thank you so much, appearing in this list is now the de-facto of the highlight of our band’s career! seeing our name pop up on a site that me and clouse have been reading for years was surreal, and hearing that we’re awesome from you brings great joy to my heart
As the singer in Bathroom of the Future - thank you. I was half kidding when I submitted us last year but this is one of the raddest things that’s happened to us and I’m stoked about this.
THANK FUCKING CHRIST!
Fuck you, Kyle. I’m supposed to be caring for my child.
And once again thanks for putting this together Kyle. It’s always a highlight of the year
a snapshot of the writing process:
-15 minutes writing riffs
-2 hours arguing over whether the protagonist’s motorcycle could reasonably be nuclear-powered
AREA RHYTHM SECTION FINDS TIME TO COMMENT ON INTERNET ARTICLE
“we made a post-apocalyptic spaghetti western concept album”
I’m the drummer for Dynamite Thunderpunch and no joke this is a huge honor I always dreamed would happen. I’m also so curious as to how you even found out about us in a year we haven’t even done anything. If anyone cares we made a post-apocalyptic spaghetti western concept album that’s on spotify
So they can burn it?
Ross From Friends and DJ Seinfeld both played at Primavera Sound Festival last summer. On Thursday night. Not even kidding.
OK, *now* it's the most wonderful time of the year.
Yeah, but I don’t get upvotes for observations someone else makes!
Springfield Confidential is fitfully informative, but too self-satisfied and meandering to do justice to The Simpsons. Hopefully some day someone will be up to the task. Ball’s in your court, Al Jean.
The A.V. Club
The whole thing reads as quickly written and a little undercooked.
You’re right on with the taste description. My version uses a kale/spinach/chard mix from costco, half a banana, greek yogurt, flax seeds, ginger and almond milk/water. It’s not sweet by any stretch, kinda earthy I guess. Either way after a few days you just kinda drink it without bothering about the taste.
Good article. I drink smoothies everyday, and my advice is simple: DON’T OVER THINK IT
I keep a bunch of frozen fruits and veggies like kale, spinach, berries, etc. in my freezer. I can throw a handful of these into a blender with some almond milk and a scoop of pea protein powder and make a delicious smoothie (sometimes I’ll throw in a banana or cut up apple) for about 23¢.
I used to LIVE by the Nutribullet, but for some reason, I slack off big time during the winter months.