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Max the King of All Wild Things
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 +5Posted on Apr 21st | re: Arcade Fire Close Out Coachella With Fake Daft Punk, Real Beck (19 comments)

Not to mention just really out of place next to a Daft Punk goof. Doesn’t make sense to slam on people not using “actual instruments” by using a band that just released a meticulously crafted album that was supposed to be using “actual instruments” to push back against contemporary EDM.

 +3Posted on Mar 3rd | re: Coldplay - "Magic" (39 comments)

Whatever that background synth is in “Midnight” is basically Hopkins signature at this point. Hoping he pushed them more on this album. The guy is great.

 +3Posted on Mar 3rd | re: Watch Karen O & Ezra Koenig, Pharrell, U2 Perform At The Oscars (20 comments)

That’s what they kept saying about Peter O’Toole.

 +1Posted on Jan 31st | re: Burial's Identity Revealed (62 comments)

Aw, now you made me a little upset that it didn’t turn out Burial was really just Byron the Bulb, somehow removed from the Grid but making incredible tunes to send back through it, in all their rhythmic 1′s and 0′s, trying to warn us all…

Oh well.

 +1Posted on Jan 14th | re: The 10 Best Killers Songs (92 comments)

You could say “fuck it” and throw in “Only the Young” from Brandon’s solo album because it’s legit great and is basically a Killers song anyways (as is that whole album really).

 -1Posted on Jan 14th | re: The 10 Best Killers Songs (92 comments)

I feel like “Flesh and Bone” was the only song that stood out to me on that album. Everything else just sort of meshed together.

 0Posted on Oct 22nd, 2013 | re: Watch Arcade Fire On The Colbert Report (13 comments)

That’s fantastic news.

 -1Posted on Oct 3rd, 2013 | re: The 10 Best St. Vincent Songs (59 comments)

Yeah but this one is about how it’s not about her gender, man. Ya dig?

(Word.)

 0Posted on Sep 30th, 2013 | re: Watch Arcade Fire's Here Comes The Night Time Concert Special (50 comments)

The lounge version of “Wake Up” was amazing.

Their sound has always been awful. I remember when TV on the Radio played there, and it was maybe one of the worst sounding things I’ve heard–which is a bummer because they are great. I think there’s some union rules or something that prevents band’s normal sound crew from working.