28 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 8-28-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy is working to turn data from U.S. Open tennis matches into music

Music Video: The Weeknd – King of the Fall

Will Martin Scorsese be directing a film about The Ramones?

Music Video: Zola Jesus – Dangerous Days

Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo is developing a sitcom with Fox based around his life

Music Video: Broken Bells – Control

Neil Young is reportedly divorcing his wife of 36 years

Music Video: Grimes – Go

YouTube Audio Stream: QT – Hey QT

Music Video: J Mascis – Every Morning

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss tracks from Abbie Barrett and The Last Date, Lonesome Leash, Los Angeles Police Department, Soonbe, Teach Me Equals and We Are The Willows. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Cass McCombs, Meat Puppets, Minus the Bear, School, Semi Precious, Slow Magic and Spray Paint.

Abbie Barrett and The Last Date – Lake House Moon

Dev79 & Buddy Leezle – Summertime Champions

Infuze & Bot – Analog Ting

Lonesome Leash – The Night Was Old

Los Angeles Police Department – Waste

P-80 & Rattraps – Sleepless

The Persian Leaps – Pretty Boy

Soonbe – Ouroboros

Teach Me Equals – Coelacanth

Vandettes – What I Do

We Are The Willows – Dear Ms. Branstner

WoodzSTHLM – SADEMOJI
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27 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 8-27-14

Hey friends! A happy mid-week to you. As we round out the end of the summer season this week and everyone gets in some last vacations, I find myself suddenly swamped with a whole lot of work to do both professionally and personally. As a result of that, I’m going to forego any real intro to today’s edition of Pick Your Poison in favor of simply passing the music along to you. In this set, don’t miss tracks from The Amends, Banta, Bruce Smear, Heavy Heart, James Vincent McMorrow, Rome Fortune and Someday I Will Miss You. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Avec Sans (covering Kate Bush), Buke & Gase, Christopher Owens, CRUISR, Dan Boda, Kevin Morby and Say Lou Lou (covering Daft Punk).

The Amends – Rescue What You Can

Andrew Marica – Forever Gone

Banta – Dark Charms

Bruce Smear – Junktion

DZ Deathrays – Fixations (AL-P of MSTRKRFT Remix)

Heavy Heart – Daisy Chain

James Vincent McMorrow – When I Leave

K.Flay – Thicker Than Dust (Fei-Fei’s Feided Remix)

Leanne Kingwell – Sunshine

Rome Fortune – Working Gal

Someday I Will Miss You – Winter July

Young Aundee ft. Survival Guide – Young Turn Around (Ace of Base cover)
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26 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 8-26-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: The Abigails, Basement Jaxx, The Bug, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Gemma Ray, The Griswolds, Kamp!, Lewis, Matchless, Moire, Motel Beds, Robyn Hitchcock, Rustie, School of Language, SW/MM/NG, The Unicorns, Ty Segall, and White Hills. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Casey Jack, Chancius, In Sonitus Lux, ISTILLFEELIT, Lowpines (covering Angel Olsen) and Select All Delete Save As. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from 2:54, Emilie Haynie (ft. Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sampha and Devonte Hynes), Girl Band (covering Beat Happening), Vashti Bunyan, Zola Blood and a Songs: Ohia demo.

Cariad Harmon – You Don’t Know Me Yet

Casey Jack – Home

Chancius – A Piece of You Wherever I Go

Crater – Gross Relations (Ricky Eat Acid Remix)

In Sonitus Lux – Thundermoon

ISTILLFEELIT – Mehr

Jack Robert Hardman – I Don’t Need An Answer

Jenny Bapst – Yes You Are

Lovegrenade – Orange

Lowpines – Unfucktheworld (Angel Olsen cover)

Select All Delete Save As – Archetypal Woman

Stumbleine ft. Violet Skies – Sleeping Through the Day (The Walton Hoax Remix)
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25 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Monday 8-25-14

