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Y'all fucked up, Stereogum. That's a picture of Adam Duritz.
Damn. That's the best last sentence I've read.
Only 1 for me, the East Troy show in '03. It was my wife's first Pearl Jam show!
If this is your introduction to Nap Eyes, go listen to their albums! They're a very underrated band.
I’d like to give a huge thanks to whoever recommended The Vernon Spring’s “A Plane Over Woods” on here a couple weeks back. I’ve been listening to that a ton and I love it.
I think the issue is more that she did answer the questions, but later didn't like how it came out. I'm a former journalist (tv) and have conducted literally thousands of interviews. Our policy was usually that once it was on tape (or later card), it was fair game for airing. Now, a person could talk to us afterward and request we not use something, and if they're reasoning was solid, we'd abide by that. The fact that the publication agreed to squash the article tells me that St. Vincent/her team had a good reason to not want it published. Also, I do agree that it was very shady for the journalist to publish it on her blog. That's probably career suicide for her.
There's going to be a lot of dudes wearing t-shirts from breweries at this fest. I live in Louisville and I like quite a few artists on the bill, but I won't go to this. I don't know if it's a totally-Kentucky thing, but there will be a lot of people at this (I'd even bet the majority of people at this) who are just there because it's the big thing going on that weekend. There'll be a lot of people standing there talking through these acts while they kind of half pay attention.
He's the best backup singer ever, IMO.
Great. Now my family's not safe.
I don't know if many people will see this now, but after reading Tom's Superwolves review and hearing what he's going through with his dad right now, it re-frames his comment about wishing he could've been at this show. Seems like he's really going through some shit and now I see his comments here as more of wishing he could go lose himself in a show. I don't want to speak for you, Tom, but I just don't want to pile on you right now. Sorry if my comment here caused you any headaches or anything.
This version with Bryce Dessner and Eighth Blackbird is really cool too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEC0rCVS-mA
Tom's got the Number Ones crowd behind him. He's cool with alienating us.
I saw "Van Morrison Says His Anti-Lockdown Songs Got A Negative Reaction Because..." and thought it would conclude with "It Sucked", but no.
I can't comment on the scene, I don't know anything about that. I'm just saying that this particular show seemed problematic (I hate that word, but I can't think of a better one right now), so it was a little odd to see it end with a sort if "wish I'd been there" sentiment.
"On the other hand, the show also looks extremely fun, and if I was in New York and fully vaccinated, I probably would’ve been there. Sometimes, it simply needs to be set off." Sorry, but it struck me as odd seeing this at the end of the article after seeing a couple examples of some pretty racist (or, at the least, racially-insensitive) comments (and a shirt) made by people involved with this show.
"...he’s presumably got enough money that he could buy everyone reading this column a brand-new luxury automobile without ever adjusting his way of life the tiniest bit. (He probably won’t do that, though.)" Ok, ok, sure. But what if he did buy us all cars?
Oh, the week after this episode, they’ll make a joke about Musk’s unfair labor practices on Weekend Update and it’ll all be ok.
Was this song the first appearance of "shamon"?
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