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Probably really only need $15, just find cat samples and plug em back into Ableton by… well, El-P probably knows how to do it.

Robin Thicke is HUGE into Widespread Panic.

Oh well then, let’s all have a little all the stars in one place party about it. And get Dunham in on the little Rhode Island love fest. Then send out a missive of vacuous luxury / famous female blankness on Instagram and… the indie web will cover it?

F*ck this industry.

 0Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (196 comments)

Totaaaaly was gonna comment, this hit me my last year of high school along with the joys of weed, making music, and definitely so much self discovery. Funny enough for me, Ready To Die was introduced around the same time and was lucky enough to be simultaneously bump B.I.G. Represent Big Ups Respect Ready To Die Shoutout My Old Lesbian Roomates Who Shared That Biggie Sweater Together In A Blissfully Unaware State Of What Walking Cliches They Were!

 0Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (196 comments)

I consider it a summer album.

Got into it at the beginning of one right at the same time as I discovered The Decemberists through Picaresque and Neutral Milk Hotel through Aeroplane. Amazing summer.

 0Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (196 comments)

Person Pitch, def top 5!!!!!

 +2Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (196 comments)

What about Wilco? Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is their Kid A.

 +2Posted on Sep 14th | re: Funeral Turns 10 (196 comments)

Starting to,..absolutely agree cato. Funeral was great, that’s it for me as far as Arcade Fire go. Chris’s opening line totally resonates, they were so sick during this period, and I was so let down starting with Neon Bible.

But Spoon I’m beginning to realize are pure genius in their sonics and songwriting, and that’s pretty much just based off Ga Ga Ga Ga, They Want My Soul, and the couple songs off the first album from the recent Pfork feature. Looking so forward to diving into the rest of their catalog, and probably ignoring the rest of AF’s annoying output and antics.