125124123122121120119118117116115114113112111111110109108107106105104103102101099098097096095094093092091090089088087086085084083082081080079078077076075073072071070069068067066065064063062061060059058057056055054053052051050049048047046045044043042041040COMP038037036035034033032031030029028027026025024023022021020019018017016015014013012011010009008007006005004003002001 Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra (SMZ) has traced a barbed-wire arc of genre-defying protest music since its inception in 1999.
Formed by Efrim Menuck, with Thierry Amar and Sophie Trudeau, the initial iteration of the band was a predominantly instrumental trio that forged a more intimate and ragged chamber-punk than Godspeed You!
Are you telling me you missed out on everything else that appeared on the screen of your phone? Sometimes, when you have gone out of your way and managed to send a reply, I know you're just going through old messages and clearing your inbox.
Everybody knows you're online, everybody knows you've read their messages, you should know this more than anyone else. What else could I possibly assume when you respond to a two-week old movie plan with the audacity of the monosyllable, 'No'? When I send out a message asking for your opinion, it's based on your general availability and the fact that I have seen you online on multiple platforms at that point. But that one time you could make yourself useful, you disappear! The trouble is, I see you with your phone all the time. In spite of which you conveniently unsee people asking important questions. It bothers me as much as it does you that this, texting, is the leading form of communication. Not everybody makes mundane conversations through text.
But dude, even though I may not be running on a schedule as tight as yours, I happen to have a life too.Most recently, SMZ has pared back to five players, with Menuck’s massive spectrum-spanning electric guitar sound emerging as the spine around which two violins, bass (now more often electric than acoustic) and drums are deployed.SMZ have managed a handful of short tours in the past couple of years (in the gaps between GYBE commitments) and as anyone who has seen the band in its recent incarnation can attest, their current sound is more honed, laser-guided and bone-rattling than ever, melding hardcore, blues, garage and dark metal influences that have nothing to do with anything so quaint as “post-rock” (a tag the group has always and rightly rejected).And, yeah, I need it all right now Last year I had drama, girl not right now I was never gon' chat what we talkin' about You the only one I know could fit it all in her... man I always wonder if you ask yourself Is it just me? Or is this sex so good I shouldn't have to fuck for free? man [Chorus: Drake] I always wonder if you ask yourself Is it just me? Or is this sex so good I shouldn't have to fuck for free? “For Free” is the fourth collaboration between DJ Khaled and Drake, following “No New Friends,” “I’m On One,” and “Fed Up.” Khaled also put an ad-lib at the end of Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.” The track was just certified gold by the RIAA, meaning it’s sold over 500,000 copies.