Forgotify, the Last Frontier: Week 2

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For week two of the Forgotify experiment, the random music gods gifted unto me Joseph Hadyn’s The Seasons. Yes, it’s classical music, but hey! Where are you going? Classical music isn’t scary. Come back! 

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Forgotify: The Last Frontier, Week 1

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Forgotify is a service that randomly selects a song from Spotify that has never been played. I don’t know about you, but I am positively vibrating with excitement. 

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Record Machine: New Sensations by Lou Reed

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Sara Habein is the author of Infinite Disposable, a collection of microfiction, and her work has appeared on The Rumpus, Pajiba and Word Riot, among others. Her book reviews and other commentary appear at Glorified Love Letters, and she is the editor of Electric City Creative.
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When Lou Reed died late last year, I confessed that I did not own any of his albums on vinyl, but I’ve since rectified that gap in my collection with the recent purchase of New Sensations.

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The Most Relevant Pop Star

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Queer Pop Culture Junkie in the Northwest. Addicted to Coffee, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fantasy Sports, The Mountain Goats, and Tottenham Hotspur.
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If I told you there exists a pop star who recorded their first album in 1978, just released a recorded that is as relevant as their first record, and still gets play on the radio, would you believe me? 

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A Summer Storm Bollywood Playlist

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Karishma is a twenty-something living in New York City and is trying her hardest to live out every cliche about Millennials.This involves eating her feelings, drowning in debt and mocking infomercials.She likes sociology so much that she has two degrees in it, and is still warding off her parents' questions about a real career.
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Are the three-day long flash flood warnings getting you down? Is hurricane season already upon you? How much do you hate climate change deniers right now?

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Record Machine: Voodoo Doughnut Recording’s “Triple Chocolate Penetration”

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Sara Habein is the author of Infinite Disposable, a collection of microfiction, and her work has appeared on The Rumpus, Pajiba and Word Riot, among others. Her book reviews and other commentary appear at Glorified Love Letters, and she is the editor of Electric City Creative.
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A novelty 45 titled after my very favorite doughnut from Portland’s famous Voodoo Doughnut? Why yes, I will impulse-buy that.

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Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane this Week: America Edition

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Last week, Americans celebrated our independence from the crown by getting drunk and shooting explosives everywhere. That’s freedom! I can critically think about why America is a terrible place sometimes. My patriotism is working to make my country a better place, not accepting the idea of us being superior at face value. I realize some of my favorite songs critique our … Read More

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Record Machine: Mirage by Fleetwood Mac

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Despite the success of the singles “Gypsy” and “Hold Me,” 1982’s Mirage is an under-appreciated Fleetwood Mac album when compared to the massiveness of their previous three. Some of its best songs were never singles, and one song became an electric experience during later reunion tours. For me, Mirage is one of their most enjoyable offerings.

Sara HabeinRecord Machine: Mirage by Fleetwood Mac