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Just seen the movie and have no idea what the product placement shot was. The Netflix joke? Seriously, I have no idea.
Great find in Spokane, seen em once, will be back at the Chateau for round 2 tomorrow night. Bands tight, great vibe. Walla Walla Guitar Festival 3/15 going on as well. Both highly recommended for blues lovers.
Weird that there was no mention of the upcoming Pretty lights show? Talk about an original style in EDM.....
"Wholly unique?" Back to journalism school!
I love My Bloody Valentine and it is all thanks to this article I read last year. I instantly fell in love with Loveless. I just got their new album MBV on vinyl for Christmas and love that as well. Thanks Inlander for helping me discover Kevin Shields and Belinda Butcher.
Obvious Child, Happy Christmas, Laggies, and Life After Beth are also so films out of Sundance to look forward to!
Sorry never mind I was mistaken.
I was reading this over and the voice of the woman in Her is Kristen Wigg from Bridesmaids and Anchor Man 2. Great review of the movie though thanks for the great read.
Thank you for pointing that out; we've corrected the caption.
Um Kyler Ferguson is on the left, Conor Knowles is on the right.
No votes for Pokey LaFarge? Same genre as Civil Wars, Avett Bros., and arguably Neko Case, and a better album, imo
The Hipster is way too strong here to process. Sorry. Two of those lists are decent. The rest would make nice coasters for a Peppermint mocha *skinny*!
I thought that My Player games would be like NBA 2K games where when you're not playing you can still watch the game unfold from the bench. I'm so dissapointed
happy to see tim hecker in one of these lists
Thank you. It should be updated now to the correct URL.
Our website url is listed incorrectly here. It's thebartlettspokane.com
She sounds great. Karaoke fascinates me (I can only sing War Pigs by Black Sabbath in a death metal growl and yawlp) because you get incredible pipes and you get somewhere in the sonic dimension opposite of incredible but mostly it's about the people doing it. Some are confident and know they bring it. Others are clueless but just love the chance. Others are somewhere on the continuum between sad and tragic - it's like this is perhaps their life, or the best part of it.
One of my favorite Mudhoney songs, Oblivion, has the best line:
She rolled up from the bar with Kahlua and cream
Parked her wheel chair by the karaeoke machine
Closed her eyes and sang "Dancing Queen"
She sang the shit out of "Dancing Queen"
Karaoke can be beautiful, funny, sad, absurd, annoying and affirmational. As a tone-deaf lover of music, I can only admire the people who step up.
Kurt killed himself, Grohl does crappy pop songs, and Krist became a politician. That's how your youth dies, one ignominious step at a time. And it stinks, but there's nothing to be done.
nothing could get me to see a Nirvana tribute band. It goes against every single thing Kurt and that band were about. I hope the venue loses power.
It is truly disappointing that the stereotypes about drugs and edm-goers still exist. Don't believe everything you read.
Just seen the movie and have no idea what the product placement shot was. The…
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