Liz Stolfi

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He's backtracking cause he loves When We Were Young so much.
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November 24, 2015 on Damon Albarn Discovers The Comments Section
Comments like this are the reason that many struggle with their sexuality and deny it so vehemently that they convince themselves that they are not what they are/feel. Coming out later in life is actually more common, regardless of the fact that he probably knew deep down since he was a child. As stated above, "I wanted so badly to be straight." That's because it can be a nightmare in this world for people who are not what is perceived to be "normal," and there is no intention on ruining someone's life. He didn't just *realize* it, he just *accepted* it. I was attracted to Judy Garland when I was 8 years old and dressed as a boy until my teens, but I had no idea what that even meant until I was 20. Some people do, though, and I think people are coming out younger and younger now because they spend less time denying it and more time accepting it. I don't mean to be rude, but there is a lot you have to learn about the "tenant of gayness" and probably many many other issues.
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November 10, 2015 on Passion Pit’s Michael Angelakos Comes Out As Gay
i think she could hand this record out for free and still go platinum.
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November 5, 2015 on Adele’s 25 Is Out In Two Weeks But No One Knows If It Will Be Streaming
That's harsh. I could hear maybe someone like Maroon 5, but the production is way more intricate and progressive than that. I like it.
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October 29, 2015 on Miike Snow – “Heart Is Full” (Stereogum Premiere)
Ha, this actually took more people out of it than an iphone would have. I could have sworn it was meant to represent the time of the break-up, hence an older phone.
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October 26, 2015 on Here’s Why Adele Has A Flip Phone In The “Hello” Video
Exactly. The whole thing, from the flip phones to the sepia filter to the wind machines are a throw back to I'm guessing late 90s/early 2000s or whenever this relationship may have been. It's a very subtle, brilliant touch. Adele is a legend.
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October 23, 2015 on Adele – “Hello” Video
This is a great song. This is a weird video.
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October 20, 2015 on Gwen Stefani – “Used To Love You” Video
I love all of their records a ton and I do think that Currents is their masterpiece.
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October 13, 2015 on Condé Nast Buys Pitchfork
Sorry, I have no idea what's happening rn. This was my reply... Totally agree about ROS and It’s funny that you mentioned SFIJ, cause I think that’s the better Alanis album. People prefer the somewhat kitschy nostalgia stuff from those artists, but those are other records are legit great and stand the test of time pretty well.
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
Oops, the below comment was a reply to you. I grew up in a really conservative household, and I remember coming home with the CD… my mom examining it and seeing “Sunpist” on the back and scolding me. I kept the album but it stayed in my collection along with Alanis’ SFIJ (remember the nude CD art?) as albums not to touch as they were “bad”. “Return of Saturn” was my real No Doubt epiphany… damn that album is underrated.
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
That's exactly what I like about her voice.
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
Totally agree about ROS and It's funny that you mentioned SFIJ, cause I think that's the better Alanis album. People prefer the somewhat kitschy nostalgia stuff from those artists, but those are other records are legit great and stand the test of time pretty well.
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
No Doubt was my high school obsession. I think I saw them 30 times between 1996 and 2001, easily. Half of my closest friends as an adult are kids I met at ND shows. I agree about the singles still being totally kick ass and everything else being really really questionable. I actually was way more into Return of Saturn, and as someone else mentioned that is the much better record. Rock Steady was fun, but not as fun as TK or as strong as ROS.
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October 9, 2015 on Tragic Kingdom Turns 20
7/4 Shoreline. KC Accidental. All of their songs.
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October 2, 2015 on The 10 Best Broken Social Scene Songs
But he literally said "kids these days" ...ok, he said "some of these young kids" but pretty damn close. No one is saying his opinion is invalid because he's old. His opinion is invalid because he is calling an extremely talented songwriter a "talentless prick" because he sampled something on a mixtape. This implies a certain level of dismissiveness and not at all thinly veiled hostility towards hip hop that has become pretty common among older male (mostly white) musicians. I don't think it's racism, per se, but definitely bigotry towards young, black culture.
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October 1, 2015 on Don Henley Thinks Frank Ocean Is A “Talentless Little Prick” And Doesn’t Like Kanye West Either
I liked Take Me To Church. I just didn't need to hear it 500 times.
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September 28, 2015 on Chilly Gonzales Shows How Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” Rips Off Feist
So not only is she that person that just CANNOT WAIT for the rows in front of her to rightfully exit first, but she is also that person that doesn't think she's doing anything wrong when she's being the absolute worst. She also spits on and punches you. K.
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September 22, 2015 on Watch Azealia Banks Freak The Fuck Out On A Flight This Morning
Give Pipes and Peace a Chance. Badumbum.
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September 17, 2015 on Paul McCartney – “Pipes Of Peace (2015 Remaster)” (Stereogum Premiere)
Spice Girls >>>>>>>>>> Taylor Swift
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August 27, 2015 on Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste Deletes Twitter Account Amid Backlash For Taylor Swift Comments
The headline is a total stretch, but what I have read is that Kim actually wasn't OK with this situation and Kanye is the one that convinced her to accept it and support it. He definitely could have avoided this encounter if he had a problem with it.
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July 28, 2015 on Watch Kanye West Combat Transphobia And Promote Sock-Shoes On I Am Cait Premiere