This isn’t a site that covers TV, but I did want to take a moment to talk a little bit about the Emmys since they took place earlier tonight. Really I’m pop culture obsessed, so I had a very vested interest in the outcome of tonight’s awards. On the whole, I wound up torn. As someone who has watched and seen every single episode of shows like Modern Family and Breaking Bad, their wins in major categories left me feeling like the right decisions were made. Yet they were also big winners last year and in the year or two before that. As I listened to category after category go to people and shows who had won before, it became tremendously easy to predict, and quite frankly that’s also a bit disappointing. Why not give some other shows and some other actors a chance to shine? How many more times are we going to see Matthew McConaughey nominated for an Emmy? Statistically speaking, that’s probably close to 10% at most. The man’s a bonified movie star, and his incredible work in True Detective was sort of a one-and-done sort of thing. Then there were all of the Netflix shows, most notably House of Cards and Orange Is The New Black, which earned a whole lot of nominations, but walked away with almost no trophies. Are voters not watching these shows, but only nominating them because of buzz? Of course I had bigger issues with the overall lack of nominations for shows like Hannibal and Orphan Black, which felt like a huge oversight. Of course those are also more niche shows that don’t really attract a lot of viewers. If you’re giving awards for quality though, audience size shouldn’t matter in the end. At least that’s my opinion. Anyways, that’s my rant on this year’s Emmys. Thanks for bearing with me. Now then, let’s have a look at today’s edition of Pick Your Poison. There’s quality tracks in this set from AM Aesthetic (covering Portishead), Deafheaven, Empty Moon, Haley Pharo, Lauryn Hill, Misun and Robbie Fulks. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Baliff, Elsie, New Navy, Real Estate (covering The Nerves), Reporters and Yelle.

AM Aesthetic – Wandering Star (Portishead cover)

Cirez D – Accents

Deafheaven – From the Kettle Onto the Coil

Empty Moon – 75 Degrees

Genuflex – The Last Gods (Eaux Remix)

Haley Pharo – Sorry For Not Being Sorry

The Last Bison – Bad Country

Lauryn Hill – Black Rage (Sketch)

Misun – Goodbye Summer

Orlando Julius & The Heliocentrics – In the Middle

Ransom and the Subset – Anna

Robbie Fulks – Long I Ride
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21 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 8-21-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Music Video: The Weeknd – Often (NSFW)

Listen to Ty Segall on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast

Music Video: M83 – Lower Your Eyes to Die With the SUn

YouTube Audio Stream: Death From Above 1979 – Government Trash

The Knife are calling it quits after their upcoming tour

Watch Katie Crutchfield and Mish Way (White Lung) perform the Waxahatchee track “Coast to Coast”

Music Video: The War on Drugs – Under the Pressure

YouTube Audio Stream: Thurston Moore – The Best Day

Music Video: Haim – My Song 5 (ft. A$AP Ferg)

YouTube Audio Stream: The New Basement Tapes – Nothing to It (ft. Jim James)

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss tracks from Aazar, Kitty, Panama, RUE, S and Una Lux. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from CATHEDRALS, Deafheaven The Drums, FEMME, Gardens & Villa, Run the Jewels and Tinashe.

Aazar – Rundat

Alexia Coley – Drive Me Wild (Valique remix)

Kitty – Love Me Not

Moro & The Silent Revolution – Blamelessness

Oh Honey – Get It Right (Cruel Jungle Remix)

Panama – Stay Forever

People the Kangaroo – Let Go

RUE – Refuge

S – Vampires

Stanley Brinks & Freschard – If You Have Time

Tonedeff x M83 – Holograms (Remix)

Una Lux – Simon
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20 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 8-20-14

And now, a few words on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. It’s difficult to look at just about any social media feed these days and not be bombarded with videos of people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads. The goal is to raise greater awareness of the neurodegenerative disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease. You could say that the campaign has been a gigantic success, since just about everyone seems to be participating, including the most famous musicians, actors, and politicians, among others. My personal favorite at this point has to be Foo Fighters’ three minute tribute to the classic horror film Carrie. Most people make a quick video in their backyard, bathroom or wherever they happen to be at the time, but if you’ve got sets and costumes and other elements, that’s going above and beyond. If you’re willing to take even 10 seconds out of your day to dump some ice water on your head, you can also take 10 seconds to make a donation to the ALS Association. It’s a good cause, so please don’t forget to give! I’ve got my own ice bucket video and have made my own donation, however I’d prefer to keep both of those things private. If you’d like to share your personal ice bucket video with me, feel free to put a link in the comments, or even tweet it at me. Thanks for doing your part! Now how about today’s Pick Your Poison? There’s some great tracks in this set from Brother Earth, Dustin Wong & Takado Minekawa, Futurebirds, GTA and Mumblr. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Asteroid No. 4, Deerhoof, Kim Hiorthoy, The Rural Alberta Advantage, The Twilight Sad and The Unicorns.

