Some #longreads while you contemplate how a newspaper can bungle a headline so badly…
It has been a busy week for new releases, and one of the albums we here at Rust Is Just Right have been enjoying this week has been Speedy Ortiz’s latest record. Before you check out our review of Foil Deer next week, it probably would be a good idea to read up on the extensive profile that Pitchfork published yesterday.
This has been a busy spring for new music, and it is not going to let up any time soon. One of the big upcoming releases that we have mentioned before is My Morning Jacket’s The Waterfall, which will be hitting stores in less than two weeks. Rolling Stone talks to the band about the recording of the new album.
Deadspin has a short piece introducing readers to the site that takes a satirical look at the punk scene, The Hard Times.
The AV Club has a piece that dissects how the Wu-Tang Clan defied conventional thinking in the way the group was able to release several successful solo albums from its members.
Finally, The New Yorker has a detailed and fascinating look at the mechanics of the early days of music piracy, which serves as an excellent complement to this Pitchfork examination of how the economics of music have evolved over the years.