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AHHHH-- cannot wait for Northside!!!
Good times at The Liberty. Incredibly good times.
Suggesting Hot 97 is where one looks to find the direction of hip hop is like saying the innovators in indie rock are Moe and Guster cause they play more colleges than anyone else. The point is the relative popularity of innovative hip hop, Kanye, Big Boi, etc. is on the upswing and this points to more exciting and risky things happening in that space. Whereas in the last few years there had been tremendous innovation in indie rock with new bands exploding in popularity with new and unpredictable sound. Right now the emerging trends are more conservative (rehashed garage rock, reflexive punk, etc). I'd love to hear you addressing the hip hop he's referring to instead of crap that he's obviously not.
Pretty cool. Dash Snow speaks from beyond... spooky.
labkeith-- dressing like a group you identify does not in any way preclude someone from "being themself." I mean, do you need to where a hoola hoop on your head to be an individual. More likely they identify with a group that-- whether you agree with them or not-- values fashion, iconoclasts, art, etc more highly than most people. If you think that group is also pretentious, trendy, etc. that would be pretty consistent with their values. Doesn't mean they are not also individuals. Also, what exactly is the fashion of hipsters? There is so much variety in hipster fashion. I mean-- go to Bedford on a Saturday afternoon. You might dislike the vibe-- but there's sure as hell not some monolithic fashion.
Everyone actually does look bored. These photos are so hysterical. The world is as it should be. I love you NYC.
I grew up too soon. must get back to parties like this.
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