“If you’re the type of person who listens to John Laws and likes Tony Abbott, you’re probably not fun enough to listen to Rock ‘n’ Roll anyway.”
Grohl concluded the show with, “I don’t want to say goodbye; I’m not that emotional. So this is what we say,” gearing up the chords to ‘Everlong’.
Superproducer/professional metaphorical fire stoker Emile Haynie didn’t just keep the blaze alive with his debut record We Fall; he let it embody him.
Nosediving into the realm of pop music, Purity Ring have worked their magic and crafted a record that is not only drenched in pop sensibility, but still has that subtle tinge of their innovative electronic craftsmanship that skyrocketed them to fame in 2012.
Now, as San Cisco accept their mortality and embrace the inevitability of adulthood, their sound on sophomore release Gracetown is reflective of that.
She might share her warnings of being put on a pedestal, but if anyone has to be there it should be Courtney Barnett.
Alison Wonderland is, above all else, in control.