[circumpolarnavigation:annamack] ‘awesome light’
the back of everyones’ lame heads looking out at ‘vast landscapes’
the photographer’s hand holding something ‘interesting’
upside down crosses
girl with cryptic bruises or otherwise looking ‘vulgar’ in some capacity
a person with their really long straight hair in front of their face
a person wearing all black doing something ‘interesting’ like standing in front of a white wall
white girl naked except for native american headwear and facepaint
davidlook: Pictures of shopping carts or things left on the ground
pictures of people in any kind of animal costumes
pretty much anything you’d find on Tinyvices
People should only blog their food
“Keep It On Ice”
Live at Cake Shop, 4/27/2008
My review of Tickley Feather’s second album is up on Pitchfork today. It’s kind of rough on her, but I think that this video proves that she’s got a lot more potential as an artist than her lazy recordings would indicate.
Good lord, 3.3? Hors D’Ouvres is one of my favourite albums of this year! Admittedly, the album is all woozy atmosphere (which is A-OK with me), and it only rarely reaches the heights of “Trashy Boys”, the best single, but there’s still no justification for such a low rating. Also, Annie Sachs has nothing to do with GVB and little in common with most of today’s lo-fi renaissance. Freaky stoner loners like Fursaxa and Ariel Pink would make more sense to bring up.
Check out the Hyperdub review in which the writer readily admits referring to Youtube and the Beatportal(!!!) comments section for research. An embarrassingly half-assed and transparent attempt to feign some understanding of the music. But hell, slap an 8.2 on that sucker and give it ‘best new music’ anyways. I’m guessing Phillip Sherburne was busy.
Pitchfork blows. Are you guys even trying anymore?
Very nice, this.
This reblog goes out to M:
“i was like “oh cool, they are punching each other!”
Including the “Full-Body-L”