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 +1Posted on Nov 19th, 2014 | re: 26 Essential Songs From The NYC Rock Resurgence (117 comments)

“Saw them playing at the local space…now they know it was me”

Speak, Dev! Write songs about the racist police state. We’re starting to get the technology we need to fight back, but we don’t have much of a soundtrack.

“A revolution without dancing is not a revolution worth having” – Emma Goldman

yep, cheap_suit – drums actually have pitches too. i guess these trolls are loving them drum harmonies.

 +4Posted on Aug 20th, 2014 | re: Merchants Of Soul: A Trip To Chipotle And Outside Lands With Spoon (33 comments)

Good read. I guess Spoon probably left Merge b/c of the reaction to Transference, since it was as great as all their other albums.

 +1Posted on Aug 19th, 2014 | re: Forbes' Highest Paid DJs 2014 Is Pretty Similar To 2013 (11 comments)

I remember several years ago Calvin Harris made a cool track called “Merrymaking in My House”. I guess he turned to a more profitable business – cheesemaking.

they’ll pay it

 +2Posted on Aug 18th, 2014 | re: Taylor Swift - "Shake It Off" Video (90 comments)

great point sd

LOL, there are no harmonies on the Tame Impala song. You’re thinking of reverb. Fridmann’s a magician.

 +10Posted on Aug 18th, 2014 | re: Taylor Swift - "Shake It Off" Video (90 comments)

She wrote songs that feel real to teenage girls. In theory, that shouldn’t be particularly original, but in reality it’s extremely rare. She was the “My So-Called Life” of music.

Unfortunately, her ripped-from-my-diary style can easily veer into predictable shtick, as is the case in a bad way with this song. The next step for Taylor is to learn how to write killer songs that aren’t about Taylor Swift.

 -10Posted on Aug 18th, 2014 | re: Taylor Swift - "Shake It Off" Video (90 comments)

please forward me the songs you were writing when you were 15. then list me the other artists who wrote songs as teens that made a generation feel like she spoke for them like no one else.