Tag: sufjan stevens
Since my favorite metal records of 2010 was posted over at Crustcake I figured I should post a few blurbs about all the non-metal records I enjoyed this year. Here they are in reverse order with my added 2 cents: 20. Zola Jesus Stridulum II I loved the song “I Can’t Stand” off this record […]
Posted: April 12th, 2011 under Music, Writing.
Tags: arcade fire, beach house, beck, charlotte gainsbourg, colour revolt, eminem, goldfrapp, jonsi, laura veirs, mumford & sons, peter gabriel, ra ra riot, sigur ros, sleigh bells, sufjan stevens, the national, the roots, titus andronicus, vampire weekend, wye oak, yeasayer, zola jesus
After graduating from Greenville in 2006, my band (which was then referred to) When Sorrow Fails when on tour. After tour we buckled down, wrote some songs we were proud of and recorded with me using Greenville’s studios (thanks to my favorite prof., Mike Johnson!) Before we took the weekend to track the songs, I […]
Posted: February 2nd, 2010 under Music.
Tags: alan douches, bandcamp, chariot, converge, copeland, Greenville, mastodon, matt goldman, michael johnson, My Band, pilots, sufjan stevens, when sorrow fails
…is absolute drivel. It’s abysmal. The lyrics are completely uninspired and vague for no reason at all. I don’t believe a word Aaron Marsh sings. It’s gross that, with the packaging for the album, they compared him to Sufjan Stevens and Jeff Tweedy. I’m disgusted, I freaking can’t stand this record.