CRACK THEIR SKULLS (LISTEN).001 | weapons iv (nico muhly mix) by SON LUX
.002 | howl (rivas mix) by F + TM
.003 | workhorse (blair sinta mix) by MBD
.004 | go (feat. karen o) by SANTIGOLD
.005 | veni vedi veci (diplo mix) by BLACKLIPS
.006 | seven nation army (the glitch mob mix) by WHITESTRIPES
.007 | woman scorned (dimbleby and capper mix) by SAINT SAVIOUR
.008 | dark doo wop (bluello mix) by MS MR
.009 | heads will roll (willy joy sex dream dub) by YEAH YEAH YEAHS
.010 | iron (trumpdisco mix) by WOODKID
Ezra Koenig on Oxford Comma:
“With ‘Oxford Comma,’ to me it’s very obvious that it’s about elitism, and dealing with someone who thinks they’re better than you, and who tries to criticize you in bullshit ways. I know it’s not the most straight-forward song in the world, but to me it’s pretty obvious that that’s the tone of it. But some people would say that by even naming a song ‘Oxford Comma,’ all we’re doing is reinforcing elitism, because, in theory, only the privileged classes know what an Oxford comma is. That, to me, is a classic example of how people misinterpret our songs. Some people just hear certain words and think: ‘these guys must think they’re so smart!’ But, my family history has pointed to the idea that you don’t have to be rich to be educated, to care about books, to know obscure words.”
In the Almost Human fandom we don’t say “I Love You” we say “Call me John” which means “I’m an emotionally damaged traumatized stubborn son of a bitch but I’m willing to trust you” and I think that’s beautiful.
Fingers crossed for some office romance.