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About missangst

Culture writer, sketch comedian, breathing person.

Kishi Bashi – 151a

I got in an argument once about the meaning of ten. It was the kind of argument where I had to call the person the next day and apologize for myself, one where the beliefs were so deeply held and … Continue reading

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ReAddicted: Massive Attack – Protection

Some albums get under your skin and stay there; these are the ones that years later we still can’t stop loving, even if we just remembered why. Protection was a bit of a disappointment. Considering the brilliance of Massive Attack’s debut Blue Lines, and … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Playlist

What are you doing tonight? Do you have some special plans? Some special love related plans? Let’s not fool ourselves, you guys are doin’ it tonight aren’t you? Everyone should be involved in some kind of sexy time activity this … Continue reading

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Childish Gambino- Camp

I cannot even tell you how much I wanted to love this record — how much I wanted to sing from the mountaintops of its glories and rush to the little children bearing tidings of its masterful production and rhymes. I … Continue reading

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Justice- Audio, Video, Disco

  Prog rock and stadium-ready sounds have always been a part of Justice. Hell, Gaspard Auge has worn his love of Yes on his belt buckle since day one. It’s not surprising then, that they would release a record filled to the brim … Continue reading

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Interview: Yellow Ostrich

We sat down for a quick interview a while back with the Brooklyn-based band Yellow Ostrich (@yellowostrich) at the Austin City Limits festival to talk about being signed to a label, how they translate their unique recordings to a live setting and, … Continue reading

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Foundations: Heartbreaker

It may surprise some of you, but we at The Wild Honey Pie weren’t born with spectacular taste. Taste, especially for music nerds, is a slow Lincoln Logs like journey with artists and albums laying the foundation for the snarky … Continue reading

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