Brother Earth – City of Gold

Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa – She He See Feel

Futurebirds – (Don’t Go Back To) Rockville (R.E.M. cover)

GTA – Cake

K-Rec – Best Foot (ft. Chaplyn)

Mumblr – Roach

Oscar and the Wolf – Strange Entity (FriendsInParis Remix)

Pan – Baton (Callosum Remix)

Phoenix – Bankrupt! (Gesaffelstein Remix)

The Tallest Tree – I’ll Be Your

Thorn1 – Clearly and Consciously

Water Face – Work the Love
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19 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 8-19-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Apache Dropout, Aviator, Bahamas, Benjamin Booker, Bishop Allen, Buddy, Caroline Rose, Castanets, Connections, Electric Wurms, Empire! Empire!, Imogen Heap, Jenny Hval & Susanna, JJ, Kimbra, The Last Internationale, Liam Bailey, Literature, Moon Duo, Music Go Music, Orenda Fink, Pallbearer, The Posies, Sarah Jaffe, Sleeping Bag and Wiz Khalifa. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Elle Herring, Future, HEIDEMANN, Involved and Jack Kovacs. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Darkside, Dirty Beaches, Kelela (ft. Le1f), Les Sins, Perfect Pussy (covering Sugarcubes), Pharmakon and TOPS.

Aylen – Quack Attack (Kayzo Remix)

Chimpshed A.D. – Mother Goose

Elle Herring – Gem Landing

EVVY – You Said

Future – Monster

GOONS x Arethur Caves – SCVMFVCKS

HEIDEMANN – Well Well

Involved – Machiavella

Jack Kovacs – Song of the Summer

Kembe X – I Prey

Multiplier – Get It (ft. Sey)

Sirma – Trigger (Pat Lok Remix)
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18 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Monday 8-18-14

Darkside, the electronic duo of Dave Harrington and Nicolas Jaar, have been in existence for around two years now. Their debut album Psychic was one of 2013′s finest releases, and they followed it up with some incredible live shows that emphasized atmosphere as much as they did live instrumentation. Most recently, I happened to catch Darkside’s festival-closing set at Lollapalooza, which was sparsely attended seeing as how they were up against Kings of Leon, Chance the Rapper and Skrillex. The few hundred of us that were in attendance for that set know just how special it truly was, and you could count it among my top 3 highlights of this year’s fest. Well, over the weekend we got some bad news. They took to Twitter and announced that Darkside is “coming to an end, for now.” Their final show is going to be Sept. 12th in Brooklyn, and it quickly sold out. They also released two previously unheard songs, “What They Say” and the all-too-appropriate “Gone Too Soon.” Both are leftovers from the Psychic sessions and will appear on the WORK compilation, which will be released on September 29th via Jaar’s Other People label. As upsetting as it may be to see such a promising collaboration quickly die off, there’s still plenty of hope to take away from this situation. First is obviously the suggestion that even though they’re “coming to an end, for now,” that doesn’t mean forever. They may decide to reconvene in a year or two and make a new record for all we know. There’s not a definite finality to the decision, so there’s still hope. Secondly, at the very least Nicolas Jaar has proven himself to be a prolific artist in his own right, and his last album Space is Only Noise really got people’s attention a couple years back. No doubt he’ll continue down that path and I’m sure will release more great material. Harrington isn’t nearly as popular yet, but will continue as a solo artist, remixer and member of El Topo, and we’ll see where that takes him. So even though Darkside will be gone for the foreseeable future, there’s still plenty to look forward to. Anyways, let’s dive into today’s Pick Your Poison, shall we? There’s some great tracks in this set from Brian Lopez, Captain Murphy, Felix Champion, Shelpter Point, SOS and Turning Plates. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Allah-Las, Caribou, Charli XCX, J. Cole, Peaking Lights and Vogue Dots, among others.

Amp Live – Penny Nickel Dime (Minnesota Remix)

Brian Lopez – Mercury in Retrograde

Captain Murphy – Cosplay

Carousels & Limousines – She’s in the Water

Ellen – Vortex (Queens)

Felix Champion – Canyons

Fox and The Law – Cheap Talk

Openwater – Walk Away

Shelter Point – Serenity

SOS – Dead or Alive

Tom the Lion – Motorcade

Turning Plates – Wild Roots
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14 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 8-14-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Watch the trailer for the forthcoming Bjork film Biophilia Live

See the cover of the new …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead album IX by solving a jigsaw puzzle

Music Video: The Black Keys – Weight of Love (NSFW)

