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My favorite Storm photographed album cover is from On The Shore by English 70′s folk-rock group Trees. Perfect shot, perfect placement.
I saw them at CBGBs for 5 bucks in 1993. Most of the small crowd left after Creep and the ones that stayed until the end all needed to put napkins in our ears because it was so loud.
I thought relaying this info would make me feel awesome but it just makes me feel old.
Can we as a people get over the whole ” best since Scary Monsters” thingy?
Personally, I think Let’s Dance and Lodger were better than Scary Monsters as a whole. While SM had some of his best songs ever, as an album it gets sleepy on the second side.
It bothers the hell out of me that people who write about music for a living aren’t familiar with Mauro Refosco and don’t really know what percussionists do.
I was gonna enter but after seeing that Over/Under hell with that. No buttplay? It’s 2013, if you don’t know about enemas and lube then you probably haven’t squirted yet either.
Bat For Lashes
The Haunted Man
Wilco didn’t go indie until thier 8th album.
Radiohead didn’t go indie until In Rainbows and this movie was put out by EMI.
Scott Walker has never been on an indie label.
Morphine hasn’t been on an indie after the first album which was re-released major.
Exceptions are made for skinny caucasian guitar bands. Every time.
You left off Everyday Sunshine: The Story Of Fishbone, which has a 100% positive Rotten Tomatoes score.
But sometimes I forget that Indie Rock somehow always equals Caucasian musicians.
I give props to the man for coming out in the world he’s in but as far his music is concerned, c’mon son.
If Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers, or Al Green ever sang a tune over Hotel California it would have been the end of their careers.
If you’re grinding to this you need to learn who Leon Ware is.
Nah son, we got our money back. So free Lush show!
Nah the best Pearl Jam setlist was at Lollapalooza 1992 at Jones Beach because after Lush played there was a typhoon and half of Pearl Jam’s equipment fell into the ocean and the concert was cancelled.
It was worth missing Soundgarden, RHCP and Ministry.
Boy in the Bubble for the epic accordian intro.
It’s so good to see a story about another rich white girl whose parents paid her way into the music business since we’re all sick of hearing about Lana Del Rey
Tom Waits won a similar law suit in the 80′s when Doritos used a sound alike song to “Step Right Up”. They were different lyrics and music but still was deemed able to cause confusion for his fans.
If you play all 4 at once, it will summon demons. Seriously, try it.
Red Rain is first. You’ve been playing your So LP with the second side first. You must be left handed.
Check My Machine!!
Dub bass, funky banjo, and an early drum machine loop.
He’d be on VH1 list shows talking about how much he likes Anthrax.
Also pooping, he’d be pooping daily.
Beach House – Myth
That kid with the nails is Nigel. She’s Making plans for him and he’s in XTC.
Kudos on 20 years of angry white-privleged jocks ruining fun mosh pits. You did it.
Yo, I was wanking it to Girls Generation videos months before it was cool.
If Blackroc counts, On The Vista.
If Blackroc doesn’t count, Howlin For You is the shit too.
This sounds like 80′s prog rock. You know, like Rush.
Through Your Windows