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  • Danny:shut up dad
  • Kirsch:im not your dad son
  • Danny:I am not your son dude
  • Kirsch:im not your dudebro
  • Danny:I am not your bro kirsch
  • Kirsch:im not your kirsch d-bear
  • Danny:i am not your d-bear wilson
  • Kirsch:I'm not your wilson daniella
  • Danny:I am not your daniella brody
  • Kirsch:I'm not your brody summer psycho
  • Danny:I am not your summer psycho dudescort
  • Kirsch:I'm not your dudescort tall hottie
  • Danny:good
singledad!badboy!michael

imagine young single bad boy dad Michael had to ditch his friends to stay home with his son because his nanny bailed the first time he was ready to go out and the boys just show up claiming they’re there for mini clifford and came with a present which was was a little leather jacket to match the rest of the boys ones and michael hesitates to let them around his 3 month old son because he didn’t want him to get to adjusted to his friends after his mom left he kind of shut the kid off from other people except for michael’s mom while michael went to school but they end up staying and all the rough and tough looking boys with excess tattoos and piercings faces light up when they see the green-eyed, fair skinned, brunette boy in front of their eyes and they quickly nickname him “mc” for mini clifford and Michael kind of hovers his son protectively and eventually eases up when the baby grabs onto luke’s lip ring and luke just laughs and his other hand attaches to ashtons curls and once they let go calum blows little rasberries on his stomach and michael just looked happy and realized he didn’t have to do this whole single dad thing alone

J.K. Rowling Addresses the Whiteness of “Fantastic Beasts”

With the announcement of “Fantastic Beasts,” many fans saw an opportunity for more diversity in the wizarding world, but, as of this posting, all of the actors announced for the franchise are white. Twitter user Vividscarletsky brought her concerns to J.K. Rowling herself.

http://www.mugglenet.com/2015/08/j-k-rowling-addresses-the-whiteness-of-fantastic-beasts/

The Tascam 4-Track Recorder pictured above sure has seen a lot (including the view from the PV West office loft).

Read more about its adventures traveling around the world from Cloud Nothings to Mikal Cronin to Efterklang and others + learn how each band’s recordings turned into the Polyvinyl 4-Track Singles Series.

Subscriptions are limited to 500 and joining before Dec. 31 gets you some bonus goodies – so don’t delay, sign up today!

I’m INCREDIBLY EXCITED to announce that I will be apart of the Polyvinyl Record Company 4-Track Singles Series! Other bands participating include Cloud Nothings,Foxygen’s Diane Coffee, EfterklangJohn VandersliceMatt PryorMikal CroninThao & The Get Down Stay Down and more! We all recorded our songs on the same 4-track recorder and mailed on to the next artist. 

Only 500 subscriptions available!! Sign up here -http://polyvinylrecords.com/singlesseries

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The Legend of Korra complete series

Currently, The Legend of Korra: The Complete Series single purchase digital download is available in one place: the Microsoft Store. For a price of $59.99 USD, this bundle comes with all 52 episodes, and 1 hour and 24 minutes of extras, including Trailer #1, Trailer #2, “The Next Avatar”, “This Season on The Legend of Korra”, “The Re-Telling of Korra’s Journey” (Book 1 recap), “The Legend Continues” (Book 2 trailer), and all 13 Book 3 “Spirit of an Episode” behind the scenes shorts. The extras are also available individually for free without purchase.

The e-cover for this package can be seen above left. Purchase here.

The episodes and seasons can still be bought individually on Google Play and iTunes.

The complete series is also coming to DVD and Blu-ray box set! Currently no information about this is known other than the cover artwork seen above right. This physical complete series release will likely have more new exclusive extras compared to the Microsoft Store digital download.

God Bless My Friends (Live In Studio)
  • God Bless My Friends (Live In Studio)
  • I Low
  • The Family Records Singles Club - Vol. 10
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Song of the Day: I Low - God Bless My Friends (LIVE in Studio)

We’re excited to share with you the B-side song to the latest release in the Family Records Singles Club, I Low’s “ John Stuart Mills.”

