people who say indie rock is slack music - C or D?

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"labels are for cans dude"

j blount (papa la bas), Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:37 (fifteen years ago) link

Well, it's no active rock.

Jordan (Jordan), Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:40 (fifteen years ago) link

even let's active?

hstencil (hstencil), Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:42 (fifteen years ago) link

http://www.weeblackskelf.co.uk/cordsuit/img/photos/lying.jpg

Silver Jews ringleader David Berman knows his fans are counting on him to wake up and finish his new record, but he's feeling too lazy today. "Maybe later," says Berman, rolling over to his side. "Must sleep now."

ath, Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:47 (fifteen years ago) link

There's no need to post the Pennywise suicide photos, ath.

Dom Passantino (Dom Passantino), Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:48 (fifteen years ago) link

To be followed by "People who say dancehall is slack music--c or d?"

Hunter (Hunter), Thursday, 28 April 2005 21:58 (fifteen years ago) link

Ferris Bueller's bedroom wall did have Killing Joke, the Damned, Brian Ferry, and Cabaret Voltaire posters.

Let's spend 100 posts dissecting this piece of trivia and what it means in the grand scheme of things.

Cunga (Cunga), Thursday, 28 April 2005 23:08 (fifteen years ago) link

bob pollard must be one of the least slack musicians there is

shine headlights on me (electricsound), Thursday, 28 April 2005 23:24 (fifteen years ago) link

fifteen years pass...

“Slack music”??????

Canon in Deez (silby), Saturday, 20 February 2021 18:51 (two weeks ago) link

music for ppl who wear wack slacks

Left, Saturday, 20 February 2021 20:14 (two weeks ago) link

Issued as a 7-inch single in April 1990, "Slack Motherfucker" rapidly became one of the band's best-known songs. It has been credited with popularizing the "slacker" stereotype, and as a blueprint for future indie rock music.

Adoration of the Mogwai (Deflatormouse), Saturday, 20 February 2021 21:31 (two weeks ago) link

Slacker (1990)

Disturbed Young Man (With a Tan)
Written and Performed by Keith McCormack
White Walls
Words by Scott Marcus
Music by Glass Eye
Performed by Glass Eye
Courtesy of Bar None Records and Vomit Creek Publishing
Lackluster
Written and Performed by Poi Dog Pondering
Courtesy of CBS Records
Bills
Written and Performed by Bad Mutha Goose
Courtesy of Alpha International Records
Big Business Monkey
Written and Performed by Daniel Johnston
Courtesy of Homestead Records
Lula's Bar & Pool
Written and Performed by Shoulders
Courtesy of Kasslett Music
Seven Song
Written and Performed by Stick People
Courtesy of CBS Music
Jesus Is Coming Soon (To a Theatre Near You)
Written and Performed by Jean Caffeine
Brand New Day
Written and Performed by The Hickoids
Colored F.B.I. Guy
Written and Performed by Butthole Surfers (as The Butthole Surfers)
Courtesy of Latino Bugger Veil Music
America's King
Written and Performed by Triangle Mallet Apron
Brothers Grimm
Written and Performed by Triangle Mallet Apron
White Bread
Written by Michael Chester
Performed by Not For Sale
Little Black Sunrise
Written and Performed by Texas Instruments (as 'The Texas Instruments')
Courtesy of Longhead Music/Rockvillage Music
Killer Rockers
Written by Brent Bingamon
Performed by Pocket Fisherman
Charlie
Written and Performed by Crust
They'll Love You For It
Written and Performed by Crust
Sedrick
Written and Performed by Ed Hall
Courtesy of Boner Records
Ventricular Refibulation
Written and Performed by The Jackofficers
Courtesy of Latino Bugger Veil Music
Aphrodite
Written by Lynn Keller / St. Cecilia
Performed by St. Cecilia
Fight It Out
Written by Jim Roche
From his spoken word album "Learning To Count"
Performed in the movie by Kendall Smith
Courtesy of Jim Roche
Die Graskop Polka
Written by Nico Carstens
Full Keel Music Co., on behalf of Shisa Intl.
Courtesy of Larry Hall/Harry Maselow (Strand Records)
Strangers Die Everyday
Written and Performed by Butthole Surfers (as The Butthole Surfers)
Courtesy of Latino Bugger Veil Music
Skokiaan
(uncredited)
Written by August Msarurgwa, Tom Glazer
Under License from Shapiro, Bernstain & Co., Inc.
Performed by Horst Wende & His Orchestra from the 1958 album "Africana"
Played at the end, as the camera is thrown from the edge of a cliff.
The track on the movie soundtrack has been speeded up, compared with the original's time of 3:12 it comes in at about 2:30, giving it greater punch and urgency.

stuck in the version layer (morrisp), Saturday, 20 February 2021 21:46 (two weeks ago) link

RYM recently re-categorized 'Lo-fi' as 'Slacker' rock & I hate it, & it gets me mad. There's a lot of hard working DYI artists thrown in under the category, & as much I dig Subgenius mythology, I take it as a derogatory term when used about musicians.

BlackIronPrison, Saturday, 20 February 2021 23:03 (two weeks ago) link

“I’m not working for you”

calstars, Saturday, 20 February 2021 23:05 (two weeks ago) link

as a slacker I also find it offensive since no true slacker could manage to put these kinds of projects together and stick with them

Left, Sunday, 21 February 2021 00:13 (two weeks ago) link

Slacker life goals:
- write and mail a letter
- open a savings account or something
- reach out to that guy

calstars, Sunday, 21 February 2021 00:17 (two weeks ago) link

is there a cliff notes

Left, Sunday, 21 February 2021 00:23 (two weeks ago) link

Tbf, "Slack Motherfucker" is an explicitly anti-slacker song.

to party with our demons (Sund4r), Sunday, 21 February 2021 02:05 (two weeks ago) link

^this our mini-generation’s “Born in the USA” controversy

stuck in the version layer (morrisp), Sunday, 21 February 2021 02:33 (two weeks ago) link

“Slack Motherfucker” is ‘if you’ve got time to lean, you’ve got time to clean’ with a distortion pedal.

Joe Biden Stan Account (milo z), Sunday, 21 February 2021 03:20 (two weeks ago) link

always thought it was explicitly about having a lazy boss, not a shitty co-worker

stimmy stimmy yah (Simon H.), Monday, 22 February 2021 14:13 (two weeks ago) link

it's about a motherfucker

a (waterface), Monday, 22 February 2021 14:20 (two weeks ago) link

Spin described it as being about the "lazy oaf with whom Mac McCaughan shared the night shift at Kinko's" and quoted him that it was about the "freak [ he ] work[ ed ] with at Kinko's" on p 54 here: https://books.google.ca/books?id=yqmlNOuYQdEC&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

to party with our demons (Sund4r), Monday, 22 February 2021 14:31 (two weeks ago) link


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