Shields is a city album. It functions as a nice urban version of Fleet Foxes — a sound born out of concrete rather than forests, glass instead of rivers, subways instead of trails.
You think pop music is JUST about the music? Fuck, I thought even 2-yr-olds knew that wasn’t the case.
A choir of mutes singing in the Circular Song Annex, with Nero on fiddle.
Really, just open your minds and dance, ya snobby fucks.
Sometimes when I listen to Tago Mago I find it hard to believe that mere human beings made this music.
By Everett True
2. It might be the band’s last
web 2.0 has seen a shift in perception that anything that isn’t recommendation (or polite) is trolling