You know, this is pretty much exactly what you'd expect a Motörhead song to sound like this late in the game. Good for them for still going at it, I say.
This is the time of every year that “This is Just a Modern Rock Song” becomes my favorite Belle and Sebastian song. (Taking over from “Lazy Line Painter Jane” or “The Boy With the Arab Strap,” which rule at other times.) Because now that summer is all-but-technically kaput, and we can finally put the Great Shorts Debate behind us, at least for another seven or eight months, I most often find myself pulling on a pair of corduroy pants in the morning
"Do you think there could still be anything today for kids, teenagers growing up today that would have [the same impact as rock and roll at its beginning]? There will be, but we won't like it. And that's just as it should be." —If you have fifteen minutes you could do worse than watch this interview with Lemmy from Motörhead. If you can actually make out what he's saying it's all rather enjoyable.