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 +2Posted on Oct 28th | re: The War On Drugs: Mark Kozelek Is "Such A Douche" (110 comments)

Benji’s an album that’s pretty preoccupied with death, so I’m assuming an ad for hard liquor would make more sense.

Still desperately waiting for an El-P produced Despot album…or just about any Despot album.

 +25Posted on Oct 10th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (17 comments)

That is my favorite editor’s choice of all time.

 +5Posted on Oct 7th | re: Album Of The Week: Tinashe Aquarius (97 comments)

Just brought it home. It’s like that James Blake album from last year…there’s no reason for it to be two LPs if it’s 40 minutes long.

Although, to FlyLo’s credit, that packaging is really pretty. and morbid. Pretty morbid.

 +25Posted on Oct 7th | re: Sun Kil Moon - "War On Drugs: Suck My Cock" (147 comments)

This is a really weird way to promote his upcoming Christmas album…

You can honestly find good used turntables anywhere too. Just go into goodwill on a good day. Or know old people who want to git rid of shit. Or Craigslist. All old, ACTUAL vintage, all cheap. You can find an OK setup for pretty cheap if you know where to go.

 +1Posted on Sep 19th | re: Jessie Ware - "Kind Of...Sometimes...Maybe" (Feat. Miguel) (3 comments)

Miguel is NOT for teeny boppers. The guy has been on songs with Janelle Monae, his songs have some slick production, and live the dude always changes up his music in crazy ways (he made Adorn a rock song on SNL).

And I’d say they’re demographics are pretty similar. Ware makes forward thinking R&B, which Miguel also does.

 +20Posted on Sep 15th | re: Sun Kil Moon: "The War On Drugs Can Suck My Fucking Dick" (67 comments)

In context? Dude needs to chill…

 +28Posted on Sep 15th | re: Sun Kil Moon: "The War On Drugs Can Suck My Fucking Dick" (67 comments)

Even though I love The War on Drugs, I have to admit I laughed at that quote out of context

 +1Posted on Sep 15th | re: Kanye Halts Sydney Show Until Seated Fans Prove They're Disabled (62 comments)

I’m not really trying to get pity here, I’m just trying to put things into perspective. The fact people should have to confirm their disability (essentially whether you’re saying “Why aren’t you standing” or “You can only not dance if you’re handicapped”) is really what bothers me about all of this. I’m sure neither the country dude (or even Kanye) meant any malice, they just showed a common lack of regard for people who can’t stand up or “fully turn up” or whatever the hell. Multiple media outlets claiming that this is being blown out of proportion kind of pisses me off, because it’s the PRINCIPLE of what he said and did, not the tone, that’s the problem in the first place. Even if he was joking, he still claimed that people needed a handicap parking pass if they wanted to sit (which…what the hell…). He had a crowd of people (even if only briefly) boo some poor guy in a wheelchair. Even if other commenter claim he had a good time after the fact, I’m guessing it would have been horrible in the moment. Handicapped people should never be put into a position (unless required by law or medical necessity) where they need to prove (or even explain) their disability. And I’m a big Kanye fan too, I’m just disappointed in both the action and (in particular) the reaction to said action.