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eddieclaiborne:

OCT045: FOXES IN FICTION - ONTARIO GOTHIC

"Ontario Gothic is an album comprised of seven songs dealing with individual instances of loss, grief and the process of healing over the five years following my younger brother’s death in 2008 and how I navigated life in the wake of that tragedy. It was recorded in Toronto and New York between fall 2011 and spring 2014."

Stream the full album now via Pitchfork Advance

Pre-order the 12” via Orchid Tapes

So good.

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It may be impossible to find a review of John Darnielle’s first novel, Wolf in White Van, that doesn’t explicitly bring up the Mountain Goats, the name of the songwriting project under whose name Darnielle has been releasing music for more than two decades. Though he has published before (a story formed around a Black Sabbath album released by 33 1/3), it’s only fair that it’s mentioned. The Mountain Goats is fairly popular and has a deeply devoted fan base populated by those who could probably go on and on about which songs resonate with them the most. But I’m afraid that this association will only result in one question: What drove Darnielle to write a novel, after years of almost exclusively making music? I hope Darnielle isn’t presented with this question too often, because it’s entirely beside the point.

I reviewed Wolf In White Van by John Darnielle (who’s also now on the NBA long list) for Everyday eBooks. 

It may be impossible to find a review of John Darnielle’s first novel, Wolf in White Van, that doesn’t explicitly bring up the Mountain Goats, the name of the songwriting project under whose name Darnielle has been releasing music for more than two decades. Though he has published before (a story formed around a Black Sabbath album released by 33 1/3), it’s only fair that it’s mentioned. The Mountain Goats is fairly popular and has a deeply devoted fan base populated by those who could probably go on and on about which songs resonate with them the most. But I’m afraid that this association will only result in one question: What drove Darnielle to write a novel, after years of almost exclusively making music? I hope Darnielle isn’t presented with this question too often, because it’s entirely beside the point.

I reviewed Wolf In White Van by John Darnielle (who’s also now on the NBA long list) for Everyday eBooks. 

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There’s some really good books coming out this September and I wrote about some of them.

There’s some really good books coming out this September and I wrote about some of them.

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Happy Birthday @biancarocksout check out my impressive dancing #danceyourwayto30

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mashable:

The Printed Internet brings his signature parodies to the Mashable Tumblr as Mashable’s inaugural guest blogger.

p.s. No interns were harmed in the making of this post.

Mashable paid Dan to make fun of them.

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(Source: spacegoth666, via kvlt-mane97)

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smallgirls:

This week’s episode of “What’re We Mad About And Why?” began when Jacobin’s Jennifer Pan wrote an articulate, considerate piece about the Public Relations, or “Pink Collar,” industry where 85 percent of those employed are women—mostly young women—working constantly to please both the clients…

Wrote a little thing about journalists who look down on people in PR. 

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pitbull:

Can you party to my rules?? 

pitbull:

Can you party to my rules?? 

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lintwists:

little 1 :::,-)

lintwists:

little 1 :::,-)

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the90swerentreal:

seriousjones:

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