This was genuinely hilarious.
This record hits so many good spots. Thanks for this
While I do love me some Arctic Monkeys, and will admit they’ve only gone up while Bloc party has not, I’ll take Bloc party’s debut over any of the monkey’s cds and am still let down that that album appears to be their ceiling after all that promise it showed.
After giving the world this song, they can make ten different versions of Photograph by Nickleback for all I care
If Grimes could just walk around asking me questions, my life would probably be much cheerier.
This dude was born to make music
Chum’s still my favorite so far but fuck me this is good
Idk if it’s my favorite but it’s my most played. Sunday was such a good song
I don’t know if this is real, but it’s fucking awesome either way.
Definitely Unbelievers, but Diane Young’ll just have to do.
Holy shit that was good. And that dude has a killer voice
I’ve actually bought more albums since using Spotify, and truly believe that it’s because I’m able to listen to albums first, and legally, that I have no problem going out and buying a band’s cd. I’d also have no problem paying 20$ or 25$ a month instead of ten. It’s simple, easy, and for the most part (Where’s the new VW album?!) has a pretty stacked library. Spotify, or music streaming apps in general, can work, ideally anyway. Will they, at least to the point where they can benefit the artist? Ehh Idk, I haven’t built my business model for it yet, but I definitely think it’s possible.
I don’t know if it was the acoustics, extra members, or even that her mic was off but this was a pretty stellar little performance.
Maybe focused was the wrong word. Production-wise anyways it sounds much less muddy (Shitty describer word). Compared to Misfit Love or Turning On The Screw, the production seems idk, tighter, and ideas more fully formed? If It sounds like I’m talking out of my ass, I probably am.
These last couple of songs sound way more focused than the last 2 albums, which is awesome because a focused QOTSA is my favorite QOSTA. And totally awesome song!
I’m all for a music with no depth, hence me loving the Raveonettes. But Raven in the Grave is hands down their worst record.
Even though everyone would shit on me for listening to them, I enjoyed them immensely when I was younger.
This completely. The scene right before the guitar solo starts made me chuckle like crazy when I was 15.
Seriously, Julian’s vocals and the guitar in that song tore it up.
Haven’t heard the studio version but it was pretty awesome live
It’s more enjoyable than their old stuff simply because of the production, and I’m not knocking any of there old material.
Well that was interesting. Really dig Julian Casablanca’s falsetto and I’m not really sure why.
You and a million others. It’s such a great song.
Thank you for putting into words my feelings on Grizzly Bear. Man that’s been bugging me,
Part of me loves you for showing me that. Another part is very sad