Jacob did this and I have followed. Here are the instructions.
1. Delve into your blog archive.
2. Find your 23rd post.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your blog along with these instructions
Well, here is the fifth sentence from my twenty-third post (prepare to be underwhelmed):
I was first introduced to Mission of Burma though my uncle Craig.
The rest can be read if you click here.
Tag. You’re it.
The Brooklyn-based group Black Dice is certainly not easy listening. They are either geniuses that I can’t comprehend or are have completely lost their minds. Either way, their music can be unsettling and jarring at times, but is ultimately a very rewarding listen. Their organic-electronic-noise pulsates and screeches, and seems to have a life of its own. Their latest record is out now on DFA/Astralwerks. Listen at your own risk.
The music of Crystal Skulls is a refreshing contrast to the mischief-making of Black Dice. Their smart indie-pop is just the thing to lift your spirits (and probably get your toes tapping as well). The guitars jangle, the bass weaves in and out, and the drums hold the beat steady. While its nothing goundbreaking, their debut full-length just released on Suicide Squeeze Records, is well-played and full of catchy hooks.
MP3 | Black Dice – Smiling Off Broken Ear Record
MP3 | Crystal Skulls – Airport Motels Blocked Numbers