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12 July 2012 @ 08:00 am
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  • Wed, 14:23: RT @ferretthimself: I just met you / And this is crazy / But please stop riffing on this stupid song / 'Cause it is lazy
  • Wed, 14:55: @BitsyJiggles Two decks short of a starship?
  • Wed, 14:55: @BitsyJiggles Pon farring without a plughole?
  • Wed, 15:01: @BitsyJiggles One funk short of a groove?
  • Wed, 15:01: I think that is my new favorite euphemism for crazy: one funk short of a groove. (Or two decks short of a starship.)
  • Wed, 18:13: http://t.co/5W81LAI4 I WANT TO GO THERE. CAN I GO THERE? WHY CAN'T I GO THERE?
  • Wed, 19:06: Today: new music!
  • Wed, 19:08: Wye Oak's Civilian album: I like it. Moody, muted, synth-playful, celtish. Sort of like a tribal version of Stereolab.
  • Wed, 19:10: I prefer Wye Oak live, though, which is how I first saw them. The vocalist really shines when singing at concert-volume.
  • Wed, 19:12: Two Ton Boa is like that: their albums are good (angsty, but good); their live show is better. Sherry Fraser's voice hits like a Mack truck.
  • Wed, 19:15: I couldn't bring myself to buy TV on the Radio's latest stuff. They'll never bring back the screechy shoe-gazy guitar sound I loved in RtCM.
  • Wed, 19:27: RT @ferretthimself: I want to program a marathon of KITCHEN NIGHTMARES where each dysfunctional owner embodies one of the Seven Deadly Sins.
  • Wed, 19:27: Mourning for screechy guitar sound makes me want to listen to Maria McKee's Life Is Sweet... LOVE that album.
kenjari: pianokenjari on July 12th, 2012 12:09 pm (UTC)
I saw Wye Oak last year as the opener for The Decemberists. Wye Oak was good, and they were a good complement to The Decemberists. Yay for an opening act that didn't leave me feeling impatient.