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Solomon Umana
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 +8Posted on Oct 7th | re: Sun Kil Moon - "War On Drugs: Suck My Cock" (147 comments)

Well, this confirms my suspicion that this whole thing is just indie rock’s answer to the one-sided Lil B/Kevin Durant beef.

Which is to say, this is pretty funny, but it’s no “Fuck KD”.

 +3Posted on Oct 2nd | re: Q&A: Kevin Barnes On Of Montreal's Next Album Aureate Gloom (10 comments)

This sounds like it’s going to be in about the same vein as Paralytic Stalks.

God, I can’t wait for another record in the vein of Paralytic Stalks.

THE PIT
I WAS IN IT
THE PIT
YOU WERE IN IT
THE PIT
WE ALL WERE IN THE PIIIIIIIIIT

 0Posted on Aug 5th | re: Medicine - "Turning" (3 comments)

Long As the Sun -> It’s Not Enough -> Burn It was one of my favorite stretches of music to come out of last year. So glad there’s more on the way.

 +4Posted on Jul 16th | re: Hodor Announces "Rave Of Thrones" DJ Tour (5 comments)

Definitely thought this was an Onion article at first

 0Posted on Jul 15th | re: The Drums - "Magic Mountain" (9 comments)

Wait, did Pierce’s solo album actually get released? I remember that song coming out but not any follow up.

 +1Posted on Jun 30th | re: Violence Erupts At BET Awards Parties (6 comments)

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 +5Posted on Jun 20th | re: Bee Thousand Turns 20 (32 comments)

I’m something of a GBV stan, but I do have a measure of discernment with which I can say confidently that February’s Motivational Jumpsuit could easily slide into the band’s stream of straight-up opuses from 92-97, which is pretty amazing considering how much they’ve put out in just the last two and a half years. But, I mean, I also think Under the Bushes edges out this record for their best work, so I could be wrong.

Well, I think if you look at the sort of “traditional” R&B that Smith is emulating, there’s definitely not a lot of critical/cultural cachet there nowadays – most of that is going to hip-hop or to the artier variations that I’m glad we’ve stopped calling “PBR&B.” Which, honestly, from an artistic standpoint I think is a good thing, but that’s of course debatable. That’s why I think records like Saint Heron last year are so important – it’s like, no, it’s not just white people taking these influences in interesting directions. Still wouldn’t say it’s “disgusting” the way Smith et. al crib from the genre, though.

wow, tl/dr

Hmm.

A new Art Brut album would be quite nice.