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Liz Stolfi
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 +4Posted on Dec 16th | re: Premature Evaluation: D'Angelo And The Vanguard Black Messiah (75 comments)

Yeah I think he did the total opposite of that. An album of 10 Gold Diggers would be “coasting on his fame.”

 +1Posted on Dec 11th | re: Stereogum's 70 Favorite Songs Of 2014 (181 comments)

Ballet School by Cherish is pretty sweet! One I had not heard.

*Plowing Into :(

Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence / Iceage – Plowing Through the Field of Love

 0Posted on Nov 25th | re: 26 Essential Songs From The NYC Rock Resurgence (117 comments)

Very cool! I did not realize you co-owned. We somehow never played Luna though we were always in the area. Will check out the book.

 0Posted on Nov 25th | re: Gwen Stefani - "Spark The Fire" (17 comments)

Hm, I’m not really hearing that. It’s not very good but it is very Gwen imo.

I think the word “band” is being used loosely here. The quote is obviously referring to girl groups like The Supremes, who were a vocal group like Destiny’s Child.

 -1Posted on Nov 23rd | re: Gwen Stefani - "Spark The Fire" (17 comments)

Not that I love this song or anything and I’m a HUGE M.I.A. fan, but there was a lot of stuff like this on Gwen’s first album which came out a year before Arular.

 0Posted on Nov 21st | re: 26 Essential Songs From The NYC Rock Resurgence (117 comments)

i remember stories like this. Columbia records had started up a “war room” or something with a bunch of young A&Rs that they would send out to shows in NYC looking for bands like The Strokes, YYYs etc. I’m guessing every label did the same thing. So many of them either got dropped after one record or shelved which is probably why there are so many great first albums from that era.

 0Posted on Nov 21st | re: 26 Essential Songs From The NYC Rock Resurgence (117 comments)

Did you do sound at any other clubs? My band was playing around at that time.