How sad is this? The Washington Post gets the drop on almost every Australian publication with its summary of Australian music in 2012
How sad is this? The Washington Post gets the drop on almost every Australian publication with its summary of Australian music in 2012: It’s been an especially fruitful year for my favorite geographic micro-genre, with woozy, wobbly, strummy guitar rock emerging as a distinct sound Down Under. One reason for the largely unified aesthetic is […]
Here’s my answer. You can ignore it if you want, but fuck. It would be a shame if everyone does.
This was the year I became convinced that there wasn’t a secret world of great Australian music writing I simply wasn’t privy to.
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So. I guess my question for today is: Is it all worth it? Is this what we really have to do to compete in the modern world?
The garrulous flippancy ominously forebodes. I do forbid that their overly zealous residency finds a little frivolity in the sense that these lesbians aren’t shy of being gay or Canadian. And it shows.
If you’re going to break a rule try to make sure you did a good job at it. Nothing is sacred but everything matters.
“Mumford & Sons’ singular importance in rock’s current moment cannot be underestimated,” is not a sentence I ever imagined I’d read.
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