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 Wallace Wylie

Bringing Up The Rear – Wallace’s Last Minute Best Of 2013

Bringing Up The Rear – Wallace’s Last Minute Best Of 2013

The worst thing about end of year polls is that they all come out in early December, which is hilarious because that means nobody got to talk about one of the best albums of the year. The Beyoncé album, called Beyoncé, was released with no fanfare, no reviews, and no warning. It then became one […]

 Scott Creney

Scott Creney Looks Back At 2013

Scott Creney Looks Back At 2013

Man, what a crazy goddamned year. Not the music, the music was great.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 650: Sleigh Bells

Song of the day – 650: Sleigh Bells

So good. They’ve moved on from the gym to the boxing alleys.

 Everett True

A list of 20+ performances that have shocked


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I drew the line at coprophilia.

 Lucy

22 Songs I Loved in 2012 by Lucy Cage

Sparky, desperate, rough-edged, delirium-fuelled, defiant, shouty boy pop. There’s a place for it, you know.

 Wallace Wylie

22 of Wallace Wylie’s favourite songs of 2012 (most of which are actually from 2012) so far

2012. I’m not going to lie to you, it’s been a shit year in terms of my personal life.

 Brigette

Brigette Herron’s 22-track summer mixtape for 2012

Just do me a favor and don’t count.

 Tobi Vail

Hello from Olympia, WA – 4: Madonna Live at the Super Bowl

Does the marketplace necessarily kill radicalism or is it ever possible to be subversive in the mainstream?

 Scott Creney

Scott Creney reacts to Pitchfork’s reaction to M.I.A.’s Finger


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Ryan Schreiber should be, if not ashamed, then more than a little embarrassed at the moment. Calling someone an asshole for raising a middle finger to a Super Bowl camera when you run a website and a music festival that has no problem promoting songs about rape, misogyny, and homophobia is empty and pathetic.

 Brigette

M.I.A.’s Middle Finger, Madonna, and Me

Some people say that little girls are meant to be seen and not heard. Well I say OH BONDAGE, UP YOURS!