Musical Yes & No

Yes: Toro y Moi, “Leave Everywhere.” Timely, yet strangely timeless, cross between garage punk and Motown chamber pop — by this South Carolinian coolguy.

No: Kanye West, “Power.” That cover art — a Demoiselles D’Avignon for our time — tells you everything you need to know. Black Power cannibalized by Celebrity Power.


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  1. Michael Labeit

    Kanye is a commercial hack


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