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"Stay Together for the Kids" is my favorite blink song.I love the quiet/loud juxtapositions and the killer melody.
Amber Mark is the underrated artist currently working. I'm not exaggerating.
Well, I've never been able to get into Deafheaven, and this is my favorite song I've ever heard from them. So I think that just tells you more about my music taste limitations than anything else.
Had the same exact progression of thoughts. When I first started playing it, all I could think of was Slowdive, but now seeing this comment, now all I can think of is Nothing.
This album is way too tied to an awkward time in high school, and some of it is just unbearable on its own without the weird personal nostalgia factor, but I will always defend Continuum and even parts of Heavier Things.
Life Without Sound is awesome. Attack on Memory will always be my favorite album of theirs, but "Enter Entirely" is my favorite Cloud Nothings song.
I haven't listened yet, but a split-second after seeing the headline, it made a lot of sense. Field Music's singer's style fits this song to a T.
I love "Addicted" but "Gone" is my SOTY contender.
Yeah it is. It's possible they've improved it in the last 7 years, but when I went, you had to park 3 and a half miles south and take a shuttle -- but they had absolutely zero organization for getting people back on the small number of shuttles when the festival ended, so my friends and I walked all the way back along the highway. Not ideal.
“Never before have fans had the opportunity to hear Paul McCartney share, in such expansive, celebratory detail, the experience of creating his life’s work — more than 50 years of culture-defining music." I mean, I know the Beatles Anthology didn't cover his solo years, but it was pretty expansive, I would say.
I went to this in 2014 for a single day and saw Third Eye Blind, then Weezer, then OutKast. I enjoyed it. The parking situation sucked though.
Great ep.
Sometimes these anniversaries come along and you're like "wow, how is it that old already?" Well, the Green Album very much feels like it's 20 years old.
Just listened and then came here to say it sounds like "The Way You Make Me Feel," but I see that's been addressed already.
On my "best albums of the 2010s" list, I put this at number 8. Just incredibly beautiful. The harmonies and musical phrases that Pecknold can conjure.... he's a genius.
On first glance at the image, I thought this article was going to be about a Black Keys Turn Blue outtake.
"haha" has been my preferred method of expressing something's funny since 2006. Though, hopefully in more genuine ways than when Grimes deploys it.
Hot tip: I've started adding "?preview=true" at the end of the Stereogum URL and that does the trick.
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