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Is The Toxic Avenger really considered horror? I thought it was more of an absurdist action movie/comedy.
Kozelek is desperately grasping for his 5 seconds of internet fame and he doesn’t care if it comes to him in the form of internet infamy. Too many people are under the impression that acting like an ugly troll thrusts you immediately into the spotlight because of music blogs like this one that constantly report on these sorts of things.
I work as a DJ at a roller rink and take requests at the beginning of each session. One day, a little girl requested The Beatles and then another little girl requested One Direction. After playing a song by each band, a thought occurred to me… what an interesting little juxtaposition of British teen heartthrob bands, both immensely popular in their time, illustrating in bold lines how far pop music has fallen.
FartBarf video rules and the director is a great dude, to boot.
YLT, we miss you on the west coast!
First Wayne Coyne, then Morrissey, now Ariel Pink…
I will admit these articles can be mildly entertaining in a TMZ sort of way, but at the same time isn’t the tactic of singling out one songwriter and raking him or her over the coals for a month straight getting kind of old? It doesn’t even matter if these articles claim to be objective — writing multiple articles about the same artist that only serve to highlight misdeeds is manipulative. And I’m not even a fan of Ariel Pink. I just think the witch hunt is getting old and it’s cheapening the quality of Stereogum.
probably because Cat Stevens sounds more furry and cute
Dead Milkmen – Big Lizard In My Backyard, reissued on colored vinyl?? Come to Butthead.
Lead singer looks like the missing link between Christopher Owens and Ariel Pink.