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Song of the day – 523: Sleigh Bells

I like this 21st Century groove, the cut-off jeans, the shadow boxing, the way everything is distorted and MEGA and seizure-inducing. the shallowness of the concept and the embracing of the NOW.

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Everett True does not like Kings Of Leon

Someone was accusing me of going soft on Kings Of Leon the other day. Bangs wept! I CANNOT have such aspersions cast on my professional integrity. The following is for him, my faceless accuser. Reprinted from Something Awful, 19/11/10.

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Everett True’s summer femme-pop mix: the videos

I’ve been meaning to link to this for a while.

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Everett True in the UK, part two – London


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“I didn’t listen to pop music growing up,” he reveals. “If I listened to music, it would be something classical”

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Everett True’s Australian Garage Rock Primer

There’s a good argument to be had for grunge beginning in Australia with The Scientists in 1979. Ask Kurt Cobain. Oh wait. You can’t.

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Everett True and his First Ladies Of Rock

I still write for a few other places. One of these is the excellent NYC femme-focused magazine, Bust, for which I write a regular column, Everett True and his First Ladies Of Rock, a short consumer guide look at some of the fine, unheralded, female-led bands around. I’ve been on at my contact at Bust […]

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Song of the day – 152: Black Diamonds

It would be ridiculous not to list one of the many incredible bands I unearthed in my research for my new Something Awful column. It’s called Everett True’s Australian Garage Rock Primer, and many of the recommendations came directly from a thread on the Mess And Noise message board, so props to all involved. And […]