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 +14Posted on Mar 17th | re: Seven Swans Turns 10 (20 comments)

“For someone like me, who actually believes in the Jesus portrayed here but who finds most of the media dedicated to him these days to be as bloated and inauthentic as the church culture it springs from, this album is a precious devotional and a reassurance that it’s still possible for Christian belief to inspire powerful creative activity.”

i totally agree with each word. very well said.

 0Posted on Feb 20th | re: The 10 Best Dirty Projectors Songs (61 comments)

you’re right! unto caesar IS great. the second half of that song straight jams.

 +6Posted on Feb 19th | re: The 10 Best Dirty Projectors Songs (61 comments)

surprised at the exclusion of “knotty pine”. also, i see your “two doves” and raise you an “impregnable question”.

 +8Posted on Feb 10th | re: The College Dropout Turns 10 (54 comments)

my favorite part of this album is that guest verse by j ivy on “never let you down”. take ‘em to church.

 +9Posted on Jan 14th | re: The 10 Best Killers Songs (92 comments)

i got seoul, but i’m not korean.

 +11Posted on Dec 17th, 2013 | re: Album Of The Week: Burial Rival Dealer (21 comments)

this has probably been covered elsewhere, but why has there been no discussion of other publications’ year end lists? arguing about these lists was one of my favorite stereogum exercises.

 -4Posted on Dec 11th, 2013 | re: Stream Burial Rival Dealer (80 comments)

after listening to this EP, burial very well might be a he/she.

 +8Posted on Dec 3rd, 2013 | re: The 50 Best Albums Of 2013 (498 comments)

the best thing about this list is the ads that show up over the album covers.

 0Posted on May 15th, 2013 | re: Premature Evaluation: Daft Punk Random Access Memories (132 comments)

so, in conclusion, let’s just wait and see? shouldn’t that be the theme for all “premature evaluations”?

 0Posted on Mar 13th, 2013 | re: Guided By Voices Albums From Worst To Best (46 comments)

i got really excited when i read the headline because i thought this was a counting crows article. oh well.