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I’m excited that there’s another Susanne Sundfør song on the album. “Running to the Sea” is great, and there’s just something about her voice…
I seriously want “No family is safe when I sashay” plastered on a shirt, on my wall, on *something.* Because that shit’s better than a rainbow necklace.
Interesting song, and really interesting statement. The bit about watching counter culture become diluted and appropriated seems to pair pretty well with what Owen Pallet was saying when he ripped into Pitchfork and modern music journalism during his interview at the Polaris music awards tonight.
I was listening to a bunch of Mr. Stott’s stuff yesterday, and thinking that *surely* he must have an album coming out this year. Sweet! I’m glad this one has vocals from Alison Skidmore too.
After that headline, I was a little disappointed to see that Hopscotch is a festival.
Ugh, those people are the worst, and ugh, my sympathies to the OG poster.
It wasn’t quite that bad, but I was getting that at a show in New York last month that I had been eagerly, eagerly awaiting, and I don’t live in New York, everything just happened to align so I could be there. I almost wanted to be like “Jerks, I live 4 hours away from here and don’t know if I’ll get to see this act again. STFU!”
I mean, considering that you *are* the Raptor Jesus, I’m willing to give credence to your assertions. That explains why your and Richard D. James’ initials are so close, after all…
I saw that after I read this post, but thanks for pointing that out! I apparently should be reading this feature.
Oh man, I didn’t know Kelly was writing for this ‘gum now! I have been missing out, apparently.
ALSO, that pamphlet on disappearing reads a lot like this weird pamphlet on meditation that someone outside the subway handed to me. I just figured they were part of a local yoga cult. That’s a thing, right?
Anthropomorphic Microsoft paperclip? It’s clippy, bitch.