I am fascinated by how American Premier League fans identify a rooting interest. Free of such obligations as a “local” team to support, the stories are most often full of wonder. The product of a chance exchange student experience in Leicester or a random relative hailing from Stoke.
timetoteleport said: you’re basically the only music writer i want to read at this point so go for it
let’s be real, i’ll write it, but my time would def be better spent writing about shinsuke nakamura’s g1 climax match
i won’t do the latter though
"Well, here we are, at the lighthouse." It had been a wonderful day, walking to the lighthouse.
- “To The Lighthouse,” Virginia Woolf
i have thoughts about the pitchfork review of never hungover again and i’m gonna end up writing criticism of criticism again and ughhhhh (it’s a pretty good review and ian cohen and I enjoy the same music a lot but holy shit he comes at “my” punk music from the weirdest angles)
Finally got around to putting up some posters, because my walls are hella bare. The japandroids one is awkward cause I thought I had something to go next to it but I can’t be bothered to move it.
Also, that top right poster brings back a ton of good memories. Dan me to go by basically saying “I think you’ll like the Menzingers.” It was my first punk show at CCAS, and it basically completely changed the way I think about music and the industry in general. Seriously a life changing moment for me. So good on you dan
e: seriously, look at that bill. beyond Dead End Path (lol) every single one of those bands can pack a good sized club now. only 3 years ago they were all playing a repurposed garage on fuckin’ Maryland Avenue. life’s weird.
i’ve played way too much dota at this point, but i just rediscovered this song today. it is a revelation