To the non-Australians, AJ Maddah is known for his poor organisational skills; despite running some high profile festivals.
Do you really think Stereogum’s readership needs to be told an (latter day) Eminem album is bad? I’d have much rather seen a review of something I’m less familiar with.
I have no problem with you signing up to a random website to defend Eminem. But at least do so in a coherent and convincing fashion. lol idiot
I give a damn of his stupid reviews idiots.
Glad to have confirmation of the new Fucked Up album.
Also, can’t wait to hear Year Of The Dragon.
I hear that you and your band have sold your guitars and bought turntables.
I hear that you and your band have sold your turntables and bought guitars.
It’s all just a cycle.
I don’t see the point when I have Spotify.
Who is Sky Ferreira?
‘Hey Ya!’ is the absolute right choice, because it is the nexus of all music of the era. It married the up surge of “Indie” (via the O.C.), with the 2000′s cultural hegemony of “urban”.
Probably just means it isn’t as “confrontational” as her previous releases. M.I.A’s brand is that of a “bad girl”. It becomes difficult to market if she doesn’t fit that mould.
I’d rather listen to OFF! than this.
Thank fuck this finally exists! I can’t be the only one wanting to hear Patrick Stickles singing Springsteen?
I saw them live a couple of times and to be honest Daniel was pretty lacklustre. Not to mention he was wearing a denim jumpsuit for both shows, incredibly distracting, haha.
This can only yield positivie results.
I had the exact same experience with The Strokes getting me into Television. Marquee Moon quickly became one of my favourite albums and is now probably my number one.
And I only found out last year, but Marquee Moon is also my fathers favourite album! Weird how we both came to it from separate paths.
I used to love that song a lot. But these days it just rings hollow.
Best thing Noel has done in a long while.
This guy used to fart out hits! The Masterplan was a fucking b-side!
And now what? It’s so depressing.
I think Noel and Damon need to collaborate on something, for Noels sake.
That certainly couldn’t be too hard.
The name of that album was apt: It proved Daft Punk were very much fallible.
Time will tell I guess.
Maybe they’ve waited too long since the last album to capture the buzz, but I feel like these guys will eventually end up being one of those huge stadium bands like Coldplay.
The music seems built for it, and I’ve never met a person who didn’t like them.
“Oh, so that’s what came third.” – Everyone reading this list
I can certainly attests to the subtitle of that Men article. Saw them at GoodGod in Sydney last month, my ears physically hurt. So loud, but so great!
Forgot these guys existed! Holy crap!
I think I was slightly too young when these guys peaked.
Thanks for the reminder.
Why cover what is literally the worst song on that album?