Dude, is that Soundcheck Rock?
April 22, 2010, 18:54 -05 by chris
Filed Under: Rants  Comments
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More Steely Dan
A Perfect Circle
Still More Steely Dan
Even More Steely Dan
Stravinsky’s Rite of…Just Kidding, It’s Steely Dan
Some Sort Of Mark Knopfler Ry Cooder Chet Atkins Type Thing
How Many Albums Did Steely Dan Even Put Out, Anyway?
Seriously, What Is The Deal With The Steely Dan Thing?
Post-Waters Pink Floyd
I Swear if I Hear One More Steely…Oh, It’s Donald Fagen “The Nightfly”.
…and Steely Dan.
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Did the Doll Factory totally ‘scoop’ the ‘Hipster runoffs’?
April 22, 2010, 15:34 -05 by chris
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Authentic indie meme / altbro blog ‘The Hipster Runoffs’ started an alt meme today comparing the personal brands of alt celebrities and P4k album covers, as an alternative ‘take’ on the mainstream ‘Totally Looks Like’ blog (run by the rich mainstream bro who owns ‘May I please have a cheeseburger?’ LOLcats and ‘This is an illustrative example of a failure!’ blogs and pays employees minimum wage, like an ‘Internet meme sweatshop’).
Kinda feel like ‘The Doll Factory’ did this authentic indie meme ‘Kinda Looks Like’ parody like three wks ago.
Are the ‘Doll Factory’ altbros ‘more authentic’ than ‘The Hipster Runoffs’?
Did the Doll Factories ‘scoop’ The Hipster Run Offs or is it ‘a total coincidence’ / ‘synchronicity’ like The Karl Jungs psychology-major college bro?
Is it more important to try to be ‘silly’ / ‘irreverent’ or should indie bands / music blogs be ‘serious’ like ‘the xx’ and work on cultivating their personal brand?
Should ‘The Doll Factories’ call a relevant ‘band meeting’? Is it more authentic / meaningful to have a band meeting at an ‘authentic Irish-bro pub’ or a ‘local microbrewery’?
Is sipping expensive beer on tap at a ‘brewpub’ in Ballard ‘authentic’ or do we have to ‘slam’ ‘PBR’ and ‘Sparks’ at ‘The Unicorns’ in ‘Capitol Hill’?
One C’est la Mort remix down…
April 19, 2010, 16:45 -05 by chris
Filed Under: Studio  Comments
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