A concise, funny retelling of the jerk store joke.
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A concise, funny retelling of the jerk store joke.
I made it through all 3,000+ pages of Robert Caro's The Years of Lyndon Johnson. (I also read his 1,300 page The Power Broker for good measure.) Easily the best political biography I've ever read,...
Kvnty's Karnival of Karnal Delights
There was a 2 second clip of the Craft Beer garden. They successfully covered that demo.
They've got the 18-29 demo on fucking lockdown, too.
Also, the gays.
Marketing to the gays: you are allowed to kiss at Coachella, mostly without comment from straight people.
Video means Coachella is likely to happen this April, with a potential lineup announcement in January.
Failed miserably; I ended up reading 5,000 pages of Robert Caro biographies, a 900 page book about American politics from 1973-1976, and a shit ton of New Yorker articles, long form journalism, music...
Lolololol Fleetwood Mac on the main stage from 7:40 to 8:30. "Hurry up if you want to get 'You Make Loving Fun' and 'The Chain' into this setlist. Tick tock, we need to save time for Drake to bring...
There's actually a trailer, too:
Time to catch up, people.
We can all relax: Peter Hook's awful Joy Division cover band won't be playing:
People, as long as we're advancing the case of long shot liberal Senators from New England, let's go all-in (and pick someone who is talking about actually running):
My favorite was the first list that had three Beyoncé songs as the top three tracks. Enough already.
For good measure, Pitchfork's albums list took careful note of both of these lines.
AC/DC, Marilyn Manson. We're Tool away from having the Coachella of my high school parking lot's dreams.
Oh, man, Madonna apparently called the leak "artistic rape."
Good work, "digital lynching" has finally met an equally awful rhetorical equivalent.
Drive-By Truckers is my favorite album that's missing from year-end lists.
Green Day stamped their passport for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when they reinvented themselves in their third act as dues-paying members of classic rock town. The people who vote for the Rock...
The native advertising for Sam Smith and iTunes in the Pitchfork lists is A+ quality trolling.
Yes, the Yankees absolutely need to sign or trade for more starting pitching. Especially since three of those guys have injury question marks.
I have been pleased that the Yankees have made...
Yes! The Macklemore/Madonna performance at the Grammy's last year made me want to apologize to every gay person I knew on behalf of all straight people. It was the televised concert performance of...
I didn't intend to mean that we have solved or minimized the nation's problems with accepting gayness simply because we have made progress on the issue. My argument wasn't so much "hey gays, get over...
For me, there's this weird nostalgia for reactionary America in that album/song/line. Yes, there are still lots and lots of people in the United States of America who hate gay people, and do feel...
The Perfume Genius line sounds like something out of a Rufus Wainwright album from 2003.
Wilco just announced:
April 22 Dallas
April 26 Tallahassee
April 28 Orlando
So I'm guessing New Orleans Jazz. Maybe they're a possibility for west coast dates and Coachella?
Only to suffer even more when the lineup is unveiled.
Billy took out time from his busy schedule to talk conspiracy theories with Alex Jones for an hour. Seriously:
That Pitchfork list was truly bizarre.
Side note: every review of that Perfume Genius album or "Queen" must mention the "no family is safe when I sashay" line. I've lost count if I have seen more...
Five months before the festival is the perfect time to post this. Good work per usual, Bailey.
Then what possible purpose is there in posting about it?
They're "upgrading" with players five years older than the guys they are replacing. Certainly a risk, and counter intuitive to the way that most front offices are operating right now.
What would a real Black Flag reunion consist of? I can't think of another band that particular question is harder to answer for. Someone bring bmack into the detritus of this thread and he could tell...
If this was the last we end up hearing from him, at least his final posts were to point out that Republicans and Muse suck.
You buried Bumble's lede; we may get a world premiere of new Coldplay material.
Is it a good enough reason to delete your account and go away, too?
Also, S-K are playing Boise and Omaha for chrissake.
1. Angel Olsen, Burn Your Fire For No Witness
2. Run The Jewels, RTJ2
3. St. Vincent, St. Vincent
4. The War On Drugs, Lost In The Dream
5. Sharon Van Etten, Are We There
This is like the fourth time you've posted the exact same sentiments.
Well, a Hannahrain reappearance is the next best thing to a Pot reappearance.
This thread just reminds me of how much I miss Pot.
This is so fucking myopic. Pitchfork reviews 900+ albums every year, and probably similar numbers of individual songs, to say nothing of their year end and other staff lists.
Even if you object...
We should all change our avatars to that photo of Cara.
New Glass Candy track "Rise"
And an announcement for what I believe will be a new Chromatics album called Dear Tommy.
1989 didn't deliver for you, xanman?