Thursday, June 16, 2005

Fairy Busted

Quick note to the stupid "all your head girls are belong to us, aren't accidents, like, horrible" Gothamist people. Stop gurgling about stupid played out publicity shot ideas for stupid played out overhyped downtown bands. "Oooh, they wear fairy lights, on their shirts, just how creative is that?" About as creative as what top Scots-American pop-funksters Reno's Men were doing at Brownies back in 2000. With an audience of three drunks and a succession of baffled door staff. Still, no-one read Pitchfork back then, did they?

Sorry, that was probably completely unnecessary, but we're grouchy and jetlagged, and we really do find their tone way too earnest.

Sorry, Jen, been done before with much more panache.


At 1:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the lights.

At 1:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMG, it's like her best new favorite!

At 10:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't appreciate that. Aesthetics can be very important to a band's overall effect. Just look at Kelly Clarkson - who can take her seriously given how disproportionate her figure is?

At 11:36 AM, Blogger Gringcorp said...

Aesthetics ARE important. We're not Radiohead fans or anything. Which is why doing the same thing that another band already did is boring. And Gothamist could do with being a bit more cynical, rather than repeating their boring publicity shot AGAIN.

As for this Kelly Clarkson, I don't really recall what she looks like. Oh having googled her she looks pretty OK, except for slightly larger cheeks than I would think normal. No cutesome, I'll grant you, but no freak...


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