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  • 1. Legendary Iron Hood 03:47 lyrics buy track 2. (How Could Anybody) Feel At Home 04:14 lyrics buy track 3. Hymnal (feat. Sammus) 03:20 lyrics buy track 4. No Selling (Uncle Butch Pretending It Don't Hurt) 03:02 video lyrics buy track 5. Happy Wasteland Day 03:42 video lyrics buy track 6. Daydreaming In The Projects 03:12 lyrics buy track 7. Brick Body Complex 04:07 video lyrics buy track 8. TLDR (Smithing) 02:47 lyrics buy track 9. Breezeway Ritual 02:24 lyrics buy track 10. Wedding Ghosts 02:18 lyrics buy track 11. 95 Radios (feat. Has-Lo) 04:03 video lyrics buy track 12. My Auntie's Building 02:15 lyrics buy track about With the first song of his 2014 masterpiece, Dark Comedy, Open Mike Eagle reintroduced himself by defining his style: “I’m bad at sarcasm so I work in absurdity.” On that album, Mike deconstructed our overstimulated and over-surveilled society with ease and caustic wit. But what do you do when the world warps and bends into a shape so absurd that it can no longer be exaggerated?

    Brick Body Kids Still Daydream is a searingly political record for systolic political times. It chronicles the life cycle of the Robert Taylor Homes, a housing project on the South side of Chicago that was demolished completely ten years ago. Families that had lived under the same roof for three generations were forced to scatter, condemned by bureaucrats and faceless cranes and public indifference. Mike Eagle brings the Robert Taylor Homes back to life--literally, with arms and eyes and a head like the dome of a stadium--and fights until the last brick is made to crumble.

    As always, Mike slips in and out of various grey areas; on the opener “legendary iron hood,” he raps, “you think it's all good, but it's really a gradient.” The nostalgia (“95 radios”) is a little bit painful, the triumph (“hymnal”) comes through painstaking, incremental work. Everything needs to be earned, even the radio signals that are picked up through tinfoil wrapped on children's hands.

    The thesis becomes fully formed on “brick body complex,” where the hook is a towering statement of identity: “Don't call me ‘nigga,’ or ‘rapper,’ my motherfucking name is Michael Eagle.” But this is not a departure from the man-as-building conceit--the flesh and blood and brick and mortar are inextricable.

    In case there was any ambiguity about the political and cultural forces that lead to the Robert Taylor Homes’ eventual destruction, Brick Body Kids Still Daydream ends with perhaps the most powerful song of Mike Eagle’s catalog to date. “my auntie’s building” is a tour de force. “They say America fights fair,” he raps. “But they won't demolish your timeshare.” This is the point: the decay and eventual destruction of public housing--and of the physical lives of Black Americans generally--has been normalized in a way that should be grotesquely absurd. “They blew up my auntie’s building / Put out her great-grandchildren / Who else in America deserves to have that feeling? / Where else in America will they blow up your village?”

    Production comes courtesy of Exile, Toy Light, Andrew Broder, Illingsworth, DJ Nobody, Kenny Segal, Caleb Stone, Lo-Phi, Elos, and Has-Lo, who produces and guests on “95 radios.” “hymnal” also features a superb turn from Sammus, who maintains the same rhyme scheme throughout her defiant verse.

    As grave as the album’s stakes are, it's still anchored by Mike Eagle’s irrepressible sense of humor. (His live comedy show, The New Negroes, is upcoming via Comedy Central.) “no selling” is a hilarious take on practiced indifference, and “TLDR” bridges the economic gap with withering wit: “If you was rich and ‘bout to be broke, I can coach you / ‘Cause I can show you how to kill a roach with a boat shoe.”

    Eagle has earned rave reviews in Pitchfork, the LA Weekly, and wherever brilliant, avant-garde rap is appreciated. Brick Body Kids Still Daydream is his most overtly political work to date, and puts to use all the dazzling technical skills he's perfected over more than a decade at the forefront of rap’s underground. In chaotic and increasingly fractured times, it has a few crucial things to bring to your attention. credits released September 15, 2017

    01 “Legendary Iron Hood”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Exile
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    02 “(How Could Anybody) Feel At Home”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: DJ Nobody
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    03 “Hymnal Featuring Sammus”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Andrew Broder
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    04 “No Selling (Uncle Butch Pretending It Don't Hurt)”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Kenny Segal
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    05 “Happy Wasteland Day”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Exile
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    06 “Daydreaming In The Projects”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Illingsworth
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    07 “Brick Body Complex”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Caleb Stone
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    08 “TLDR (Smithing)”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Illingsworth
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    09 “Breezeway Ritual”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Lo-Phi
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    10 “Wedding Ghosts”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Elos
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    11 “95 Radios (feat. Has-Lo)”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Has-Lo
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    12 “My Auntie's Building”
    Written by Open Mike Eagle
    Produced by: Toylight
    Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev

    Additional Production By Jodan Katz
    Guitar by Dan Miller

    Artwork by McKay Felt
    All Songs Mixed and Mastered by Daddy Kev
    Open Mike Eagle is Published by Wichita Songs/Domino Music Publishing

    Executive Produced by Michael Tolle, Michael Eagle, Mark Bowen
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    Ashley Feinberg is fearless, clever, and deeply committed to scouring the internet for incriminating information about celebrities and coworkers alike. Which is why I’d like to take this opportunity to highlight the first post she ever wrote for Gizmodo: This Coffee Table Looks Better and Assembles Easier Than Your Ikea Furniture .

    UPDATE : Mitch Prinstein recently published a social commentary about professional life in America. "If your workplace sometimes feels like you're reliving high school, that's because you are," he wrote. Prinstein is an adolescent psychology professor at the University of North Carolina and author of the book Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World. What makes Popular fascinating is not necessarily that central thesis, which will likely feel familiar to people far beyond Yale’s ivy-covered walls. It is, rather, the depth with which Prinstein explains the world in its perma-Mean Girls ways .

    Wow! This is a book I need to read. The culture at SolAero Technologies certainly left me feeling like I was reliving high school. Unfortunately, I ended up in the other side of the lunch room from a couple Mean Girls . Prinstein sums it up, "Popularity is much like class in America: It divides people. It defines people." Focusing on how to improve the efficiency of our space solar cells was far less important than forming "popularity" cliques at SolAero Technologies. I had a strong relationship with my coworker, Maria Rosario Gonzales (Velasquez), for about ten months. She participated in my hire; served as my supervisor, trainer and senior mentor. Mid-September she sent me this text to celebrate my birthday:

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