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 Caspar Jacobs

“This is the indie establishment”: Red Hot’s Day of the Dead

“This is the indie establishment”: Red Hot’s Day of the Dead

Disclaimer: I’ve probably never heard a Grateful Dead song in my life. At least not knowingly. This is an unfortunate position for me to be in, considering I am reviewing an album containing 59 covers of songs by the Grateful Dead. Just so you know. In 2009, the Red Hot Organization, fighting AIDS through pop […]

 Lee Adcock

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks – Wig Out at Jagbags (Matador)

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks – Wig Out at Jagbags (Matador)

Hey, Mr. Malkmus. I don’t know if you read these reviews anymore – what with you being a cultural icon and thus guaranteed a decent chunk of moolah – but I’m Lee Adcock. You haven’t heard of me yet, and that’s OK – I’m a new, bumbling writer/critic and I tend to always screw up […]

 Everett True

A D.I.Y. music review (Song of the Day – 397: New War)

The best entry wins the new Stephen Malkmus album … or something good, if they’d rather.

 Everett True

12 Most Read Entries on Collapse Board, 18.08.11 – 25.08.11

It was all about one album this week.

 Scott Creney

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Mirror Traffic (Matador/Domino)

You need Mirror Traffic the way the ocean needs more salt.

 Wallace Wylie

Birth of an Abomination – Beck and the Ironic Persona

Birth of an Abomination – Beck and the Ironic Persona

Beck clones were everywhere and in their wake they rendered passionate feeling an embarrassing personality trait.