Tom Hines Despite their synthy, somewhat retro sound, Brooklyn pop duo…
- Posted on Jul 3rd 2012 1:00PM by Cameron Matthews
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Float Trip! Jeff the Brotherhood's new video for "Sixpack" features a couple of scantily clad, scuzzy country folk just floatin' on down a hot Tennessee river. Oh, and there's a couple penis shots, so don't watch this next to your boss. [Stereogum]
The Beach Boys have had plenty of internal problems throughout their storied history, so let's read about their influence on politics, and their ties to the Romney campaign. [New York Times]
Iggy Pop's recent interview with Andrew Goldman is, for lack of a better word, fantastic. Read him talk about his relationship with his penis and accuse the Clash of being insincere punks. [New York Times]
Are they or aren't they? The Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr.'s Dad (yes, that's right) has told NME (haha) that the band is definitely recording a follow-up to Angles. [NME]
Still care about Blur, even though Damon Albarn consistently toys with your fragile heart? Then check out the band's newest song "Under the Westway."
We can't end this post with a couple of Brits! So may we reintroduce you to a true American hero, Father John Misty covering the Flaming Lips' "Do You Realize." Happy birthday, U.S.A.!