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 +3Posted on Mar 16th | re: Tyler, The Creator Arrested For Inciting A Riot At SXSW (65 comments)

OF is for the kids

 +3Posted on Mar 16th | re: Tyler, The Creator Arrested For Inciting A Riot At SXSW (65 comments)

Yes he does play piano, yes he does write melodies, you would know if you listenned.
Example of a great song :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sg8TD1EAZbM&hd=1

Sincerely hope you learn something today

yes how DARE he skip a verse of his damn song! :)

 0Posted on Dec 30th, 2013 | re: The Best Soundtrack Moments Of 2013 (23 comments)

Come on, this is clearly a cinephilic movie massively influenced by french cinema, just like The Squid and the Whale. Homage.

 0Posted on Dec 27th, 2013 | re: The 10 Biggest Music Beefs Of 2013 (14 comments)

And then you dissed Morrissey. I strongly disagree with those articles.

 +3Posted on Dec 27th, 2013 | re: The 10 Biggest Music Beefs Of 2013 (14 comments)

Your article on Miley VS Sinead was pretty weird to Me. In my opinion, Sinead was way out of line slut-shaming Miley and being so patronizing. What She did was pretty offensive and She deserved to be put back in her place. I believe her behaviour here was anti-feminist, not Miley’s.

Plus, have you seen those vegetables pics? She’s cray.

 -2Posted on Dec 25th, 2013 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Top 10 Songs Of 2013 (106 comments)

Come on, it’s obviously a great song. On of the most impressive and memorable choruses of the year. Stop hatin

 +3Posted on Dec 12th, 2013 | re: Stereogum's 50 Favorite Songs Of 2013 (210 comments)

1. Daft Punk – Touch
2. Vampire Weekend – Ya Hey
3. Drake – Hold On, We’re Going Home
4. The Strokes – One Way Trigger
5. Jackson Scott – Together Forever
6. Miley Cyrus – We Can’t Stop
7. Kanye West – Bound 2
8. Arcade Fire – Here Comes The Night Time
9. Blood Orange – Time Will Tell
10. Lana Del Rey – Young And Beautiful

 +1Posted on Nov 5th, 2013 | re: Eminem: Rap Game Eric Clapton (29 comments)

I have been thinking about this too. I feel that he would get more respect if he was rarer and just appeared for some good-to-awesome guest verses once in a while. It might be better to keep people wanting more rather than releasing albums with a lot of crappy songs.
As a listenner I don’t mind though, and I would be sad if I couldn’t listen to We Made You, Crack A Bottle, No Love, Rap God, Love Game…

I watched the whole thing and thought it was pretty enjoyable.
It started with Arcade Fire performing “Afterlife” with a choreography from Greta Gerwig and a bunch a kids, pretty charming stuff.
The performances were good, Eminem killed it, and the live music video thing gave some nice results with M.I.A. and Tyler and Earl.
There were some pretty creative moments, OK GO did some live painting on Jason Schwartzman’s face…
The point was to celebrate the DIY quality of youtube videos, not the pomp of the Grammys and they succeeded at times. The show felt more like some walkabout theater where the audience wanders around and artists perform stuff on different stages.
Negative points, it was kind of a mess, there were some embarassing skits, the sound was not good and Maclemore received an award.