And as she wandered through the city alone, all she could think was, “Man, CHVRCHES is like a more poppy M83, but they’re still able to have their own cool sound. I should totally buy The Bones of What You Believe like right now.”
Radiohead used to play guitar rock? Weird.
Imagine Ke$ha. Now imagine Ke$ha if she was enjoyable (and not in an ironic way either).
Man this is the kind of church I want to go to. Also, this video is the closest thing we’ll ever see to Larry David dancing (not actually Larry David though).
Make sure to check out Disclosure’s new album Settle, as it’s already appearing on many “Best Albums of 2013 So Far” lists.
An arresting video for a soulful message about the double-edged sword that is “being just friends”.
The VHS lives!
In the late 80s Silver Jews was formed by David Berman and Stephen Malkmus (who would also start Pavement around the same time). The band sounded like what the National tried to sound like early in their career: lo-fi alt-country with a dry vocalist singing clever lyrics about mundane middle class life.
“Random Rules” is a Silver Jews song I particular like, especially the lyrics. This is the 90s at its finest (and most flannel).
Because Why not?