This track just leaked was apparently recorded a few years ago while Daft Punk was working on the Tron Soundtrack. The song falls in line with Daft Punk’s recent run of high profile collaborations. When icons of different genres work together we all benefit.
Our second issue is almost ready! The boys are hard at work putting together the next issue which will be available March 8th.
In this issue we will see the second installment of Scott McCullough’s essay Just Who Is New England’s Greatest Rival. Richard McLaws introduces us to the elusive Mr. W who gives us a beer drinker’s guide to Rio de Janeiro in advance of the 2014 World Cup. We take a look at re-release of Adidas’ Stan Smith and much more.
…How you gonna come?
Apparently by standing by and doing nothing. This past weekend MLS and TeamOps, threatened Monty Rodrigues with ejection while he was on the Capo stand, in front of the Fort, for actions of others beyond his control. This obviously not the first time this has happened (see: Fortgate). The premise was if he did not stop swearing and stop the Fort from using unwelcome language he would be removed.
Information is scarce at this point. Here is what we know:
During the second half of tonight’s game the capo in front of the Fort was approached by TeamOps (Kraft’s in house security firm) and an, unidentified at this point, MLS official and informed the if swearing in the Fort did not cease the capo would be ejected from the game. The Capo who was involved in the initial Fortgate incident was involved and had just taken the stand for the second half. He left of his own free will, refusing to be ejected for an issue beyond his control by MLS and Kraft thugs.
At this point there are plenty of rumors and information swirling around, and you know we are on top of it. We are actively collecting information and will provide as much as possible as soon as possible.
If you aren’t already mad… your doing it wrong.
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As we come up on our official release of TDIF Print, I realize that out online content has been severely lacking. The amount of work that we’ve put in to get this first issue done has been intense. Going forward from here for our next issues the work should hopefully be a little less, as the very basics are now in place for future issues and we do not have to start from scratch. Continue reading