“Dirt in the Ground” is the whimpering microcosm of the individual’s irrelevance. It is the maudlin acceptance of inevitable decay, a funeral dirge for the sadly dead.
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Barcelona’s dusky Balearic beat-maker John Talabot, owner of this year’s excellent ƒin LP, is now also the owner of a coveted opening slot on old pals the xx’s upcoming tour. As a get-to-know-me tour memento, JT’s pressed a 7″ with two previously unreleased tracks, available physically either at his shows with the xx, or his [...]
“Your Drums, Your Love” is the excellent new single from the London electro-soul duo AlunaGeorge, one of Stereogum’s 40 best new bands of 2012. And in the song’s brand-new video, from director Henry Scholfield, the duo and a crew of deadpan street-dancers, take over a gallery that’s exhibiting the work of the celebrated illustrator Arran [...]
Via the design website 99designs, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon has initiated a contest to design his new tattoo, an image based on Cicely from Northern Exposure. Vernon explains via the contest page: Hi. I named my band after an episode of Northern Exposure. In the episode a women transforms a gold rush village into a [...]
The club is indeed open. Next Saturday, September 22nd, Aquarium Drunkard presents Guided By Voices at One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans. Detective and KG Accidental support. Tickets available, here. We’re also giving away a few pairs to AD readers. …