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….Don’t think you understand what ‘woof’ means bro….
I’m pretty excited about the new Xiu Xiu album.
And I’m kind of shocked you didn’t include that Animal Collective “visual album” that’s supposedly coming out next year.
“Can’t two grown men pee in the same toilet at the same time?”
This album is excellent. The best they’ve done in years.
This has quickly turned into my favorite album of the year.
“Who’s Elvis Costello?”
Man, Joe is too good for these people.
Breakfast at Sulimay’s starring Joe and those other two.
(I used “conjecturing” twice because I’m super-smart with words and stuff)
Folks at atease are now conjecturing that this is one of two things:
1. An unreleased demo, put out discreetly as a big fuck you to EMI, who may be planning to release a rarities/demos box set to further capitalize off of all the Radiohead stuff they’ve got the rights to.
2. Through some conjecturing in regards to the nfo file provided, this is a new track from an EP titled “Wall of Ice”, to be released next Monday.
Very sad to hear. Get well soon, Adam.
CITIES WILL RISE AND FALL. PEOPLE WILL LIVE AND LOVE. UNIVERSES WILL BE BORN AND DIE. THE FOUNDATION OF REALITY ITSELF WILL BE SHAKEN BY THESE GLIDING SYNTHS AND TRIUMPHANT BEATS. THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT WILL BE CHANGED FOREVER
BY THE JULIAN CASABLANCAS SOLO ALBUM.
They did a free show at my college a few months back with Crystal Castles. I went for them, and didn’t actually stay for Crystal Castles, but because they were only opening and were barely mentioned in most of the promotion for the show, most people there either hadn’t heard of them or didn’t care. Then they played “Nothing Ever Happened” and within about four minutes, the crowd went completely nuts. The doors opened at one point, the crowd parted, and people started booing, and I only realized later that it was because the cops had apparently been called and had busted in.
After Deerhunter left the stage, one of the MCs entered frantically and warned us that if people didn’t calm down, the cops were going to shut them down. Bradford ran up on stage and told us to “break all the fucking windows”. Everyone cheered and he added “Just kidding, guys! Vote McCain!” and scampered off. When I left I saw that there were indeed about a dozen grim looking cops stationed outside the doors.
I really love this band.
This does not look like anyone’s prom, ever. I don’t think I even saw any teenagers. Just a lot of middle-aged men.
I can’t wait for NMSATTISTWANMSTWIGITLWW
5:00-5:40: Animal Collective cameo.
You’re thinking of Vision Creation Newsun by Boredoms. That’s what they sound like.
ugh igh ugh
Am I going to die in seven days now?
I can’t wait till they do “My Girls”.
I don’t get it, I’m staring at it but it isn’t moving.
I will once again take it upon myself to bring up the topic of the celebrity couple name.
It’s clear that it can be nothing other than “Randy Madams”.
I really like it actually. I find their scuzziness charming rather than shocking, which I’ve always assumed was their intention.
“It’s based around the idea that men have fucked things up so badly, politically, economically and socially that it’s really time we handed things over to women.” The Edge obviously hasn’t read Y: The Last Man.
I’m imagining them sprinting through the streets with thumping indian dance music and MIA in the background. Jai Ho!!!!
Too much cough syrup.