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However, the episode later provides us with an interesting theory — does Homer actually want to be cool? Or is he just on a frivolous chase of critical clout? There have been times where I myself have longed for the acclaim, no matter how fair the weather, for my music or even these blogs. Australia has produced some fine artists over the years — Smudge, The Vines and Courtney Barnett, to name a few — and now we can add Tiny Little Houses to that list. Parquet Courts have been around for quite a while now, but their upcoming record Human Performance could see the New York punk staples make the leap into the publics conscious.
While some new bands are ensuring an unfussy production, Sundara Karma are the big hitters — they want their songs to sound big, brash and brilliant. As I made my way down Sunset Blvd.
The songs both referenced the gritty, still artist friendly hub of Brooklyn, while clearly leaning into indie godparents like The Cure and The Velvet Underground.
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Upon first listen, you, too, wanted to be in their gang. Though the release date was impacted by the September 11 tragedy, the magic of Is This It provided a bright spark of energy during a dark, scary time in US history. Even the UK cover art- originally a black and white shot of a nude model in silhouette with a glossy vinyl glove on her ass- was replaced for a vivid turquoise and yellow image of bubble particles on the American version.
The band - whose last album 'Comedown Machine' was released in - have confirmed that they are back in the studio together, working on new material. Frontman Julian The indie band will headline the Oblivius - The Strokes - Future Present Past EP (Vinyl) night Fans and hopeful attendees of Barcelona's Primavera Sound were delighted to discover that the preview app they downloaded was a video game displaying the full line-up for the festival's fifteenth anniversary.
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