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The Black Book of Capitalism by Sylvain Chauveau

Food & Liquor by Lupe Fiasco

On Circles by Caspian

It’s Almost Dry by Pusha T

Sour by Olivia Rodrigo

Ultraviolence by Lana Del Rey

Are You Happy Now? by Jensen McRae

Solar Power by Lorde

it’s been a week of sad girl, happy summer music

RTJ4 by Run The Jewels

White Pony by Deftones

Mean Everything To Nothing by Manchester Orchestra

A Moon Shaped Pool by Radiohead

The Woods by Sleater-Kinney

Tell All Your Friends by Taking Back Sunday

Mercy by Planes Mistaken For Stars

week two of my new high-rotation playlist of sorts. i can’t believe all these years later that taking back sunday record still hits, but it does.

Frontera by Fly Pan Am

Vheissu by Thrice

trying a new thing, adding a weekly post of my heaviest in-rotation albums. this will not just be ‘new’ music, or necessarily even new to me. i don’t use spotify or any shit that would track listening, so it can be the balance to when everyone has year-end listening posts. i’ll link to a bandcamp to support the artist when possible—if there is none, i’ll link to some song or performance that i favor from it.


Colin Smith (b. 1982) works in a form of assembly within and across disciplines, both in digital and analogue formats. His processes are informed by theorist Marshall Mcluhan's thesis that the medium is the message, resulting in pursuits that, in their realized forms, speak to an idea of the content as well as the method to its creation.

Educated in fields of institutional communication—graphic design, journalism, and advertising—he utilizes their tenets in tandem with more traditional tradecraft, resulting in projects whose tangible result is commentary on the blurring line between art, industry, and capital in the United States.

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