Category Archives: Music

Lana Del Rey’s New Album: Chemtrails Over the Country Club

Steve Sailer writes: “Singer Lana Del Rey has been triggering music critics for a decade for her pride in being a beautiful straight white American woman. But she’s so smart (philosophy major in college) and aesthetically gifted (both in terms … Continue reading

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Katy Perry

Comment: I was thinking of lifeless pop songs now, is “The One That Got Away” by Katy Perry. Girls love singing this at karaoke night, and it sounds like a simulacra of a song which was famous. Part of the … Continue reading

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Which Music Attracts & Repels Blacks?

From comments at Steve Sailer: * A jazz musician being interviewed on NPR mentioned that he hated Bach. The interviewed affects shock and asks why, and the jazz man’s reasons are redolent of Wagner’s complaints about Mendelssohn: it’s like a … Continue reading

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Major Tom

Out in the distance I heard this song from season four of The Americans and I went on a journey until I could ask the viewer to help me track down the song, to rewind, and to get happy. Standing … Continue reading

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Why Are Rock Stars Fey?

Steve Sailer writes: Stars, of course, tend to be attention-seeking, which is not an extremely masculine trait. There’s a modest negative correlation between how much a star needs applause and his masculinity level. Broadway stars are the surest of getting … Continue reading

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