September 1965, Brazil
"You see you sing the song ‘Cut Your Hair’ like Stephen Malkmus, the lead singer of the band Pavement, sings ‘Cut Your Hair,’ hit song by the band Pavement, in the video for Pavement’s ‘Cut Your Hair.’"
New York is covered in fog, I swear there was a building on fire on 6th Avenue in the 40s somewhere, and the internet’s down all over Midtown.
This is what happens when you people karaoke.
Appears to be a straight (poor) vinyl rip on Shitify? And I love it. “Jawbreakers,” Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison/Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis, Jawbreakers
Never identified with a superhero so much as I do with Daita Oiwa, the original Yellow Ranger, with four bowls of curry rice in front of him when Joles cooks a big pot of homemade chana masala.
The other day I was eating lunch at Marshall Stack and someone overruled the iTunes soundtrack, which was playing “Everyday Is Halloween,” for one of James Murphy’s adult contemporary white funk songs (which I mistook for a latter-day Queens of the Stone Age song at first) and you know what? Ott’s right, we need to stop pretending these flashes in the pan will ever mean anything to anyone who wasn’t “really plugged into the scene, man,” in 2008.
Guess which side.
Japanese Spider-Man wants to live dangerously.
DON’T SAY NO! JUST LIVE MORE!
The idea that boring, inept music never got venerated because it was from the right “scene” before the Internet.