alex on March 06 2013
We'll file this in the hot beats drawer AKA that drawer where you put awesome shit in high school -- other items which exist in this drawer are one of Grandpa's war medals, a hustler magazine from 1994, a single fire cracker, and a mostly smoked J which you may or may not ever finish.
chris on March 06 2013
Don't believe everything you hear. When I decided I wanted to see Ace Ventura Pet Detective when I was thirteen, my dad told me he read it was a terrible movie and not to waste my time. I told him, I'm gonna make up my own mind thank you very much, and low and behold, the movie changed my life. I saw on that awful site Pitchfork that this is bad. My brain says it's good. Very good.
chris on March 04 2013
I have no idea who this is or where it came from. I do however know that it's amazing and I want to know everything about it. So if you have any information about this track, write it on the back of a hundred dollar bill and send it to Chris and Alex at 1 Left As Rain Plaza, Brooklyn NY. Update: @gastrodamus has informed us via $100 dollar bill that this track is Ballad of the War Machine by Midnight Juggernauts.
alex on March 01 2013
The bro factor is strong with these guys. I've been working on a joke all day about how Slam Donahue hit a grand slam with this album but I just couldn't quite get the wording right. So I decided to make this post about how this joke is still under construction. Maybe a couple weeks down the road when I've really fine tuned the joke I'll post another one of their tracks. So really this is more of a post joke preview. *movie trailer voice* IN A WORLD OF MEDIOCRE MUSIC BLOG POSTS LIVES A JOKE - A JOKE SO FUNNY NO ONE HAS EVER HEARD IT.
alex on February 28 2013
I have these moments which I think only someone who runs a music blog can sympathize with. It's a moment of pure blogging bliss (blogging bliss... really, alex??). It goes something like this -- I'm cruising around sound clouds trying to find a decent track. Oh a new Still Corners single?? Great! I press play. Within the first five seconds of the track playing I know I've struck music blog gold. I let out an audible BOOM! and quickly post the track. Generally the post goes live before the song is even done. .. In this case I still have 38 seconds to go.