Ramada Inn is one of Neil's better songs. Reviewer's a dip.
Man that first track. So long.
By the way, this saga between Death Grips and Epic annoys the shit out of me. Completely removed from a preference for or against their music these guys are straight up douche bags. If you want to do whatever the hell you please and distribute your own shit then don't sign a fucking major label contract. Then they post a respectful email written by this dude Heath at Epic with all of his info where it clearly says at the bottom the email is confidential...ugh, they are just such fucks. I get it. Fuck the man, bro, more power to ya but they just come off like childish assholes in my opinion. I'd throw the book at them if I was Epic.
Not that I side with their behavior, but it's difficult to really judge this from the outside without a clear view of what they agreed to and the ways in which Epic might have prevented Death Grips from accomplishing what they set out to. Like I've said before, my gut says this is all publicity on Death Grips' part, but it would be hardly surprising to learn that Epic engaged in typical studio doublespeak.
expand on "typical studio doublespeak"
Ryan Schreiber is slowly morphing into Roger Ebert. Essentially, an old fat lesbian.
Queens of the Grohl Age is back. CAN'T WAIT to hear this!
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Offspring/Pennywise/Bad Religion 8/31, Swans 9/8, Modest Mouse 9/26, Cibo Matto 10/4, The Weeknd/Schoolboy Q/Jhene Aiko 10/10, Placebo 10/23, Charli XCX 10/25, Digitalism 11/7, First Aid Kit 11/13, Tame Impala 11/15, Sky Ferreira 11/23&24
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I wonder what score they'll give the new Deftones
That King Animal Review was so disrespectful, now I remember why I hate that website
Well, it is Pitchfork. Of course they are not going to like the new Soundgarden album. What was so disrespectful though? Seemed fairly accurate.
New Evebs has been streaming on NPR for several days. Sounds like,well, The Evens. I was suprised it scored an 8, but I've only heard it once, and not particularly focusing on it completely.
"Evens". It recorrected it even after I changed it once.
Same here. Their format doesn't really lend to a ton of variability in their sound, really.
Didn't catch the edge in my listen, but again, it was a multitasking background listen. Looking forward to listening again.
A little off subject, but have you heard the new forgetters album?
The new mega-advertising-centric Pitchfork homepage is god awful.