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A love letter to Dave Grohl

Dear Dave,

First off, I would like to thank you for looking equally majestic with long hair as you do with short hair. Its just uncanny the level of intensity and warmth that you supply, whether sporting the simple soul patch or the full goatee. Similar to your musical endeavors, it’s nearly impossible to provide anything mediocre. Also Nirvana was decent, I guess.

Now that I got the more embarrassing side of the laundry list of praising I have out of the way, I’d like to move onto recognizing your latest project, the album/documentary series Sonic Highways.

Here’s the thing, David. Can I call you David? Great, I feel like we’re on that level too. Anyways, to put it bluntly, I think the documentary series is the greatest thing created since heated bathroom floors. Actually, fuck it. It’s better.

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4/24: An acoustic guitar and his brilliant followers

The High Road- White Denim (Last Day of Summer-2012)


This indie outfit combines a catastrophic blend of garage, pop, and psychedelic arrangements to produce a sound that is only possible with each band member’s level of talent. Starting my personal favorite record of theirs, “The High Road” is magnetic, in the sense that after one listen the melodies stick and don’t stray away.

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