Pat Houston
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 0Posted on Jan 28th | re: The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (10 comments)

A “disembodied Patrick Swayze spirit-hug” is the only thing I want in this life

 +1Posted on Jan 15th | re: Pink Floyd Albums From Worst To Best (115 comments)

Simplicity in musical theory maybe, but if you can listen to the singing on “Great Gig in the Sky” and call that simple, we live in different worlds.

 +7Posted on Jan 3rd | re: Kanye West - "Only One" (Feat. Paul McCartney) (94 comments)

Remember when Kanye said his favorite artist at the moment was James Blake? Welcome to the product of that.

 +9Posted on Dec 1st, 2014 | re: War On Drugs: Benji Is "Such A Beautiful Record" (52 comments)

Benji is fantastic. Don’t let public personas fool you

 +4Posted on Oct 28th, 2014 | re: Songs: Ohia - "Blue Chicago Moon" (Demo) (Stereogum Premiere) (2 comments)

Listening to Molina sing “Try hard to beat it” is powerful and terrible all at once. He definitely had insight into depression and its effects that you rarely see.

 +2Posted on Jul 30th, 2014 | re: Premature Evaluation: Spoon They Want My Soul (100 comments)

The feedback on that guitar on They Want My Soul. Hot damn.

 +2Posted on Jun 19th, 2014 | re: Watch Sam Smith Make Letterman Say "Oh My God" (13 comments)

The bassist at 2:50 is killin the game

 0Posted on Jun 4th, 2014 | re: Watch Twin Shadow Take "To The Top" To Conan (2 comments)

More and more Prince vibes

 +4Posted on May 3rd, 2014 | re: The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (26 comments)

The point is that you often make your attacks personal and take any criticism of what you write personally. Frankly, I don’t mind when people write about not liking music. However, when it is as negative and attacking as your comments, it is frustrating to read. By all means say why you dislike something, but comments like, “This is why independent music is dying because sites like Stereogum have bought into this whole poptimism machine.” say more about your personal agenda than the music itself.

Interesting how we can scrutinize female pop stars until we are blue in the face, but as soon as we start talking about how a male pop star presents himself it is “unprofessional”. Total double standard.