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  • Teddy says that Hart has arrived to be with Castlemaine, and I find the whole affair too incongrously bothersome to witness.

    Exit the Actress

  • Finally, we have the most incongrously upbeat track of the entire week: Kid Creole's disco dissing of an FBI snitch.

    Readers recommend songs about villains: The results

  • Taylors Ferry Road in SW Portland is part of the northern border of this district, incongrously bringing the southwest corner of Portland into it.

    When Republicans Attack (Each Other)

  • I've been incongrously excited about this game all year.

    Free Realms

  • The hairdressers' had loads of Beatles photos up on the walls, together with an incongrously positioned group shot of the staff meeting Jason McAteer and Jamie Redknapp.

    Suburban skies

  • Modern Place in Historic Lincoln Heights: In Lincoln Heights, one of Los Angeles's oldest neighborhoods, two modern houses sit incongrously side by side, rising from neighborhood of squat bungalows.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • A claustrophobic mesh of increasingly overwhelming sample-scree, birdsong, droning post-punk bass and incongrously pretty, glacial guitars, it features a list cataloguing the impending doom, from 'the price of bread went up 5 pence today' to 'foreigners get hushed-up trials', mass graves, immigrants kicked to death, the rise of obscurantism and barbarity, the sense (as with most of D. I's work) of a queasy horror at all that is solid melting into air.

    sit down man, you're a bloody tragedy

  • Most of Limp Bizkit's fun songs shoehorned in incongrously slow, serious bridges, so it was pretty shocking that they managed to make a whole song out of one of those brooding grooves that turned out to be one of their best hits.

    Idolator: Music News, Reviews, And Gossip

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