Guus Voorham

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Has this ever been replicated? People have pointed me towards Massive Attack and trip-hop, but that's not what I'm looking for. Zero 7 and Air is elevator music. FKA Twigs is good, but well... any more of that sexy-self-loathing-fragile-feminine-noir-soul music?
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August 24, 2014 on Dummy Turns 20
Gang Gang Dance does not have a useless member! The guy on the front left serves a purpose by holding up an exotic oriential drum piece so someone else can play it.
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January 13, 2012 on Top 10 Bands With Members Who Don’t Play Anything
alright, I'll do that: listen to some older stuff first. thanks
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December 20, 2011 on Pitchfork’s Top 50 Albums Of 2011
Nah, that's not what I meant.To say something is 'good if it's good' defeats the point of written reviews, doesn't it. If that would be the case you could just say: 'this shit is good: listen to it.' Yet music reviews exist. With Destroyer I just want to know what I'm missing, seeing as everyone seems to like it very much. hell it wouldn't be the first time a review, or maybe your comment, totally changed my view on a record.
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December 18, 2011 on Pitchfork’s Top 50 Albums Of 2011
Can somebody explain Destroyer to me? God knows I've listened to that album alot, it does nothing for me. I feel like alot of albums with huge acclaim are juxtaposed somehow against music from decades ago (Girls, PJ Harvey, Destroyers and I guess Fleet Foxes too.) And while I love that little 90ies revival thing with this year (Yuck, Pains (...) Heart, Araabmuzik) I just don't get it when bands build on music from the 80ies or before. Is, is that what's going on?
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December 18, 2011 on Pitchfork’s Top 50 Albums Of 2011
I rebel against the system, and choose an unnominated song: Shuffle by Bombay Bicycle Club! Confetti, everywhere!
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July 1, 2011 on And The Indie Song Of Summer 2011 Is…
I hope their next album will be like that future islands remix with victoria legrand. Still dreamy, more direction. I think this is like that
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February 28, 2011 on Hear Beach House’s New Song, Performed At Webster Hall