Scott Creney’s Album Roundup: Sept 2015
I’ve been a little sleep-deprived & out of focus lately and the news is a horror show filled w/lying sociopaths and so much abundant sadness that it makes the cloying relationship troubles of a band like Chvrches sound, at best, cloistered & obtuse. If anger is an energy then I guess passivity is a type […]
Scott Creney’s Album Roundup: Aug 2015
Future music fans will look back on this era and wonder what our fucking problem was. By then all the derivative filler & trustfund-funded garbage clogging up our ears will have disappeared and only the great stuff will be left. There’s so much of it, an embarrassment of riches compared to, say, 1995, or […]
Scott Creney’s Album Roundup: July 2015
July’s always been a shitty month for music. All the good mainstream stuff comes out at the beginning of the summer and all the good indie stuff waits until the college kids come back in the fall. Or maybe I just had a shitty month? I don’t know. All albums scored on the World […]
A year and change | The Return of Scott Creney
By Scott Creney Just so you know, I had CB’s lawyers (lawyer, singular, who are we kidding?) give this a quick readthrough to make sure I wasn’t disclosing too much information, but I figured a very, very small number of people might want an explanation before I started writing about music again—where have I been, […]
Scott Creney Looks Back At 2013
Man, what a crazy goddamned year. Not the music, the music was great.
Scott Creney’s Favorite Albums of 2012
This is what it feels like to be alive in 2012 — connected to everything and more isolated than ever.
22 of Scott Creney’s favorite songs of 2012 so far
It wouldn’t be Collapse Board without a little shambling boy-girl indiepop, now would it?
Scott Creney reacts to Pitchfork’s reaction to M.I.A.’s Finger
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.
Scott Creney reacts to Chuck Klosterman’s article about tUnE-yArDs pretty much exactly the way you’d expect him to
I’m not a huge fan of Tuneyards, but I think this article is a massive pile of shit. No maybes about it.
Scott Creney Looks Back at 2011
Joanna Newsom, don’t think you’re getting some kind of genius pass.