Tag Archives: Boards Of Canada

“Coming to America” is alive and well in Queens

After a long day of not finding a job, it’s relaxing to engage in an even more mindless activity. Channel surfing, second to sleeping, is the greatest time-waster ever created. My thumb and a few buttons on the remote control give me 200 stations of useless television programming, and occasionally something worth watching. I always […]

Training camp opens… unemployed football fan rejoices

Are you ready for some football? Why, yes, Hank, thanks for asking. I’m actually ready for a lot of things, and football is chief among them. Here’s a quick list… football (like I said) a paycheck this the end of summer a new Boards Of Canada album The World the end of the “Obama isn’t […]

Entrance music for my every unemployed occasion

I want my own theme song, almost as bad as I want a job. I don’t mean music that plays during the credits before and after each episode of my life. The “Night Court” and “Facts of Life” songs are taken anyway, as is the theme to “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” (number one in the […]

Unemployment music roundup

Major labels and the rest of the music industry are dying, or at least pending multiple organ transplants. But there is just an insane amount of great music out there for those willing to turn off the radio and open up a browser. Another browser, that is, as you should never navigate away from Jobless […]

Music today… and by today I mean yesterday

The score to my joblessness

The music I’ve been playing all day while you were at work and I was looking for a job

My music taste, if only someone would pay me for it

I can listen to whatever I want and you can’t stop me

If I can’t work, at least I can rock.