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 0Posted on Dec 19th | re: The 40 Best Music Videos Of 2014 (25 comments)

Er, actually I guess Bjork’s “All Is Full of Love” came out the year after UNKLE’s video. It’s a tossup between those two for greatest music video of all time, but “Never Catch Me” would definitely make my Top 5.

 +5Posted on Dec 19th | re: The 40 Best Music Videos Of 2014 (25 comments)

#39 is by Iron Reagan, not Municipal Waste, though I understand the confusion.

FlyLo’s “Never Catch Me” is the first time a music video has made me say “Holy shit” in many, many years. Honestly the last time I was this moved by a music vid was probably UNKLE and Thom Yorke’s “Rabbit In Your Headlights”. A well-deserved #1.

 +7Posted on Dec 18th | re: The Week In Pop's Top 50 Pop Songs Of 2014 (23 comments)

Hell Yeah We Fuck Die is the name of my deathcore band

 +6Posted on Dec 16th | re: The 40 Best Rap Albums Of 2014 (57 comments)

No room for Kool AD’s “Word OK”? Surely that’s better than Riff Raff.

 +1Posted on Dec 15th | re: The 50 Best Metal Albums Of 2014 (77 comments)

Some stuff I liked this year that Stereogum missed:

Take Over and Destroy: Vacant Face (gothic sludge)
Ghost Brigade: One With the Storm (melodeath)
Enabler: La Fin Absolue Du Monde (grindy crust)
Trap Them: Blissfucker (relentless Entombedcore)
Akela: self-titled (German post-hardcore)

 +1Posted on Dec 15th | re: The 50 Best Metal Albums Of 2014 (77 comments)

Do you guys just not like Fallujah? Seems like every other metal outfit was all over that record.

 +4Posted on Dec 15th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (50 comments)

Yeah, I was just talking about the Top 10. Ariel Pink and St. Vincent I would consider experimental pop. Swans are certainly experimental as well, I just decided to be generous since it’s definitely not pop and I figured it was enough of a grey area, but I considered leaving them off as well.

Mac Demarco, Real Estate, Beck, and Alvvays might make music with guitars, but that doesn’t mean those records “rock”.

I realize there’s interesting things being done with electronics, I’m not against that at all, I just love guitar distortion, yelling, and a BPM north of 150.

 +4Posted on Dec 13th | re: Shut Up, Dude: This Week's Best And Worst Comments (50 comments)

Personally the only records on dansolo’s meta ranking that I would consider rock and roll are War on Drugs, Spoon, and Swans. Sometimes I really miss michael_, he always rode hard for punk, emo, and hardcore.

 +3Posted on Dec 13th | re: Premature Evaluation: Nicki Minaj The Pinkprint (17 comments)

Depends on your definition of pop I guess. I’m talking about Top 40.

 +1Posted on Dec 12th | re: Premature Evaluation: Nicki Minaj The Pinkprint (17 comments)

These days? Pop music has always been 99% trash.