God said give ’em drum machines.
I’m obsessed with Cat Power’s gorgeous song “Woman”.
I made another song. It’s a short one, called “Huis te Landelaan”.
YOWLER’s new album is just astonishing.
Went to see the Beths in my hometown – their album is one my personal favorites this year, and their show was awesome. If you’re into Death Cab For Cutie, you can catch the Beths again as support during their European tour. On a much bigger stage, and well-deserved.
I finished a new song today, it’s called “Sevastopol”.
Stuck in my head song of today: Speedy Ortiz – “Villain”
Issue #5 of Incredible Doom is finished.
Get your gorgeous Kim Gordon-drawn Carrie Brownstein t-shirt. In doing so, a girl in Togo can attend school for a full year.
I just finished another track and called it “The Bowery”.
I know I’m starting to sound like some dude constantly harping on his old favorites, but the reissue of Bikini Kill’s singles compilation couldn’t not be mentioned. 25-some years in, these songs still are such a monumental triumph, calling patriarchy, harassment and prejudice towards women to order, before ripping right through it. It was awesome […]
Loud And Quiet did an interview with Lala Lala.
Stereolab’s “Switched On”, “Refried Ectoplasm” and “Aluminium Tunes” have been reissued on LP. Pitchfork did an extensive review. These are among my favorite albums in the world.
I revisited a song I started four years ago and finished it today. It’s called “Lindelaan”.
Lala Lala’s album is one of the highlights of this year. She’s (supposedly) playing at Vera Groningen on February 23rd, and at the Paradiso on February 25th. Her song “Destroyer” reminds me of Pavement – in a good way.
Pitchfork reviews “3 Feet High and Rising”. When I was a kid, I bought a number of records that in hindsight turned out to be quite terrible, but De La Soul’s first album is still amazing.
Stuck in my head song of today: Le Tigre – Hot Topic (here’s also a live version).
Yay for the Beatles as on-hold music! #Paagman
The Pull of Autumn represents everything that’s terrible about the music of 2018.
I can’t in recent memory remember having disagreed so totally as with this album review of Boston band The Pull of Autumn. To my ears, it’s a bland and hopelessly boring affair that reminds me of the worst of 80’s pompous prog-rock. To DOA’s ears, it’s supposedly “what might be one of 2018’s most memorable […]