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The Fyre Festival couldn't have flopped any harder if it tried, and we're talking about a ridiculously decadent event in the Bahamas that had people shelling out a jaw-dropping $12k for tickets. That kind of money should guarantee nothing short of a paradise on earth. 

Subreddit dedictaed to Fyre Festival shows how terrible the event is.
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Leave it to the unmistakably talented, previously undiscovered washing machine to turn your conception of musical talent upside down. Legit, this could make for a decent track. Let's get that MP3 going, guys. 

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There is nothing in the world cooler than electric guitars. Maybe french fries, but that's a huge maybe. 

via The Rail Rat

But how are we supposed to deal when a 13-year-old plays one of the most iconic electric guitar solos on an acoustic guitars and makes it even better. Like look at this kid:

Come on, dude. 

Liu Jazhuo, a 13-year-old boy from the Gansu province in China, has been playing guitar since he was seven and is currently demolishing Angus Young's signature solo on Twitter. It's enough to make me look at my Univox Hi-Flyer, shrug, and say, "What's the point?"

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During the controversial video for Snoop Dogg's "Lavendar" he can be seen quite literally taking aim with a pistol at a mock-up of Donald Trump. Obviously, these being the times we live in, such blasphemy couldn't go unaddressed; and by no one other than the president himself. Donald Trump lashed out in expectedly incendiary fashion, and proceeded to kick the ever hungry appetites of Twitter Trolls near and far. Come on DJ Trump, leave Snoop Dogg out of this. 

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I have no idea what this seven kinds of crazy young lady is on, but whatever it is, can I get some? Clearly someone f**ked with the batch of whatever she ingested, and we're fortunate(?) enough to witness her psychedelic-fueled trip to Pluto and back. She definitely didn't fail to get out of her mind (out of her damn body) for a music festival. I want the follow up to her episode though. Shit, I want the live-tweet recap. Anyone out there, please?

Anyways, as the Urban Outfitted, hipster-hatted, sloppily face-painted season of outdoor festivals like Coachella loom heavy on the horizon...what better way to get in the spirit of what will surely be many an episode of Milllennials experimenting with drugs for the first time, than to take a ride to outer space with this chick, right?

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Was really trying to sum up the rollercoaster ride that is Mac Demarco partaking in the ever sadistic, albeit highly entertaining Hot Ones challenge, in that headline.

If you're not familiar with our Canadian-based guest of the hour, DeMarco picked up something of a cult following for the very fact he so blatantly lives against the grain as a chainsmoking, shitty-beer-guzzling countercultural, anti-indie (even though he'd fall on the vein of 'indie rock) singer-songwriter with a talent for penning angsty though relatable, psychedelic lyrics.

Lyrics that have a knack for inviting you to breathe in a bit deeper and out even easier, as you float through a day's menial tasks with calm complacency. Check out his most acclaimed album to date over here, if you're at all intrigued.

But anyways that's just his musical background. You could hate the young dude's music, and still enjoy his pridefully weird, bizarre antics, during this 'interview.'

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