Go out and steal it. Like Gregg Gillis did. Or just pay what you want at myspace.com/girltalkmusic (which is how he tries to get away with it). Or borrow it from somebody way cooler. But whatever you do, get Gregg’s latest orchestration of famous stolen samples from the breadth and depth of rock ‘n’ roll — that is, in the most mind-bogglingly expansive (Lil Wayne meets Nirvana meets Spencer Davis meets Metallica, Biggie Smalls, Sinead O’Connor, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Band, Ludacris, Radiohead, the Carpenters) meaning of those once electrically meaningful words.
Girl Talk, he’s called. Don’t know why. Feed the Animals, it’s called. Know exactly why. Turns out, this massively thick sonic bouillabaise does just that. Feeds the wild stuff inside that you never could think away. It will make your inner animal smile (or, better yet, bare his teeth). And it will make your inner animal drum his metaphorically arthritic fingers and tap her metaphorically arthritic toes (even if you are, in fact, old enough to have such maladies, old enough to say, for instance: “Where are all the melodies?”). And it will bust the crust on that ever-expanding nougat-y part deep down inside, somewhere between your erstwhile sex organ and your vestigial left nipple, that, once upon a time, back in 1933 (or whenever you stopped breathing), couldn’t help itself.
Do it, and your soul will get fat and happy again. Money-back-guaranteed.
Girl Talk: three words: I love you.
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Croom talks director role with Adweek
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Vaccination: our state’s best shot
As reported in AdAge and Adweek, DC was awarded the state’s $40 million campaign to bolster public confidence in Covid-19 vaccinations. And work is already underway on this critical effort.
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InnovAsian: The Next Generation
DC is back with seconds of our award-winning, supply-chain-busting InnovAsian Occasion campaign now running on stations across the nation.
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Beautyscape in the Bahamas
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SweeTARTS' Be Both is back
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CBS x Alfred Coffee · Emmy Awards
DCLA partnered CBS Studios with Alfred Coffee to reach Emmy voters and garner support for Star Trek: Picard. The timely work tapped into the diversity and inclusion central to Gene Roddenberry’s original vision.
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Even the mild-mannered have something inside that drives them wild. And thanks to StubHub that wild thing is busting out all over.
Gap · Dress Normal
Gap asked us to build consideration and generate trial for their newly launched “Dress Normal” brand platform. Thirty influential Instagram photogs helped us do just that.
This way to health insurance
Today marks the launch of our first campaign for Covered California as part of a five-year, $400-million effort to help all Californians get the health insurance they need.