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Glad He’s Gone

Can someone please tell me what the melody is from? It’s not a cover, the lyrics are different, but the tune is so familiar… I think there’s actually two different songs in there. I think maybe Taylor Swift or I don’t know. But it’s driving me nuts. Don’t get me wrong, I like the song and love Tove Lo, I just feel like I’ve heard this somewhere before…

He’s gone, he’s gone
You’re better off, I’m glad that he’s gone
He’s gone, he’s gone
You’re better off, I’m glad that he’s gone
I got a girlfriend, she’s got a boyfriend
She calls me crying every day
‘cause they got problems
He likes complaining, she’s compromising
Coming to me for real advice when he just playing
I can tell she loves him way too deep
He loves being fucking hard to please
Cover the basics, it’s pretty easy
He’s a bitch with some expectations
Did you go down on his birthday? (Yup)
Did you let him leave a necklace? (Yup)
Or did you show him all your crazy? (No)
Blow him up on the weekends (Hmm)
Did you give in to his ego
Just to give a little confidence?
I think you know it’s time to let go
(You’re better off I’m glad that he’s gone)
My baby

Never no tears
for that sucker
Only one dick,
that’s a bummer

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2020 Is Around The Corner

I’m constantly editing… when the moment of inspiration comes, I have to take advantage of it. This list is what came from the muse this morning.

Just from one song, I pulled together this “set” of current things I’m listening to as well as some dusty stuff from the closet. I’ll probably edit it more later and add or subtract, but let me know what you think or if there are some things you think would work in there.


What do think should be added to this list? Or removed?

Feel free to ask a question or simply leave a comment.



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As an avid consumer of beautifully designed objects, often I go through many stages in my decision making process of whether or not I want to bring an article into my home.

Diving a bit deeper into my knowledge of the Bang & Olufsen  brand and heritage. I can say that I have been won over…

When it comes to Bang and Olufsen branding, one thing has always been clear – the company lives for design, innovation, and function. When building their brand, the company knew that they needed to showcase their unique values and purpose in everything they do, which is why every aspect of the B&O identity continues to be so iconic today.

Just look at the unmistakable design of the Bang and Olufsen logo for instance. The sans-serif font gives this almost century-old brand a modern feel, while the grey colour evokes thoughts of luxury, sophistication, and innovation. One particularly effective element in the design is the way the characters are situated. The “B” seems almost upside down, which indicates that this company has turned the audio world around, while the overall “neat” composition of the logo show’s the brand’s devotion to domesticated aesthetics.

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“With the A9 I wanted to make a timeless classic something which is beautiful from all angles in all times. A9 was inspired by sound and by music. The shape is a circle and the reason why choose a circle is because the sound travels in circles. The A9 is made out of very few elements which are used as much as possible and crafted in the best materials; high quality wood high quality plastics high quality aluminium and a very good fabric.”

Øivind Alexander Slaatto, Beoplay A9 Designer ​

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One thing I really enjoy about Bang & Olufsen as a brand is their inclusion of  the non-heteronormative dialogue that has finally been gaining positive momentum in mainstream culture. They are sharing the stories of real life people in very matter of fact way. I love how effortless and genuine their thinking is; there isn’t a big to-do about it, it’s just natural.

Bang & Olufsen approach their marketing in a fresh, modern way of thinking. They bring a common, everyday tone that doesn’t boast anything they aren’t already known for. They also don’t ‘pride’ themselves too much. 

Other major brands and retailers should take note and adopt a similar strategy. Instead of hopping on the gay pride bandwagon (as so many brands have done this year) by slapping on a rainbow on a product or just using its colors for convenient placement. 

I suspect the current fad and trying to cash in on the hype will only last the month of June. Only acknowledging a specific community for one month out of the year is just a bit condescending to me. We are not just a holiday, we are everyday.  

