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an ode to an artist

2016 has felt like a rough year when it comes to the mortality of our beloved celebrity entertainers. We lost some larger than life stars like David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Vanity, Victoria Wood, and just recently former wrestler Chyna. And

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Posted in arts, death, music, prince, Uncategorized

the problem with gospel music

Back when I was a wee lad in my 99.9% black Baptist church and living in a 67.6% white neighborhood, I lived a simple albeit semi-sheltered life. I can tell you that my range of musical tastes pales in comparison

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Posted in music, review

the indoob top albums of 2013

The Grammys just happened, but this list really hasn’t anything to do with that. Honestly, I planned to have this list within the first week of the new year, considering that’s when I initially put it together. Constructing this list

Posted in best albums, heavy rotation, john legend, music

night moves

I keep a mixed CD that I titled “Night Lights” in my car. It’s playlist contains songs that, to me, are perfect nighttime driving, designed with particular backdrops in mind like the Hartford skyline via I-91. Such was the case

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Posted in memories, music, song, storytelling, summer, writing

sbtrkt’s “wildfire”

I haven’t done a friPod post in what feels like a millenia so there’s been a lot of music I’ve discovered that I haven’t discovered with you. Call me a selfish, greedy hoarder. I know most of you do anyway.

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Posted in music, music video, video

fripodding and graduating: “spotlight” patrick stump

It’s the return of the fripod posts. I thought I was going to have more of a fanfare about it, but it’s not necessary. Anyway, due to an email I received yesterday about certificates and such being in the mail,

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Posted in adventures, fripodding, music, school

when csb met kopek, egypt central and cold: part 2

Once again I’ve been slacking and I wanted to have this written and posted yesterday but better late than never, right? And by now you know my usual rhetoric: I’ve been busy. But at least this time I’ve actually been

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Posted in fripodding, music, school

when csb met kopek, egypt central and cold: part 1

I kept promising this post for a couple weeks now, but here it is finally. These are my pics and videos of what I did with my school, CSB, when we went to Pig’s Eye Pub in Hartford to record

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Posted in fripodding, music, pictures, school

fripodding friday… yeah, rebecca black’s “friday”

Just because it’s everywhere… I’m talking about it here too. I can’t say I’m a fan of this song. No doubt it’s catchy, but the lyrics are horrible. I’m not really blaming Rebecca herself, but really, can’t we come up

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Posted in friday, fripodding, music

fripodding with british soul: 21 – adele

I wanted to write about this album last week, but I still hadn’t fully listened to all the songs so I’m glad I waited. I absolutely love listening to Adele sing. And I talked about Adele a while ago with

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Posted in albums, fripodding, music

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  • 133. calling car no. 34 September 16, 2020
    Sterling got stuck in an elevator. Here's his story. Later, Sterling confabulates Kortney about returning to the cinema and afterward discusses horror movies, TV, and if they're ever able to handle them. The Black History Fact is more a Black Joy Excellence as we celebrate Nandi Bushell with Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl. Not everyone gets their ow […]
  • 132. grok the questions that need answers September 2, 2020
    Sterling revisits 'Oumuamua and attempts to convince Kortney to watch Lovecraft Country for the culture. A few questions that need answers: what does the heart-shaped herb taste like? How do eels procreate? Are you bothered by the word moist? We don't have the answers, but feel free to provide yours or ask your own questions at indoobpod@gmail.com.
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