“God Bless My Friends” is a special, LIVE studio recording by I Low (aka Colin Reynolds). Read Colin’s take on the songs and download them here, and take a closer look at the artwork right here. ENJOY!

W1NSDAY MUSIC: BBU “Home”

Check out Chi-Town juke stars BBU with their homage to the greatest city in the world in “Home.” This is yet another release in the ever-growing W1N Vol. I Singles Series, with BBU joining the ranks of ShowYouSuck, G.o.D. Jewels, and YP. 

W1N Vol I. drops in just a few short weeks, but we’re definitely not done giving you free singles yet. We have more heaters coming out soon, so keep checking our MUSIC page every W1NSDAY to get the newest single before anyone else. Now peep the track:


One Track Mind Singles Series - Launching 09/27

- Me (announcing something) Soho, 2011

For the longest time discovering new, great music was my favorite thing to do. Then I discovered that could be a part of my daily working life, and I started trying to get into A&R.

Then A&R died a mysterious sort of death.

I continued to pursue ways into the music industry, as music was still the only thing I got really excited about, and tried some djing and booking live shows. Elements of both of those things felt like A&R,  finding great new talent and being able to share it with people but it still wasn’t quite enough. Starting my job with Family Records, I watched Wesley launch the Family Records Singles Club, focusing on beautiful acoustic/folk songs with really great original artwork attached.  I secretly plotted to one day wear glasses and grow a beard and have my very own singles series.

Luckily, no glasses or beards were needed and it came up a few months after working there. My taste varies a huge amount but I have a special corner of my heart for danceable indie pop. It just makes people feel good and excited about their lives. I’ve always wanted to curate, discover, share and be proud of great music I find, and with the launch of “One Track Mind” I am able to finally do that.

I like to think that the songs in this series would be songs I would play if I was djing an indie night somewhere in NYC - except I won’t try to cross-fade anything. I hope you love each song as much as the next and that you always come back to check out each new release.

The first release will be out on iTunes 9/27, and before then on the Family Records Store. We’ll preview the audio and the artwork before then. - Lauren

Dudes, Rok Lok records has put some more cassingles out adding to their Singles Club Cassette Series which is compromised of solo works. It’s a pretty cool project, highly collectible and an interesting look into how solo musicians operate within different genres of music! This time around they have provided us with tracks from Hanna Elson and Kevin Greenspon, two artists who are very different from one another. Lets check it out.

Hanna Elson’s tape contains three pop songs, all of which feature vocals and guitar. I find I like her performance better when it’s more raw and single tracked rather than multi tracked. There is a lot of blank space on the tape after the single song on the a-side is finished so it is hard to concentrate before the b-side comes in. These songs are pretty narrative based and each one tells its own story which I dig. Ultimately though I find these three pieces a bit harder to get into than other singer songwriter jams.

Next we have a tape from Kevin Greenspon called “Empty Minutes”, it’s great! Greenspon is fluent in creating ethereal soundscape works that really draw the listener in and transport them to another place. I find myself swimming around in the density that these songs offer up. My favorite work on this tape is the song “Walled Off” which is really dynamic and aggressive initially but eases back as it crawls forward. To be honest I like the b-side a lot compared to the a-side, it’s a lot grittier and less whimsical and beautiful. Overall, this tape is solid and quality. If I had to buy one of the two it would absolutely be this one. I dig it!

So there you have it, two cool new singles tapes out from the cool Long Island residents over at Rok Lok Records. Get on it so you don’t regret not collecting them all!

-CFIL

 

34. Tied-up

Previous one shots || It’s just a number / Wattpad || Single father series ||

I’m so fucking nervous about this one! Hope you like it! Let me know. (I hope I didn’t mess up the Brazilian Portuguese. x)

Warning: Quite graphic. Mature.

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Alas, a beautiful music video for I Low’s (aka Colin Reynolds) single John Stuart Mill, which is part of our Singles Club. The amazing Kyle Kutcha, a talented former intern of ours, made the impressive video for the song.  

You can download the song and see the pretty artwork here: John Stuart Mill