Indie Matt Carney
So what happens when you pair a couple of 1990s indie legends, setting
the one known for bizarro, folky hip-hop at the control panel, and the
one who famously dissed Smashing Pumpkins and Stone Temple Pilots behind
Watch Stephen Malkmus and co. rock a dirty, scenic NYC rooftop.
Easily one of my favorite songs from the current Stephen Malkmus album was the youthful, fed-up shouter “Tune Grief,” which gets the Pitchfork TV treatment today. There’s something really perfect about the graffiti-blasted rooftop and sunset, which matches Malkmus’s nonsense-spewing and teenaged attitude.
Also, I really want that super-cool Silver Jews hat that he’s rocking. Don’t forget to scroll through for a couple more tracks from this session, including “Forever 28” and “Senators.”