+1Posted on Jan 13th, 2011 | re: The 20 Most Overlooked LPs Of 2010 (145 comments)

I do remember thinking how strange it was that the Sun Kil Moon album completely flew under the radar. I hardly read one word about it all year.

 0Posted on Dec 8th, 2010 | re: Rolling Stone's Top 30 Albums & Top 50 Singles Of 2010 (69 comments)

I’ll give them a little credit. “We Used to Wait”, “White Sky” and “Everlasting Light” WERE the best songs on their respective albums, and I’m glad someone recognized it.

 0Posted on Nov 24th, 2010 | re: Stereogum's 50 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2011 (220 comments)

The Streets have had this fifth album in the works for what feels like forever.

 +8Posted on Jun 21st, 2010 | re: Op-Ed: An Artists' Dialogue On CocoRosie's Grey Oceans (86 comments)

This is the finest thing I’ve read on Stereogum in months. Thank you for encouraging me to give CocoRosie another shot.

 0Posted on Jan 21st, 2010 | re: New Pornographers Together Details (15 comments)

With all these guest stars, is this shaping up to be Canada’s answer to Gorillaz?

Also, aren’t the Dap-King Horns just, you know, the Dap-Kings?

 0Posted on Dec 18th, 2009 | re: The 25 69 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2010 (325 comments)

Alas, I don’t think this will ever happen again. I could see them pulling a Portishead or a Blur & wait until 2015 for a new record, but don’t hold your breath. I think they’re on an amicable hiatus.

 0Posted on Dec 18th, 2009 | re: Pitchfork's Top 50 Albums Of 2009 (228 comments)

To this point, I think the lowest-rated album I’ve seen on a Pitchfork year-end list (that I remember, I may be wrong) was Hot Chip’s “Made in the Dark”, which got a 7.0 and was still in the top 25.

 0Posted on Dec 1st, 2009 | re: Spoon Transference Cover Unveiled (21 comments)

Zoomable version of the original Eggleston photo:

 0Posted on Nov 25th, 2009 | re: The 25 69 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2010 (325 comments)

No snark here. I’m just unbelievably excited for 2010.

 0Posted on Nov 6th, 2009 | re: Owl City Pretty Much Admit Ripping Off Postal Service (254 comments)

Came here to say this. Better song than anything Gibbard/Tamborello/Owl City have done/will ever do.