"Sorta feel like I just looked behind the curtain of the Wizard of Oz finding out that Pitchfork isn’t some robot. Kinda feel inspired. Like me and my bros can start an organic indie music site, and eventually rise to prominence and ‘control the fucking scene’ while ‘rolling around in piles of cash.’ Might cancel my plans to start a chillwave buzzband and opt to build a blogspot."
Sounds like Carles is, once again, 'feeling it all around.' [Via Washed Out bro.]
In any case, the Time piece is perhaps more intriguing because, of all the record store co-owners in the country, the writer chose to interview Nashville's very own Doyle Davis of the venerable Grimey's. Perched alongside quotes from Beach House's Victoria Legrand and Atlanta rapper Big Boi, Davis briefly riffs on the correlation between a high Pitchfork rating and the interest Grimey's receives in the record that was lavished with praise. Following last week's Tennessean story on Nashville's healthy record store sales, in which Davis figured prominently, August has been a solid month in Grimey's PR department.