Love-love this band. The new record, “Smote Reverser”, has some serious riffs and this video for “Enrique El Cobrador” is faaaaaar out.
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Sitting down for a long time isn’t magic. Neither is holding your breath.
This right here, with the cards and the vest and stuff? This is real magic. Eric Chien won the 2018 FISM Grand Prix with his Ribbon act. It’s a mind scrambler.
There is a little more grey hair than there used to be but they still kick.
That music they’re playing is called “rock and roll”.
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I’m on the record as anti-Pink Floyd. I find the songs that make heavy rotation on the radio to be insufferable and interminable. People I trust keep insisting that there is a lot of good music in that catalog and that I’m an ass for not checking it out. I’ve done some work on it and I came across this video from a 1971 recording they did of their song “Echoes”. It’s really good.
I’m still not a fan (and I’m damn-sure not getting any on my Classic Rock Playlist), but I’m willing to admit that I enjoy this performance of this song. There may be more to come.
Holy mackerel this is great.
Pre-hair-and-makeup Robert Smith is a damn handsome man and the band just *kills* this. I have to agree with the comments there at the bass line is the standout winner.
And, in a broader sense, I think people underrate The Cure as a band name. It’s gotta be top 50 All Time. And then that they had so many great songs? Damn.
I do enjoy a fun font.