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 0Posted on Nov 21st | re: TV On The Radio Seeds Comment Party (82 comments)

My Bloody Valentine got one too, didn’t they?

 +3Posted on Nov 18th | re: Stream Ariel Pink pom pom (145 comments)

Narrowing down to seven is pretty tough, but I’ll give it a go…

The War on Drugs – Lost in the Dream
The Joy Formidable – The Big Roar
Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (favorite album ever after OK Computer)
Vampire Weekend – Modern Vampires of the City (has officially overtaken Reflektor as my top album of last year, despite what my blog says. Plus, two AF records would be tiresome.)
Washed Out – Paracosm (how can you not be happy listening to this album?)
Tame Impala – Elephant
Kurt Vile – Wakin on a Pretty Daze

I’d bring “Crazy for You” and “Afraid of Heights” because Best Coast and Wavves make the ultimate beach/island music, but they’re both so short & the songs are too similar that I’d get tired of them way too fast. I’d think about King of Limbs too, if only because if I have to listen to it that much maybe I’ll finally start to love it.

I’ll throw Hinder into the conversation. Especially since their singer was super cocky and ripped on OK GO for being ‘too artsy,” which makes me wonder what he’d say if he listened to Amnesiac. Also, their music is god awful.

Also, I feel like Creed should never be left out when discussing worse bands ever, no?

 -4Posted on Oct 15th | re: Meow The Jewels Is Happening (49 comments)

I think it’d be pretty clever of RTJ to actually release the Meow version first, and let fans speculate based on that how the actual album should sound.

 +3Posted on Sep 26th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (22 comments)

2014 just went from a very meh year to a very great year in a span of 4 days

 +2Posted on Sep 19th | re: Watch Kurt Vile Jam With The War On Drugs In Philly (10 comments)

I’m 17 and think Lost in the Dream is AOTY. Though to be fair when I saw them at Boston Calling is was pretty much just me & adults, but still.

 0Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (198 comments)

I’m the same way, but with The Suburbs, and a little help from OK Computer/The Bends. Before them it was pretty much all Red Hot Chili Peppers & Panic at the Disco for me; now it’s those AF, Radiohead, The Smiths, Hole, and Pavement.

 +1Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (198 comments)

I always thought The Joy Formidable’s stuff was great winter music, especially “Silent Treatment,” “The Greatest Light Is the Greatest Shade” and “I Don’t Want to See You Like This.”

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…to be loved just like everybody else does” doesn’t exist anymore.

We always thought he was just kooky-uncle-crazy, but if this turns out to be true it’s much, much more sinister than that. I don’t if it’s his ego or what, but it seems like the Morrissey who sang “I am human and I need