What is this Pitchfork writer smoking? The news section has taken even more of a dive in recent months, with a heavy editorial bent that's usually pretty terrible. But here she talks about the Crookers remix of Kid Cudi's "Day 'n' Night."
"It's been interesting to gauge the differences in the fan reaction-- there's apparently more than an ocean between the U.S. and the UK. The heavy club sound that makes the remix so popular with Brits has much less resonance Stateside."

It's been interesting? How have you gauged this? Because it was almost a year ago where it was literally impossible for me to hear a DJ set - right here, in the U.S. - without this track in it. I got really, really sick of it. And people were still always into the bass sound. So I have no idea what you are talking about.

Pointless but still frustrating.

1 comment:

terroreid said...

haha pitchfork is still posting all the same shit they were into a few years ago. looks like their "great taste brand" has become old and foagie