Patient is one Bobby B. Quick-witted, melodic, popular in high school thanks to long hair and witticisms, patient exhibited negligible signs of neurotic disorder until his mid-twenties. Unable to ascertain from babbling what caused the acute case of Roky Barrettius Wilsomnia that's riddled his mind.
Motor functions are normal, he responds well to social input from friends; patient's cunctation causes him to slur each utterance of simplistic and pseudo-spiritual rhymes like "I saw a glimmer Imitation of George Harrison, bending note for note on "All Right" a possibility. Echopraxia and palipraxia continue throughout.
Am I becoming too much of an old fuddy duddy to know what good music is! Am I no longer cool! Was I ever cool? Do I need more auto tune? Do cool people even know what fuddy duddy means? Pitchfork has risen in my estimation over the course of the last few years. It's almost like a different site entirely. It's always been a decent avenue for finding the kind of new music that I might like, but I can actually read the reviews now without getting worked up into a teeth-gnashing rage.
The reviews used to make the site almost completely unreadable, though. It's not that they give a lot of albums I like bad reviews they did, and still do. It's that the writing itself was uniformly smug, arrogant, meandering, incoherent, and poorly-edited.
Their site's down right now, but what I have in mind as a good example is their review of Wire's album Send. When their latest album came out recently Red Barked Tree, which is phenomenal btw , I looked over a few of their older reviews on Pitchfork.
Send's review is appalling. Then there's a throwaway two paragraphs about the music itself near the end, almost as an afterthought. It's as if the author was too busy marveling at his own cleverness and knowledge of music history to actually, y'know, talk about the CD.
WickedPissah, I'm definitely not a music critic and I intentionally try to avoid analyzing music in the Pitchfork let's-label-everything method. But I thought the new Kanye West was damn good, and I'm no huge fan of hip hop. Give it a few more listens. I also agree with the sentiment that it is the utterly pretentious to assign music a score based on a point scale. Goodbye Lala, we'll miss you! Add artwork. Length 14 tracks, Release Date Related Tags nix mistagged i luv indie singer-songwriter Add tags View all tags.
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