It must be Friday, because I’m exhausted and I’ve spent the afternoon listening to music instead of doing anything remotely productive. Too bad I have to work tomorrow.
At any rate, my afternoon of aimless music listening did manage to turn up one interesting thing: The War on Drugs, the band. There’s something Dylanish about these guys, but filtered through a more layered, shambling, contemporary sensibility. It’s sort of like if Devendra Banhart listened to a lot of The Band instead of a lot of Marc Bolan. Actually, that’s a pretty terrible comparison, but the point is that the music has tendencies towards both the