old man rock
That’s a guy?
I stopped reading after the words:”living statue” mime. Does it get even grosser?
Now I’ll watch a Monistat commercial on YouTube, just to clean my brain.
I read the Stereogum Turntable interview where Ed discusses getting together to start recording the album after not seeing each other for 8 months. Most folks don’t take 8 month breaks every 2 years. Grizzly Bear doesn’t have a crazy touring schedule. I sympathize with them – while wishing I could take 8 month breaks, travel, record and write songs in Mexico. There are some perks. I’m sure having a house in NYC would be perkier. Is listening to their album on MOG acceptable if I only like it and don’t love it?
I think Sea Change became popular 5 years later, when the cover and some songs were included on every Mac in Apple stores. I’d love to see the SoundScan figures for sales-by-year. The initial release was met with disappointment but I think the appreciation has deservedly grown over the years.
I forgot about that band. Best Coast, not Nirvana.
I largely agree with this but find my own enjoyment of their current work fades with age – my age and their age. Does “twee” work when the band is middle aged?
The scene in the new Batman movie were 3,000 men are stuck in a cavernous sewer is also about Courthey’s vagina.
And Offspring is back on tour. Orange County, bitches! Let’s see some Gavin Rossdale news.
They even dressed up like young people. So cute! Aren’t they cute?
I think I’ll be asking for a refund. The charm of ATP, to me, was the feeling of taking over a resort, like a great out-of-town wedding, with all your friends and favorite bands playing. You could easily duck out of the shows, smoke a joint, take a nap and watch baseball in your room and then jump back into the action. Manhattan won’t provide that vibe. I can’t see myself in a $350 per night hotel room at 3AM and thinking, “I’ll stroll over to the pier now to watch some films”.
Shepherd Fairey, what a talent! His originality remains supreme. He apparently had the leeway to change the band name to the 5-Tones. That’s highly original and the bass player (not pictured) probably appreciates the reference.
Just wait until Mr. Corgan discovers Chuck Closterman! His bald head will explode with the knowledge that someone understands him: Poison is > than The Velvet Underground. They influenced more people and with less hipster pomposity. How dare these hipster people flaunt their good taste!
Stereolab worked with the same merchandise company as The White Stripes. I still have my Stereolab beach towel from Lollapalooza and a Stereolab washcloth from a later tour. Bitch please, that is some functional merchandise!
Is he wearing a leather undershirt? That’s tight, yo!
I’ll buy my old lady some high waisted shorts next time I’m stocking up on beer pong supplies.
Poor Frances. Her mother will go to the ends of the earth to humiliate her. I’d heard that Dave Grohl arranged to meet with Frances because he hadn’t seen her since she was a baby and because they both realize they will be business partners and eventually their children will be business partners. Courtney is not a part of that equation now that Frances is 18 and free of her. Nirvana is free of her. Courtney is a scary cock-roach and Grohl should sue her and hit her where it hurts: her drug purse.
They’d get way more press if they defended Skrillex!
Oh, so the blowjob on the TV screen isn’t being performed on a caveman schlong? Is that what you’re saying?
Apple locked me out of my iTunes account due to a security issue that was never explained to me. It was 2.5 weeks before they gave me back my account. They seem to be really serious about security over convenience.
If you have 1TB of music, it doesn’t upload 1TB. It recognizes the track in your collection and gives you the right to download Apple’s 256 Kpbs track. Adding the streaming function will happen because it’s easy. The question I have is once I add a track that does not already exist in the Apple reference tracks, like say Moby being electrocuted, does it upload my copy and make that the reference for others?
Early 1990′s Sonic Youth Vans auctioned for charity two weeks ago: http://mechasauruses.blogspot.com/2011/03/vans-sonic-youth-dirty-bunniescharity.html
Moby is probably receiving an email photo of his toothbrush sticking out of Robbie’s ass, right about ..now.
I agree with him wholeheartedly. I’ve noticed that too many of his fans think they are entitled to products that are guaranteed to be worth more than the purchase price, immediately. The White Stripes poster collectors are a great example of this. They post items on eBay before they receive the item themselves. That has nothing to do with affection for the product, just a feeling of entitlement to the profit, which Jack is arguing should go to the artists, not the collector.
Booooooooo. How am I supposed to get my mobility scooter over that polo field?