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Track List

6black ft. Jhene Aiko - First F**k

Jacquees ft Kirko Bangz - T-shirt and my Panties

Beyonce - Speechless

Sevyn Streeter - Peace Sign (feat. Dave East)

PARTYNEXTDOOR - Freak In You

dvsn - Too Deep

Tank - F**king With Me

The Dream - Sweat It Out (Love vs Money)

Jhene Aiko - Wait No More

Drake Ft James Fauntleroy - On My Way

Lil Uzi Vert x Post Malone x Mac Miller - Cameras

Lloyd - I Need U

3piece - Ohh ahh

Omarion - Show Me ft. Jeremih

Janet Jackson- Would You Mind

Syd - Bad Dream/ No Looking Back

A Night Off - Drake feat. Lloyd

Trey Songz - On Top

Pleasure P - lick lick lick

Post Malone - What’s Up Feat. 1st (Prod. FKi & Charlie Handsome)

Aaliyah - Can I Come Over

PARTYNEXTDOOR ~ Persian Rugs

Lloyd- Naked

SoMo - Make Up Sex

Tink - Lullaby

August Alsina - Porn Star

Trey Songz - In The Middle

Sabrina Claudio - Confidently Lost

Tyrese- On Top Of Me

LLoyd - Feel So Right

Leon Thomas - Rivers

Tank - You Don’t Know (feat. Wale)

Kamaiyah - Break You Down

Chance The Rapper - Lost (feat. Noname Gypsy)

Chris Brown - Take My Time

Justin Bieber - Hold Tight

Omarion - Wet

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Some things from the new Brent Miller video, starring the Bros Hageman and Vincent Tong.


-The finale of Season 9 is the final episode… until there’s more

-They’re growing up the writing of Season 8, and it’s smarter and funnier

-“How freckles will destroy a story”

-Jay will, indeed, have freckles. He always has, he just didn’t know (but the fans did)

-The goal was to create synergy between the movie and the show, for new fans from the movie - continuing the show canon, but upgrading their looks

-Their personalities are still the same

-Nya will have her movie ponytail and mole

-They gloss over Cole and Zane, but “Zane is better than ever before”

-Kai’s hair is “a little much” (get ready for fire Jimmy Neutron)

-Lloyd is catching up to the rest of the ninja’s ages and “becoming a young man”, so the new voice reflects that

-The opening scene is a 12 minute action sequence, and there’s more cinematic moments

-This season has the “best villain”

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Electricone
Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics
Electricone

Thursday: magical instruments 

Eastern music that’s where, Lloyd Miller, ethno-musicologist, multi-instrumentist enigma, cook his ancient and temperamental jazz music. Digging into experimental warm sounds, the band The Heliocentrics are following their quest. Today’s pick is a chunk of the common path of the man and the band.

Lloyd Miller preserves and plays many eastern music, those with magic instruments, that humanity has blown, beat with sticks, strumed with the fingers or with a bow for centuries.

This track, Electricone, from LP entitled Lloyd Miller & the Heliocentrics, is an trip, a walk starting by a cinematic committed double-bass, a flute screams out, a bow scars a mystic atmosphere close to Alice Coltrane’s mood… Slight contributions from metal strips, strings, drums complete to overload the smoky room…

Enjoy

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Jeudi : instruments magiques

C'est dans les musiques orientales que Lloyd Miller, ethno-musicologist, enigme multi-instrumentiste, fait mariner son jazz ancien et caractériel. C'est dans la soif d'expériences sonores que le groupe The Heliocentrics poursuivent leur quête. Le titre d'aujourd'hui est un bout du chemin commun de ces deux imaginaires.

Lloyd Miller, vit et fait vivre des musiques traditionnelles d'orient, aux instruments magiques qu'on souflle, gratte de la main ou de l'archet depuis des millénaires.

Ce titre, Electricone, extrait de l'album simplement intitulé Lloyd Miller & the Heliocentrics, est une incursion, une marche qui commence par une contre-basse cinematique déterminée, une flûte vient hurler, un archet cisaille l'ambiance d'une mystique proche d’Alice Coltrane…  Par touches les interventions de lamelles, cordes, tambours finissent d'enfumer la pièce.

Enjoy

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Artist: Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics
Album: N/A
Song: Mandala
Year: 2010