You remember Chester French. They were that Harvard-spawned indie pop duo that seemed to come out of no where, toting a Pharrell Williams co-sign (they were the fresh faces of Startrak) and dominating MTV airwaves with the unforgettable “She Loves Everybody”. 363 more words
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So… if nothing else, 2012 proved that by George the Mayans had it all kinds of right: the year proved a renaissance of apocalyptic proportions – a year when the culturally amnesiac cynics failed to recognize a sea change over the screams of their own skeptic scoffs… alas, even in the midst of privately-backed Super-PAC pocketed media, bindered women, NRA publicity stunts, mass school shootings, a deluge of false formations and knowledge starvation, the spectacle’s continued triumph over literacy shrugged – and oh, Sandy; even in the midst of all that, there was music – glorious music – because after all, to mark the fall, the birth of tragedy is forever conceived in the spirit of music.
Above “Are You Gonna Be My Girl?” on the cover of Jet, beyond Delilah’s panther black tee… The Black Lips never quite uttered words like these… 146 more words
WHO: A band with no name, but let’s just call them Glowing for the purpose of this conversation because that is the name of the song. 86 more words