Five Songs, 5/16/2022
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Five Songs, 5/16/2022

Jan Jelinek, "Universal Band Silhouette"

Sounds like being slowly dipped in warm syrup.

Jean Grae & Quelle Chris, "Gold Purple Orange"

Goddamn, Jean Grae absolutely kills it on this track. Somehow, she always startles me when she comes in, and then my skull melts.

Dance Hall Crashers, "Beverly Kills"

A lot of the Dance Hall Crashers songs were really not super inspiring or anything. And really, the point of the band is just listen to the harmonies and vibe. Isn't that pleasant?

The Fall, "Spoilt Victorian Child"

Well, you listen to something like this, and you can certainly see why the curmudgeons were all complaining that the first Pavement record was just the Fall with the serial numbers filed off. I don't think that's really true, but there is for sure a thread running between the bands.

Prefuse 73, "It's Crowded"

Solid one today, let's call that good!

Joshua Buergel
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