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You spend so many time in writing such a bullshit article? What kind of artificial link between dress code and music? eminem = great rapper, baggy pants...danny brown = great rapper, skinny jeans...so what?!
Richard Hell is NOT appearing in the CBGB festival. Your information is inaccurate. Hell hasn't done music gigs for 30 years, and he isn't appearing in any capacity for that festival.
Don't really see much diversity there...
you slay me, klingman
Typo- I meant to say Lady Lamb the Beekeeper-my bad AG
Ooh wee. good advice I plan to use. Not all of it but some of it. Thank you contributors.
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Nicely put for #1
Just curious. Did you pick these bands based on them having the worst names possible?
I like Ski Lodge. I'm disappointed Color War isn't on this list though.
Old Monk reminds me a lot of Diskothi-Q, to the point I didn't know how to feel at first, but I've decided to like it.
Plates of Cake's LP is a gem!
I see your comment and raise you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcttUQooVMY
Congrats to all the bands that made this list. The sad part is, nothing here sounds even remotely new...lacking any semblance of passion or urgency or even wanting to actually be doing what their doing. Half the bands sound bored...and in effect, bores the discerning listener. I find the honorable mentions section to actually have more interesting sounds than the gimmicky 8 that have been chosen. Let's face it, when it comes to these lists, NY underground music has been reduced to echoes...echoes of music that has already been brilliantly crafted in decades past, and now recycled and collaged so many times that nothings really even moving or inspiring. You'd think that's what the underground is all about, is breaking these norms but alas, the flavors seem to more or less be the same. So while it's commendable to make an annual list as locally esteemed as The L's Top 8, nothing here is like "WOW! That's fucking awesome! Who is this band?"
Robin Bacior- Northen California...not North Carolina
Daytona is awesome!!! And they're playing this Friday night at Death by Audio!!!
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