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Posts Tagged ‘music’

I’m With Stupid – September 23, 2016

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI’ve always considered myself a bit of a music nerd, and as I may have mentioned before, I have what I call a phonographic memory — meaning I can remember the words to every song I’ve ever heard but somehow I won’t remember your name the first six times I’m reintroduced to you.

In some ways, it’s great. For instance, I like to sing along with the radio when I’m driving, so it’s nice not to fumble over the lyrics and look like an idiot when other people are in the car with me. In other ways, though, it can be a pain in the ass, and I was reminded of that recently when I started working an almost full-time job in an office near my home. Read the rest of this entry →


09 2016

I’m With Stupid – July 8, 2016

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallI’ve been running a kids camp this summer, and any time we go somewhere as a group — to a museum or whatever — we have huge fights over who controls the radio. I, a lover of music, can’t abide the horrific dreck the kids and the 19-year-old counselor want to listen to, and they, tasteless know-nothings that they are, show no appreciation for timeless classics like the Rolling Stones, Motown and pretty much anything made last century or with real instruments and un-autotuned voices.

Well, guess what, America? Chicken butt. Sorry, sorry. Force of habit from dealing with kids all day. Read the rest of this entry →


07 2016

I’m With Stupid – May 27, 2016

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallAs many of you know, I consider myself a big fan of music. I know that’s not a particularly profound thought, but in my case — what with my funk radio show (moving to alternate Tuesdays starting June 21!) — it runs a little deeper. Music is one of my things.

This comes with one huge caveat, however: I consider bad music so much worse than no music at all. I applaud the artists for creating it and getting it on the air, but I fervently hope I never hear it again. I won’t go into depth about which genres I consider unlistenable, but they start with twangy country and move through techno and boy band right on up to modern hip-hop and anything auto-tuned.  Read the rest of this entry →


05 2016

I’m With Stupid – February 26, 2016

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallSome of you may not know this — and to be honest, it’s barely true — but I’m a DJ. Every other Friday I host a two-hour show on KDNK Community Radio in Carbondale. (Membership drive going on right now! Please help keep us on the air.) The name of the show is “KaDuNKafunk” (get it?), and as that name implies, I play mostly funk music. That’s my favorite genre, and if other people like it, great; if not, tough noogies.

So I get it. I understand that everyone likes to listen to their own tunes, and to some extent you have to not worry too much about what other people think of your musical tastes. But if you’re in a public place, you should at least try to be considerate of other people who may happen to be there. Read the rest of this entry →


02 2016

I’m With Stupid – September 27, 2013

by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallIt’s not often that I get to see movies before they go into wide distribution, but such was the case Wednesday night when I attended an Aspen Film Fest showing of “Muscle Shoals,” a documentary that opens for limited release in U.S. theaters today.

Having been given this rare opportunity, I’ve decided to indulge my inner movie critic and write a review of “Muscle Shoals,” but I have a few disclaimers I’d like to get out of the way before I start. Read the rest of this entry →


09 2013

I’m With Stupid – March 9, 2012

by Todd Hartley 

I’ve always wanted to do one of those stream-of-consciousness-type columns that are written in one mad rush, and this week I wasn’t able to find anything in the news that I deemed column-worthy, so I’ve decided to take the plunge. Here’s to hoping it doesn’t end up quite as badly as I fear it might.

In order to do this properly, I realize I should, much like Jack Kerouac before me, take massive amounts of benzedrine and write this on a scroll. Unfortunately, I don’t know what benzedrine is Read the rest of this entry →


03 2012

I’m With Stupid – August 19, 2011

by Todd Hartley

Hey, all you head bangers! Are you guys ready to rock? I said are you guys ready to rock? Ready for some dirty deeds done dirt cheap? Ready to get thunder struck and shaken all night long? Are you ready to get down to the loudest sound around, the sound you need that makes your eardrums bleed, the thunder from Down Under? Then for those about to rock, we salute you. Let’s hear you make some noise for AC/DC!

That’s what I’m talking about, America. Get loud! Read the rest of this entry →


08 2011

I’m With Stupid – May 27, 2011

by Todd Hartley

Here at I’m With Stupid, we’ve long adhered to a theory that might seem counterintuitive to most of you, and that is this: men are better shoppers than women. We know many of you, especially those of the female persuasion, probably think we’re as stupid as our name suggests for making such a claim, but we think we can prove it.

Let’s say you took two people – one a heterosexual man, the other a woman – to Target and asked them both to go buy a shirt. What do you think would happen? Read the rest of this entry →


05 2011

I’m With Stupid – April 29, 2011

by Todd Hartley

You’ll have to indulge me a little this week, folks. I’m afraid stupid people other than myself have decided to take the week off, leaving me to plum the shallows of my limited imagination to bring you this week’s rant.

Fortunately, I have something I’ve been wanting to say for a long time. You see, I’m what some people might call a music geek, and every time I hear a little snippet – and believe me, that’s as much as I can bear – of the auto-tuned, DJ-spun, crotch-grabbing-rappery, boy-bandish, no-instruments-required crap that people call music these days, a little part of me dies. Read the rest of this entry →


04 2011

Latest Finds: Afrobeat

You know how every so often you discover something so amazing you can’t believe you hadn’t heard of it up until that point in your life? So it was for me with afrobeat, the infectious music invented by the great Fela Kuti in Nigeria in the early ’70’s. Read the rest of this entry →


09 2010

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