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Anyone who booed at this concert should be removed from the gene pool. Take your negativity elsewhere. The man is a living legend. If you think BB King “owes” you something as a performer at this point, go away (preferably forever). This is without even mentioning the fact that there aren’t a lot of reasons you should ever be booing an 88 year old, let alone BB da gawd.

 +6Posted on Mar 10th | re: Daft Punk & Jay Z - "Computerized" (9 comments)

all the rapping about gadgets and technology makes sense if it was recorded for the Tron soundtrack or its remix album, yeah?

 0Posted on Mar 4th | re: Fireworks - "Flies On Tape" (Stereogum Premiere) (2 comments)

As much as I love Fireworks, I’d have to agree. They deserve it though, they’ve been making fantastic pop-punk for years now.

 +5Posted on Dec 12th, 2013 | re: Stereogum's 50 Favorite Songs Of 2013 (210 comments)

Very surprised there was no “Song for Zula” or ANY of the CHVRCHES on any of the editor’s lists. I really thought that those were the two “locks” for a lot of the year-end lists.
1. Phosphorescent – Song for Zula
2. Frightened Rabbit – Nitrous Gas/Dead Now (Couldn’t decide)
3. Kanye – Blood on the Leaves
4. Into It Over It – A Curse Worth Believing
5. CHVRCHES – We Sink
6. Radiator Hospital – Our Song/Your Boyfriend (Couldn’t decide)
7. All Dogs – Buddy
8. The Front Bottoms – Twin Size Mattress
9. Rhye – Open
10. Dads – Boat Rich

 0Posted on Dec 4th, 2013 | re: The War On Drugs - "Red Eyes" (11 comments)

Should I wait until tomorrow morning to listen to it, then?

 +2Posted on Dec 3rd, 2013 | re: You Blew It! - "Award Of The Year Award" (2 comments)

Grow Up, Dude grew (groan) on me a lot. I’m looking forward to this new full length.

 0Posted on Dec 3rd, 2013 | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2013 (498 comments)

I thought Frightened Rabbit’s newest LP deserved to be somewhere on the list (I say this as an admitted FR fanboy), but I can’t really argue against too many of the albums on the list. Also, for all the press on the #emorevival, i’m surprised none of the bands made it onto the list. I imagined into it. over it and a great big pile of leaves would’ve made it. I was personally hoping Radiator Hospital would make it, too, but I know that didn’t get much press. Anyways, good list, nice job, see you next year.

How is having a violent death relevant in ANY way? It wasn’t like he chose to get assassinated. We celebrate plenty of people who had violent deaths. This is the dumbest thing ever. This lady is a moron and probably a racist and I hate her.

 +2Posted on Oct 1st, 2013 | re: 12 Bands To Know From The Emo Revival (163 comments)

I was so looking forward to a list like this. I got hooked on Into It. Over It. through Augusta, GA and discovered The World Is a Beautiful… but was hungry for more. Thanks for making it easier on me. Y’all should do one of these lists on the new wave of pop-punk bands, too (Radiator Hospital, All Dogs, Sidekicks, The Ambulars, basically everyone on Salinas….).

 0Posted on Sep 19th, 2013 | re: The 10 Best Frightened Rabbit Songs (24 comments)

Oh man, I’ve been waiting for this. This is hard for me, but I’ll try to limit myself to 10. In no particular order:

Square 9 (Could be replaced with Yawns)
Poke
Good Arms
Backwards Walk
Keep Yourself Warm
Living In Color
Nitrous Gas
The Wrestle
Holy
Yes, I Would

Songs I’m upset about leaving off the list:
nothing like you, dead now, skip the youth, woodpile, oil slick, SNAKE, it’s christmas so we’ll stop

Also shout out to two of my favorite covers ever, “Don’t go breaking my heart (with craig finn!) and set you free”. I love this band.