YouTube Audio Stream: Hot Chip – Go Bang (Arthur Russell cover)

Music Video: Arcade Fire – You Already Know

Chris Walla is leaving Death Cab for Cutie

Actor Michael Cera has released a lo-fi folk album on Bandcamp

Music Video: Ariana Grande – Break Free (ft. Zedd)

Watch Beck perform “Loser” live on Austin City Limits

Music Video: Röyksopp & Robyn РMonument

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss tracks from Backwords, India Mill, Los Angeles Police Department, Neil Holyoak and The Staffords. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Ex-Breathers, Kamp!, She Keeps Bees (ft. Sharon Van Etten), Tennis System, This Will Destroy You and Zella Day

Backwords – Gloria

Bon Clay – never

Ephram – The Nines (ft. Alita Dupray)

Fire and the Romance – She’s A Devil (Ghost Noise Remix)

India Mill – The Hanging Tree

Kanye West & Kid Cudi – Welcome to Heartbreak (Hi-One Edit)

Los Angeles Police Department – Enough Is Enough

Neil Holyoak – Sidereal Sunrise

Nick Raven – Strange Days

Parade of Lights – Golden (RII Remix)

R.O.M.I. – My Song

The Staffords – Poor Folks Live
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13 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 8-13-14

There’s an old adage that claims every actor wants to be a rock star, and every rock star wants to be an actor. When you take a look at the tale of the tape, that being how many famous people have attempted to do both, it appears to be largely true. Granted, the vast majority of actors and musicians stick to just one thing, maybe because they know they’re not good at the other. But the motivation to try both is understandable. They’re both creative, pop culture mediums beloved by the general public. Of course nothing quite beats a live audience reaction when you’re on stage performing. If you’ve got songs and can tour, then that’s a high you can get most nights on the road. If you’re in a play on Broadway, there’s also a similar sort of crowd reaction. Where I’m going with all of this is that while the double threat of being an actor-musician or a musician-actor may be attempted by many, very few actually manage to succeed at it. Jared Leto. Justin Timberlake. Steve Martin. Zooey Deschanel. Jamie Foxx. Jeff Bridges. These are a few of the people who have done reasonably good work in both mediums. But for every one of those, there’s also a Scarlett Johansson, Keanu Reeves, Kevin Bacon or Russell Crowe. None have made excruciatingly bad albums (for the most part), but none have ever been good enough either to be regarded as much more than a footnote in their careers. Which finally brings me to Michael Cera. Earlier today, he released a “surprise album” called true that onto the world. Outside of his duet with Ellen Page when they covered The Moldy Peaches’ “Anyone Else But You” in the film Juno, Cera hasn’t really recorded any music before. Sure, he’s done things like played bass for some shows with indie supergroup Mister Heavenly, and he’s also portrayed musicians in films like Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, but overall there’s been very little evidence that music is something he might like to pursue as something other than a fun hobby. And that may still be the case, though typically when you want to do that you keep your recorded songs to yourself instead of posting/selling them on the internet. If you’re curious enough to stream or even download the 18-track album, it can be considered an interesting artifact. A majority of it is instrumental, with some of the tracks lasting under a minute, functioning as either interludes or aborted experiments. The quality is pretty lo-fi, as these songs were recorded at his house without a whole lot of professional equipment. Yet it’s never boring or pathetic. I’m not sure I’d go so far as to call it good, but it’s definitely better than I expected it to be. He hasn’t secured a record deal (though that may change), nor has he really commented on it to the press or anyone, so there’s a certain nobility in letting the music speak for itself, at least for the time being. So check it out if you’re curious, and maybe let me know in the comments whether or not he’s got a real shot at making a second career out of music. Speaking of that, let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, shall we? There’s some great tracks in this set from The Belle Sounds, Blonde Redhead, Body Language, *Chi, iLoveMakonnen, Kirby Kaiser and Sunbears!. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Allo Darlin’, alt-J, BRONCHO, Field Report, Jessie Ware, Single Mothers and Stars.

