Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, “Mirror Traffic” + Lindsey Buckingham, “Seeds We Sow”

Bit of a hack through the backlog today, beginning with a mild disappointment, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks’ “Mirror Traffic”.

Pulp: London Brixton Academy, August 31, 2011

It is hard not to be nostalgic on nights like this. About an NME night when Pulp were on the bottom of a bill headlined, I think, by Kingmaker. About the party for “OU” at the Leadmill, with a problematic balloon launch and a large papier mache head, and the party for “Do You Remember The First Time” at the ICA.
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