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 +1Posted on Jul 17th | re: Tweedy - "Diamond Light Pt. 1" (Stereogum Premiere) (7 comments)

this album is shaping up to be the most interesting and probably best thing tweedy has done since YHF

 +1Posted on Jul 16th | re: The New Pornographers - "War On The East Coast" Video (9 comments)

for those with more time on your hands, can you start a twitter account called DanBejarDontCare and write about all the things dan bejar doesn’t care about. This has to be his 10th song with the phrase I dont care.

 0Posted on Jul 9th | re: Interpol - "All The Rage Back Home" Video (62 comments)

ohhh, thats what you meant. I also agree 100% with you. But it does read very a-typical internet bitchy

 +1Posted on Jul 9th | re: Interpol - "All The Rage Back Home" Video (62 comments)

@Michael Nelson the condescension is dripping in your brief write up. Are you trying to pretend that you weren’t a fan of turn on the bright lights and antics?

another week, another sad wayne post-midlife crisis stunt.

 +6Posted on Jun 24th | re: Vampire Weekend's Chris Tomson Praises Phish (9 comments)

Its not like he’s a secret phish fan, he wore a damn phish shirt on SNL like 6 years ago and on tour a ton. Also didn’t the national join phish on stage like 2 years ago? Indie rock and phish’s (or is it phishes?) love affair started a while ago.

 +6Posted on Jun 5th | re: Axl Rose Announces Chinese Democracy Sequel, Remix Album (7 comments)

my feelings on axl rose could best be summarized by hansel regarding Sting – The music he’s created over the years, I don’t really listen to it, but the fact that he’s making it, I respect that

 +23Posted on May 28th | re: Spoon's "R.I.P." Coming 6/10 (84 comments)

who can’t get into Spoon?!?!?! they’re probably one of the most accessible band that exist in the indie/somewhat majors-phere.

ever had pizza in england… I bet I know why they were upset with some snotty New Yorkers with access to delicious pizza singing about how great it is when at 2am all they have access to is indian food and fried fish.

Wayne Coyne’s post-mid-life crisis is getting really gimmicky and really sad.