Your last paragraph must be placed in some indie-music fans constitution, so all the lamenters would be quickly sent to check it, if it’s so hard for them to grasp such simple truth on their own.
Do not for a moment think that there is something wrong with you.
But let me add this: do not expect anything to give you its best instantly, even the pop tunes, which are kinda predisposed to do so. That Chandelier song, just like other call-me-maybes, we-found-loves, teenage-dreams and gangnam-styles, blossoms with some repetitious approaches or at least some aquaintace with it. Give it couple of tries.
You know what, what you’re saying made me think that Vampire Weekend may be The Beatles of the Modern Days.
Dude, this is a spot on analogy. Was gonna say it, then saw your message.
What miss Swift is claiming is a total rhetorics, and I am sure she’s saying it conciously. Placing her piece of work on streaming services would only result in a greater spread of it, while not devaluating it significantly, if not not devaluating it at all. It was all in all a practical decision, which I rather support. The problem is that she and her team are not being persuasive.
It’s hilarious! How can such comment be downvoted? What’s downvotable in it?
Requesting 10 best and worst Rhianna’s songs!
‘We Found Love’ is obviously a good song – calling it one of the finest would be a stretch. And if you like it, I can’t undertand how you don’t like the rest of Calvin Harris. His first two albums are absolute fun, on third he’s making dollars. And he doesn’t seem to be taking himself very serious, he’s no J.Biebz at that point.
I didn’t know “Turn Down For What” is a recent song. I thought it’s some classic booty-shaker.
The War On Drugs is like the most summery music, not spending summer at the beach music, but riding in my chevy through the desert kind of music.
Salad Days is my Before Today of 2014.