“If Slayer wanted to do a split 7” I wouldn’t be opposed. I have some of that metal geek in me to the point where I will probably make a heavy EP, but I’d still release it under the St Vincent name. I feel that the metal communities and the indie communities are disparate enough that I could just introduce myself as St Vincent to the metal scene. I’m just going to meld it to the point there’ll be people saying, ‘Oh! I thought St Vincent was a metal band?’.”—Annie Clark, Rip It Up Interview: St. Vincent (via fuckyeahstvincent)
“I know that for me when I was growing up and having my mum to drive me in the minivan to CD World where all of the coolest burnouts worked, and I was getting into records from Nick Cave, Zappa, PJ Harvey – stuff that I’d seen or heard on 120 Minutes or whatever – if I instantly liked a record, I knew I wouldn’t like a record for long, whereas if I didn’t like a record when I first heard it I would probably end up loving it. There’s something about a record that you don’t like when you first listen to it that makes you go ‘What is this? I can’t work this out? I don’t like it!’ But there’s something compelling about that and it draws you back in.” - Annie Clark via Drowned In Sound
let’s get a silver bullet trailer and have a baby boy i’ll safety pin his clothes all cool and you’ll graffiti up his toys i’ve got a perfect body but sometimes i forget i’ve got a perfect body ‘cause my eyelashes catch my sweat yes, they do
hours of driving with a playlist i will have perfected by then and hopefully nice weather and a couple days of exploring THE coolest city with good company and mellow mushroom pizza PLUS david bazan in. a. living. room.
Andy Hull has been a busy man over the past few years with Manchester Orchestra and Bad Books, but fans have been waiting for a new and final Right Away, Great Captain! album since 2008. Don’t worry, The Church Of The Good Thief is just about here. PropertyOfZack is truly honored to be teaming up with Andy in a big way for this album, and we’re kicking it off with part of an interview that we recently did together where Andy discusses the story of the final RA,GC! record. Check it out below and tune in soon for album details and much more!