AGB In The New Yorker


 
This isn’t normally the kind of thing I post here, but it’s too big a deal for me to not share with you all. Sasha Frere-Jones at The New Yorker wrote about the best music stuff from 2011. He started out with a short Top 5 Lists list that included my Top 10 Drone Records alongside Pitchfork’s Top 40 Metal Albums, The Wire’s 2011 Rewind, The Quietus’ electronic & dance 12″s, and mega rap recs from Cocaine Blunts & Hip Hop Is Read. That’s some of the best company a guy could ask for.

So now that my career has peaked, I figured I could just shut down AGB and wait for the checks to roll in. Or, I could welcome all of the new people who are just now making their way over here via The New Yorker.

Hi everyone! Welcome to Anti-Gravity Bunny. I write about music I like, usually in the drone/noise range. I try to update as much as possible, and after this end-of-year break, 2012 should see lots of new shit. I look forward to it and hope you can find some new weird music that hits all the right buttons. In the meantime, assuming you’ve already checked out my favorites from 2011, poke around and let me know if you have any questions. I’ll just be right over here picking my jaw up off of the floor.

4 Responses to “AGB In The New Yorker”

  1. Very nicely done! A well-deserved mention, in my opinion.

  2. Stephane says:

    I follow your blog since almost a year, thanks to you I discovered some really awesome stuffs (and I spent too much money on records…)

    This information is kinda surprising, but congratulations !!

  3. Crawf says:

    DUDE!!! This rules so hard!!!

  4. Ryan says:

    Off to a great start I see.. That’s pretty damn awesome!
    Congratulations.

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