Loose Ends


It took me a lot longer than I’d expected to do that list, but I’m glad I did it. I know some people followed it, and some people skimmed, and that’s cool, but mainly it’s a photograph of 2007 musically, taken from inside my head. So when I’m gnarled and old and rediscovering Web 2.0 from the world of Web 11.5, I think it’ll remind me pretty much of how I was thinking.

It also gave me a reason to properly listen to the 25 best albums of the year. Some of them I hadn’t listened to since the first few months of 2007, some I only started listening to a few days before I made the first list. The order is as I thought it up at the start of December. If I was to do it again, Sunset Rubdown would be a lot, lot higher, and a couple of other things would move around.

A few links for your perusal:

  • Quotes were taken from the Radiohead interview I did for that magazine and put in stories for Pitchfork and NME.com. NME didn’t even link to the website, fuckers.
  • I can’t think of other things to link to.

If I don’t post again for a while, forgive me. Between the magazine agus an diabhal liosta sin, my mind is empty of muso sentence constructions. Then again, I’ll have nothing to do in a while and I’ll end up writing half a novel about something shit. We’ll see.

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One response to “Loose Ends

  1. Hah, pitchfork linking to analogue. Thats super. ‘Twas a great interview. Considering the amount of web traffic both pitchfork and anything radiohead related I’d say analogue are getting a lot of interest.

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