Drowned In Sound: Does My Enjoyment Of blink-182 Make Me A Bad Feminist?
Sammy Maine penned a column for Drowned In Sound surrounding the idea of how blink-182 plays into feminism for feminists. What do you think? A lyric like “I need a girl that I can train” is front and center on one end while Tom DeLonge’s continual support of Keep A Breast is on the other.
blnk-182 Promise To Hit The Studio By End Of 2014
“You’re constantly fighting with yourself not use the societal rules that you’ve learned, right? Sometimes you’ll find yourself being a fucking asshole, holding up women – or men – to different standards because of their gender. It’s about recognising the really subtle differences, and figuring out how to name those, and jump over them.”
Keaton Henson has created this amazing playlist for us ahead of his sold-out performance at Queen Elizabeth Hall on Monday as part of Meltdown curated by James Lavelle.
Here’s big DiS exclusive for you, ahead of this weekend’s Record Store Day.
Damon Albarn's debut solo album is coming out in a few weeks, and ahead of the release he's putting out a single for Record Store Day. Here we have that single 'Hollow Ponds', remixed by Remi Kabaka, the founder of the Gorillaz Sound System and member of Africa Express collective. Read more…
Our work-in-progress April ‘14 playlist, for when you get a minute this weekend. Requests welcomed.
EMA – Neuromancer
Owen Pallett – The Riverbed
Damon Albarn – Lonely Press Play
Glass Animals – Gooey
White Hinterland – No Devotion
Trust – Capitol
Douglas Dare – Lungful
Mica Levi – Love
Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks – Strange Colores
Tune-Yards – Water Fountain
School Of Language – Between the Suburbs
The Horrors – I See You
Pixies – Indie Cindy
Conor Oberst – Hundreds of Ways
My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death
March’s best of the month playlist is up on DiS. Maybe the indie-rockest one for a few years. http://bit.ly/MarcDiS