Bang & Olufsen have, whether intentional or not (but my guess it was intentional), have charmingly evoked what might not be a normal lifestyle for most, but is normal for a fair amount of the population. 

By featuring a neutral tone on gender and sexuality, they’ve made it a non-thing, they’ve made it a people thing. They have aimed the focus on style, design, and beauty. It’s inclusive and endearing. 

My only criticism would be to include more people of color. Though being a brand from Denmark, I can only assume this is most likely the reasoning for not doing so.

B&O Beoplay A9

Carolyne and Laura, an international creative couple currently living in New York. They open up their beautiful home, rich in character, with B&O. 

Watch their story “Calm, Cool, Collected” below…
Beoplay A9

Beoplay A9

The A9 is designed and crafted like a beautiful piece of furniture with a careful selection of materials and a great attention to detail. The days of wanting to hide your bulky black stereo are over. No matter where you choose to place the A9, it's going to look beautiful.

Stream wirelessly via AirPlay, Google Cast, DLNA or Bluetooth. Built-in access to streaming services. An incredible 480 watts of powerful sound. Intuitive touch control. Beolink Multiroom technology.

DESIGNER
Øivind Alexander Slaatto.


SPECIFICATIONS

DIMENSIONS
On stand Diameter x height x footprint 70.1 x 90.8 x 41.5 cm 27.6 x 35.8 x 16.3 in;
on wall Diameter x depth 70.1 x 21.3 cm 27.6 x 8.4 in.

WEIGHT
15 kg (incl. legs) 14.2 kg (without legs) 33.1 lbs (incl. legs) 31.5 lbs (without legs).

COLOUR
Smoked Oak

MATERIALS
Wood, Fabric, Aluminium and Plastic.

POWER CONSUMPTION
Typical 23 watts Standby 0.4 watts

FREQUENCY
33.1 - 25.000 Hz

POWER AMPLIFIERS
1 x 160 watt class D for bass
2 x 80 watt class D for midrange
2 x 80 watt class D for treble

DRIVER UNITS
1 x 8' woofer
2 x 3" midrange
2 x 3/4" tweeters.
1 x USB iPod/iPhone/iPad connector
1 x Line-in
1 x Ethernet.
WLAN - 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz & 5GHz)

STREAMING SERVICES
Apple AirPlay
DLNA wireless streaming
Bluetooth 4.0
Google Chromecast


Bang & Olufsen has never been one to shy away from intriguing design, and the Beoplay A9 is no different. This AirPlay-capable speaker stands out among other speakers with its unique circular shape that also doubles as a volume control, and TrustedReviews calls the A9's design "minimalist in styling yet attention grabbing in its shape." Its round form houses five speakers that create a sound t-break refers to as "mesmerizing," with TrustedReviews being pleased with "the quality of its sound reproduction." The Beoplay A9 avoids the 'form over function' cliché by not only looking modern and interesting, but by also providing an enjoyable audio experience

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Bang & Olufsen A/S is a Denmark-based company engaged in the design, development and marketing of audio and video equipment. The Company supplies primarily music systems, loudspeakers, television sets and multimedia products. Its activities are divided into two business areas: Business-to-Consumer (B2C) and Business-to-Business (B2B). The B2C area includes two segments: audiovisual (AV), offering audio and video products sold under the Bang & Olufsen brand; and B&O PLAY, which delivers stand-alone, portable products. The B2B business area also consists of Automotive segment, which comprises development, production and sale of sound systems for a range of cars, such as Aston Martin, Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Furthermore, the Company is parent of Bang & Olufsen Group, which operates worldwide.

PRIDE 2019 Playlist

I just went to listen to a song, then it turned into two, the next thing I knew I had half a playlist and said, “well, I guess I gotta put a whole playlist together now.”

Really, I could go on forever with playlists sometimes. So I had to stop with this. The Spotify playlist was an indirect request. I got a good deal of it on there, but not all of it at the end. I may add to it later, but 30 tracks should keep some booties bumping.

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