Great list but Sigur Ros probably released the best album of their career and Pusha-T also had an incredible Yeezus-esque debut. But besides those oversights, good stuff.
Ma$e, a G.O.O.D Music hanger-on?…And in the same breath as Cyhi? Please…
The line was “WHAT’S A KING TO A GOD?”…not the other way around
When I played my friend’s Blonde Redhead’s last record “Penny Sparkle,” They thought it was the new XX record.
Phantom, what do you know about rap? The chorus of “Fur in my cap” and “Beez in the trap” etc is a rally common choral form that got really popular with the “snap music” of early aughts. its not copyist, its a style. NE way.
A REFERENCE TO THE GAME ROBOT UNICORN ATTACK LIKELY….
This article is good and all but you pretty much point-for-point paraphrase the whole NYT article that came out earlier today.
Where do you live? Letterman jackets are beyond trendy at the moment and it’s been that way for at least a year. It’s not Sleigh Bells bringing the 90s back …
WHY ISNT THAT MADONNA VIDEO ON HERE? THE ART DIRECTION IS EXCELLENT AND THE CONCEPT IS REALLY SMART. IM SORTA CONFUSED ABOUT ITS OMISSION.
Wow Corban! You totally missed the point.
In nearly every interview, BL are asked about their purported “controversial” antics. The band is completely pigeon-holed by their past penchant for incendiary stage gags, most of this shit they don’t even do anymore.
Making out and subsequently being “chased out of Indiat”, lighting their drum kit on fire, destroying instruments, spit and vomit gags, bloody injuries–we’ve seen and heard this all about BL before and they’re making fun of it. I’m embarrassed to say when I interviewed Cole, the first question I asked was “The wildest thing you’ve heard that you’ve done onstage?” Being such, there’s no coincidence that Cole performs a mock suicide at the end. Kinda like, “They Threw Us in a Trench and Put a Monument on Top.”