Armand Hammer, the duo of the great underground rappers billy woods and Elucid, to release the collaborative LP Haram. It remains one of 2021’s best rap albums. Alchemist has now put out some new physical editions of Haram on his own label, giving it new art and adding some new features. All of the vinyl editions, including the instrumental one, are already sold out, but you can still get it on cassette and CD. And today,...
Tags: Music, New Music, The Alchemist, Haram, Billy Woods, Alchemist, Elucid, Armand Hammer


Stream Pittsburgh Punk Band White Stains’ Nasty Debut Album Make Me Sick

There’s something oddly comforting about seeing an album cover and knowing exactly what you’re about to get. Make Me Sick, the first album from the Pittsburgh punk band, is that kind of record. Band name? Album title? Circle-A in the band logo? Studded wristband? Middle finger? Dangling uvula? Black-ink artwork? Oh yeah. That’s truth in advertising right there.
Tags: Music, Pittsburgh, New Music, White Stains, Stream Pittsburgh Punk Band White Stains



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