• Friday Download: September 5, 2014

    Happy Friday! Here are some of our favorite internet tidbits from the past week. Check 'em out and then go out and have a great weekend.

    1. Some solid grammar jokes over in this McSweeney's list "Grammar Gossip," so you can be sure to start your weekend off very intellectually.

    2. Vogue sent photographer Daniel Arnold to document the crowd at this year's U.S. Open. The result is, as Vogue put it, "chockablock." His images are unglamorized observations of candid behavior that are equal parts smart, funny, and kind of sad — Arnold is absolutely one to watch.

    3. For all the UK-based people out there, musician King Krule is doing an art exhibit with his brother at Display Gallery in London. The show opens this Friday and is said to be a mix of poetry, music, painting, illustration, silk-screen, and linocut surrounding the themes of "memory, time, and role of the artist in an evolving cityscape."

    4. Sam Smith covered Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge and it's exactly as sad and heart-wrenchingly emotional as you're imagining.

    5. Cayetana, an awesome Philadelphia-based band that we've mentioned before, now has their album streaming a few days ahead of its release. They're performing a few shows around the release as well, so check them out if you can.

    6. Last but not least, Tennis released a very aesthetically pleasing video for an acoustic version of their song "Bad Girls," which is on their upcoming album Ritual in Repeat (out Sept. 9).