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Almost anything besides a straight-up news article is filtered heavily through the tastes and idiosyncrasies of the writer, so it only makes sense that their writing is autobiographical. Dude went to the show and then wrote about his sense of it. Would you rather he treat his opinion like fact? If you only want to read the subject matter in the headline, don’t read anything but the headline.
or, like, you know, they sort of figured that maybe there’s no need to constantly comment on breasts, and that the puerile bros could maybe just spank it and leave the grownups in peace.
anyway, the track is doing a classic no-frills 80s thing, those vocals are almost too breathy, and i guess i oughta hear that first record. been digging the neon indian stuff and i can see how macomber might have nudged palomo a little towards era extrana’s poppier moments.
um… das… nothings?
NAW gotta be Cloud Nothings, that Das Racist shirt is cool though
less so lately. when she does, though…
inb4 comments section becomes a male-dominated complaintfest about how tired everyone is about hearing about women
until gender disparity and inequality cease to exist this discourse is relevant. we should talk about race too, we should talk about sexuality, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t talk about gender. it matters. if that makes me a traitor to my penis, oh well.
tl;dr: folks could use a GENDER studies course
Life Size Maps – Weird Luck
doubling up on delay with some modulation (phaser?) makes the whole thing sound totally oceanic and insane. “Alison” by Slowdive is a really good implementation of the two-delay sound.
we at least know it won’t be bitter, because what’s the difference?
Yuck – “Shook Down”
i remember hearing kids talk about nirvana in middle school, and sometime in eighth grade i went on that ol’ favorite limewire and grabbed a bunch of tracks and put them on in windows media player (dat visualizer). breed came on, the drums kicked in, and i rocked out so good that i fell out of my chair. eight years later, i’m still having a love affair with rock music.
My aunt works for a real estate company called Charles Greenthal. When I saw this album cover I thought it looked familiar…
use it as a really crazy lead on my mostly guitar-based recordings
seems like the favorite, but…
…and the hazy sea