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and Stereogum should post reviews about Pitchforks reviews, just cuz. But theyre probably bros so that would never happen

I was thinking about this, Pitchfork is kind of a mind fuck. If they give a good review to something you like (not YOU, but like you…ya know) then you think “oh yeah totally! good job pitchfork!” but then if they dont then “WTF pitchfork??” and the vice versa for music that you dont like. Totes weird.

Also, Tyranny rules but mambo #5 is the JAM

i dont get it either, but i would imagine the biggest reason would be that they’re cheaper?

or “my dads ’89 nissan cressida only has a tape deck ::((“

 +8Posted on Sep 18th | re: U2 Are Planning To Save The Music Business (36 comments)

Can Bono save Pono?

 0Posted on Sep 16th | re: Kevin Morby - "All Of My Life" Video (1 comments)

Cowboy hat sporting announcer is White Fence

POST-CHVRCHES????

 +2Posted on Dec 14th, 2012 | re: Rolling Stones To Headline Coachella 2013? (8 comments)

Red, White, and Gorilla Album Covers from Worst to Best:

TIE: Stones and Bruno Mars

 +13Posted on Dec 12th, 2012 | re: Deconstructing: How Can Indie Musicians Break Even? (103 comments)

arcade fire have butlers. for sure.

 0Posted on Dec 12th, 2012 | re: Deconstructing: How Can Indie Musicians Break Even? (103 comments)

from what i’ve read on other similar blog posts and in this thread it seems like getting your music in movies or tv is somewhat easy. is this true? who do i hit up to get my bands music considered for something like this?

 +1Posted on Dec 12th, 2012 | re: Deconstructing: How Can Indie Musicians Break Even? (103 comments)

Throw a party at your rehearsal space and charge people a buck or two to get in. Buy a bunch of PBR and sell them for a buck each (they’re like $7 bucks for a 12 pack). If anything just have fun while you’re essentially practicing your set in front of a bunch of drunk people, and if those drunk people have a good time at your show they’re more likely to come to your next show.