21 grams is the weight of the soul
Posts By: Alyson Camus
everybody’s lifting all the time
it’s not really a secret, right?
SeaSick Steve is a happy man
will follow the musician’s life that ended up tragically
TV on the Radio lovers, Amoeba music has a pretty good deal
the hardcore, the taboo and the diehard ugly
a mountain that never ends
catchy hymns and their great sense of melody
they are trying very hard
I see myself listening to more experimental music, more hardcore punk, more electronic
half of the population of Silver Lake is in a band, so it’s hard to keep up.
outlaw hippie-country beats
I was lurking at his setlist
will tour across America, traveling only in vintage rail cars
scary and exciting
“I’m proud to be a part of Record Store Day”
definitely really creatice
the cavernous sound of Bach
“an Oscar nominated singer songwriter, t-shirt wearing, tattoo displaying, sensitive soul.’
There is an Elliott Smith setlist on sale on ebay for $9,999.99,… yes, true!
enormous loud sound, capable to destroy everything
Panic In Detroit
the 80’s are back?
aggressive electronic beats and pulsating wide chorus
“Lighten up, assholes”
people are really, mostly … white (beside the security guards in yellow t-shirts). It’s Haiti, how is this possible
Self Destructive behavior
Woody Allen Fans?
the whole thing is overly enigmatic, mysterious and pointless
isn’t it asking for even less privacy?
On Monday night, the new band SKYSAW made its debut at the Echo in Los Angeles and they were a lot of anticipation as ex-Smashing Pumpkins’ Jimmy Chamberlin was at the drums: you could see right away, hipsters pressing themselves against the stage to get a better view of the guy who was playing in such a small venue. Well, there’s a 'Hipsters United' site, a blog about the Smashing Pumpkins, so it is not as if I was calling them by a name they don’t want to be called with! When the quintet was setting up the material, everyone …
A musical savant
Hybrid folk pop
hundreds of artists will be releasing exclusive records and collectors items
his idea of loose may still be tighter than the average band’s conception of tight
One Of these EP’s wil be “Only The Lonely”
After ‘Tomboy', ‘You Can Count On Me’, and ‘Last Night At The Jetty’, you can now listen to ‘Surfer’s Hymn’, another track from ‘Tomboy’, Panda Bear’s highly anticipated album set to be released on April 12th. Panda Bear continues with his beach-y theme, giving us layered ethereal vocals drowning in wave sounds and busy, glittering, fireflies-like percussion. It’s less Brian Wilson-esque than ‘Last Night At The Jetty’, which I still prefer to this other track, but the vocals tend to compete with each other in a peak of repetitive harmonies. The track is also the final installment from the …
This Kind Of Pop May Well Be Almost Dead
expect a lot of layered images of random objects
very experimental, very distinct melodies
releasing the beast inside
don’t let the intimacy fool you
doesn’t have a lot to do with Billy Corgan
made of real paper and ink
I must have heard this tune tons of times on MTV
What a buncha hippies