Musical act featured on this last season of “Catfish” or twitterbot?

  • Milky Chance
  • Shanee Pink
  • Johnnyswim
  • General Ghost
  • Wake Owl
  • Gin Wigmore
  • Frances Cone
  • Inspired And The Sleep
  • Ha Ha Tonka
  • Gigamesh
  • Mr. Little Jeans
  • Diane Coffee
  • Moon Taxi
  • Labyrinth Ear

Answer: all are musical acts featured on this last season of Catfish.


They’re all gone now.  

Tommy Ramone passed on earlier today.

The above clip is from forty years ago.

Adios amigos, indeed.

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After all my foodblogging last time Leila left me here alone, I thought I’d offer the terrific 4th anniversary dinner of Fettuccine Alfredo she made last night as contrast (we’ll hit the town in style this weekend). Spotify was still there - we’re making a playlist of her fave Top 40s from high school - but doesn’t get seat at the table. Neither does Admiral Akbar.

Me when I think about all the awesome home cooked meals I’ve had since living with Leila.

She’s the beessssst.

A scene from Eli Wallach’s first movie, Baby Doll, that will forever be scarred in my brain. RIP.


Eamon, “Fuck It” (Top 40 debut: 1/3/04, chart peak: #16)

MTV: Your music blends the smoothness of R&B with the grittiness of hip-hop.

Eamon: I call it ho-wop. It’s the flavor of hip-hop, the flavor of doo-wop, and hoes. The whole album is just me writing and saying what I feel and not holding back at all.

(on G-Unit (not 50 Cent): ’00s Silver!)

In hindsight, dude looks like Drake’s darkest timeline.

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Eden’s Crush, “Get Over Yourself” (Top 40 debut: 3/31/01, chart peak: #8)

Did you know that if Eden’s Crush label London-Sire had gone under just a little earlier, Nicole Scherzinger would have been in the Black Eyed Peas instead of Fergie? Marvel should do a What If? issue about it.

(Would be on The Crunking & The Crying: Early ’00s Gold!)

We up to the aughts on my Top 40 blog, in case you’re in the mood for a little premature nostalgia!

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Saw Edge of Tomorrow.

Haven’t seen Edge but if I do, I’m coming at it from a “well, I’ve enjoyed some Doug Liman movies a lot” place rather than a “OMG PLEASE BE KNIGHT & GROUNDHOG DAY" one.

With so many people passing around that ridiculous (in a bad way), po-faced article about how the internet killed our greatest star by claiming he jumped on a couch when he just stood on it (forget the Matt Lauer interview or the fact that he’s alive and appearing on 3,000+ screens this weekend in America alone), I feel like Sam is one of the rare folk who sees Cruise similar to the way I see him.

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Pitchin’ in

Getting prepped for a long day of nothin much.