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matador records Archive
Posted on October 7, 2008 | 7 Comments
If I had to pick a label to give a best of 2008 award to, It'd probably be a toss up between Mute and 4AD, with Matador, In the Red, and XL recordings trailing closely behind them. Latest from Mute Records: upcoming release from legendary new wavers Depeche Mode, and tour dates in 2009. EPIC.
Posted on July 11, 2008 | 3 CommentsTruthfully, I'm not really sure if I even like Jay Reatard's music anymore - and in fact, I don't really know if I ever did. Even so, he has this music blog that I found a few months ago, where he posts exclusives and unreleased tracks. This post has another one of those at the bottom. I just happened to be home on a friday night and I logged into the fantastic weapon myspace to see what I could scrape up, and there it was.
Posted on April 14, 2008 | No Comments
Let me just say this now: I love Pavement. One my fondest memories is getting plastered with my buddy Gabe and singing Slanted and Enchanted in it's entirety... well, almost entirely, anyways. The cops came somewhere around 'Loretta's Scars'. Damn fine run though.
Posted on April 1, 2008 | 1 Comment
When I read about the Stephen Malkmus TV interview, my first thought was that it was here (on that Daily Show FOX news rip-off I heard some jokes about last year), but the Red Eye (which airs at 3am) looks more like a FOX degenerate of the Henry Rollins Show, or like, Glenn Beck hosting the Henry Rollins show maybe. Hey. Screw Will Clark for not signing my glove on opening