I think it’s a stretch to say that a music scene’s history is sealed by a single book. For the most part, Goodman highlights a bunch of New York trust fund kids doing coke and using expensive equipment to sound like their music was recorded in a trash can— which may explain why Ted Leo was left out of Meet Me in the… Read more
I liked Howl, but hoo boy it’s dated now.
Update: I got a two-day pass!
The guy from Titus Andronicus? Dude gets on my nerves. I can’t get out my head how he called Kurt Vile a sell out for allowing his music in commercials. Vile basically responded “Yo, I like to play music for a living. I also have kids and they’ve got to eat.”
I hear the same 3 songs in every Uber. One song is definitely by Rhianna but I don’t know the name, another is Humble by Kendrick Lamar, and the third I think is Ed Sheeran but it has rapping over it(?). No judgements on the repetition of top 40 radio, because I’ve been listening to the same album on repeat for 3… Read more
That scene scarred me for life as a kid.
As a chubby girl who loved to dance, John Waters’ Hairspray was (and is) one of my favorite movies. That Barbara Lynn song on the soundtrack ruuules.
Mint Field is blowing my mind right now.