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 0Posted on Sep 25th, 2013 | re: Stereogum's 40 Best New Bands Of 2013 (127 comments)

2010 & 2011 were amazing!

 +2Posted on Sep 23rd, 2013 | re: Deconstructing: Chvrches, Icona Pop, And The Decline Of Guitar Rock (107 comments)

I think the title should be: ‘Sony, Warner & Universal have decided guitars suck, so let’s suck it all together’

 0Posted on Dec 24th, 2012 | re: 2012 In Review: The New Wave Of R&B Comes Into Full Bloom (16 comments)

is PBR&B the new new new metal?

 +3Posted on Dec 19th, 2012 | re: Pitchfork's Top 100 Tracks Of 2012 (234 comments)

it’s not the singer, it’s the song! (shivers)

 +1Posted on Dec 19th, 2012 | re: Pitchfork's Top 100 Tracks Of 2012 (234 comments)

Porcelain Raft’s “Unless you speak from your heart” was released at the beginning of the year and it’s been kinda forgotten everywhere, and again in this one :( It was probably the first song to shock me this year, and some days later it became “Best New Track”. The album is really good too!

 +1Posted on Dec 19th, 2012 | re: Pitchfork's Top 100 Tracks Of 2012 (234 comments)

or The Knife or.. you know, we could start like this and probably find traces of Vivaldi, Beethoven or the A-Team theme

 0Posted on Dec 19th, 2012 | re: Pitchfork's Top 100 Tracks Of 2012 (234 comments)

I agree with you in the comparison and I actually like most of the bands you’ve mentioned A.J., including the Arctic Monkeys though. But I also find for instance, that Grimes sounds a bit like Lykke Li, which she supported in tours, and I love the Swedish singer. Can’t say the same about Grimes..

 0Posted on Dec 6th, 2012 | re: Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time (64 comments)

haha it’s true! I also was going to include that question too, but I wrote too many before..

 -2Posted on Dec 6th, 2012 | re: Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time (64 comments)

Not really. I tend to focus too much on musicality, so that’s why I also asked about the lyrics-thing as well. Glad someone answered my question instead of just downvoting, which I expected to be as it’s being. No hard feelings!

 -1Posted on Dec 6th, 2012 | re: Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time (64 comments)

I do like, own and dance it too! But, again it’s a hip-hop list, so I consider there should be other songs that had more to do with it.. Hip-hop was about streets, graffiti, breakdance.. it’s “The message” for me