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 0Posted on Jul 26th, 2012 | re: Pop. 1280 - "Bodies In The Dunes" Video (5 comments)


 0Posted on Jul 26th, 2012 | re: Pop. 1280 - "Bodies In The Dunes" Video (5 comments)

Want to thumbs this up for the last comment, sadly I doubt that will happen. “Safe music” will always be favored and in the spotlight. I personal like a lot of wussy pop music and typical indie shit, but a band like this makes a hell of bigger impression. People should check out like-minded bands like Broken Water, the Men, Sex Church, White Suns, The Intelligence, Eat Sugar (and the band Eat Sugar, The Intelligence and Pop all owe debt to, the might Brainiac).

 +1Posted on Apr 8th, 2012 | re: What Would Kurt Cobain Be Up To In 2012? (121 comments)

Uhh, Making Drone and Noise music and avoiding hackneyed mainstream music. Did anyone hear The Priest They Called Him, and not expect him to turn into Scott Walker 2.0?

 0Posted on Mar 24th, 2012 | re: Lower Dens - "Propagation" (7 comments)

Jana Hunter <3

 0Posted on Feb 27th, 2012 | re: Pop. 1280 - "Bodies In The Dunes" (2 comments)

Oh, lookit. it’s not a mediocre “trendy” band being shoved down my throat, just a good old fashion barn burner.

 +1Posted on Jan 24th, 2012 | re: Obama Seeks Endorsements From Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend? (50 comments)

Thank you for mentioning that song, Brainiac is amazing.

 +1Posted on Jan 24th, 2012 | re: The Men - "Open Your Heart" (6 comments)

It’s nice to see a band isn’t afraid to take risks like this, great song/band.

 0Posted on Jan 2nd, 2012 | re: The Gummy Awards: Your Top 20 Indie Rock Crushes Of 2011 (145 comments)

Where is [image][/image] She’s much more talented and attractive than Zooey Deschanel or Lana Del Ray.

 0Posted on Jun 28th, 2011 | re: The Men - "( )" (3 comments)

New favorite band. This wipes the floor with Fucked Up. (and I like them)

 +2Posted on Mar 12th, 2011 | re: Battles - "Ice Cream" (8 comments)

California by Mr. Bungle anyone? I love it though, glad this guys have humor and a good pop-writing sensibility. Elevates them above the “serious” math rockers IMO