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Before I head off for New Year’s
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Before I head off for New Year’s, another anniversary – tomorrow marks the first birthday of Elidor, NYLPM contributor Robin Carmody’s music’n’culture website. Which, obviously, comes highly recommended.
And it being the[…]

MY FAVOURITE SONGS OF 2000
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I’m sorry, other things got in the way and so here is – contrary to the new contributors’ guidelines – a list without commentary! Links are to the original reviews, where applicable. Unreviewed songs will hopefully get their d[…]

Three HipHop Moments
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Three HipHop Moments is an article by Ethan Padgett, a new Freaky Trigger contributor. I like it. If you want to contribute yourself, you can check out our brand new submission guidelines.[…]

So much diffidence and heartbreak
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So much diffidence and heartbreak: it’s the Make Out Club, a site for indie kids to get together and spawn. I found it kind of depressing – it’s what happens when you’ve got so many records that all your emotional responses ar[…]

Focus Group Write-In Votes
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Focus Group Write-In Votes: little by little we’re getting there.[…]

To Hell n’ Baxendale
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Scroll down a bit at dissing.org and you’ll find Sarah C‘s diss of pop propagandists Baxendale. Now, you might think reading this that FT would be right behind Baxendale, but the one track I heard by them seemed a bit, well, forced. Accor[…]

Maura on WPRB
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NYLPM contributor, AICON fall gal, and internet superstar Maura K Johnston will be DJing tonight, 6.30PM-10PM EST, on WPRB, which is some kind of communist indie rock station no doubt. It will be broadcast on the net, so if you’re in, listen. A[…]

Return Of The Loaf
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It touches slightly on the Magnetic Fields, but basically this is just to say for anyone who cares that A Loafer’s Discourse is back from its holidays too.[…]

My Favourite Album Of 2000
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My Favourite Album Of 2000 reviewed, by me, on FT.[…]

millie’s top 100 pop songs
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millie’s top 100 pop songs – well, not millie’s really, so much as the 250 or so (!!) people who voted in her alternative-to-Rolling-Stone poll, one of whom was me (and two of my choices got in). The main question I have is what is […]

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  1. I'm not sure those exist. Perhaps a better way to phrase it would be "Happy to see Cerebus discussed again,…

  2. Thanks for writing these. It's nice to see some critical re-examination of the significant virtues of Cerebus, now that Sim…

  3. That's interesting too - slight embarassment to admit I've never read Berserk, I guess because when I was initially getting…