I’ve seen the Axl N’ Roses show twice as they’ve passed through Toronto (luckily we’ve never been on the lengthy cancelled show list) and they actually play the old stuff pretty competently. That’s what happens when the guys have nearly 20 years to rehearse them.
Of course it’s inevitable. Malkmus’ solo stuff pales in comparison to what they gave us as a band.
Screw Vampire Weekend, THIS is my most anticipated album of 2010.
Sounds like slightly updated Girls Can Tell material. It’s decent, but I hope it’s not the best song on the record.
For those interested, Editors is out digitally now.
What’s the over/under on the number of Robert Pollard-related albums for 2010?
This coming from the same kind of hipster dude who’s been creaming his pants all over our Anvil!
Panda Bear licks fuzzy balls…many his own
In no particular order: Magnetic Fields, The National, Ted Leo, Interpol, and The Hold Steady.