As an old man, I couldn’t handle the rain, and left 10 minutes into MGMT’s set. Though I’m glad I got to see CHVRCHES.
Oh man, first Gabe now you? Oh well, circle of life, etc etc. Thank you for everything you’ve done for this site, making it my go-to blog for music. I wish you the best of luck on your next endeavors!
Wow, totally spot on with the Depreciation Guild reference.
It really is. I can’t stop listening to it.
Love that picture
Of course, I finally have a list I feel confident that I can comment on, and it’s pretty much the way I would have arranged it. I might switch 1 and 2, but that really depends on how I’m feeling on that day. Debate Exposes Doubt is probably one of my favorite DCFC songs (though it doesn’t fit in that anti-pathetic fallacy category)
That cane is awesome.
That’s a valid point, but what I do hate is how they (through LL Cool J) keep stressing that every performance/presentation is going to be a “magical Grammy moment”. It kind of kills the fun for me (no pun intended).
That was pretty good, but then again, I have a weakness for the air horn sound effect.
It’s kind of hard answering that question while Maroon 5 is performing
I did not expect a performance from Miguel, NOR did I expect him to present…. country solo performance?
I don’t think they sound that bad, but then again, I’m comparing them to whoever the hell that was in that Pepsi commercial earlier.
I’m just waiting to see what Chipotle has in store for us this year.
Congrats, Tom. :-)
Great list, as usual, but I’m surprised Tanlines didn’t get any recognition. Mixed Emotions was pretty solid.
Ha, I totally missed part about commenting my pick for best album. I think I went with Purity Ring’s Shrines, but I don’t remember because I submitted it like a week ago, plus it was hard to choose this year.
It is, indeed, hard out there for a pimp.
You take care of yourself, Corban. Thank you for all the great material, and I wish you the best of luck
Is it me, or is this just “New Life”?
I could do without the Chris Brown reference, but otherwise good.
He wasn’t kidding when he said it was a “mixed bag”.
I’m hoping it gets distributed. I’ve garnered some interest for this movie around these parts.
I don’t know, to me the difference in their overall view of the value of music is pretty apparent. Doug clearly grew up during a time where MP3s plastered across the internet was commonplace, where James has seen the transition from “non-digital to digital” happen over time.
That was Ted Leo? Good God I thought that was Tim Burton.
I feel it is an appropriate time to repost this image
So long as they still play songs from Gemini, I’m good.