Today’s installment comes from someone who is not a stranger to the annals of URB. One of the leads from the camp that brings to you SFNY, Society, and Sweater Funk, Proof aka Marky Enriquez, has recently embarked on a new curated musical session in SF entitled Subject.
Courtesy of our friends and neighbors at Grown Kids Radio, whom you guys seriously need to check out ALL of the time, comes the Massive Selector alum’s newest aural concoction — Off Subject: Chemistry. Make no mistake about it, this is music for the grown folks nee kids of this musical generation. There’s a lot to like with this recent outing — it’s futuristic, space soul vibe paired with some interesting classic selections and even some indie darlings do much to illicit …
Since Lady Gaga debuted her new single “Born This Way” at the Grammy’s the comments and comparisons between her and Madonna’s “Express Yourself” not only have made it through the twittersphere but even publications such as Rolling Stone.
All these comparisons on two songs which really have little to nothing in common besides the ponytail Lady Gaga had styled on at the Grammy’s. “Express Yourself” is a song which is more about the ability to express your needs in a relationship. While the song even if read as a metaphor or symbol of free expression would seize simply with the opening words.
“Come on girls! Do you believe in love? ‘Cause I got something to say about it, and it goes something like this”"
The always oh so fabulous New York Times reported that we’ll all be looking like Elaine from Seinfeld this upcoming fall. Not only are they pretty much spot on about past trends from the Spring ready to wear shows but Alexander Wang I suspect secretly gets his inspiration from The Baby-Sitters Club Movie. It’s also no surprise that music itself has gotten a bit 1990′s itself.