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2016 8 Okt

Bon Iver – „666 ʇ“

von: Manafonistas Abgelegt unter: Blog | TB | Tags:  5 Kommentare

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5 Kommentare

  1. Jochen:

    „Fuck the fashion of it, dear …“ – love that song.

  2. Lajla:

    sO gReaT

  3. Martina Weber:

    Fucking genius. Very intelligent and funny at the same time.

  4. Michael Engelbrecht:

    Finally a song video that doesn’t beg for hyper-3D-special effects, great visuals, but simply draws you inside. Inside of cryptic, weird, funny, dark, ambivalent, falling, zigzagging words. The space between words.

  5. Michael Engelbrecht:

    There’s a line deep in Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice wherein Doc, a small-time stoner-sleuth, considers the dissolution of the 1960s, wondering if the decade wasn’t merely “a little parenthesis of light, might close after all, and all be lost, taken back into darkness.”

    It’s a funny way to think about time – that an entire era can be nudged back into the ether, erased. But on 22, A Million, the extraordinary third full-length from Bon Iver, Justin Vernon echoes Doc’s somber pondering. These are fluttery, skeletal songs that struggle against known trajectories and then threaten to disappear entirely.
    – Amanda Perrusich, Pitchfork

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