Top Ten of Aught-Ten: 5. Sufjan Stevens- "The Age...
——- There comes a time in every young man’s life when he must put down the banjo and move on to Bigger and Better Things. For Sufjan Stevens, late 2010 was that time. Stevens has been in the indie rock community since his beginnings crafting folk collages (“A Sun Came!”) and electro noise classics (“Enjoy Your Rabbit”). After being relatively unknown...
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I have a Cure song stuck in my head.
dickgraysonsbigboypants: I forget what it is called, too. Just the one line from it. “Would you tell me how you do that trick the one that makes me scream so loud.” I think that line is wrong, but I can see Jaybird saying that. “Just Like Heaven”, hun.
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No one’s gonna play the harp when you die…– Modest Mouse
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IT IS NEVER COMING OUT GODDAMMIT *flips desk*
“Cotton Mouth” was born when I got a ukulele for my birthday and I wanted to see how it would sound through a shitty microphone, which was then translated into the GarageBand program. The title came from a friend of mine, Naz. What began as an experiment quickly evolved into an EP, then an album, then a concept album with no words. “Cotton Mouth” is a western told only...
I thought of that old joke. This guy goes to a psychiatrist and says,...– Woody Allen
I one day hope to write songs at the Hotel Chelsea. And by “write...