it isn’t worth fighting them anymore
an amazing simulation of Elvis
It was that great of a fucking show!
Cigarettes After Sex are at the Ace Hotel on Friday, at the Fonda Theatre on Saturday
pure aural sugar
Johnny On The Spot
did I mention upbeat ditty yet?
And the result is astronomically low, approximately 0,008%
Comey is a slimy, formerly dangerous, asshole.
as good as anything on the album (except for “Sheraton Gibson”)
beginning his rise as an international superstar
The song is an empowering banger
the documentary highlights his incredible resilience
Dipset by any other name
Another season filled
I would be pissed as hell
a smart and rascally old man
I am just the thought that loves to think the thought. Isn’t that enough?
a full beam slam down
a stormy and intriguing mix of stoner/psychedelic/heavy rock
Addicted to the funk
three great albums, and seven dogs with fleas…
His next tour will up him to Stadiums.
another beginning, musically and professionally
LA bands embracing their inner darkness in a post-punk collective movement
let the music speak for itself
Cardi’s brilliant debut is exactly where it is supposed to be.
Angel Olsen is at the El Rey on Tuesday, at Pappy & Harriet’s on Wednesday and at Coachella this weekend
filled to the edges with color and sound, beauty and intelligence
I forgive him
Sam should be up for this major showcase
a beach bodybuilder in drag who was proudly carrying her city’s reputation on her muscular arms
Townshend developed the concept album
Which is worse? Sting or the Cell Phone Haters??
I know the feeling too well.
I think we’re alone now,
“Smooth Jazz” is so depressing I can hardly stand it.
as the Great American Broadway Musical dies
Frank liked it
a very muscular delivery and a touch of Michael Stipe in the vocals
one of the best verses you’ll hear
Peter Tork’s plaintive delivery of the final line of the chorus
‘Music, and the culture that births it, is not a commodity to be exploited’
the yanks shellacked
‘I saw something I’m sure was extraterrestrial … in the back garden’
less a singular vision and more pictures in an exhibition of her life
“Yuck Benson And Hedges”