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Hopefully this means Mdou Moctar announces some more fall dates. 2021 is going to be the year of Mdou Moctar.
Are full-capacity events like this gonna be back by late July? Feel like this is the first fest announced pre-Labor Day I’ve seen in a while.
“The Hustle” is an all-timer.
I’ve been loving this project. I’d like read the lyrics and try and make sense of the story they’re telling.
“Neutrogena Spektor” is a great song name. I wonder what Joanna Gruesome are up to these days.
Had to confirm this wasn’t a No Age cover. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j5XqOv150dQ
It took me a while to get onboard with NFR, but it’s continued to grow on me and is one of my favorite albums in recent year. On first listen, I agree this album seems intentionally less ambitious than NFR. Will give it more time before I form an opinion, but I’m glad it not being met with the intense backlash Tom alluded to.
20 years ago I don’t think many people would have bet on blink-182 aging into better pop-punk elder statesmen than Green Day, but here we are.
Is this the first Something Corporate reference on Stereogum? Is 2001-2003 Drive-Thru records output gonna get the 20th Anniversary treatment over the next few years?
[i]Welcome to Conceptual Beach[i] and the one-two punch of "Cars in Space"->"Cameo" from the Rolling Blackouts album are my favs of 2020.
Great review, I appreciate the candidness. Even as someone who goes to bat for I Am Easy to Find, I’m not finding much to grab me with the tracks released so far.
This video has a little bit Alexis.
Oof, bad italics. You & Me deserved an Anniversary piece is what I'm getting at here.
Agreed, [i]You & Me[/i] is an all-time favorite album for me. I like [i]Lisbon[/i], but its not as rewarding a listen as [i]You & Me[/i]. To drop this track 13 songs in, incredible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKRKppEJbLs [i]Lisbon[/i] is a lighter listen and is great to throw on, but doesn't have the depth that [i]You & Me[/i] has. [i]Lisbon[/i] still has great jams though - "While I Shovel The Snow" was a great show-opener when they toured that album.
Nap Eyes holding a special place in my heart here in 2020, last show I saw (with Destroyer) before covid really hit. Good jams here!
If you want more Ryley, subscribe to his Patreon. Tons of covers, live shows, and random demos uploaded there on the reg.
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