as we near the official announcement, the annual coachella lineup guessing game is upon us and the internet-o-sphere has already taken to predicting the lineup based on bubbling rumors, tour schedules, album releases, iphone coming to verizon, myspace laying off employees, and statistics from past coachellas.
so as a member of the elite music blogging community, i too will construct a coachella 2k11 lineup consisting of totally uneducated guesses, wishlist rubbish, and past coachella participation factors. i have made sure to include some shitty acts since every year there are tons of barf worthy artists on the bill.
here is the brutal hipster coachella 2k11 lineup in no particular order…
katy goodman‘s new group la sera were recently invited by multinational apple product accessory maker corporation, incase, to jingle some new jangles in some hip new studio (funded by said corporation) called room 205.
after a bunch of arguing, miscommunication, and failed attempts at being funny, the band finally get their shit together and play a sweet new song called “devils hearts grow gold”.
as a blog, its probably an important idea to do one of those year-end lists because youre not a legitimate blog without some ridiculous list that only serves to arbitrarily bookend a measurement of time. and since im new to blogging, i really want to be legit. so aboard the bandwagon i go…
here are my 14 fave mp3s of 2010 in half-assed countdown order as determined by my brutal and hip senses. was gonna do top 100 but a bunch of other shitty blogs already pulled that include-everything stunt. i wont stoop.
in brief, 2010 was all about kanye west because its always about him. but brutal hipster is not about kanye so here are my brutal faves sans kanye (with accompanying song in ipad-friendly video format). Continue reading →
a band that has captured my brutal senses this year by the name of active child has released a music video for the lead track off their curtis lane ep, “im in your church at night”. its a somewhat odd and borderline creepy video because apparently creepy videos are in season (see klaxons, la sera, …).
despite declaring their presence in ur church at night, it seems that church is where active child spend all of their time based on their choir-influenced, electronic-tinged mood music. curtis lane is a pretty outstanding collection of six choir-core pop tunes fit for eclectic cool dads and faithful hipsters.
la sera‘s music video for their delightful “never come around” song just (sorta) hit the intertubes and its a gory, cannibal corpse-ified fun video thats just in time for halloween. also, katy goodman should change last name to hateman.