Japandroids, The Men, and other Pitchfork 2012 artists play "would you rather"
Famous musicians are not only usually pretty good at playing their own songs, but they’re more often than not pretty good at talking about other peoples’ songs, too. The A.V. Club toted its trusty video camera to the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival last weekend to ask a bunch of sweaty musicians one big question about other peoples’ songs: Would you rather never hear music again or only hear one song for the rest of your life?
More Odds And Sods 2012
- Undercover: The Pilot (Headlights cover XTC) and announcing Holiday Undercover!
- See the video for The Felice Brothers' "Ponzi"
- Crooked Fingers: "Your Apocalypse"
- Crooked Fingers: "Bad Blood"
- Reader Meets Author: Patton Oswalt
- World premiere: a new Crooked Fingers video
- A video quilt of whimsical Wes Anderson accessories
- Japandroids, The Men, and other Pitchfork 2012 artists play "would you rather"
- Exclusive video: Neil Hamburger gives Mark Eitzel career advice
- Happy Endings' ah-mah-zing future
- Here's an exclusive Angry Boys scene
- Exclusive: Crooked Fingers' new "Bad Blood" video was inspired by Van Halen
- Exclusive: Behind the scenes of Sleepwalk With Me
- Here's Patrick Stewart pimping his live-action and animation guest spot on American Dad