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Afternoon Playtonics,

Today, my piece on “Be My Baby” by Ronettes was posted on the online music magazine Tiny Mix Tapes’ Delorean blog.

I’ve been thinking a lot about how drum beats and instrumental parts are recycled. “Be My Baby” is kind of the OG of drum beats. Naturally, I decided to write about the song. Check out my post here.

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Hey Playtonics,

I am thrilled to report that my fifth article for Tiny Mix Tapes’ Delorean blog was posted today! For those of you who don’t know, I, under the moniker “Playtonic J”, write for the online music magazine Tiny Mix Tapes’ Delorean blog. Previously, the Delorean section used to solely consist of reviews for older music. However, with TMT’s redesigned website (and ethos?), the ‘Delorean Blog’ will now be a place where I can write about almost anything: track reviews, lists, Beatles conspiracy theories, etc.

My first article was a kitsch nod to the holiday and film Groundhog Day with a review of the Manic Street Preachers’ song “Groundhog Day.” For my second article,  I continually listened to and painstakingly researched Talking Heads’ 1983 album Speaking in Tongues. Now, after a sizable break from my last article, I decided to write about Levon Helm and Emmylou Harris’ performance of “Evangeline,” a song written by the Band’s Robbie Robertson and immortalized in the concert film The Last Waltz. Click the link below to read my thoughts on “Evangeline”:

http://www.tinymixtapes.com/delorean/levon-helm-and-emmylou-harris-evangeline

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Hey Playtonics,

I am thrilled to report that my first article for Tiny Mix Tapes’ Delorean blog was posted today! For those of you who don’t know, I, under the moniker “Playtonic J”, am writing for the online music magazine Tiny Mix Tapes’ Delorean blog. Previously, the Delorean section used to solely consist of reviews for older music. However, with TMT’s redesigned website (and ethos?), the ‘Delorean Blog’ will now be a place where I can write about almost anything: track reviews, lists, Beatles conspiracy theories, etc. I am really excited for this opportunity and I plan to keep you all abreast as to what I write for TMT.

You can check out my article here. Hint: It has to do with my favorite existential holiday.

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