MUSIC > WEEK'S WORST

By Chris Parker

Week's Worst: Duncan Sheik / The Watson Twins

No matter how expensive the tools on your workbench, it doesn’t make you a mechanic. By the same token, the Watson Twins and Duncan Sheik may be talented musicians but they’re hardly artists. Both have displayed a load of promise without ever elevating their craft.

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Posted Jun. 8, 2011 | Comments: 2

MUSIC > WEEK'S WORST

By Chris Parker

Week's Worst: Thirty Seconds to Mars / Further Seems Forever

Call it 30 Seconds Seems Forever since that’s the listening experience. It’s Barney for rockers—the most sentimental, formulaic overproduced crap since Bennifer made Gigli.

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Posted Apr. 27, 2011 | Comments: 2

MUSIC > WEEK'S WORST

By Andrew Rooney

Week's Worst: Dan Deacon + Lightning Bolt

Why, I often ask myself, do today’s youth prefer such hyper music? After my two minutes of work each week, I prefer a Bach violin concerto. Given the warp-speed pace of postmodern living, you’d expect our overstimulated youngsters to seek solace in more contemplative entertainment. The fact that Dan Deacon is constantly referred to as a “Wham City weirdo” is enough to keep me away from tonight’s concert.

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Posted Apr. 20, 2011 | Comments: 8

MUSIC > WEEK'S WORST

By Chris Parker

Week's Worst: Beach House

Indie kids harbor this delusion that their shit don’t stink, but champion as many steaming loafs as punks and hard rockers.

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Posted Feb. 23, 2011 | Comments: 9

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It’s safe to say that Benjamin Franklin is Philadelphia’s most renowned adopted son. While born in Boston, good ol’ BF has done more for this city than he’s given crdit. Sure, the discovery of electricity and the invention of bifocals were important in their own right. But it is the driving force of curiosity that [...]