Find Me On:
And here I thought Lent ended Sunday.
El-P did incorporate The Mars Volta into “Tasmanian Pain Coaster” seamlessly. I’m sure he’ll find a subtle way to add Zach & Mr. Barker to the mix.
I guess here is as good a place to point this out as anywhere:
That Mac DeMarco record is REALLY fucking great. Listened to Salad Days while driving to and from Coachella multiple times. I can’t get enough of “Passing Out Pieces” or “Chamber of Reflection” or most other songs on that album.
Anyway, saw him on the line-up and wanted to share.
I heard it was around $130 at my shop in America.
I know the Cake set was the first thing to go at my local shop. Heard the people at the front of the line had been there since 7:30pm the previous night (store opened at 10am).
Yeah I figured it was a joke. That whole thread was a messy pile of misunderstanding I think.
I also think there is an argument to be made for Kaputt > Chinatown
I wish we could get you unbanned so you could stick around lwd!
Happy to read honlads comment too. Found that hatred comment a bit out of character. I still don’t get why K-Broy got so many downvotes, I guess because Chinatown. And also you’ll never go far addressing your own downvotes (look at me go…)
Best part of RSD was coming home from the record store, going to kompakt.fm and ordering The Field’s “From Here We Go Sublime” reissue there.
I got some random bits at the store too. Bowie picture disc, Disclosure’s “Apollo” 12″, Sacred Bones Vol. 4 Sampler, Cut Copy’s 10″, some J Spaceman/Kid Millions 12″ and Joy Division’s “An Ideal For Living” 12″
Of course the LCD live vinyl sold out instantly. I think my store only got two copies and they were 120$ each. There were people lining up outside the store at 7:30pm yesterday.
“Speak with criminal slang
Begin like a violin
End like Leviathan
Well let me try again.”
I didn’t realize how many of these lines I’d memorized until I was yelling them out loud this past Saturday night.
Oh hell, since we’re quoting lyrics, I’ll post the one I wrote on a bathroom wall in a bar. (I’m not a deviant graffiti artist, the bar encouraged it! Maybe that’s why it isn’t around anymore.)
“The parlayer, I make your heads bop, pa/ I shine a light on perpetrators like a cop’s car.”