Aria Perez – Seduce Me

The Belle Sounds – Black Stone

Blonde Redhead – The One I Love

Body Language – Good Things

*Chi – Digital Temptation

Elliphant ft. Skrillex – Only Getting Younger (TJR Remix)

iLoveMakonnen – Club Goin’ Up On A Tuesday (ft. Drake)

Jo Mango – Evermore (The Cormorant Remix)

Kirby Kaiser – Hawaii

Kwamie Liv – What You Need (The Weeknd cover)

Sunbears! – Now You’re Gone

Theo Mode – Let Go, Find Love. (ft. Zoe Alexandria)
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12 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 8-12-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Black Wine, Chris Staples, Dilated Peoples, FaltyDL, FKA twigs, The Gaslight Anthem, Jorge Elbrecht, Lucero, Mirel Wagner, Nozinja, The Pharmacy, Porter Robinson, Rivergazer and Sinead O’Connor. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Bear Arms, Continental, Nick D & The Believers, Oozing Wound and Ty Segall. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from BASECAMP, Goldroom, Itasca, The Juan Maclean, Saint Pepsi, Ultimate Painting and Maps’ remix of a Zola Jesus track.

Alexia Coley – Drive Me Wild (Marcus Jakes Dub)

Bear Arms – Courage

Continental – 1000 Miles

Ferrill Gibbs – Samaritan

Goldroom – Till Sunrise (Box of Wolves Premix)

Jeremih – Don’t Tell ‘Em (Death Ledger Edit)

Kembe X – Poker Face

Kyoto – Electricity

Nick D & The Believers – You Got That Love (YGTL)

Oozing Wound – Drug Reference

Panama Wedding – All of the People (option4 Remix)

Ty Segall – Susie Thumb
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11 Aug

Pick Your Poison: Monday 8-11-14

Today, the world lost one of the greats. Robin Williams, actor and comedian, was found dead in his home this morning at age 63. Early reports seem to indicate that it was a suicide by asphyxiation, and his publicist said that Williams had been battling extreme depression these last several days. This is just really sad news. The world is a less bright and less funny place today because Robin Williams is no longer in it. Just about everyone has a story about the man to tell, and while most of us never knew or even met him, he touched all of our lives in incredible ways through his work in TV, film and on stage. Movies like Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting carried enough influence and inspiration to change our perceptions of the world when we saw them. For my money, Williams was always best when he wasn’t so much acting as he was playing variations on himself through stand-up and talk show appearances. I own a couple of his stand-up specials on DVD and watched one earlier tonight, and I cried a little bit amid the laughter, mostly in thinking how great of a talent the world has lost. I’ve also been keeping track of the many comments, stories and tributes that have been pouring in and will undoubtedly continue to pour in over the coming days, weeks and months. Nobody has said a single bad word about the man yet, and every indication was that he was kind, gentle, giving and extremely passionate/compassionate towards others. Of course as most will tell you, there’s a cost for living that way. Williams battled with drugs and alcoholism for years, particularly back in the 70s and 80s, and in the mid-00s some of that caught up with him and he needed serious heart surgery. But ultimately it would be mental health issues that claimed his life. Depression is a very serious disease, it doesn’t discriminate by race, gender, religion or social class. No matter how much money and fame you have, depression will always find a way to bring you down. Those suffering with mental health issues know this all too well. If Williams’s death can inspire one thing, hopefully it’s a wake up call for those struggling with mental health to get help. If you’re dealing with depression and need to talk with someone, don’t be afraid to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It’s available 24/7 for anyone that needs it. The number is 1-800-273-8255. Most depression/mental health lines also have live chats on their websites, so you can even talk with someone over IM if that’s easier or more comfortable. Please, please, please seek help if you’re feeling down. The world doesn’t need any more senseless loss of life. To close, I think that Robin Williams would like to be remembered for all of the wonderful things and characters that he helped bring into the world. He’s leaving behind a wealth of material that generations have and will continue to enjoy for decades to come, so let’s do our best to celebrate the man, the myth and the legend.

Onto today’s Pick Your Poison. There’s some lovely tracks in this set from Autumn in June, Deluxe, Gold Panda, LWKY and VIRGO. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Cloud Castle Lake, Ex Hex, PAWS (covering Le Tigre), Say Lou Lou + Lindstrom, Sea Oleena, YAWN and Flume’s remix of Arcade Fire’s “Afterlife.”

Alex Jacke – Fashion

Autumn in June – Hey Arnold!

Dead Leaf Echo – true.deep.sleeper

Deluxe – Crows Beak

Faux Effet – Horopter

Flume – Sleepless (Tyord Remix)

Gold Panda – Clarke’s Dream

GOONS – So Stuck Up (ft. Gloria Miguez)

Irregular Expression x deadxbeat – Scenic Bump

King Green – Nothing

LWKY – Drifting

VIRGO – humanoid
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