Chris Huss
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 +16Posted on Dec 14th, 2014 | re: DIIV Respond To Controversy Over Bassist's Hateful 4Chan Comments (75 comments)

Perfect Pussy IS a terrible terrible band tho

 0Posted on Dec 9th, 2014 | re: Win Stereogum's 10 Best Albums Of 2014 On Vinyl Courtesy Of Insound (2398 comments)

St. Vincent, st. Vincent

 +1Posted on Nov 28th, 2014 | re: Bastille & Haim - "Bite Down" (2 comments)

Bastille are a terrible, terrible band

this is the band stereogum should be promoting instead of this Taylor Swift nonsense

 +2Posted on Jun 24th, 2014 | re: Album Of The Week: How To Dress Well "What Is This Heart?" (33 comments)


 +22Posted on Jun 24th, 2014 | re: Vote For The Song Of The Summer 2014 (183 comments)

So the editors pretty much ignored what was in the comments, just so they could include these pop songs. Like, that Nico and Vinz song was in maybe a few comments, Real Estate was in dozens, but I guess that doesn’t matter. Much less Calvin Harris, Sia, Ariana Grande, and Lil Jon who also had very few nominations.

 +1Posted on Jun 19th, 2014 | re: The Week In Pop: Presenting The Mid-2014 Pop Superlatives (18 comments)

Singing in a higher register does not mean they sound similar to Queen! Writers do that with just about anyone with a high voice and it’s just lazy.

 0Posted on Jun 17th, 2014 | re: Win A Lana Del Rey Deluxe Ultraviolence Box Set (278 comments)

West Coast

 0Posted on Jun 16th, 2014 | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

Mac Demarco -”Passing out Pieces”
Courtney Barnett -”Avant Gardner”
Tune-Yards -”Water Fountain”
The Both-”Milwaukee”
Chromeo-”Over Your Shoulder”
Girl Talk/Freeway -”tolerated”
Angel Olsen-”Hi-Five”
St. Vincent-”Digital Witness”
Tacocat-Psychedelic Quincenara”

Anyone that says that awful Chandelier song makes poor life choices.

 -2Posted on Jun 6th, 2014 | re: Purple Turns 20 (61 comments)

I know, people who actually think this band, Live, Offspring, all this rip off grunge mediocrity is good is genuinely shocking to me, for people who read Stereogum.