Comments from sillerdu

Why put off tomorrow what you could do today? Why?
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April 11, 2016 on Car Seat Headrest – “Fill In The Blank”
Very nice! This song reminds me of the Grateful Dead.
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April 8, 2016 on Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers – “Over The Rise” (Feat. Justin Vernon)
Will Adam Granduciel be in the credits? Seems that "Never Going Back" also had TWOD vibe.
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April 7, 2016 on Caveman – “80 West”
Saying you are not really a Dead fan is like saying you are not a music fan. Seriously people.
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March 17, 2016 on The National Reveal Massive Grateful Dead Tribute Tracklist Feat. The War On Drugs, Jenny Lewis, Flaming Lips, & Many More
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October 23, 2015 on Adele – “Hello” Video
Well, I guess her voice is back. Great song and look forward to the whole album. Not looking forward to my wife playing it on repeat 10,000 times before the next single.
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October 23, 2015 on Adele – “Hello” Video
Know exactly how you feel Lucas. His words are so real, so true, and bring emotion that is not contrived but rather a picture into Mark's life and his heart. His words truly get into me and stir something that most other artist's words do not. Certainly Mark has made a fool of himself recently (The War On Drugs) but I imagine much like his songs, his life is very much stream of consciousness and has very little filter. Yet in his lyrics, you can help but see that this man has gone through a lot over the years and that these circumstances continue to shape him and the music that comes from him. Just listened to the album with Jimmy Lavalle again yesterday and this last line from "Ceiling Gazing" really gets me and I think is a pretty good synopsis of who Mark is: Laying in my bed, ceiling gazing Can't make my mind stop from racing It's not good or bad, it's just how god made me To lay awake at night, ceiling gazing.
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October 22, 2015 on Jesu/Sun Kil Moon – “Exodus” (Feat. Low & Rachel Goswell)
I'm really confused. I thought I was at 'Stereogum' and they covered Independent music. Oh wait, there is no $$ in Indie....I see the trend, and it's a growing nicely.
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August 28, 2015 on Justin Bieber’s New Single “What Do You Mean” Is Really Great
Stereogum is stooping to new lows with this one. Sorry, this is bad. And it just me or has indie music become 70% rap these days? Think the market is now over inflated.
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August 14, 2015 on W.W.A. – “Straight Outta Chicago” Video
The sound of a band fading into the mainstream of like sounding crap. Like em or hate em, at least before Mumford was a bit different from the same old same old most people think is the best of what is available.
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April 10, 2015 on Mumford & Sons – “The Wolf”
Lord Huron is just so underrated. Not sure why they can't get any respect. Anyone? And don't tell me because they are a Fleet Foxes knockoff. Where are Fleet Foxes now anyway?
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April 7, 2015 on Album Of The Week: Waxahatchee Ivy Tripp
It is an outstanding album. Can't wait for Ryley to get a bit more recognition. Glad to see this is not flying to far under the radar at this point.
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March 25, 2015 on Stream Ryley Walker Primrose Green
Let me apologize for mis-wording my original post. If you knew me, you would know that telling people to DO religious activities is not me at all. My faith is very important to me and just like anything we are passionate about, the natural response is to want to share the experience with others. So to further my point as it relates to Sufjan, what really gets me is brutal honesty about his struggle. This is why I brought up the Psalms in the first place. Here is a great quote I read recently about the Bible: "Contrary to popular assumptions, the Bible is not a record of the blessed good, but rather the blessed bad. That’s not a typo. The Bible is not a witness to the best people making it up to God; it’s a witness to God making it down to the worst people. Far from being a book full of moral heroes to emulate, what we discover is that the so-called heroes in the Bible are not really heroes at all. They fall and fail, they make huge mistakes, they get afraid, their selfish, deceptive, egotistical, and unreliable. The Bible is one long story of God meeting our rebellion with his rescue; our sin with his salvation; our failure with his favor; our guilt with his grace; our badness with his goodness." I would say Sufjan can relate. And so can I.
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March 24, 2015 on Premature Evaluation: Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell
As a believer in Jesus, just love the humble honesty Sufjan writes with here. Guess what, none of us have it figured out in this often very cruel life. So many people want to believe that Christians have it all together, don't sin, and live life in a constant state of bliss. Couldn't be farther from the truth. Speaking of the Psalms, go read them and you will find a lot more honest and troubled words from David.
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March 23, 2015 on Premature Evaluation: Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell
Me too. The lyrics from his mother's perspective just hits me hard.
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March 23, 2015 on Premature Evaluation: Sufjan Stevens Carrie & Lowell
Thank you Tom! Mark is such an underrated artists. Everyone likely has heard his 2000 album, "Sailing To Philadelphia". But I really love "Kill To Get Crimson" and "Shangri-La". BTW...Dire Straits album "On Every Street" is easily one of my favorite albums of all time.
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January 16, 2015 on Mark Knopfler – “Beryl”
This here is good Iron & Wine. Laid back, simple, no extra glam needed. More please!!
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January 9, 2015 on Iron & Wine – “Everyone’s Summer Of ’95”