I already have my ticket to Saturday! Genuinely excited for Outkast, Weezer, De La Soul, and No Age, but I also get to relive the glory days and watch some Third Eye Blind and Smash Mouth.
I’m very vocal about my frustration with the Black Keys’ recent change in sound, but I’m kind of liking this. I’ve always thought Dan did well with slow-burners like this.
I want to like the Cloud Nothings album more. I absolutely love Attack On Memory, but this one isn’t doing it for me. May need a few more listens to catch on I guess.
I love this.
That’s pretty spot on, besides the omission of The Big Come Up.
Attack & Release is the most intriguing album to me, and even though it’s only their 5th or 6th best, I find myself liking it a lot. Danger Mouse definitely changed their sound with A&R, but he gave just the right touch of weirdness to make it awesome.
I’m not going to lie – this is my favorite “guilty pleasure” song of the past 10 years. Pallett is right, it’s super exhilarating.
98% of Katy Perry’s songs are run of the mill, nothing special. But I honestly dig this song a lot.
Seriously. I always considered him a favorite of mine, but what is he doing? He needs to take his foot off the pedal a little bit.
I love the garage rawness of their early days in the Rubber Factory, but I can understand that they’ve moved on and expanded their sound. I get it.
But why can’t they do something more in the vein of Brothers? That album was a perfect album of how they could expand while keeping their bluesy, soulful roots. This is soul-less trash compared to anything on Brothers.
“Magic” is my jam though. “Magic” is my jam.
The only thing I associate with Doe Paoro is that one time we got Internet flash mobbed: http://www.stereogum.com/951861/band-to-watch-doe-paoro/franchises/band-to-watch/